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|Exam||VCP510 - VMware Certified Professional 5 - Data Center Virtualization (vSphere 5.0/5.1 Based)|
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pls is the exam dump for VCP510(Install, Configure and manage) or is it for VCP5-DCV
I was wrong on B44...indeed you can browse all objects. This dump is correct. I confused PowerCLI with remote CLI. Apologies for confusion.
Gubu, please feel free to yank my (Ytsejamer1) comment on that one to avoid confusion.
VSS supports ONLY egress traffic shaping. VDS supports both ingress AND egress traffic shaping. Gubu's answers are correct on this one.
BobbyD78, I'd use the later Gubu 399q dump from Sept 12th or something. It's got a couple additional and fixed questions. There's a few on there that seem incorrect to me, but it's definitely better than even commercially available dump exams.
Exam E, Question 4 is incorrect:
Two ways that ESXi 5.1 differs from 4.1.
Answers in the test are supporting larger hard drives and booting from additional sources. Supporting VMs with larger hard drives is NOT correct.
See Config maximums on VMs...you can see both versions support VMs with 2TB-512B:
Also...per this VMware article, "ESXi 4.x VMware ESXi does not support web access at this time. ESXi 5.x The vSphere Web Client provides a browser-based alternative to the traditional vSphere Client":
Answers should be that 4.1 and 5.1 differ by additional boot methods (UEFI boot support) AND web client access
68/85 (80%) Questions Were Correct When I Gave My Exam On Dec 26 2013. I Believe These 17 Questions Include Both Wrong Answers & New Questions. It Is Better To Go Through Multiple Dumps.
Is this dump still valid? Taking the exam next week...
Great test. One answerI am 95% sure is incorrect
Exam E Q 13: Three features available only on a vDS
A: Port Mirroring
D: Ingress Traffic shaping - This should be Egress traffic shaping. The term ingress or egress refers to how the traffic is perceived by the physical switch. With a vDS you can traffic shape on inbound traffic which is egress traffic from the virtual switch.
Not to make things more complicated but this is for FYI...section D Q38 regarding an administrator deploying several ESXi 5.1 Hosts. Centralized logging and accurate timestamps are A REQUIREMENT FOR THE DEPLOYMENT. Which two operations ensure these requirements are met.
So...in BOLD is the key to this question. Per this VMware KB: http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/topic/com.vmware.vsphere.vcenterhost.doc_50/GUID-1D3F3A11-9FD2-44FB-A25C-2AD735EC378D.html , you can ONLY configure syslog collector to hosts deployed with AutoDeploy...otherwise, you'd have have manually set the syslog collector information on the HOST after deployment is complete.
The trick in this question is that this setting is REQUIRED for the deployment...ie Autodeploy being the only way this REQUIRED setting can be set. This KB indicates that the vSphere vCenter server appliance is to be used per VMware.
1- Thanks God, passed 2 days ago in Egypt with score (428) only 3 or 5 new questions.
2- Thanks Gubu, for that amazing dump because it was well organized, categorized & it has a lot of answers with the reason why we have to take those choices and also with screen shots that makes it easy to study not to memorize.
Thanks again Gubu, please keep it up.
Which three tasks can be selected from home page of ESXi 5.x Host? (Choose three)
- Browse NFS mounts for this host
- Download the PowerCLI installer
- Browse objects managed by the host
- Download VMware vCenter or the vSphere client from vmware.com
- Shutdown or Restart the host
The correct answers are (as correctly indicated in the explanation):
- Browse NFS mounts for this host
- Download the PowerCLI installer
- Download VMware vCenter or the vSphere client from vmware.com
Those answers do not get credit for the question in the exam module. One of the wrong answers are highlighted as being a correct one. I think the answer code or whatever needs to simply be fixed in the exam.
The explanation is correct.
Passed today, still valid. Thanks Gubu!
100% valid in the UK!! Just passed :)
As a follow up for A20. the ONLY answer should be to start the SSH service on the host. "User management commands are deprecated."
All the way at the bottom:
On A20 regarding what to do to enable SSH on the host. Your answers are to create another local user and then start the SSH service on the host. (A and B respectively). By default, SSH is NOT blocked by the firewall, so C isn't a good answer. Enabling root logon (D) isn't valid.
