vSphere 6 Foundations Exam
Question No: 41
An administrator would like to have vCenter take action any time a virtual machine is using over 90% of its available resources for five minutes or longer.
Which three actions can be taken by vCenter Server in response to the trigger without running a script? (Choose three.)
Power on a VM
Reboot Guest on VM
Increase Virtual Machine Memory
Migrate a VM
Increase Virtual Machine CPU Shares
Answer: A,B,D Explanation:
Power on a VM, reboot guest and Migrate a VM will be the actions taken by vCenter Server
in response to a trigger without needing a script.
Question No: 42
What component must be installed prior to deploying a vCenter Server in vSphere 6.x?
vCenter Identity Services
Platform Services Controller
vCenter Single Sign-On
Client Integration Plug-In
Question No: 43
A company is planning an upgrade from vSphere 4.x to vSphere 5. They currently have three dual CPU servers licensed for ESXi 4.1 Advanced
Each server has 256GB of RAM installed.
Their virtual machines are sized three ways. Light. 1v CPU, 4GB RAM
Medium. 2v CPU, 8GB RAM Heavy. 4 vCPU, 12GB RAM
The Production workload consists of. 20 Light servers
20 Medium servers
2 Heavy servers
The Development workload consists of.
10 Light servers
10 Medium servers
How will vSphere 5 licensing impact their upgrade? (Choose two.)
They will need to purchase additional ESXi licenses.
They will be able to reduce their power consumption.
They will be restricted from powering on additional virtual machines.
A license upgrade will be needed to add vCPUs to the Heavy servers.
Reference: http://www.gabesvirtualworld.com/vsphere-5-licensing-with-vram- isn’t-that-bad-at-all/
Question No: 44
An administrator has recently installed a new ESXi 6.x Host, and during the configuration notices sporadic network problems. To check whether the issue occurred sometime during the configuration, the administrator would like to reset the system.
How can this be accomplished in the shortest amount of time?
Run the ESXi installer again and reinstall the host.
Select the Reset System Configuration option from the vSphere Client when connected directly to the host.
From the Direct Console User Interface, select Reset System Configuration.
Use a host profile to reset the configuration to a default state.
Question No: 45
An administrator has just completed performing an interactive installation of ESXi 6.x and is booting the host.
How is the network initially configured?
The network is configured by Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA).
The network is configured based on the settings detected in DNS.
The network is configured with the address as specified in the installer.
The network is automatically configured by DHCP.
Question No: 46
What are three goals of resource management within a cluster? (Choose three.)
To prevent virtual machines from monopolizing resources and to guarantee predictable service rates.
To exploit undercommitted resources and overcommit with graceful degradation.
To provide solutions to potential problems that you might encounter when using vCenter Server.
To control the relative importance of virtual machines and provide flexible dynamic partitioning.
To provide additional network administration capabilities.
Question No: 47
vMotion can be performed between which three physical boundaries? (Choose three.)
Between two vCenter Server Systems
Between two vSphere Distributed Virtual Switches
Between two vCenter Server Datacenter objects
Between two VMware NSX Layer 4 segments
Between two NFS datastores
Question No: 48
Which two actions are prerequisites to adding ESXi 6.x hosts to a vSphere Distributed Switch? (Choose two.)
Verify that there is at least one Distributed Port Group on the Distributed Switch.
Verify that the Distributed Port Group have active uplinks configured in its teaming and failover policy.
Verify that the Distributed Switch has been configured with a Network Profile.
Verify that Network I/O control for Management Traffic is configured for the highest share value.
Question No: 49
An administrator is performing upgrades to ESXi 6.x from ESX 3.x and ESX 4.x hosts. What is true about this procedure?
A direct, in-place upgrade can be performed only on ESX 4.1 and later hosts.
ESX 3.x hosts can be upgraded, but require an upgrade to 4.x before 5.x.
A direct, in-place upgrade can be performed only on ESX 4.5 and later hosts.
A direct, in-place upgrade can be performed only on ESX 3.5 and later hosts.
Answer: B Explanation:
You must upgrade version 3.x ESX and ESXi hosts to ESX or ESXi version 4.x before you can upgrade them to ESXi 5.1.x. See the vSphere 4.x upgrade documentation.
Alternatively, you might find it simpler and more cost effective to do a fresh installation of ESXi 5.1.x.
Question No: 50
An administrator is installing vCenter Server for an environment that has 40 ESXi 6.x Hosts and 150 virtual machines.
Which database would meet the minimal requirements needed for this task?
Microsoft SQL Express 2008
Microsoft SQL Server 2014
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