VMware Certified Professional on vSphere 5
Question No: 181 – (Topic 4)
Clickthe Exhibit button.
ACME Logging Inc. has been using the vSphere Web Client to deploy templates to a five- node vSphere 5.x cluster. After deploying a new template, the resulting virtual machine is not able to connect to the Development network towhich it was assigned. When deploying another template, the message in the exhibit is shown.
Based on this information, what is the likely problem?
The interface on esxi2 that is assigned to the virtual switch is down.
The interface on esxi2 thatis assigned to the virtual switch is configured incorrectly.
The Production virtual switch is internal only.
The Production virtual switch is a vDS.
Answer: C Explanation:
As you can see in the exhibit, the production virtual switch is internal only. That’s why the VM is not able to connect to the development network, which it was assigned to.
Question No: 182 – (Topic 4)
What reasons would prevent an administrator from deploying a virtual machine from a template? (Choose two.)
The template is missing the.vmx configuration file.
The vSphere Client is connected to an ESXi host.
The template is listed as Orphaned.
The administrator is using the vSphere Web Client.
Answer: B,C Explanation:
When vSphere client is connected to an ESXi host, youcannot deploy a VM from a template. Similarly, if the template is listed orphaned, you cannot deploy a VM from it.
Question No: 183 – (Topic 4)
Why is converting a virtual machine to a template significantly faster than creating a clone of the virtual machine?
Making a clone creates a linked-mode virtual disk.
Making a clone creates a full copy of the VMDK file.
Making a clone only creates a copy of the .vmx file.
The template conversion has low priority on the system CPU.
Answer: B Explanation:
Convert to Template, the other method used to create templates in vCenter, is much faster than Clone to Template, because it doesn’t create a duplicate of the source VM; instead, it just changes the VM to the template format. Convert to Template is moreflexiblethan Clone to Template because you can change the template back to a virtual machine at any time.
For example, software installed to templates created through Clone to Template can’t be updated. With Convert to Template, however, you can temporarily change the template to a virtual machine and install updates to the software, then change the VM back to template when done.
Question No: 184 – (Topic 4)
When memory is overcommitted, which two values can an administrator vary to increase the amount of physical memory granted to a given virtual machine? (Choose two.)
Idle Memory Tax
Question No: 185 – (Topic 4)
In the vSphere Client, the Resource Allocation tab for virtual machines displays host memory and guest memory. Which two statements best describe these terms? (Choose two.)
Guest memory is the amount of physical memorythat has been allocated to a virtual machine.
Host memory is the amount of physical memory that has been allocated to a virtual machine.
Guest memory is the memory usage of a virtual machine.
Host memory includes VM overhead.
Answer: C,D Explanation:
Guest Memory is actually the memory usage of a virtual machine. And the host memory includes VM overhead.
Question No: 186 – (Topic 4)
An administrator wants to reduce the amount of memory overhead required by a virtual machine.
What two options below could be used to accomplish that task? (Choose two.)
Reduce the amount of memory configured for the VM.
Reduce the memory reservation for the VM.
Reduce the memory shares for the VM.
Reduce the number of vCPUs VM.
Question No: 187 – (Topic 4)
An administrator has configured a virtual machine using the Emulate IDE mode for the DVD drive. Using the vSphere Client from a remote PC, anadministrator wants to connect to a virtual machine and burn a DVD, but is getting error messages in the disk burning application.
What must the administrator do to fix this issue?
The administrator must use the host DVD drive.
A DVD cannot be burned from within a virtual machine.
The administrator must change the DVD mode to Passthrough IDE.
The administrator must click the Writer checkbox in the DVD settings.
Reference:http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere- 50/index.jsp?topic=/com.vmware.vsphere.vm_admin.doc_50/GUID-C88BB8D3- 63E2-4BFF-80F2-B52C4D7C89BF.html
Question No: 188 – (Topic 4)
What two statements regarding the VSWP file are true? (Choose two.)
The VSWP file is equal to the memory allocation.
The VSWP file size is equal to the memory reservation.
The VSWP file size is equal to the difference between the memory assigned and reservation.
No VSWP file is created if reserved memory to the same value as allocated memory.
Question No: 189 – (Topic 4)
How is the page file for a Windows guest operating system or the swap partition for a Linux guest operating system created?
By the ESXi host
By the guest operating system
By the vCenter server
By thevCenter cluster
Reference:http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere- 51/index.jsp?topic=/com.vmware.vsphere.resmgmt.doc/GUID-AC40823A-695B- 438A-A8F2-4B7C51A0D014.html
Topic 5, Establish and Maintain Service Levels
Question No: 190 – (Topic 5)
An administrator views the Fault Tolerance pane of the Summary tab of a virtual machine and finds that the currentstatus is Not Protected.
What are two vSphere Fault Tolerance states that would cause the virtual machine to not be protected? (Choose two.)
Stopped – Fault Tolerance has been stopped on the secondary virtual machine.
Need Secondary VM – The primary virtual machine is running without a secondary virtual machine and is not protected
Need Primary VM – The secondary virtual machine is running, and a new primary virtual machine cannot be generated.
Disabled – Fault Tolerance is disabled.
Answer: B,D Explanation:
Reasons for Primary VM Not Protected Status
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