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Oracle 1Z0-581 Exam -

Free 1Z0-581 Sample Questions:

Q: 1
The storage administrator is viewing the Axiom storage systems and would like to create a volume for the SAN host. Which GUI component is used to manage this task?
A. AxiomONE MaxMan
B. AxiomONE Storage Services Manager
C. AxiomONEStorage Manager
D. AxiomONEQoS Manager
Answer: A
Explanation: Java-based GUI for multi-system management. This client application, called AxiomONE MaxMan, allows for the management of multiple Pillar Axiom systems through a single interface.
Pillar Axiom MaxMan enables you to easily access powerful data protection capabilities that generate full copies of data with volume copy and backup features. You can also use a rich set of space-efficient data protection tools with copy-on-write clone functionality for SAN as well
as NAS environments. It also enables centralized management of storage infrastructure by integrating with leading management framework software such as Oracle Enterprise Manager

Q: 2
The storage administrator is creating a volume and wants to protect it from a full Brick failure. Identify the protection level needed to accomplish this configuration.
A. Standard Redundancy
C. Double Redundancy
D. assigning the volume toa Storage Domain
Answer: C
Explanation: When a factory-fresh, single-SATA Brick system is first powered up, Persistence (which is the Pillar Axiom data store containing many system settings) will be configured on that Brick.
Persistence will be doubly-redundant with both instances residing on the same Brick (on two data LUNs). If additional Bricks are added later, Persistence will not be migrated to locate the different copies on separate Bricks for higher protection against single-Brick failure.
Reference: Pillar Axiom 300, 500, and 600. Release notes, Persistence Vulnerability in Single- SATA Brick Systems

Q: 3
The development team needs a volume that contains data from the production system for testing. Identify the best Pillar Axiom storage system method that can solve this challenge.
A. Copy LUN
B. Clone LUN
C. Snapshot
D. Clone Volume
Answer: B
Explanation: For SAN, the Pillar Axiom storage system provides snapshot backup and restore capability at the LUN level.
You can provide data protection for a LUN by cloning the volume. You can clone a LUN manually or create a schedule by which the system automatically creates a Clone LUN on a predefined basis.

Q: 4
The storage administrator is creating a LUN. Which organizational units can the LUN be assigned to?
A. Storage Class
B. Typical Access
C. Volume Group
D. Storage Domain
E. Clone LUN Group
Answer: C
Explanation: Volume groups are organizational units that can contain any grouping of logical volumes and nested volume groups
Note: A LUN is defined as:
A logical volume within a storage area network (SAN).
Administrators assign storage resources and Quality of Service (QoS) attributes to each logical unit (LUN).
Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide

Q: 5
From which three sources can the system information be collected and placed into the bundle?
A. Slammer hardware components
B. Brick hardware components
C. Client hosts with APM
D. AxiomONEStorage Manager
E. SAN Switch
Answer: A,B,C
Explanation: System information can be collected from the following sources and placed into the system log bundle:
* Slammer hardware components
* Brick hardware components
* Client hosts
* Pilot hardware component
Note: To help diagnose a situation that might exist, the Oracle Pillar Customer Support might request that you collect into a single bundle certain logs and other diagnostic information and then send the bundle to Pillar Customer Support for
Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, About System Log Bundles

Q: 6
By using which Pillar Axiom feature can you allocate system resources and handle data flow according to its business priority?
A. Quality of Service
B. Thin Provisioning
C. Storage Domains
D. Storage Profiles
Answer: A
Explanation: QoS policies are available for the following properties:
* Processing queue priority and data access efficiency, known as priority
*Preferred storage media, known as Storage Class
*Number of mirror copies, known as redundancy
*Performance optimization, known as a combination of access bias and I/O bias
Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, About Quality of Service

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