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|Exam||VCP510 - VMware Certified Professional 5 - Data Center Virtualization (vSphere 5.0/5.1 Based)|
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I took an exam earlier this week, these questions represent the exam. Not to sure about the answers though. But I passed using trainsignal dvd's, workshop and this dump.
11/04/2011 Jump 100% vaild. I passed today. score is 400+.Thanks Leonardo help me pass it .new 10 question.easy to answer if u watched the workbook.GOOD LUCK for everyone.I used V4 passed exam.
Sorry, I didn't read the question and answer carefully. Just think that cluster don't have enough resources so VMs with higher priority have a chance to boot first.
Your own post explain that options B+C are correct.
Imagine this scenario, you have 3 VMs, one high priority and two medium. your host down. HA will have resources to power up two VMs, HA only will restart High priority VM? I don't think so. HA will restart VMs until have resources. Priority is used only to determine what VM to power first. Please see Page 25 from vsphere-esxi- vcenter-server-50-availability-guide.pdf
Q 36 AB is correct
Disable: Allow VM power on operations that violate availability constraints
Disables admission control. Virtual machines can, for example, be powered on even if that causes insufficient failover capacity. When you do this, no warnings are presented, and the cluster does not turn red. If a cluster has insufficient failover capacity, vSphere HA can still perform failovers and it uses the VM Restart Priority setting to determine which virtual machines to power on first.
Many people here and at other site are taking the test tomorrow. Hopefully they can give us an update how close version 4 dump is (159Q) and are there any min/max questions. I have rescheduled the test for 12th Nov.
Bob, I agree with most of your corrections but for Q100 I think the answer could be C and D. You see the answer C is not saying it allows you to manage a single host from more than one VC Server. It actually says An administrator wants to manage ESX/ESXi hosts from multiple vCenter Server instances, meaning by logging into one vCenter they could manage other hosts managed by other vCenters instances.
See this > http://vmguy.com/wordpress/index.php/archives/803
I quote "A single vCenter instance can manage 300 ESX hosts and 3000 VMs. A linked mode group can manage 1000 ESX hosts and 10,000 VM's (now you know why a search field was added to the client."
I'm working on my lab to confirm some questions, soon I will upload the version 4.0.
Leonardo - Pls upload version 4 to megaupload or filesonic or fileserver, if you can by 3rd Nov.
Hello Bob is right, I change Q100 to B+D and Q64 to A+B.
I will upload the version 4.0 tonight.
I agree with Bob on Question 64. Manually moving the host to another host in the cluster will resolve the issue. Changing it to Aggressive will not have an impact, especially if the Fully Automated is not enabled.
Q96, Fault tolerance. I do not believe option A is correct here. I favor B,D,E. HA does not provide continuous availability in the event of a hardware failure. there will be an interruption of service in the VM on the failed hardware while it comes back up in the HA Cluster. Using FT will provide continuous availability in the event of a hardware failure.
Awesome work to Leonardo and all the contributors here. Just sitting here studying these questions on the forum is enough to have us all prepared for the exam.
Answer to Q 100 has to be wrong.
Linked mode WILL do the following, exchange information about Roles and Accounts (Answer B). Enable searching across th inventory (Answer D). It DOES NOT allow you to managed a single host from more than one VC Server. A host can only be managed by ONE VC Server at a time. So Answer C would be wrong.
I think the answer to Q64 is wrong. Why would changing the DRS setting to agressive help? Even at its most conservative setting, setting one, as long as it is fully automated it will always move machines onto different hosts when the host goes into maintenance mode. Aggressiveness beyond level one is purely a load balancing feature - Level One DRS only moves machines if a host goes into mainenance mode or if affinity rules are violated. Levels 2,3,4,5 ALL include the previous levels (including level one).
However, disabling Admission control MAY help (and this is reccomended by vmware when using VUM against a cluster), because it allows us to place multiple hosts into maintenance mode that may otherwise have been dissalowed by HA.
Are qw sure about the answer to Q58? It looks to me from the map as if the VM is not connected to either the Production Network OR the datastore. IT also says vmotion disabled - would this not be caused by not having the vmkernel port enabled for vmotion?
In Q.41 if the answer D is %RDY (because we don't have %RPV metric) then D is correct.
%RDY Overprovisioning of vCPUs, excessive usage of vSMP or a limit(check %MLMTD) has been set. See Jason's explanation for vSMP VMs
Thanks Jake, I insert the wrong number I was talking about Q96
Leonardo Q85 is talking about Storage I/O Control. What question are you looking at?
Hello I upload the version 3.0 here but I don't know is not available yet. Usually the file is come available after midnight from Brazil. I will try to upload the file in MegaUpload and send the link.
About Q85, FT didn't support application fail over so option A is incorrect too, option A is talking about provide continuous availability of a business-critical application fails.
