: XIV Storage System
Technical Solutions V2
Version : Demo
1: Using the XCLI, which qualifiers are required to create a thin provisioned pool? A.
pool, hard size, soft size, snapshot size
B. pool, hard size, soft size, read block behavior
C. pool, resize allowed, maximum volumes, maximum snapshots
D. pool, read block behavior, maximum volumes, maximum snapshots
2: To improve system redundancy using its grid architecture, where in the XIV System can a
partition be mirrored?
A. on disks in other modules
B. on same disk in different modules
C. on different disks in the same module
D. on same disk, in same module, and in different modules
3: Which two solutions, once installed and configured, can be used to move workloads without
disruption? (Choose two)
A. XIV partitions
B. XIV Data Mover (XDM)
C. SAN Volume Controller
D. XIV Data Migration Function
E. Tivoli Storage Productivity Center for Replication V4
Answer: C D
4: When defining a volume on a thin-provisioned pool on an XIV System, the size of the volume
is limited by
A. the hard capacity of the volume
B. the 2 TB maximum volume size on XIV
C. the hard capacity of the storage pool
D. the soft capacity of the storage pool
5: On the XIV System, what is the approximate rebuild time for a 1 TB drive that is 50% utilized?
A. 5 minutes
B. 15 minutes
C. 30 minutes
D. 120 minutes
6: A customer has ordered a 10 module XIV System. How many interface modules are active in
7: When using the SAN Volume Controller (SVC) as a host for a full 15 module XIV Storage
System, how many ports are recommended to be connected to the SVC?
8: What helps ensure that the XIV System's cache does NOT become a bottleneck?
A. central cache locking mechanism
B. use of industry standard chip technology
C. each module is responsible for caching the data in that module
D. having all modules understand what is held in cache at all times