A storage administrator has been tasked with encapsulating 100 LUNs across five Oracle servers from
an existing array to a VPLEX Metro cluster. The administrator can obtain the same outrage window
for all five servers and wand wants to streamline as much of the encapsulation process possible.
What can the administrator use to help achieve this task?
Which method of virtual volume expansion requires the volume to be expanded on the array first?
Which mobility operation must be used to perform storage volume defragmentation?
What is the correct order of steps to create a virtual volume?
What happens to global cache size if a director fails and is removed from the cluster?
What is a consideration when using VPLEX RecoverPoint enabled consistency groups?
VPLEX Metro has been added to an existing HP OpenView network monitoring environment. The
VPLEX SNMP agent and other integration information have been added to assist in the
implementation. After VPLEX is added to SNMP monitoring, only the remote VPLEX cluster is
reporting performance statistics.
What is the cause of this issue?
Which VPLEX model is recommended for VPLEX for All Flash (VAF)?
Which statement applies to a VPLEX device?
What is a valid target for a device data migration in VPLEX?
How are physical ports numbered for each I/O module in VS6 VPLEX hardware?
When using VPLEX Metro, what is the supported round trip time between clusters?
Refer to the Exhibit:
Which number in the exhibit highlights the Director-A back-end ports?
A new VPLEX system has been installed that uses ESRS. The firewall administrator has opened ports
25, 9010, and 5901 between VPLEX and ESRS. A support ticket is logged. While trying to
troubleshoot, the technical support engineer cannot access the GUI of VPLEX.
Which port needs to be opened on the firewall?
The VPLEX Management Consoles graphical user interface (GUI) is accessible as a web service on
the management server's public Ethernet port and the service port, using the HTTPS protocol. It is
available on the standard port 443.
What is the correct order of steps to migrate from an old array to a new one without disruption using