I'm not seeing anything on VMware's documentation regarding creating local users.http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.vmware.vcli.migration.doc_50%2Fcos_upgrade_technote.1.4.html
Beyond that, the only answer should be B.start the SSH service.
Cheers Gubu, passed.
Well how many Overall questions we have to attempt in INDIA to Pass VCP-510 Exam i.e VmWare vSphere ICM 5.1 ( Install, Configure, Manage ) Certification Exam.
Is it 85 or something else ?
Also do we get 2 Hours i.e 120 Minutes for attempting the Overall Questions ?
Can any one form indiaChennai, Please confirm this dump is valid in India?
Please help me, I am going to take this exam on next week.Thank you.
Took last week (27Sep), pass. Still valid.
Hi gubu, thanks for the dumps, passed the exam 2 weeks ago :)
Dump is still valid, got 3 new questions, passed today, from Toronto Canada..
Thank you, cheers
Hi All please recommend me institute for classroom VCP5-DCV course ,I m from India Bangalore. Any friends from India support highly appreciated
Thanks Gubu!!!! this is absolutely valid in Malaysia. all questions are from this dump. they might shuffle the answer. So just ensure that you study and just use this dump as study aid.
Good job Gubu!
New version posted.
3 corrections and 5 new questions.
Dump is valid in India. Took the test yest and got a 465/500. Thanks Gubu:)
You're absolutely right. A & C are the good answers.
@Haed98: New question. The correct answers are A and C.
TCP is only used, not UDP. See http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-4-esxi-installable-vcenter/index.jsp?topic=/com.vmware.vsphere.esxi_server_config.doc_41/esx_server_config/securing_an_esx_configuration/r_tcp_and_udp_ports_for_management_access.html for ports used.
There is a service called CIM Server in the Services section in the Security Profile.
Just want to submit a NEW question found in the VCP5-DCV mock exam:
Q: An administrator finds that the Hardware Status tab is unavailable when an ESXi host is selected in vCenter Server.
Which two steps could be taken to investigate the issue? (Choose two.)
A: Check to see if TCP port 5989 is open on the vCenter Server to allow CIM traffic.
B: Check the status of the vCenter Hardware Service in vCenter Service Status.
C: Check the status of the CIM Server service on the Security Profile of the host.
D: Check to see if UDP port 5989 is open on the vCenter Server to allow CIM traffic.
Answer: A & D because:
- The status of the vCenter Hardware Service is checked in the plug-In Manager.
- There is no service with " CIM Server service".
- The CIM Data Feed service status is checked in the vCenter Service status
Thank you very much for your valuable support and help..
Thanks Gubu, passed today in the UK, 400/500. All questions were covered in this dump.
@Gubu84 Thanks so much for this dumb. Absolutly valid dump. passed with 400+ today. All questions from this dump.
Thank you for this dumb. This is absolutly valid and all questions were from this dumb. Passed it with 470 +. Only studied this and passed it
I made it today with 400+ score thanks to this dump. Appreciated your efforts.
Please can someone help me with the iso file for vCenterServer/client I could download the trial version of ESXi 5.1 from VMware site but coundn't download that of vCenter Server/Client.. Or is there any way to download it for evaluation version?
my email is email@example.com.
Dear All, Please can someone help me with the iso file for vCenterServer/client I could download the trial version of ESXi 5.1 from VMware site but coundn't download that of vCenter Server/Client.. Or is there any way to download it for evaluation version?
Thanks Gubu..Passed today with 444 in India..
Just took the exam today and score 444, same as AA.
Still works in the US casually reviewed the 300+ questions for about 3-4 days then took the test scored a 420. Thanks Gubu
Took the test today and passed with a score of 444
@gubu84 ..Thanks for the explanation
G26: There's no option to create your own baseline. The baseline with the fewest CPUs listed contains the newest CPUs.
E50: VMware have said that since v3 that VMFS has the same performance as RDM. For I/O intensive applications Eager zeroed is the best on first write followed by lazy and thin. After first write lazy and thin are as good as eager. So the consensus is to pick eager and lazy.
