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Which statement describes a SIME 2003 limitation?
The SIME backup/recovery server must not be a domain controller
Supports Microsoft Windows 2003 Server Enterprise Edition
SupportsNavisphere revision 6.6
Supports Flare Release 12 and 13
Your customer has a Symmetrix DMX 1000 and wants to implement ILM. To get started on ILM, your customer bought a CLARiiON CX500 with SAN Copy. Some systems have to be offloaded from the Symmetrix to the CLARiiON using SAN Copy. With the migration of the first system, the Symmetrix devices cannot be selected as a SAN Copy source. Which steps must be taken to correct the problem?
Check SP error log, Verify cabling, verify zoning, the initiator has logged in, verify LUN masking, verify volume mapping, verifyNavisphere agent on the host connected to the Symmetrix, verify the portal configuration in Navisphere
Check SP error log, verify cabling, verify zoning, the initiator has logged in, verify LUN masking, verify volume mapping, verifyNavisphere
agent on the host connected to the CLARiiON, verify the portal configuration in Navisphere
Verify cabling, verify zoning, the initiator has logged in, verify LUN masking, verify volume mapping, verifyNavisphere agent on the host connected to the Symmetrix, verify the portal configuration in Navisphere
Verify cabling, verify zoning, the initiator has logged in, verify LUN masking, verify volume mapping, verifyNavisphere agent on the host connected to the CLARiiON, verify the portal configuration in Navisphere
XYZ Corporation has been using a CLARiiON to support the data requirements on its Windows 2000 File and Print Cluster. XYZ has just decided that it would create a more flexible environment if the servers booted from SAN. What will XYZ need to do to create a supported boot-from-SAN Windows 2000 Cluster environment?
Add two new HBAs, add them to the existing Storage Group, create boot LUNs, add them to the existing Storage Group and mirror the System and Boot Partitions to the new LUNs
Add two new HBAs, manually register them, add them to a new Storage Group, create boot LUNs, add them to the new Storage Group and mirror the System and Boot Partitions to the new LUNs
Create boot LUNs, add them to the existing Storage Group and mirror the System and Boot Partitions to the new LUNs
Expand the existing LUNs and use the additional space to mirror the System and Boot Partitions
A Win2000 host is connected by a SAN to a CX500. Navisphere is reporting the correct hostname but gives a private network IP address for the host. How can the IP address be changed?
Create an agentID.txt file
Edit the navimon.cfg file
Create a registry key forHostID
Edit theagent.config file
Data Corp Solutions needs a remote replication Exchange Solution. Currently the company is supporting 800 users and are expected to grow to 1600 users by next year. Four Storage Groups will be used to manage the user mailboxes. RPO is 20 minutes and the sites are five miles apart connected by two T1 connections. Which solution would best fit its requirement?
Create an Incremental SAN Copy solution dividing their LUNs between SPA and SPB, starting copies at 20 minute intervals
Create aMirrorView/S solution dividing their LUNs between SPA and SPB using Consistency Groups
Create aMirrorView/S solution placing all LUNs for an Exchange Storage Group on either SPA or SPB
Create aMirrorView/A solution using Consistency Groups. Set the update interval to 10 minutes
With write cache enabled, when will RAID 1/0 perform better than RAID 5?
Small random writes
MMD Shipping uses MirrorView/A to replicate its primary production environment. Recently MMD has been experiencing longer data transmission times for unknown reasons. The customer suspects something may have caused the problem when it recently modified the update characteristics of the production application. What is the most likely cause of the problem?
Insufficient array performance
Poor report query design
Low write locality of the application
Insufficient network bandwidth
You have a Windows 2003 64 Bit Server with a new 200GB LUN. Windows has written a signature on the disk, but no data has been written to the disk. The customer has been using SnapView Snapshots, but now wants to use clones. What is the recommended way to setup a clone for this LUN?
Create a Block equivalent 200GB LUN on a different RAID group and create Clone Group with source and target LUN with all default setting
Create a 200GB LUN on a different RAID group and create a Clone Group with source and target LUNs with "Initial Sync Required" unchecked
Create and allocate CPL, create a 200GB LUN on a different RAID group, and create a Clone Group with source and target LUNs with "Quiesce Threshold" set to 120
Create and allocate CPL, create a 200GB LUN on a different RAID group, and create a Clone Group with source and target LUNs with all default settings
LBC Ltd has implemented a Disaster Recovery solution between sites A and B, 20 km apart. The company has 30 LUNs mirrored with synchronous MirrorView. It recently had several power interruptions on the primary site, and is concerned about lengthy mirror resynchronization. You explained the function of the Write Intent Log (WIL), and the customer wishes to use the WIL with all 30 mirrors. You run Analyzer during a period of moderate activity, and notice that the 30 LUNs average 200 IOPs each. What is your advice to the customer?
Use the Write Intent Log for all 30 Mirrors to maximize protection
Add two extra LUNs to the Write Intent Log and use it for all 30 Mirrors
Use the Write Intent Log for the 10 largest Mirrors only
Use the Write Intent Log for the 10 smallest Mirrors only
XYZ Corp will implement a new CX array into its existing enterprise SAN for 35 Windows servers. Each server will have one 150GB LUN. Ten of the servers require a full local replica. Also, all of the servers will have full remote replicas sent over to a DR site, and they will be updated every night. What will be the configuration?