Option E for example, you can provide continuous availability of a critical hardware component fails using HA, you don't need FT for that.
I see option D how correct because imagine that you have an application and that app didn't support Cluster tools, VMWare FT is transparent, the application didn't see how a cluster app environment.
In my point of view I think the option A, B and D are correct.
Where a ver 3.0 posted!!
Leonardo you mentioned that you upload a correct file 6 hours ago. Where is this? Does it take time to get upload? Did the upload fail? Please repost as most of us can not see the new file.
HA is greatly changed everyone, the questions about host isolation suffer from misunderstanding.
If host isolation occurs, it will if a set to power vms off, power vms off, however isolation is not only caused by managment network outages, with vsphere 5 if shared storage is utilised it also used a storage heartbeat as well as a managment heartbeat. To fully understand host isolation, i recommend you brush up on the changes start here (this is from yellow bricks blog)
Isolation Response is the action HA triggers, per VM, when it is network isolated from the rest of your cluster. Now note the "per VM", so a host will trigger the configured isolation response per VM, which could be either "power off" or "shutdown". However before it will trigger the isolation response, and this is new in 5.0, the host will first validate if a master owns the datastore on which the VMs configuration files are stored. If that is not the case then the host will not trigger the isolation response.
Q96: I believe that the correct answers should be B, D, E. I have read the FT white paper here:
And also FT description on page 37 of this document:
And I believe that these answer are more appropriate, because FT has no way to see if an application has failed, but it does offer continuity if hardware fails. I really cannot see why answer E is marked as wrong. What do you think?
Leonardo, I agree with LZ, for Q85 the correct answers should be A, B, E. Did you get the chance to read this article? http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1020651
If it's wrong, could you please send us the right references?
where I can I download the version 3 of which you speak?
Q21: In my opinion this is another trick question from VMWare, in question they are asking if you can't see template menu option. If connect correctly in your vCenter Server and you have a orphaned template, you will be able to see template menu but when you will perform a deploy from this template you will receive a error message. Is important you see that question is asking you about template menu no an error about deploy any template.
I uploaded version 3.0, six hours ago, I performed some more tests in my lab before upload.
I don't know if version 3 have more incorrect questions, so if anyone find wrong or think different insert a comment.
Q79 is listed twice and with different answers. Answer B and C must be right. EVC depends on enabled NX/XD (if available) and the same CPU families.
Please post results nobody has mention if corrections are OK or or if there are more questions nor present in this dump
has someone taken this test recently?
Ah, now im confused :/. A new version is at work? thanks :)
Leonardo, You mentioned that you were going to post a Version 3. Do you have a time table? I am planing to take this week.
Q.21 I think the answer is B,C.
Answer A is not really clear, what is proper format, what is not?
C is more specific. At least we have Orphaned Template ( Unfortunately I cannot "make" one to test)
Leonardo is right.
Q77: B C
Leonardo is right.
Q77: B C
Hello Smartwolf and Jjw,
I ready question 77 at least 100 times, I translated this question that way:
Original: Which two conditions will prevent a virtual machine from being successfully migrated using Storage vMotion?
My understand: Which two conditions will not guarantee a virtual machine from being successfully migrated using Storage vMotion?
If my translate is correct Jjw prove in his lab that option B+C are correct.
Gk any suggestion from question 10?
Q10 IMO need to review again.
As we known GAVG = KAVG + DAVG. So if DAVG is high, GAVG is high too.
CONS/s is only high if hosts do many metadata operations. If CONS/s is high, we have bottleneck but not vice-versa
Q77 correct is ;A,D
esx5 support active snapshots
B answer is error => during VMware Tools installation is not supported
C error=>Virtual machine disks must be in persistent mode or be raw device mappings (RDMs)
So D answer is correct!!
Q77: A D
In my lab:
A is correct at V5, incorrect at V4
B: Error message:
device 'CD/DVD Driver1' uses backing ' packages/5.0.0/vmtools/windows.iso', which is not accessible.
C: Error message:
Virtual machine is configured to use a device that prevents the operation: Device 'Hard disk 1' is disk which is not in persistent mode.
D is correct.
ps: Q4 is ESX 4.1, is not ESXi 4.1. So B is correct.
Q9 ref should be http://www.yellow-bricks.com/2011/07/15/vsphere-5-0-unmap-vaai-feature/
In Q4 I think the answer B is not new feature of V5. Both V4 and V5 can boot (not install) from USB device.
Sorry, I put the wrong values in my other post
I changed question 92 too:
In more 3 hours I will upload the version 3.0, if you have any review, please send me.
I confirmed using my lab:
Q18: B (I can disable a path using MRU)
Q85 - One of pre-recs to use I/O control is use a Certified Storage. My question if that storage is not certified can you monitor anything? I don't think so. I prefer to use answers B, C and A. I prefer option C because NMP can generate an I/O Workload unknown by I/O control.
