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12G PowerEdge Rack Server Family

1.According to the Dell Server Number System, the 2nd character in Model M620 represents what value?
2.According to the Dell Server Numbering System, the 1st character in Model M620, represents what value?
3.According to the Dell Server Numbering System, the 4th character in Model M620 represents what value?
4.Which of the following are NOT the primary focus for Rack servers?
5.How many hard drives can be install the newest member of the PowerEdge family, the T20 Tower Server?
6.Certian Dell PowerEdge Tower servers can also be rack mounted. True/False
7.An example of a 1U high server would be?
8.What are the advantages of a system with a quad core processor vs. four single core processors?
9.As a general rule, 8 Blade servers would occupy more space in a rack then a Rack server. True/False
10.When measuring the rack server, the unit of measurement is represented by the letter?
11.According to the Dell Server Number System, the 3rd character in Model M620 represents what value?
12.Dell PowerEdge Rack Servers are designed to take up more space them tower designed servers. True/False
13.A 2 U high rack server is how high in inches?
14.What are the benefits of a rack-optimized server?
15.What advantages does a blade server give you?
2.12G PowerEdge Hardware
1.A typical PowerEdge Rack Server can support up to ___ DIMMS.
2.The term Dual Core referres to what?
3.What component would NOT be mounted to a Rack server system board?
4.Which of the three PCI slots provides the fastest speed?
5.The PowerEdge BackPlane provides a _________ communication circuit board that electronic components can
interface with.
6.When referring to ECC memory the E stand for?
7.The 12G PowerEdge servers do NOT support PERC8.
8.The Dell Rack servers do NOT include power supplies?
9.The term DDR3 referres to what type of memory?
10.PERC 8 RAID Controllers will support any vendors SATA devices?
11.The typical PowerEdge Rack Server can support redundant power supplies?
12.BIOS is an acronym for?
13.On Dell PowerEdge servers, the system board is often referred to as the?
14.What is the crucial function of the BIOS?
15.Which statement most accurately defines iDRAC.
16.The Processor, also known as the CPU, is comprised of the Arithmetic Logic Unit and the _____ unit?
17.How many cores does the newest Intel processor, the E5-2600v2 have?
3.Troubleshooting
1.QRL Codes provide which of the following? Choose 2
2.One of the first steps to determine if a problem exsists on a troubled system would be to______. Choose 3
3.Solid Green indicator lights on NIC's typically indicate _______.
4.When trying to resolve a troubled system, you should never talk with the user since they will only cloud the issue
with incorrect information.
5.What is the name of the Dell Diagnostics tool used to induce stress on memory.
4.Storage Concepts
1.What is a methodology for using hard drives to share or span data across multiple drive devices?
2.RAID 1 provides for Disk Mirroring. True/False
3.Of the supported RAID technologies, which is the most expensive.
4.RAID 0 provides which of the following?
5.The use of Hot Spares increases the amount of available storage in a RAID environment. True/False
6.Which of the following are supported RAID types with PERC? Choose 2
7.RAID 5 Can withstand a single disk failure and still recover data. True/False
8.RAID 6 requires how many disk devoted to parity?
9.RAID 5 can withstand multiple disk failures and still recover data. True/False
10.This component interacts with the microprocessor and memory or the microprocessor and storage devices to
write and retrieve data.
5.Networking Concepts
1.There are how many layers defined by the OSI model?
2.OSI referes to a model developed for network communications. True/False
3.When determining if a NIC is connected to a network at less than its maximum speed, what color will the Link
indicator be?
6.Server Management
1.Server Management involves _______ to perform simple or complex tasks.
2.iDRAC7 can inventory both hardware and firmware. This is ____ and does not require an OS be loaded.
3.iDRAC7 is available in which license types? Choose three.
4.iDRAC is an acronym for?
5.iDRAC7 with Lifecycle Controller requires that Agents be installed on each system to be monitored. True/False
Blade M1000e Introduction Exam
1.Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) is a major concern when handling components, especially expansion cards and system boards.
2.Very slight charges can damage circuits in ways that may not be obvious. Intermittent problems or a _________________ lifespan can
also result.
2.Blade System Technology Exam
1.Blades offer advantages over traditional servers: Simplicity of installation, computational density, power and cooling effiencies.
2.In the Dell Server numbering system, what does the 'M' in PowerEdge M620 stand for?
3.A Blade server's components do not include__________.
4.A Blade Server is essentially a single circuit board populated with components such as processors, memory and network connections that
are usually found on multiple boards.
5.Four M1000e enclosures can be physically installed in a _____rack.
