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Q111. Refer to the Exhibit. 

A storage administrator is not seeing full utilization of all bandwidth from an ESXi host. The vSphere administrator observes the adapter details, as shown in the Exhibit. 

What is the probable cause of this issue? 

A. Another path needs to be used to allow full utilization of the bandwidth. 

B. The array is not setup to use the correct multipathing policy. 

C. There are no virtual machines on the host. 

D. No traffic is being sent across it because a path failed. 


Q112. An administrator attempts to install vCenter Single Sign-On Server. The installer returns an error message indicating that the installation failed. Prior to the installation, all setup prerequisites were met. The administrator has generated a vCenter Server Single Sign-On support bundle. 

Which two files should the administrator analyze to determine the cause of the failure? (Choose two.) 

A. Server\utils\logs\imsTrace.log 

B. Server\utils\logs\install.txt 

C. %TEMP%\utils\logs\vminst.log 

D. %TEMP%\vminst.log 

Answer: A,D 


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Q113. Which two statements are true regarding VMware vSphere Flash Read Cache (vFRC)? (Choose two.) 

A. Cache fills and cache evictions happen in the granularity of a cache block size. 

B. vFRC caches data from both read and write I/Os, but write I/Os are always serviced by the underlying storage. 

C. vFRC caches data from both read and write I/Os, but write I/Os are always serviced by the underlying cache data. 

D. Cache fills and cache evictions happen in the granularity of the disk block size. 

Answer: A,B 

Q114. What happens to the status of users already logged into ESXi Shell when a vSphere administrator enables lockdown mode? 

A. Users remain logged in and can run commands, except to disable lockdown mode. 

B. Users remain logged in and can run commands, including disabling lockdown mode. 

C. Users are immediately logged out of ESXi Shell. 

D. Users are logged out after a timeout specified by the vSphere administrator. 


Q115. An administrator enables vSphere High Availability (HA) on an existing cluster with a large number of hosts and virtual machines. The administrator notices that the setup of vSphere HA on some of the hosts is failing. 

What step, if taken, might resolve this issue? 

A. Increase the value of the config.vpxd.das.electionWaitTimeSec setting. 

B. Set the value of vpxd.das.aamMemoryLimit to 256. 

C. Set the value of the das.useDefaultIsolationAddress setting to False. 

D. Increase the value of the das.iostatsinterval setting. 


Q116. An administrator has been tasked with enabling High Availability (HA) on a cluster in a vSphere 6.x environment with default settings. The cluster configures properly and there are no errors. The next day when powering on a virtual machine, an error is presented: 

Not Enough Failover Resources 

Which three scenarios are likely causes of this error message? (Choose three.) 

A. The default VM Monitoring Sensitivity is set too high. 

B. There are not enough datastore heartbeat datastores configured by default. 

C. The default slot size in the cluster is set too high. 

D. There are virtual machines with large CPU reservations. 

E. A host is in maintenance mode for a replacement of a failed Hard Drive. 

Answer: C,D,E 

Q117. A virtual machine has been renamed and an administrator is unable to find files with the new virtual machine name in the datastore. 

What is the reason for this? 

A. The names of the files on the datastore do not change. 

B. The names of the files on the datastore have been corrupted. 

C. The virtual machine needs to be re-added to the inventory. 

D. The Distributed Resource Scheduler moved the virtual machine to another host.