An Administrator Wants a VM to Communicate with two Separate VLANs.
What steps should the administrator complete?
Which directory should the LCM Framework Bundle be extracted to on a dark site web server in order to update the LCM Framework?
When updating the LCM Framework on a dark site web server, the LCM Framework Bundle should be extracted to the "release" directory. This directory is specifically designated for holding the updated LCM Framework files, and the update process will look for the files in this location. Extracting the bundle to a different directory, such as "upgrade", "software" or "install" would not be sufficient as the LCM Framework update process may not be able to find the files. Reference: https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/details?targetId=LCM-Guide-v2_11:lc-updating-the-lcm-framework_lc-updating-the-lcm-framework.html
Which Nutanix storage service can store Petabytes of unstructured data and supports S3 APIs?
Nutanix Objects is a storage service that can store petabytes of unstructured data and supports S3 APIs. It is a distributed object store that provides an easy-to-use interface for storing and managing objects and data. It also provides advanced features such as versioning, replication, encryption, and access control. Reference: https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/details?targetId=Platform-Administrator-Guide-v5_7:pag-objects-c.html
An administrator needs to deploy a two-node cluster on a new ROBO Site. What is required to maintain High Availability in the case of a node failure?
To maintain high availability in the case of a node failure in a two-node cluster, a Witness VM is required. Therefore, the correct answer is A. The Witness VM acts as a tie-breaker and arbitrator in the event of a split-brain scenario, where both nodes lose connectivity to each other, to ensure that only one node continues to operate and serve workloads. It is also recommended to use a high-performance network to minimize network latency between the two nodes and the Witness VM.
An administrator wants to evaluate the overall health of the Nutanix cluster. What should be the first step?
Where Does an administrator go to take a consolidated backup of the Key manager Servers?
From Prism Central, how can an administrator access a cluster?
From Prism Central's main dashboard page, an administrator can access any cluster by clicking the cluster quick access link. This will open the cluster summary page, which contains detailed information about the cluster, including the nodes, virtual machines, and applications running on the cluster. Reference: https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/details?targetId=Platform-Administrator-Guide-v5_7:pag-prism-central-cluster-access-c.html
How would an administrator upgrade the LCM framework to the latest version?
To upgrade the LCM framework to the latest version, the administrator must go to the Settings page of the Prism Central UI, and then select the Upgrade Software option. This will show the available versions of the LCM framework, and allow the administrator to select the desired version and upgrade. Reference: https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/details?targetId=Platform-Administrator-Guide-v5_7:pag-lcm-upgrade-c.html
What happens to images that are imported into Prism Central?
The Prism Central image repository is a centralized location for storing virtual machine images that can be used to deploy VMs to any cluster managed by Prism Central. When an image is imported into Prism Central, a copy of the image is made and stored in the repository, so that it can be easily accessed and deployed to any cluster as needed.
The original image file typically remains in the source cluster after it is imported into Prism Central, unless it is explicitly deleted. Similarly, the image copy in the Prism Central repository is not automatically copied to all clusters managed by Prism Central, but can be used to deploy new VMs on any cluster as needed.
Nutanix Support Asked an administrator to provide AHV logs to help solve a support request .Which task should be performed to provide log files to the support team?
An administrator is upgrading a current three-node Nutanix cluster with new HCI nodes. Currently, the environment is based on a Single two-unit chassis hosted in one cabinet.
By simply changing the system form factor, what new level of resiliency may this customer achieve?
Which Nutanix storage efficiency feature is suitable for nearly every workload?
Deduplication is a storage efficiency feature in Nutanix that is suitable for nearly every workload. Deduplication is a technique that eliminates redundant data and reduces the amount of storage space required to hold that data. This can help to significantly reduce the storage overhead, and improve the overall storage efficiency of the cluster. Deduplication can be applied to all types of data, including virtual machine disks, and can help to reduce storage costs by reducing the amount of physical storage required. Reference: https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/details?targetId=Data-Services-Guide-v2_11:ds-deduplication-overview_ds-deduplication-overview.html
When should Pulse be disabled?
Pulse should only be disabled under the guidance of Nutanix Support and not for any other reason. Pulse is a feature of the Nutanix cluster that enables the cluster to report back health and performance data to Nutanix for troubleshooting and performance optimization purposes. Disabling Pulse without the guidance of Nutanix Support is not recommended, as it could lead to potential issues with the cluster. Reference: https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/details?targetId=Platform-Administrator-Guide-v5_7:pag-pulse-c.html