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Pillar Axiom 600 Storage System Certified Implementation Specialist

Question No: 41

The storage administrator is setting up an Axiom and would identify the two call-home triggers that should be selected. Select two.

  1. Enable event triggered call-home

  2. Enable standard periodic call home

  3. Enable larger periodic call home

  4. Enable Email Notifications

  5. Enable Data Digest like to enable basic call home functionality.

Answer: A,B

Explanation: Call-Home Triggering

Allows you to specify when events logs and messages are sent to the CallHome server.

  • Enable event triggered call-home

    Enables CallHome support, which enables the Pillar Axiom system to send status messages to the designated server.

  • Enable standard periodic Call-Home

    Enables the periodic sending of the Pillar Axiom event logs to the CallHome server.

  • Enable larger periodic Call-Home

Enables large files to be sent to the CallHome server so that trace logs and performance statistics are automatically included in the CallHome logs.

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator#39;s Guide, Call-Home Triggering

Question No: 42

The storage administrator wants to be able to schedule a pointer-based copy of source volume ASSM. Which Axiom data protection function will help accomplish this task?

  1. Copy LUN

  2. Clone LUN

  3. Snapshot

  4. Backup LUN

Answer: C

Explanation: Restoring a LUN from a Clone LUN uses partial block snapshot technology, which allows the LUN to keep its same identity and to come back online in a

short amount of time, especially when compared to copying the entire data set back from a tape backup. This restoration process copies only that data that was modified after the snapshot was taken. Furthermore, this process allows access to the data while the background copy is in progress.

Clone LUN: A point-in-time, read-write, partial-block snapshot of a LUN that you intend to split from the original LUN for immediate

access. A Clone LUN retains the same QoS parameters as the source LUN and consumes storage capacity from the Clone LUN repository that was allocated for the source LUN. A Clone LUN cannot be scheduled from the Pillar Axiom Storage Services Manager; it is an immediate operation. Clone LUNs provide a convenient method to

branch from the source data without the need to do a fullblock copy operation. Formerly called a Snap LUN.

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator#39;s Guide, Restore a LUN from a Clone LUN

Question No: 43

The storage administrator is ready to define a storage domain. What must the storage administrator ensure before the storage domain can be created?

  1. A storage Profile needs to be created to set the Storage Domain QoS setting.

  2. The Storage Domain license must be installed.

  3. There must be at least one Brick that does not contain volumes.

  4. The storage administrator must be logged in as the pillar support account.

    Answer: B

    Explanation: As of release 5.0, if you have installed the Storage Domain license, you can cause the system

    to migrate the redundant instances of the system configuration database onto separate Bricks

    by performing the following general actions:

    1. Add new Bricks to the system.

    2. Place them into a new Storage Domain.

    3. Set the new Storage Domain as the primary domain.

      The Pillar Axiom system will then migrate the configuration database onto the Bricks in the newly primary domain and stripe the database across multiple Bricks.

      Note: A Storage Domain is defined as:

      A subset of a virtual storage pool consisting of a defined group of Brick storage enclosures. This group can consist of any assortment of Bricks, regardless of Storage Class, capacity, or any other attribute. A Storage Domain is typically used to provide specific allocation or security features for a collection of logical volumes.

      Reference: Pillar Axiom 300, 500, and 600. Release notes

      Question No: 44

      The storage administrator has created a host group. What is the benefit of creating host groups?

      1. Manage the mapping of a volume to a logical collection of SAN hosts.

      2. Manage the grouping of logical volumes.

      3. Manage the AxiomONE Path Manager for a logical collection of SAN hosts.

      4. Manage the grouping of a volume to a logical collection of SAN hosts.

Answer: A

Explanation: You can easily manage the mapping of a LUN to SAN hosts by assigning the hosts to a specific group. This group is a named, logical collection of SAN hosts.

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator#39;s Guide, About Host Groups

Question No: 45

Which CLI can the storage administrator use to collect system logs from the Axiom storage system?

  1. pcli.exe

  2. registerAxiom.exe

  3. axiomcli.exe

  4. pdsquery.exe

  5. pdssysinfo.exe

Answer: C

Explanation: From Appendix B Pillar Axiom CLI Commands:


Clears the current set of logs on the Pillar Axiom system

Note: The Pillar Axiom CLI (axiomcli.exe) is the commandline interface for configuring and monitoring a Pillar Axiom system. The Pillar Axiom CLI provides the same capabilities as the

Pillar Axiom GUI, allowing configuration and management of the Pillar Axiom system performed from command line or through custom scripts.

Reference: Pillar Axiom, CLI Reference Guide

Question No: 46

Identify two Items displayed on the AxiomONE Storage Services Manager user interface status bar.

  1. system status

  2. time zone

  3. storage utilization

  4. current running processes

Answer: A,D

Explanation: In addition to context-sensitive help, the Pillar Axiom Storage Services Manager GUI makes readily available certain vital information about the

operation of the Pillar Axiom system. This information is displayed in the status bar at the bottom of each overview window.

  • System status

    Displays the overall system status.

  • Display all background tasks

Click this icon to open the Background Processes dialog. From this dialog, you can also open the View Axiom Communication Details

dialog (see below)

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator#39;s Guide, Status Bar Description

Question No: 47

The storage administrator has installed an Axiom and would like to change the system name and provide a brief description. Which action would the storage administrator need to complete?

  1. modifying Network Settings

  2. modifying Asset Information

  3. modifying System Time

  4. modifying Security Settings

Answer: B

Explanation: You may want to change the name of the system that is displayed in the Pillar

Axiom Storage Services Manager.

1 From the Configure tab, click Summary gt; System. 2 Choose Actions gt; Modify Asset Information.

  1. Enter the necessary information in any of the following fields: Name

    Description Location Contact Name Contact Phone Asset Number

    Note: Pillar recommends that you enter the name and phone for more than one contact.

  2. Click OK to save your changes.

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator#39;s Guide, Modify Asset Information

Question No: 48

Identify the location where the AxiomONE Storage Services Manager software in available for download.

  1. via FTP (torn the Pillar Customer Support portal

  2. from a web browser, by specifying the name or IP address of the Axiom

  3. from a web browser, under Software on the Pillar Customer Support portal

  4. from the AxiomONE Storage Manager user Interface, by clicking the Download ASSM GUI link on the Support tab

Answer: B

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator#39;s Guide, About Accessing Pillar Axiom 600 Applications

Question No: 49

What does the pooled RAID 10 feature do within the Axiom?

  1. doubles the read performance

  2. creates RAID10 volumes on the same spindles that the RAID5 volumes reside in

  3. can survive a failure of six drives in a Brick

  4. dedicates an entire Brick to RAID10

  5. dedicates the Slammer cache for RAID10 volumes

Answer: B

Explanation: Rooled RAID-10 The OLD WAY: an entire disk is allocated to a specific RAID Group with a specific RAID Level RESULT: Poor Utilization Rates

The APPLICATION AWARE WAY: a volume is created across lots of disks across the appropriate QoS bands with RAID-5 or RAID-10 concurrently on the same disk RESULT: Benchmarked over 110% FASTER Random Write Performance


Industry Leading Utilization Rates

Question No: 50

The storage administrator is installing a single slammer Axiom with both FC and iSCSI. Identify the number of SAN Fabric ports that the storage administrator will need for the Axiom.

  1. 2 ISCSI ports

  2. 4 iSCSI ports

  3. 2 FC ports

  4. 4 FC ports

Answer: A

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