VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

Q:

What happens to a virtual machine on a failed host in a vSphere HA cluster? A:

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

vSphere HA attempts to reboot the virtual machine on another host in the cluster.

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

The virtual machine is vMotion migrated to another host in the cluster.

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

The virtual machine is rebooted once its disks are Storage vMotion migrated to another host in the cluster.

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

The virtual machine is retrieved from the backup, synchronized, and then restarted.

Q:

If Fault Tolerance will be configured, which statement is correct about the ESXi host BIOS? A:

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

Certificate checking must be enabled.

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

Hyperthreading must be enabled.

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

Power capping must be enabled.

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

Hardware virtualization must be enabled.

Q:

What happens when the host running the primary fault tolerant virtual machine fails? Choose two.

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VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

The primary’s disks are Storage vMotion migrated to a new host and the primary is restarted.

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

The secondary virtual machine takes over and becomes the primary virtual machine

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

HA starts another secondary virtual machine

VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance

A recent backup will be retrieved and marked as the primary virtual machine.

Q:

In vSphere 5.0, what is the recommended maximum number of fault tolerant virtual machines

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