B46: See the last sentence here: http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-4-esxi-installable-vcenter/index.jsp?topic=/com.vmware.vsphere.esxi_server_config.doc_40/esx_server_config/configuring_storage/t_add_local_storage.html
" If you use the vCenter Server system to manage your hosts, the newly created datastore is automatically added to all hosts."
G,Q26 should be C because it create new base line and only latest family. let me know if this is true?
E,Q50 : was it supposed to be Raw Device Mapped Disk & Thick Provision Eager Zeroed Disk? I thought answer was different.
B, Q46 : I think answer should be "manual refresh is required on each ESXi host"
let me know if that is true. Thanks
This is valid in the United States, thanks Gubu84! Passed today with a score in the 400's (passing score is 300, so I had plenty of room). Most of the questions and exhibts that were in the exam were covered by this dump. There were a handful of different questions (maybe 3-4), but nothing that was really outside the box of what's covered here.
Big thanks Gubu :)passed today with 475, nearly all questions from this dump some questions reworded , and some answers reworded too, approx 7 new questions don't recall exactly but they are derivatives of previous questions so if you understand the theory the answer will be quite obvious ,
Hi again Tushar: I know this link is from 4.1 but it probably still applies: pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-5-esx-vcenter/index.jsp?topic=/com.vmware.vsphere.bsa.doc_40/vc_admin_guide/performance_statistics/c_troubleshoot_cpu.html
Point 4: Increase the CPU shares to give the virtual machine more opportunities to run. The total ready time on the host might remain at the same level if the host system is constrained by CPU. If the host ready time doesn't decrease, set the CPU reservations for high-priority virtual machines to guarantee that they receive the required CPU cycles.
@tushar: I agree, the logic is warped. There are some machines that do need 2 or more vCPUs but it's usually mentioned as part of their minimum requirements in their documentation.
The blogger here (http://vmtoday.com/2010/08/high-cpu-ready-poor-performance/) recommends a few suggestions like:
Using Shares and/or Reservations on the VM
Reduce the number of vCPU's
Move the VM to a less used host
Move the VM to a more powerful host
Split the server in two.
The answer for us could be either "use shares" or "migrate to another host".
@Gubu84 But isn't that strange for logics? CPU Ready value by definition is that CPU is busy and is taking time for scheduling instructions, an extra vCPU should help the 1st vCPU in the act & performance should be improved. But, according to you and the article, it gets worse. What's the use of VMs with multiple CPU then!
I passed exam with 470/500. Dump is still valid in Germany, passed today :)
@Tushar Sakarkar: We can't have a long conversation on this forum because it limits you to 5 posts per day.
D12 has came up before with Oplix on my 14th August dump.We changed it based on 2 documents which suggested that adding vCPU actually made %rdy time worse, not better.
See the last line under the "What scenarios cause high CPU Ready times?" section.
There's also a VMWare PDF called "CPU Overcommitment
VMware vSPhere 5.1" which also recommends not adding extra vCPUs in an attempt to decrease %RDY. The author shows that it actually makes things worse.
@Gubu84 Qs # 342 (Exam D, Q12): If CPU Ready values is high, it means the vCPU is busy for the scheduling, so 2nd vCPU can be added for scheduling => for higher performance. In your 'explanation' you've said adding a vCPU will add to the CPU Ready value, which I consider wrong explanation. Would appreciate a dialogue regarding this. Thanks
@Gubbu Qs # 342 (Exam D, Q12): If CPU Ready values is high, it means the vCPU is busy for the scheduling, so 2nd vCPU can be added for scheduling => for higher performance. In your 'explanation' you've said adding a vCPU will add to the CPU Ready value, which I consider wrong explanation. Would appreciate a dialogue regarding this. Thanks
Congrats to all who passed using the dump.
E48: Maybe another badly worded question from vmware or whoever saw the original question remembered the answers incorrectly. The important thing to remember is that E1000, VMXNET 3 and VMXNET 2 (Enhanced) only appear when creating a VM.
E38: I looked up the storage array type (VMW_SATP_CX) and it uses MRU as the default path policy. From page 163 of vsphere-esxi-vcenter-server-50-storage-guide.pdf. Most Recently Used (VMware) The host selects the path that it used most recently. When the path becomes unavailable, the host selects an alternative path. The host does not revert back to the original path when that path becomes available again. There is no preferred path setting with the MRU policy. MRU is the default policy for most active-passive storage devices. The answer could be A or B but I think it's B.
