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A customer is deploying a SAN cluster of A700 nodes and wants to ensure that the SAN cluster will maintain a quorum in the event of a rack level power failure. Which two statements are true in this scenario? (choose two.)
The quorum rule states that to make changes to the configuration in our cluster, we need to have more than half of the nodes available. This prevents configuration conflicts if we lose connectivity between the nodes in our cluster.
So, if we have only 2 racks and 4 nodes we could never get more than half of the nodes available if one of those racks power fails.
We need 6 nodes separated on 3 racks, so we can have more than half of the nodes available if one of those racks power fails.
An administrator has migrated an ISCSI LUN with Foreign LUN Import (FLI) tool. The migrated LUN is presented on the new system, but it is not visible to the host. In this scenario which additional action
must be completed to make the LUN visible?
Installing ANA is related with NVMe protocol
Binding an igroup to a port set will only limit our paths
Stopping the FCP service will not affect at anything, because this is an ISCSI LUN
When you migrate ISCSI using FLI, you need to map the LUNs to an igroup where the destination arrays is added, after the LUN has been imported, you can create a new iSCSI igroup and add the hosts to
You can find more information on this link:
https://www.netapp.com/pdf.html?item=/media/17060-tr4380pdf.pdf (page 71)
You are planning on implementing a new SAN on AFF A400 controllers. The data set consists of unique 1 KB files that will be encrypted before being written to the SAN.
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