Execute the vparstatus -A command from any vPar.
Execute vparsenv -m nPars and then execute an ioscan.
You have installed the Virtual Partition software on an Integrity Server and have configured the first vPar. However, the Virtual Partition Monitor will not boot. What is the most likely cause?
The vPar OS has not been installed.
The vPar Database is corrupt or missing.
The HP-UX Kernel has not been made relocatable.
The desired vPars mode is not set using "vparenv".
Networking inside a virtual machine does not appear to be responding.
Based on the exhibits, what is the most likely cause?
There is no virtual NIC defined for the VM.
The virtual NIC has the wrong (virtual) MAC address.
The virtual NIC is defined using the wrong bus and device numbers.
The virtual switch that corresponds to the VM's virtual NIC does not exist.
The virtual switch that corresponds to the VM's virtual NIC is not powered on.
The virtual switch that corresponds to the VM's virtual NIC does not have a LAN number associated with it.
A customer is experiencing poor I/O performance in a virtual machine. Which actions can improve the performance? (Select two.)
Map virtual disks to files on the VM Host.
Install VMGuestLib bundle on the guest OS.
Install HPVM-Guest bundle on the guest OS.
Install the VMProvider bundle on the guest OS.
Map virtual disks directly to entire physical disks or LUNs on the VM Host.
A system is being managed by Process Resource Manager (PRM). The system is running three Oracle database instances, each one in a separate fair share scheduler group. After loading the configuration, the prmmonitor command shows the OTHERS group is consuming a significant amount of available resources while each of the PRM groups for the database instances are consuming very little resources. What could cause this?
The PRMID has not been configured correctly.
The mapping of processes to processor sets is not complete.
The application records for the databases do not map to all the processes associated with each database instance.
The executable records for the databases do not contain all the process IDs associated with each database instance.
After consolidating the hymes L2000 server to an Integrity Virtual Machine as shown in
the diagram, a customer is having performance problems with one of the Integrity Virtual Machines. Global Workload Manager is allocating resources between the virtual machines. Every virtual machine has an OwnBorrow policy with a minimum of 1, owns 2, and a max of 4. Snapshots from the top and hpvmstatus commands are available in the exhibit.
What is the likely cause of the performance problems on the hymes virtual machines?
The VM's entitlement is restricting the allocation of resources.
The VM is not assigned an adequate number of virtual processors.
The assigned gWLM policy does allow the VM to use its full entitlement.
There is a Temporary Instant Capacity maximum configured for the shared resource
You want to share resources between Bullseye and Hannah vPars. You also want to
maximize resource sharing and utilize Temporary Instant Capacity if needed.
Which HP Integrity Essentials Global Workload Manager policy should you assign to the vPars to guarantee that they have three processors if needed?
Fixed policy of 3 CPUs per vPar
Own Borrow policy of minimum one CPU, owns three CPUs, and maximum five CPUs for each vPar
Own Borrow policy of minimum two CPUs, owns three CPUs, and maximum five CPUs for each vPar
Own Borrow policy of minimum one CPU, owns three CPUs, and maximum seven CPUs for each vPar
Own Borrow policy of minimum three CPUs, owns three CPUs, and maximum seven CPUs for each vPar
You want to manage Bullseye and Hannah vPars with HP Global Workload Manager
(gWLM). You want to ensure that, if possible, utilization does not exceed 85% for either workload; even if it means activating Temporary Instant Capacity. In addition, you also want to maximize the flexibility of the solution.
How should you set up the gWLM policies?
CPU Utilization policy with a min of 1 CPU, max of 5 CPUs, target utilization of 85%
Own Borrow policy with a min of 1 CPU, max of 8 CPUs, target utilization of 85%
CPU Utilization policy with a min of 1 CPU, max of 7 CPUs, target utilization of 85%
Percent Utilization policy with a min of 1 CPU, max of 5 CPUs, target utilization of 85%
You want to manage Rex and Wheezy with HP Integrity Essentials Global Workload
Which Shared Resource Domain (SRD) or Domains do you need to configure to manage both complexes?
Configure Sid, Zurg, Bullseye, and Hannah in one SRD.
Configure Sid and Bullseye in one SRD; Zurg and Hannah in a second SRD.
Configure Sid and Zurg in one SRD; Bullseye and Hannah in a second SRD.
Configure Sid, Zurg, Bullseye, and Hannah each in their own SRD. Join the four SRDs into a resource sharing cluster.
Assume the Hamm Integrity VM has two virtual CPUs.
Which Global Workload Manager policy caps the utilization at 75% of a physical CPU for each virtual CPU?
Fixed policy with size 2
CPU Utilization policy with target utilization of 75%
Own Borrow policy with Min 0.5, Owns 1.2, Max 1.5
Own Borrow policy with Min 2.5, Owns 2.6, Max 2.75
A customer is consolidating six L2000 servers to Virtual Partitions running on an rx8620. Global Workload Manager (gWLM) is allocating processor resources to the vPars based on demand. However, the Sarge vPar is never receiving more than two processors, even
though there are unused resources in the other vPars. All of the vPars in the Doc nPar are using a factory supplied OwnBorrow policy with a minimum of 1, owns of 2, and a max of 4.
What could be preventing Sarge from being allocated more than two processors?
The Sarge vPar has its static attribute set to dynamic.
The workload policy for Sarge is set to Advisory mode.
The Sarge vPar has a lower priority than the other vPars.
The Sarge vPar has a vPar maximum of 2 specified in the vPar configuration.
Which command moves an Integrity Virtual Machine from one VM Host to another?
Where is the Global Workload Manager agent required in order to manage all the Integrity Virtual Machines in the GreenMen complex?
on the management processor of the GreenMen complex
on the MrPotato and MrsPotato Integrity Virtual Machine hosts
on the Slinky, Hamm, Andy, and Skud Integrity Virtual Machines
on the Global Workload Manager and HP System's Insight Manager central management station
There are several requirements when configuring Integrity Virtual Machines with the
ability to move between VM Host systems. Select two of the requirements.
a Serviceguard cluster
identical SCSI controller IDs
a common local area network.
SSH keys distributed to each VM Host
unique hostnames for the virtual machines
.rhosts files with root access allowed from each VM Host
Storage Area Network (SAN) based boot disk for each VM
A customer is using Global Workload Manager to manage processor resources on the
adams Integrity Virtual Machine host.
Which command changes the CPU entitlement to 70% on the melton Integrity Virtual Machine?
A customer created a Global Workload Manager shared resource domain named BuzzSrd. The CPUs allocated to the Sid and Zurg vPars remain constant even though the load on the Zurg warrants additional CPUs and the Sid vPar is not busy.
What could cause the CPUs to remain fixed? (Select two.)
The vPars have Fixed policies assigned.
The shared resource domain has been paused.
The shared resource domain is in Advisory mode.
The vPars have CPU Utilization policies assigned.
The Temporary Instant Capacity time has expired.
What does the dark blue utilization trace represent?
the number of CPUs being consumed by the workload
the percent of the compartment's maximum CPU being consumed by the workload
the percent of the compartment's current CPU allocation being consumed by the
the number of CPUs used by the workload as a percentage of the compartment's
Which Global Workload Manager command allows you to view the real-time status of the shared resource domain named GreenMenSRD that contains the Slinky, Hamm, Andy, and Skud Integrity Virtual Machines?
gwlm list --srd=GreenMenSRD
gwlm watch --srd=GreenMenSRD
gwlm monitor --srd=GreenMenSRD