6.Fabric A is integrated to the 2 LOMs also known as the Network Daughter Card in the 12th generation blade server system-boards;
therefore the I/O modules in fabric A must always be Ethernet.
7.The Blade chassis architecture generally employs redundant power, cooling & management, but only Dell ensures that all blade servers
have true Enterprise-class features to maximize uptime and reliability, also including _________.
8.According to the Dell Server Numbering System the last digit is used to represent what?
9.The enclosure provides ________, cooling, networking interconnects and management capabilities to all blade servers housed within the
chassis.
10.Using the M620 model as an example, according to the Dell Server Numbering System, which digit represents the number of sockets ?
11.Of the three (3) Dell PowerEdge Server types only the ______ is designed for maximum density for space optimization.
12.vFlash requires an iDRAC Enterprise card slot.
3.M-Series Blade Servers Exam
1.The three blade server memory modes available are optimized (Iindependent Channel), Advanced ECC (Lockstep) and mirroring.
2.Another card slot on the iDRAC enterprise is the vFlash and is identified by the wrench symbol. So the user has both the SD card and the
vFlash card for the embedded hypervisor. The SD card in the upper card slot becomes the primary and the card in the lower slot then
becomes the secondary.
3.Once the FlexAddress feature has been enabled, for long term storage requirements, users must leave the SD card plugged into the
CMC.
4.The FlexMem Bridge:
5.SAS, SATA and SSD drives cannot be mixed within a blade server.
6.A server blade diskless configuration: Choose 3.
7.Blade servers support up to four hot-pluggable 2.5-inch SAS, SATA, or solid-state disk (SSD) hard drives.
8.The CMC will validate the SD card and its contents before enabling FlexAddress functions.
9.The blade server daughter card is located within the CMC.
10.The VFlash SD card is labeled with a:
11.If a user chooses to go diskless there are ___________ to to maintain proper cooling, a uniform appearance and to provide EMI
shielding for the blade server.
12.PERC controllers are integrated into the M1000e chassis
13.The SD slot location on the blade M420 is located on the left side of the blade chassis and labeled as SD1, where vFlash card slot is
labeled as vFlash/SD2.
4.Blade System Form and Functionality Exam
1.The PowerEdge M___ blade server is a 12th generation, four socket blade.
2.When viewing the PoweEdge 11th generation M610 as an intergenerational comparison to the 12th generation M520 blade server, the
I/O, on the M520 is upgraded to the latest generation PCIe, Gen3.
3.The M1000e can house a maximum of 32 quarter-height M420 blade servers.
4.Some of the 12th generation of PowerEdge blade servers include__________. Choose 3
5.The M___ is a quarter-height PowerEdge blade server.
6.The PowerEdge M420 can house up to a maximum of 4 DIMM slots.
7.When installing a PowerEdge M420 blade server into a sleeve, slot numbering is as follows: from top to bottom, a, b, c, d.
8.The PowerEdge M820 has a memory capacity of up to ____.
9.Fresh air compliant configuration means________.
5.Blade System Deployment
1.What is the approximate weight, in pounds, of a fully populated M1000e chassis?
2.The RapidRails static rail system for the M1000e provides tool-less support for racks with square mounting holes.
3.When you first start up your M1000e, the screen on the LCD module directs youto configure the CMC network settings via a telnet
session.
4.When lifting the M1000e chassis out of its shipping crate:
5.The rack mounting kits that come with the M1000e is the VersaRails static rail system providing a tool-less method for mounting the
enclosure into a rack.
6.What is the approximate weight, in pounds, of the M1000e chassis with all components removed (empty)?
7.To maintain proper airflow, reducing the risk of the unit overheating it is important to ensure that all_______be properly mounted behind
the enclosure.
8.The CMC external management network mode is set by default to DHCP. To use a static IP address, you must change the setting using
the LCD Configuration Wizard.
9.Enabling access to the CMC allows you to access the CMC directly and securely thru the iKVM's CMC console option?
10.An I/O enumerator, maintains the sequence of cables in the order they are connected to the system.
6.Blade M1000e Series Management
1.The Health menu of the LCD display allows the user to view alerts, status information and health information for ________.
2.The PowerEdge M1000e System Control Panel / LCD shows extensive information about the status of ____________.
3.The M1000e chassis has an automated 1 to many operation and in regards to the CMC, the ability to view up to nine (9) different chassis,
along with the systems and networks associated with them.
4.The Chassis Management Controller is the central point for infrastructure monitoring and works hand and hand with the integrated DRAC
functionality, providing superior intelligent monitoring, alerting, inventory and control via a single secure interface. The second CMC for
redundancy is mandatory.