One CX700 at the production site, one CX300 at the DR site, SAN Copy andSnapView
One CX500 at the production site, one CX300 at the DR site,MirrorView and SnapView
One CX300 at the production site, one CX300 at the DR site, SAN Copy andSnapView
One CX500 at the production site, one CX500 at the DR site,MirrorView and SnapView
A customer is running a high utilization Microsoft File Server connected to a SAN with Dual HBAs. This server needs to be backed up to a SAN attached tape library. The customer is running the required software to do the SAN backups. However, the customer is concerned about performance while backing up the data. Which two  immediate solutions can be proposed?
Perform a Disk based backup
Add a third HBA and zone it with the SAN tape library
Use Clones as the backup source
Use direct attached tape based backup
Backup the data over the LAN
Navisphere response at the Management Station is slow at CC Corp. The network administrators have set the LAN switch ports to 100FD. How can Navisphere response be improved?
Ask the network administrator to set the LAN switch port to 100HD
Set the LAN port SPA and SPB to 100FD
Install the latest version of Java JRE on the Management Station
Decrease theNavisphere Agent Poll Rate on the Management Station
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E20-850 CLARiiON Solutions Expert Exam for Implementation Engineers
~ 66 Questions
Expert Exam E20-850
This exam is a qualifying exam for the EMC Implementation Engineer – CLARiiON Solutions Expert track.
This exam focuses on ensuring that the successful candidate can implement local and remote data replication solutions in heterogeneous open systems CLARiiON environments,
can analyze and tune CLARiiON performance and can integrate Microsoft Exchange 2010 or Microsoft SQL Server 2008 for point-in-time data recovery.
This exam includes a common set of questions that all candidates will receive as well as questions that focus on Microsoft Exchange 2010 or Microsoft SQL Server 2008 for point-in-time data recovery. Only one of these focuses is required to complete the exam.
EMC provides free practice tests to assess your knowledge in preparation for the exam. Practice tests allow you to become familiar with the topics and question types you will find on the proctored exam. Your results on a practice test offer one indication of how
prepared you are for the proctored exam and can highlight topics on which you need to study and train further. A passing score on the practice test does not guarantee a passing score on the certification exam.
Products likely to be referred to on this exam include but are not limited to:
CLARiiON CX-4 Series arrays
FLARE Operating Environment Rel 30
Replication Manager Version 5.3
SnapView Snapshots and Clones
Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft Exchange 2010
Topics likely to be covered on this exam include:
Managing CLARiiON Storage Systems with Unisphere
Managing CLARiiON domains and storage objects, including RAID groups, LUNs, and storage groups
Managing and configuring Unisphere Quality of Service Manager (QoS) Managing SnapView snapshots and SnapView clones
Hopkinton Massachusetts 01748-9103
Managing operations on host systems running PowerPath
Managing metaLUNs, LUN migration, thick LUNs, thin LUNs FAST and FAST Cache
Configuring SAN Copy objects, MirrorView Consistency Groups, MirrorView/A, and MirrorView/S
Configuring and testing FCIP and iFCP connectivity
Managing CLARiiON Storage Systems with Navisphere Secure CLI
Managing storage objects
Managing metaLUNs, LUN migration, thick LUNs, thin LUNs FAST and FAST Cache
Managing SAN Copy objects
Managing MirrorView/A and MirrorView/S
Managing SnapView snapshots and clones
Troubleshooting Basic CLARiiON Faults
Troubleshooting basic CLARiiON faults
Using Event Monitor to troubleshoot errors
Retrieving CLARiiON fault status with Navisphere Secure CLI
Using SP Event Logs for troubleshooting
Analyzing CLARiiON Performance Problems
Using monitoring tools such as Unisphere Analyzer and host-based tools to analyze performance issues
Environment-related issues that impact performance
How CLARiiON settings, RAID types, metaLUNs, FAST and FAST Cache impact performance
How CLARiiON replication software impacts performance
Configuring a CLARiiON for good performance
Automating CLARiiON Solutions
How resource allocation and error reporting can be automated with Event Monitor and/or Unisphere QoS
How CLARiiON data replication can be automated with MirrorView, SAN Copy, and/or SnapView
Microsoft EXCHANGE 2010 Integration with CLARiiON
Application of best practices when implementing Microsoft Exchange on CLARiiON arrays
Using EMC Replication Manager to implement Microsoft Exchange replication solutions
Microsoft Exchange environments that are suitable for remote replication solutions, based on RPO/RTO considerations
Recommended disaster recovery solutions for Exchange Server 2010 in a CLARiiON environment
Microsoft SQL Server Integration with CLARiiON
Application of best practices when implementing Microsoft SQL Server on CLARiiON arrays
Using EMC Replication Manager to implement Microsoft SQL Server replication solutions
Microsoft SQL Server environments that are suitable for remote replication solutions, based on RPO/RTO considerations
Recommended disaster recovery solutions for SQL Server 2010 in a CLARiiON environment
CLARiiON Remote Replication Advanced Workshop-Course Materials Only
The following curriculum is recommended for candidates preparing to take this exam. Please complete all of the following courses
Please complete one of the following courses
CLARiiON Performance Workshop
CLARiiON Performance Workshop – Video ILT
Please complete one of the following courses
CLARiiON Integration with Microsoft
Exchange Server Workshop-Course Materials Only
CLARiiON Integration with SQL Server Workshop-Course Materials Only
Note: These details reflect exam content as of August 30, 2012.
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