Nutanix Certified Associate v6.5 Exam Practice Test

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Question 1

Which account is recommended for performing tasks and operations on the CVM via SSH?

Answer : B

Question 2

In Prism Element, which power action will allow the hypervisor to perform a hard restart on a VM?

Answer : D

Question 3

An administrator needs to migrate a running VM's vDisks to another container without downtime.

Which tool should the administrator use to satisfy this task?

Answer : A

Question 4

Which tool is used to reinstall the hypervisor and CVM after boot disk replacement?

Answer : B

Question 5

How long does a Nutanix cluster's Recycle Bin retain deleted vDisk and configuration data files?

Answer : C

The Recycle Bin is a feature that allows administrators to recover data that has been accidentally deleted from the cluster, by storing deleted files in a temporary holding area for a certain period of time. During this time, the deleted files can be restored to their original location, effectively undoing the deletion.

The default retention period for the Recycle Bin is 24 hours, which means that any files that are deleted from the cluster will be retained in the Recycle Bin for a period of 24 hours before they are permanently deleted. This retention period can be customized to suit the needs of a particular environment, but the default value is 24 hours.

Question 6

How is the destination cluster determined when uploading images from the local workstation to Prism Central?

Answer : C

When uploading images from a local workstation to Prism Central, the destination cluster is determined based on the alphabetical order of the cluster names. Specifically, the first available cluster in alphabetical order is selected as the destination for the image upload.

This behavior is documented in the Prism Central Admin Guide, which states that when you upload an image to Prism Central, 'the image is stored in the first cluster that has sufficient space and starts with the letter that appears first in the image name.'

Question 7

Which cluster configuration is LCM unable to perform firmware upgrades against?

Answer : D

LCM (Lifecycle Manager) is a tool provided by Nutanix to automate software and firmware upgrades for Nutanix clusters. However, LCM is unable to perform firmware upgrades against a (D) Single-node cluster configuration.

This is because a single-node cluster does not have any redundancy, so there is no way to perform an upgrade without taking the entire cluster offline. In contrast, multi-node clusters can typically be upgraded in a rolling fashion, with one or more nodes being upgraded at a time while the rest of the cluster remains online.

LCM is capable of performing firmware upgrades against two-node, three-node, and five-node cluster configurations, as long as they meet the other requirements for LCM support (such as being on a supported AOS release and having the appropriate network connectivity).

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