A26:It could be either NFS or iSCSI. Look at this link: http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2012/02/storage-protocol-comparison-a-vsphere-perspective.html - a comparison of all storage types. There's a variation on this question that adds "must support raw device mapping" which makes iSCSI the answer.
valid dump. Passed! Gubu, Thanks very much!
Some of the wordings are changed.
Thx for your great job, I have 3 questions:
A26: why not iSCSI is the best ?
E38: in the case of Most Recently Used for FC, how many paths should be active? (cf. G29: in the case of Round Robin for FC, there're only 2 paths).
E48: I can only find "VMXNET2 Enhanced" from the link you provided, can't find "VMXNET2", neither "Enhanced VMXNET", what are they ?
This works. Passed with 430. Thanks!!!
hey Gubu, thank you bro. I passed with 475 from India. each and every questions were from this dumb. only few chnage answer options. I have gone through other dumps too but felt that many answers were wrong so atlast i found out this one which is more than enough and it helped me alot. Thank u dude..thank u so much. I really appreciate your hard work.
certbp: have you taken the test yet? how was it? did the dump help??
Passed today with 90% - there were a few "new" questions, but that may be because I hadn't specifically gone through each of the 50 question variations. I had done timed, 85 question, random order (questions and answers) tests, looking up answers from the official materials referenced in the blueprint whenever I got them wrong over the past week before taking the exam.
@Gubbu Ref: 3009 MB. As it is just one Resource Pool without a parent, moreover only one VM in the RP, Share value is 'irrelevant' and wouldn't be considered.
@Certbp Please share your exam result and your inputs. Thanks
Going for my exam tomorrow - I know it's been said plenty of times that your pass rate of 80% is greater than the 60% of the actual test, but I just wanted to thank you for your efforts with this, and say that I've been able to solidly score well over your pass rate. Thank you, I think I'll be able to sleep tonight instead of what I did back in college before the big exams. :-) I'll be sure to share my insights after taking the test tomorrow.
@Gubu84 Awesome, thanks for the explanation!
still valid in france.
@haed98: the 3,009 MB comes from 4 Gb (4,096 MB) less the virtual machine overhead.
@Joker163: Yes and Yes
@haed98: The guest VM has been configured for 4 GB host memory (4096 MB) but is only using 62 MB. ESXi uses a bit of the VM host memory, called Memory Overhead, for starting VMs and other tasks. The overhead here is 5Mb. The figure can vary a lot; I've seen 30 MB on 1 GB; 95 MB, 102 MB and 132 MB on 4 GB; 106 MB on 2 GB.
So 57 MB refers to the host memory in use, not the memory available, and 16,3840 refers to the memory share value, a relative figure used to divide out total available memory for this pool from total parent pool resources. 13,375 is 16,384 minus 3,009.
VMs host memory usage <= VMs guest memory size + VMs overhead memory
@Stah: The sections are roughly based on the exam blueprint topics. If you find you're not scoring high on a particular section then you need to study that topic more. Exams A to H (50 questions each) are only there to break the exam into manageable bits - it's much easier to study 50 questions than the whole 394 when you're starting off. As you get better you can set the testing for 85 questions like in the real exam, or to any number you want. The practice test pass rate is set to 80% whereas the real exam is 60%. As usual I recommend you randomise the questions and answers in the Certexam Manager options. There should be no duplicates.
@gubu84 Thanks for the effort, passed :) At least 3 new questions, a pair rephrased - like instead of "what permits" will be "what prohibits". Unfortunately can't remember nothing in particular, too much stress :)
First, this dump is really nice. My only question is testing with the 394 questions vs testing via the sections. Are the sections geared toward whats on the actual exam and there are duplicates? Just trying to understand the section vs the full dump. sorry if its a stupid question
Thanks Gubu84 for this great job.
I can't understand why the answer for the G48 is 'C'.
Any explanation would be great.
From digging around in my own setup I think it could actually be C "Increase the CPU reservations on the resource pool".
