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What are the four types of Active/Active Configurations?
Active/Active
Mirrored Active/Active
MetroCluster
fabric attached MetroCluster
What three tasks in an Active/Active configuration pass across the interconnect?
Continually check whether the other node is functioning
Mirror log data for each other’s NVRAM
Synchronize each other’s time
Mailbox disks on the root volumes of an Active/Active configuration perform what tasks?
❖ Maintain consistency between the pair
❖ Continually check whether the other node is running or whether it has
performed a takeover
❖ Store configuration information that is not specific to any particular
node
Use this configuration to
provide data and
hardware duplication to
protect against a larger scale
disaster.
Fabric-attached
MetroCluster
Use this configuration to
provide data and
hardware duplication to
protect against a local
disaster (for example, a
power outage to one
node).
Stretch
MetroCluster
Use this configuration to
add increased data
protection to the benefits
of a standard
active/active
configuration.
Mirrored
active/active
configuration
All Active/Active configurations are limited up to 500 meters except which one?
Fabric-attached MetroCluster
True or False?
The same system software, such as Common Internet File System (CIFS),
Network File System (NFS), or SyncMirror, must be licensed and enabled
on both nodes.
True