Q124: Everyone knows that VMWare tests have many trick questions, I believe that is one of than. Analyze close the question not the answers.
Which VLAN value permits virtual machine guest tagging in vSphere 5 environment?
Option A didn't tag nothing in vSphere environment, only can see traffic on any VLAN, and leave the VLAN that intact, in other words, port 4095 see but not tag.
In my opinion the best answer is B, that value really tag the traffic. If in answer have 2 values that tag the traffic, for example 1 and 46, but no, have only one value that really tag the traffic.
Q17 and 89 is the same, I fixed that.
Q91: using the highest baseline you need to reboot ESX if you add an ESX with more features, so I believe if you use the lowest baseline you will not have the reboot problem. Have two options related with highest baseline, in your opinion why option B is correct and D no?
Q81: I will confirm that in lab, but in question C the answer didn't say that you need to select an adapter when you select "Migrate Virtual Machine Networking" the answer talking how is possible migrate only a virtual machine. And I think when you select "Migrate Virtual Machine Networking" you need to migrate all resources: VM, Network adapters and port group.
Option B write to you migrate all port group where VM is configured.
But I will confirm that.
Guys with your help I corrected more questions. I will download today a version 3.0, I will review a little more, so if you have some comments or correction please send ASAP.
Q 124 I think is A. (4095) - based on this - http://www.yellow-bricks.com/2010/06/10/vlan-id-4095/
Q93. Answer C. The template conversion only renames the vmx file. is correct for people who are unsure.
Hi Bob, I Agree Q74, Answer should be "C"
See my post regarding Q74 below.
I think Q74 is C. The default load balancing policy (that dictates how NICS are used) is route based on port ID, which means that VM's are assigned NICS based upon thier port numbers - Not the other way around, you do not assign NICS to ports or port groups. The only way to do this is to use Explicit Failover Order. That's my opinion anyway.
Q28 is B. The default is to Leave Powered On so nothing will be failed over.
Good call :-D Random was on hahaha. OK - I will help with my input on the answers also
Bob, I'm correcting this VCE. The question number might be 1 or 2 off from the original because I have deleted some, but should be pretty close. and you would be able to tell cause I leave enough info to make out what question i'm speaking of. What are you using to view the VCE, because you may have random question order turned on?
Guys, which exam vce file are you all correcting? I can't seem to marry up your questions numbers to the order in which they appear in the VMWare.BrainDump.VCP-510.v2011-10-27.by.Leonardo.BR.159q.vce dump?
Making another correction to my previous post on Q85
I believe the answer is A,B,E
A. The datastore is connected to an ESX/ESXi 4.0 host that does not support Storage I/O Control
B. The datastore is on an array that is performing system tasks such as replication.
E. The datastore is connected to an ESX/ESXi 4.0 host that is not managed by vCenter
Read these to see if you agree
Guys, found another possible mistake, Q85. I believe the answer is A,B,C
I Think the answer A. The datastore is connected to an ESX/ESXi 4.0 host that does not support Storage I/O Control. is correct
Read the Problem part of this URL:
Please give me your feedback on this guys.
Guys, I would really appreciate your feedback on the last few questions I put out there, you I'm updating this VCE with the most correct answers, but I would like your feedback to insure I don't put up incorrect answers.
Hi Guys, I really think Q81 is incorrect. B. Migrate the port group containing the virtual machine from a vNetwork Standard Switch using the Migrate Virtual machine networking option.
You can't migrate an entire port group. You still have to select the virtual machines from a list to migrate using the Migrate Virtual Machine Networking option.
The explanation shows how to migrate existing virtual adapters, which can only migrate VMkernel portgroups NOT virtual machines.
I believe the answer should be C. Use the Migrate Virtual machine networking option to select the virtual machine from a list of virtual machines.
Please let me know what you all think?
Guys, I think Q74 the answer should be "C" The uplink automatically becomes a part of the IP-based NIC team
When you add an uplink, to a vSS it becomes active for its port groups too. Read the link below it states
"By default, new adapters are active for all policies. New adapters carry traffic for the standard switch and its port group unless you specify otherwise."
Does anyone disagree with me??
Guys, I'm half way through updated version. Can we confirm Q28 is answer "B" All VMs on all hosts in the cluster are unaffected. ?
I have passed exam by this dump. It's helpful. My score is 344, just a bit more than 300, the passing score.
Thanks for Leonardo and all of you.
In my exam, about 11 questions aren't in this dump, so I have to do them by my experience and feeling.
The 137 answer is:B,D,E
correct is :B,D,E
The answer A is vmfs extend .But storage I/O control not support datastores multiple extend.so A answer is bad.
storage i/o control support NFs-connect storage ,So B is coreect!!