The question doesn't say whether the CPU Resources Limits was unchecked so I'd assume it was checked and set to maximum - it can't be increased. If the pool CPU reservation is set to 500MHz then we can't increase any of the VMs reservations beyond the 500 mark, and if we increase one vms reservation we have to take the cycles from the 500 so it might impact other vms? Each vm's limit is set to maximum, like the pool. So I think if we increase the pool's reservations then all the vms benefit.
I think that D "Increase the CPU limit on the resource pool" is the right answer.
Passed today with 460/500. ALL questions from this dump.
Thanks Gubu for your effort!!!
Regarding C50 - sorry, my fault, I meant to say that correct answers in my opinion are BC - the machine can be migrated but it won't be available on the network. If it has a static IP address, that is..
And just came to ask about H41 :) So, A is the correct answer?
@Korkin: C50 was originally BD. Was the explanation incorrect?
@CertBp: I'll correct H41 in the next release.
H41 appears to be an oversight. The answer text properly mentions that a limit is in place on the pool which would need to be removed or increased, however the answer deemed 'correct' states that reservations need to be increased.
Please make naming of your file -easy to understand,i have to search by upload date for it.
@Korkin: I'm working from memory - the question starts with a sentence about a physical nic being able to use jumbo frames. I think that is there to mislead. The question asks what is the default maximum transmission unit (MTU) in vSphere, in other words what is the default MTU. 1500.
the question is misleading; it starts with jumbo frames and then asks what the default MTU is. I think it's thereto confuse people who might read it quickly.
Regarding C50 - I go for BD.
Another question - c35 - default maximum MTU. Default is 1500, but maximum is 9000. Which word we take as the key word?
@Korkin: I get your point ;-) What do you think the correct answers should be?
@Gubu84 In the phrase "During a migration with vMotion, vCenter Server assigns virtual machines to port groups based on matching network labels" the keyword is "assigns" - meaning that the machines (which were migrated only based on the vmkernel ports' physical network configuration) will afterwards be placed de facto to wrong physical subnets because that's how the port groups with identical names are connected.
What a cumbersome sentence :) But please bear with my poor knowledge of English.
Anyhow, I stress out that vMotion is not restricted by and will not fail due to differences in port groups settings, only the network connectivity of the virtual machines themselves will suffer.
And speaking of labelling I of course meant the network broadcasting, not vMotion :) And the citation you provide is really too freely worded - starting from "are given the same label". Given by whom? Of course, by the admin that chooses to do it as best practice. But can't I name port groups differently - and still connect them to the same network?
And pay attention to this:"..physically connected to the same network (in the sense that each can receive broadcasts from the others).." Here they echo me: same physical network - broadcast's possible.
E30 - you are probably right, that's why I'll get 30 minutes extra on the exam :)
C50 - another badly worded question but from the vSphere documenation: vSphere vMotion Networking Requirements (http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-51/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.vmware.vsphere.vcenterhost.doc%2FGUID-3B41119A-1276-404B-8BFB-A32409052449.html)
Configure the virtual networks on vMotion enabled hosts as follows:
1. On each host, configure a VMkernel port group for vMotion.
2. Ensure that virtual machines have access to the same subnets on source and destination hosts.
3. If you are using standard switches for networking, ensure that the
network labels used for virtual machine port groups are consistent across hosts. During a migration with vMotion, vCenter Server assigns virtual machines to port groups based on matching network labels.
Note #3: During a migration with vMotion, vCenter Server assigns virtual machines to port groups based on matching network labels. So labels are important.
That could change the first answer to A "vMotion is not available between the two hosts"
If A is right B and C cannot be right because vMotion is not possible.
That leaves D "Broadcasts from the Production port group will not reach the Engineering port group.".
vSphere documenation: Port Group (http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.vmware.wssdk.pg.doc_50%2FPG_Ch9_Networking.11.4.html)
"Each port group is identified by a network label, which is unique to the current host. Network labels make virtual machine configuration portable across hosts. All port groups in a datacenter that are physically connected to the same network (in the sense that each can receive broadcasts from the others) are given the same label. Conversely, if two port groups cannot receive broadcasts from each other, they have distinct labels."
