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IBM Tivoli Storage Manager V7.1 Fundamentals
Question No: 21
What happens to data that is scheduled to be archived if there is no archive copy group in the management class?
The archive fails.
The archive retention grace period of 90 days is used.
The archive retention grace period of 365 days is used.
The default backup copy group setting Retain Only is used.
Explanation: *. If you do not specify a management class, Tivoli Storage Manager uses the management class in the active policy set specifying the longest retention period.
*The archive copy of the file managed by the grace period is retained in server storage for the number of days specified by the archive retention grace period. This period starts from the day on which the file is first archived. For example, if the archive retention grace period for the policy domain STANDARD is used, an archive copy expires 365 days from the day the file is first archived.
Question No: 22
There is a requirement to provide hot backups for a physical machine running Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. What is a prerequisite?
Update the VSSPOLICY in the dsm.opt file to specify a management class.
Install IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for Mail on the same system as the Exchange server.
Update power shell cmdlets to include the IP address of the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager server.
Stop the Exchange host controller service, start the incremental backup, and start the Exchange server.
Explanation: As a practice, the following are definitions and allowable actions concerning the copy of the program used for backup purposes.
Hot: A copy of the program may reside for backup purposes on a machine, is started, and is doing work. The customer must acquire a license or entitlements for this copy and there will generally be an additional charge.
Cold: A copy of the program may reside, for backup purposes, on a machine as long as the program is not started. There is no additional charge for this copy.
Warm: A copy of the program may reside for backup purposes on a machine and is started, but is idling, and is not doing any work of any kind. There is no additional charge for this copy.
Reference:Storage Manager for Mail,Data Protection for Microsoft ExchangeServer,Installation and User#39;s Guide
Question No: 23
Which IBM Tivoli Storage Manager processes control the amount of data stored in primary storage pools?
Expiration, migration, reclamation
Expiration, movedata, removedata
Migration, reclamation, movemedia
Reclamation, movenodedata, removedata
Explanation: * Access mode:
Defines access to volumes in the storage pool for user operations (such as backup and restore) and system operations (such as reclamation and server migration).
*Server processes can move files within the volumes in the storage pool.
Question No: 24
What is the purpose of a storage agent?
Tracks storage utilization
Enables LANFree backups
Acts as a failover path for the TSM server
Manages the performance of the data transfer over SAN
Explanation: Enablethe Tivoli Storage Manager Storage Agent to perform LAN-free Data Movement.
Question No: 25
Which option meets the requirement to provide online snapshot backups for an enterprise Oracle database?
Rocket Device Adapter Pack
IBM Backup-Archive for Oracle
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack
IBM Tivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager
Reference: Best Practices Guide for Oracle Databases with IBM XIV Storage System Snapshots,
XIV Snapshots for Backup/Restore using Tivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager
Question No: 26
Which two statements describe the process of collocation?
Placing IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) database volumes in the same directories.
Isolating archive and backup data to separate storage pools.
Combining multiple TSM servers onto a single physical server.
Isolating a client or group of clients to their own volumes within a storage pool.
Isolating a single or group of filespaces to their own volumes within a storage pool.
Explanation: *When collocation is byclientnode Volume selection order:
1st:A volume that already contains files from the same client node
*When collocation is by file space Volume selection order:
1st:A volume that already contains files from the same file space of that client node
Note:With collocation enabled, the server attempts to keep files belonging to a group of client nodes, a single client node, or client file space on a minimal number of sequential- access storage volumes. Collocation reduces the number of volume mounts required when users restore, retrieve, or recall a large number of files from the storage pool. Collocation thus reduces the amount of time required for these operations.
Question No: 27
An alert represents an error message that is issued by an IBM Tivoli Storage Manager server. What does this icon mean when shown at the alert?
Warning; Processing can continue, but problems might occur later.
Severe: Processing stops. The server will preempty the tasks and stop.
Critical: Processing cannot continue. The issue must be corrected immediately.
Info: Processing continues with an informational message, and no action is required.
Answer: C Explanation: * Example:
*The severity codes give an indication of the severity of the issue that generated the message. The severity codes and their meanings are as follows:
E Error Processing cannot continue.
W Warning Processing can continue, but problems may occur later. I Information Processing continues. User response is not necessary.
Question No: 28
What describes recalled files that are in resident state in relationship to space management?
The file is in memory on the client.
The file is moved to the storage pool type=backup.
The migrated copy in the storage pool is expired at the next reconciliation.
The file is not deleted in the migrated copy in IBM Tivoli Storage Manager storage.
Explanation: If you modify a recalled file, it becomes a resident file. The next time your file system is reconciled, the space monitor daemon marks the stored copy for expiration.
Question No: 29
What is the default log to record scheduled command output on a client?
Explanation: Checking the Schedule Log
The Tivoli Storage Manager client stores detailed information about each scheduled event in a file. This file contains information such as the statistics about the backed-up objects, the name of the server to which the objects are backed up, and the time and date of the next scheduled operation.
The default name for this file is dsmsched.log.
Question No: 30
Reclamation can be done on which type of storage pool?
EMC CENTERRA storage pool
Explanation: RECLAIM STGPOOL (Reclaim sequential-access storage pool)
Use this command to reclaim volumes in a sequential-access storage pool. Reclamation makes the fragmented space on volumes usable again by moving any remaining files from one volume to another volume. This makes the original volume available for reuse.
Reclamation will not move inactive versions of backup data from volumes in active-data pools.
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