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Version: 9.1
Question: 1

You are creating a first data aggregate on the fourth node of a clustered Data ONTAP system that has only 600 GB SAS disks.
According to the NetApp naming convention, what is the appropriate name for the aggregate?

A. aggr10
B. n04.SAS_aggr10
C. n04_SAS_aggr01
D. n04-aggr01-SAS

Answer: C

Explanation:
Example of appropriate name: n01sas01 Underscores can be used, but not “.” or “-“.
Note: Aggregate names must conform to the following requirements:
They must begin with either a letter or an underscore (_). They can contain only letters, digits, and underscores. They must contain 250 or fewer characters.
Reference:
Creating an aggregate
https://library.netapp.com/ecmdocs/ECMP1368859/html/GUID-D9F611BC-F7B4-4057-A76B-357BBAB7002F.html

Question: 2

Which NetApp tool will simplify your initial system installation?

A. OnCommand Unified Manager
B. OnCommand System Manager
C. Config Advisor
D. System Setup tool

Answer: B

Question: 3

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What happens to the NTP configuration in clustered Data ONTAP 8.3 when a node joins a cluster?

A. A node that joins a cluster has a separate NTP service.
B. A node that joins a cluster automatically adopts the NTP configuration of the cluster.
C. A node that joins a cluster must be manually configured in the NTP.
D. A node that joins a cluster must reboot before running the NTP service.

Answer: B

Explanation:
A node that joins a cluster automatically adopts the NTP configuration of the cluster.
Reference: How to configure and troubleshoot NTP on clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 and later using CLI
https://kb.netapp.com/support/index?page=content&id=1014787

Question: 4

You are assigned to install five DS2246 with twenty-four 400 GB SSDs per shelf to a single node system.
According the NetApp, which statement is correct?

A. You cannot install five SSD shelves to one System.
B. You need at least two stacks.
C. You need at least three stacks.
D. You can put all shelves in one stack.

Answer: D

Explanation:
Up to 10 shelves are supported per stack for the DS2246, so we one stack is enough as we only have five shelves (DS2246s).
Reference: Making the Move from FC to SAS Storage
http://www.netapp.com/as/communities/tech-ontap/tot-fc-sas-1101-as.aspx

Question: 5

Which three types of interface groups are supported on NetApp storage systems? (Choose three.)

A. single mode
B. HA interconnect
C. IPspaces
D. static multimode
E. dynamic multimode

Answer: A,D,E

Explanation:
You can create three different types of interface groups on your storage system: single-mode, static multimode, and dynamic multimode interface groups.
Reference: Types of interface groups
https://library.netapp.com/ecmdocs/ECMP1196907/html/GUID-EFA72201-E035-41E2-AC53-CD81A472B5ED.html

Question: 6

You have just configured the customer’s first SVM with a LIF IP 10.0.0.10/24. The customer’s DNS IP address is 172.16.0.250 and you are unable to ping it from the NetApp storage system, but you are able to ping the gateway and everything else works.
In this scenario what is the problem?

A. You need to have the DNS server on the same subnet as the LIF IP address.
B. You need to add a static gateway to the LIFs routing group.
C. You need to have the customer check the cable.
D. You need to add an IPspace and domain broadcast to the port.

Answer: D

Explanation:
A broadcast domain resides in an IPspace, and it contains a group of network ports, potentially from many nodes in the cluster, that belong to the same layer 2 network. The ports in the group are used in an SVM for data traffic.
Reference: Clustered Data ONTAP 8.3, Network Management Guide, page 8