So I might change C50 to AD from BD
@ Korkin: E30 - Answer D says "Each LUN must present a unique LUN ID to each ESXi hosts." That's the opposite to "For multipathing to work properly, each LUN must present the "same" LUN ID number to all ESXi hosts", so I don't think D is right.
@Jordan: I won't change this dump unless there are significant changes and/or new questions.
Thx Gubu.. I passed exam. Dump is still valid. :D
One more question in question, so to say - c50.
On both servers the vMotion ports are in the same subnet, so vMotion seems possible.
Broadcasts reach every target in the same subnet if the connectivity exists - doesn't matter what label an administrator gave to the switches. And because Production port group on 01 and Engineering port group on 02 are connected to the same 20 subnet - why the broadcast won't reach them? And same happens with subnet 40. The virtual switches have uplinks to physical switches, they are not internal.
Disagree on E-30. I think the correct answers are BD
Zoning (LUN masking) is not required, it is just another tool to use if needed.
However "For multipathing to work properly, each LUN must present the same LUN ID number to all ESXi hosts."
Gubu84: Thanks so much for all your hard work and efforts on this exam. Only used yours as a study aid. Passed this morning - 433 - Canada.
By the way i just took the exam 2 hours ago. Passed with 465
Still Valid all question were on this dump a 100% valid in USA. Thank you Guru for the great work. --I'm planning to go for the VCAP5 - Datacenter Administration does anyone has anything on this exam that can help. Thank you for your response.
Passed with 400/500 on 8/29 in the US. Only maybe 5 new questions at the most. I finished the test in 40 minutes.
Just came out of the exam centre.
All questions from the dump only.
@Polishguy: Q A20 - SSH TCP port 22 is open by default. See VMware's vSphere 5 Documenation:
@Corn: The offical exam pass rate is 60% but I've set the practice pass rate to 80% to help with learning.
@All: Does anyone remember new questions?
Can confirm that this dump is valid in the UK. Passed yesterday with 432/500. Many Thanks
@ Corn: You need 60% to pass :) Passing score: 300 and Maximum score: 500
@Polishguy, SSH port is open by default but the service is stopped by default, you just have to start the service, i've did it recently in a Lab and it work. Gubu's answer is correct.
Here's a link on how to enable SSH:
had 11 questions entirely new and a few questions very much reworded. I did however pass using this in United States
If you open VCE got to Exam on the top. Then click options.
Under Item order you find a checkbox with randomise choices where enabled.
how we can change the answers order on the questions please if you have way please explain it step by step
Exam A (F20) is wrong. Asked my Trainer and he said, it is..
"Open the SSH port on the ESXi firewall" and
"Start the SSH service on the ESXi server"
..and not "Create an local user on the ESXi server".
Thx for your work! =)
Dont you need 80% to pass this exam?
hey guys. I took and passed the VCP510 today with a 367. I used this exam prep and the previous one, plus the VCP Prep book. I'd say it was about 90% of the questions from this exam, the rest were new, or maybe old. Thank you though
Hi , I have never written the VCP exam before. Can someone tell me how many questions it is and how long is it for. Also, how can i prepare for it with this dump that has over 300+ questions.
Thank you very much.
@Corn: 135 minutes = (90 + 30 minutes for exam) + 15 minutes to answer 8 questions in a survey. The questions are the same the world over.
@Corn: 85 questions in 90 minutes. You get an extra 30 minutes if your first language is not English.
Use the Visual CertExam Manager to pick the exam mode: take 85 questions from the entire exam file. Make sure that you've set Randomize questions and Randomize answers in Options.
Ive made a reservation for my exam, they say i have 135minutes to take the exam.
So does an exam consist of 50 questions? Would these questions be the same for Belgium?
I passed exam with 470/500. Dump is still valid in Germany.
I'm from Italy too. Did you study only on this dump? I will have my exam next week.
Thanks for the new update !
and 0zzy, congratulation for passing your exam.
How about your score?
hi gabu nothing in particular
Congratulations! Any new questions?
hi gubu, passed today ;)
New Update. Version 3.2
Duplicates Removed: G46
Corrected: D13, F1, G24, G26, E50, B36, A20
Thanks to Ozzy. KingJ, Rjf.