NetApp NS0-592 Exam Dumps

NetApp NS0-592 Exam Dumps

NetApp Certified Support Engineer ONTAP Specialist

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What is NETAPP NS0-592 Exam ?

The NetApp NS0-592 exam, also known as the NetApp Certified Support Engineer - ONTAP Specialist exam, is a certification exam that validates a candidate's knowledge and skills in supporting NetApp ONTAP storage systems.

The exam covers a wide range of topics, including:

NetApp ONTAP architecture and components
NetApp ONTAP installation and configuration
NetApp ONTAP management and troubleshooting
NetApp ONTAP performance and capacity management
NetApp ONTAP data protection
NetApp ONTAP security and compliance
The exam also covers troubleshooting and support topics, such as:

Gathering and analyzing log files
Opening and managing support cases
Using NetApp support tools and resources

To be eligible to take the NS0-592 exam, you must have at least six months of experience in supporting NetApp ONTAP storage systems. You should also have a good understanding of networking, storage, and virtualization technologies.

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NS0-592 Sample Question Answers

Question 1

A customer reports that a takeover has been disabled on an HA pair.What would be a cause for this to happen?

A. The HA interconnect is not functioning properly.
B. There is a disk running too hot.
C. The interface for the hardware assist has become unavailable.
D. The cluster network is not functioning properly.

Question 2

Your customer has initiated several volume move commands to redistribute the workload in their 8- node cluster. To verify that this process is not affecting their client access, they were monitoring the network switches that provide client access, but they do not see the network load of the volume move command.In this scenario, what is the reason for the behavior? 

A. The volume move command uses the HA iWarp interconnect, not the client access switches.
B. The volume move command uses copy offload protocol, so it does not show up when monitored.
C. The volume move command uses the intercluster LIFs, not the data LIFs.
D. The volume move command uses the cluster interconnect switches, not the client access switches.

Question 3

When does ONTAP 9.5 overwrite a block that contains existing data? 

A. after a user edits a file
B. after the block has been marked free
C. when file permissions are changed
D. when a file is copied in a LUN

Question 4

The root aggregate on your single-node ONTAP cluster failed. You have the configuration backups saved on your FTP server? In this scenario, which two steps are part of the recovery procedure? (Choose two.)

A. Perform a Netboot using the configuration backup.
B. Create a new aggregate and set its ha_policy option to sfo.
C. Boot into maintenance mode.
D. Create a new root aggregate and set its ha_policy option to cfo.

Question 5

A customer mentions that their intercluster SnapMirror replication operations consistently take much longer than normal. While troubleshooting, you want to initiate a test SnapMirror session to collect performance data.How would you accomplish this task? 

A. Run the network test-path command to simulate a SnapMirror connection and record the latency/throughput data.
B. View the active network connections to the node to see if there a large number of active connections. 
C. Use the ifstat command to collect network performance data for the physical interface. 
D. Run the network statistics lif show command for the intercluster LIF to simulate a network connection. 


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