Question : 16
Some of the VMs in a vSphere DRS cluster are not migrated as expected. Which three factors can affect DRS behavior? (Choose three.)
A. The currently configured TPS settings for the VMs.
B. VM Overrides.
C. DRS Aggression Levels (Migration Threshold).
D. CPU, Memory, and Network Utilization.
E. The currently configured Enhanced vMotion Compatibility level for the cluster.
A virtual machine loses network connectivity after vMotion. Which two troubleshooting tasks can be performed? (Choose two.)
A. Verify virtual switch option Notify Switches is set to Yes.
B. Ensure that Enhanced vMotion Compatibility has been configured.
C. Change the teaming policy to active/standby mode.
D. Ensure that the virtual machine is in the proper VLAN ID.
What will happen to the VM when a vSphere Administration returns to a snapshot that was created without memory on the running VM?
A. VM will be rebooted
B. VM will be running in the state that it was at the time the snapshot creation
C. VM will be powered on
D. VM will be powered off
What is the VMware recommended way to distribute storage I/O loads across multiple paths to minimize downtime and remove potential bottlenecks?
A. Enable Storage I/O Control.
B. Configure storage replication.
C. Configure multipathing.
D. Enable storage DRS and configure datastore clusters.