Devices Questions

□art 1: Manage basic disks and dynamic disks. (8 Questions)^

□ou are the network administrator for Testking.com. The TestKing network contains seven application servers. Each application server runs a database application named TestKingApp. □

Requirements for TestKingApp state that when you add a new user, you must add the user to the server that has the most available disk space. □

Rou need to ensure that you meet the requirements when you add new users to

What should you do?^

□. □se Event Viewer to review the application logs on each of the seven servers. □ □. □se Performance Logs and Alerts to record the PhysicalDisk object on all seven servers. □

□. □se Task Manager to view the performance data on each of the seven servers. □ □. □se System Monitor to generate a histogram view of the LogicalDisk object on all seven servers. □

□xplanation: [System Monitor shows real-time performance data based on Object counters, and can display the log data recorded by Performance Logs And Alerts either in the form of Counter (interval polling) logs, or Trace (event-driven) logs. Logs written by Performance Logs And Alerts can be loaded into System Monitor for analysis. The System Monitor is designed for real-time reporting of data to a console interface, and can be reported in graph, histogram, or numeric form. This should aid you in ensuring that you meet the stated requirements. □

The Application log contains data written to it by software programs, it records events that are generated by application programs and network application services. Using Event Viewer to review application logs would thus not ensure that you add a new user to the server with the most available space. □

B: CThe Performance Logs And Alerts snap-in can do no configuration, only reporting data through Counter Logs as reported by providers (object counters) on a configured interval, or through Trace Logs as reported by event-driven providers. Thus this option will not work. □

B: Viewing performance data through the Task Manager is not what you need. □

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Ban Balter, MCSA/MCSE Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003

Environment Exam Cram 2 (Exam 70-290), Chapter 6B

BUESTION NO: 2D

Bou are the network administrator for TestKing.com. All network servers run Windows Server 2003.B

Bhe network includes a file server named Testking1. Testking1 contains a single disk for system files and two SCSI hard disks that comprise a 72-GB mirrored volume with 65 GB of read-only data. Users connect to this data by using shortcuts on their desktops. B

Bestking1 is scheduled for replacement. You have a scheduled maintenance window to complete this task. Before the maintenance window, you build a new server. B

Bou need to bring the new server online with current data and re-establish redundancy as quickly as possible. You must also ensure that the desktop shortcuts will continue to function. B

BWhat should you do?B

B. Name the new server Testking1. B

Greate a new mirrored volume by using two 72-GB disks. B

Bonnect Testking2 to the network and copy the data from Testking1. B

When copying is complete, shut down the old TestkingLB

B. Bame the new server Testking1. B

Move both disks from the old Testking1 to the new Testking1. B Bcan the disks for changes. B

Gonnect the new Testking1 to the network. □ □. Game the new server Testking1. □ Greak the mirror on the old Testking1. □

Move one of the disks from the old Testking1 to the new Testking1. □ □can the disk for changes. □ initialize the disk. □

□elect the spare disk and create the mirror. □ □onnect the new Testking1 to the network. □ □. □ame the new server Testking1. □

□emove one of the disks in the mirror from the old Testking1. □ Move the disk on the new Testking1. □ □can the disk for changes. □ □nport the disk, □

Shut down the old Testking1 and connect the new Testking1 to the network. □

□xplanation: You have to make use of the existing old TestKing1 disks to make sure that the current data will be brought online. When moving disks from one computer to another keep in mind that before disconnecting the disks from the old TestKing1 you must make sure the status of all volumes on each of the disks is healthy. For any volumes that are not healthy, repair the volumes before you move the disks. After you physically connect the disks to the new TestKing1, in Disk Management, open the Action menu and choose Rescan Disks. The scanning will detect changes. The new disk will show up as Dynamic/Foreign. By default, Dynamic/Foreign disks and should be brought online automatically, but if not, bring it online by right-clicking the disk and selecting Online. □

□o make Dynamic/Foreign disks useable, you must import it. The disk group remain as is and the database does not change. □

When connecting new TestKing1 to the network you will enable users to use their existing shortcuts. □

Uicorrect answers: □

□: [Since TestKing1 is scheduled for replacement you need no mirroring to be done for the question states pertinently that you have to re-establish redundancy which means that redundancy used to be in place before. □

□ mirrored volume (also known as RAID Level 1 or RAID-1) consists of two identical copies of a simple volume, each on a separate hard disk. Mirrored volumes provide fault tolerance in the event that one physical disk fails. Besides, TestKing2 is irrelevant in this scenario. □

By moving only one disk from the old TestKing1 to the new TestKing1 will affect not only the current amount of data available, but will also result in a lack of possible redundancy. □

D: [Removing one old TestKing1 disk from the mirror will not enable you to accomplish your task successfully. □

Dan Balter, MCSA/MCSE Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003

Environment Exam Cram 2 (Exam 70-290), Chapter 3 □

DUESTION NO: 3D

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