Q42 correct is :B,D,E
The answer A is vmfs extend .But storage I/O control not support datastores multiple extend.so A answer is bad.
storage i/o control support NFs-connect storage ,So B is coreect!!
I have taken the exam. These are the real questions. I took it a week ago and failed using the stock pass4sure. They do not update very often. This dump seems to be a lot closer. There were no Maximum questions. I only ran into about 5 that were not in the dump.
Are any of these questions actually in the current VCP5? These seem a bit simple, but reviews of the exam seem to suggest its pretty tough and requires a lot of real world admin knowledge and not just book learning. Any real reviews here?
Just to chime in on Q36, I think B and C are correct - http://www.yellow-bricks.com/2010/06/16/which-host-is-selected-for-an-ha-initiated-restart/
Even though the .pdf says A and B.
Q17 and Q89 are same, but have different answers.
Which are correct?
I just got an updated version that was used by a student to clear vcp-510. I have uploaded vce file here which will take some time to appear under vmware section.
If you don't want to wait that long - here is the pdf version for download - The size is 5MB - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=46WDN8A0
Please everyone take a look at the answers. I believe most of them are correct. If you find wrong one please post correct answer with explanation.
i need verification for the following questions:
Q.91 - I believe it's C, but I saw another exam say its B.
Q.92 - I believe it's A+D, but I saw another exam say its B+C
Q.99 - I've seen A+B and A+C be the answers. Not sure which one is correct.
Can anyone shed some information on which is the correct answer?
I second Leonardo suggestion for Version 3 with correct answers. I have posted the updated copy at other location and will share any comment received towards wrong answers. Hope we can have version 3 soon as, I am scheduled to take the test on 7th Nov.
Let's go guys, lets review the version 2.0 from DUMP. Send your opinions and explanations. Let's build the version 3.0 only with correct answers.
Thanks for all,
if you have a look a the screenshot in the provided answer it seems as if they just mixed the correct answers up.
Questions asks for tasks being solved by the vmkernel. Provided Answers adres the iSCSi card.
For question 92, what is correct answer?
The question 21 saw: "deploy Virtual Machine from this template menu option is unavailable", the menu is not available, if you log in ESXi host this menu didn't appears and the option A The template has not been stored in the proper format, when I read that answer I imagine that administrator is click in a regular virtual machine. I believe that option A and B are correct.
Question 28: you're correct the default response when happens a Isolation Response is "Leave powered on".
Host isolation response determines what happens when a host in a vSphere HA cluster loses its management
network connections but continues to run. Host isolation responses require that Host Monitoring Status is
enabled. If Host Monitoring Status is disabled, host isolation responses are also suspended. A host determines
that it is isolated when it is unable to communicate with the agents running on the other hosts and it is unable
to ping its isolation addresses. When this occurs, the host executes its isolation response. The responses are:
Leave powered on (the default), Power off, and Shut down. You can customize this property for individual
Page 26 from vsphere-esxi-vcenter-server-50-availability-guide.pdf
Question 29: I see 4Gb configured in that resource pool, if you force your eyes you can see the value 16384 in down right corner, I see that how shares value, but don't have other alternative that fit.
Question 41: If you have a Windows 2003 server and want to know the I/O contention, what counter you configure in perfmon? I/O wait, the same when you need to know I/O contention in Linux machines, you use I/O wait. Why you use %RDY to verify the CPU contention. Why I use the column %WAIT when I run resxtop?
%RDY -> was ready to run, but was not provided CPU resources on which to execute.
%WAIT -> spent in the blocked or busy wait state
I'm not shure but I choose option B.
Q92 has the wrong answers marked, even though the explenation is correct.
"The vSphere Client is connected to an ESXi Host"
If you are connected to an ESXi host there are no templates available at all.
The question states that the option is just unavailabe.
The provided answer ist still incorrect, since behaviour changed from vSphere4 to vSphere5.
incorrect since the hosts has only 4GB available?!
incorrect, since D should read RDY.
Wait is incorrect regarding contention
Please if you find any question wrong please insert explanation, don't send only the alternatives. I believe with help we will get 100% of correct answers.
One guy use the version 1.0 of this dump and pass with 356 points.
Thanks for all
I just rechecked in my lab, with mru path policy the active path can be disabled.
Answer B should be correct! The Explanation in the dump doesn`t fir exactly so I think this need to be reviewed (The VCG Sump Version lists B as answer as well!)
found this one on another forum:
I think the question should be "VMwareAccepted" rather than VMware Supported. In the question they also ask for two possible answers. According to VMware documentation Host acceptance level of "VMwareAccepted" allows VIB acceptance of "VMwareAccepted and VMwareCertified.
Look at this table
Sounds good to me