5.The active and standby CMCs must both be installed with the same firmware revision. If the firmware revisions differ, the system will
report as redundancy degraded.
6.The Service Tag, Asset Tag and IP Address are viewed through the CMC GUI only.
7.Some of the iDRAC security features include:______. Choose 3
8.The M1000e operator panel supports simplified initial chassis setup wizard.
9.The Operator Panel is always powered, even in chassis standby mode.
10.The Management Connections for the M1000e enclosure are _________. (select all that apply).
7.Blade System Management Basics
1.In the second half of 2010, the 2700W power supply capable of both 230V as well as 115V was introduced for the M1000e chassis. Dell
does not support the mixing of 230V and 115V within the same enclosure. However Dell DOES support a mix of the 2360W and 2700W
power supplies while running them both at 230V.
2.Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) saves power by using the minimum PSUs needed to power the chassis, resulting in
increased utilization of online PSUs and thus increasing their efficiency.
3.The PowerEdge M1000e can be configured with up to 2700 watt hot plug power supplies. The modes of support are N+N, N+1, N+0. N+N
stands for ____________.
4.A minimum of __ PSU's are required when configuring the M1000e for AC grid redundancy?
5.The second half of 2010 introduced both 115V and 230V capable power supplies.
6.The RapidPower PDU systems represent a streamlined and more efficient use of power delivery into the rack environment. As stated, the
products are optimized for Dells 42U and 24U racks and are compatible for deployment into previous Dell racks.
7.Dell Metered Rack Power Distribution Unit (PDUs) can be managed by which of the following.
8.The M1000e PSU LED status indicates the following: Green DC OK LED (DC output is valid), Amber Fault LED (_________),Green AC
OK LED (AC input is valid).
9.Which technology enables the PSU to move between On and Off states depending upon actual power draw conditions.
10.When Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) is enabled, the PSU units turn Off depending upon actual power draw conditions to
achieve high power efficiency by driving fewer supplies to maximum versus all with partial and less-efficient loading.
11.If the M1000e is configured with six power supplies and you do not want to make use of all six, you can manually turn off power supplies
not in use and automatically turn off unused PSUs with dynamic power engagement.
8.Blade System Power Management Exam
1.Which technology enables the PSU to move between On and Off states depending upon actual power draw conditions.
2.The second half of 2010 introduced both 115V and 230V capable power supplies.
3.The M1000e PSU LED status indicates the following: Green DC OK LED (DC output is valid), Amber Fault LED (_________),Green AC
OK LED (AC input is valid).
4.When Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) is enabled, the PSU units turn Off depending upon actual power draw conditions to
achieve high power efficiency by driving fewer supplies to maximum versus all with partial and less-efficient loading.
5.If the M1000e is configured with six power supplies and you do not want to make use of all six, you can manually turn off power supplies
not in use and automatically turn off unused PSUs with dynamic power engagement.
6.Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) saves power by using the minimum PSUs needed to power the chassis, resulting in
increased utilization of online PSUs and thus increasing their efficiency.
7.The PowerEdge M1000e can be configured with up to 2700 watt hot plug power supplies. The modes of support are N+N, N+1, N+0. N+N
stands for ____________.
8.A minimum of __ PSU's are required when configuring the M1000e for AC grid redundancy?
9.Dell Metered Rack Power Distribution Unit (PDUs) can be managed by which of the following.
10.The RapidPower PDU systems represent a streamlined and more efficient use of power delivery into the rack environment. As stated,
the products are optimized for Dells 42U and 24U racks and are compatible for deployment into previous Dell racks.
11.In the second half of 2010, the 2700W power supply capable of both 230V as well as 115V was introduced for the M1000e chassis. Dell
does not support the mixing of 230V and 115V within the same enclosure. However Dell DOES support a mix of the 2360W and 2700W
power supplies while running them both at 230V.
Blade M1000e Introduction Exam
1.Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) is a major concern when handling components, especially expansion cards and system boards.
2.Very slight charges can damage circuits in ways that may not be obvious. Intermittent problems or a _________________ lifespan can
also result.
2.Blade System Technology Exam
1.Of the three (3) Dell PowerEdge Server types only the ______ is designed for maximum density for space optimization.
2.Four M1000e enclosures can be physically installed in a _____rack.
3.A Blade server's components do not include__________.
4.According to the Dell Server Numbering System the last digit is used to represent what?
5.The enclosure provides ________, cooling, networking interconnects and management capabilities to all blade servers housed within the
chassis.
6.A Blade Server is essentially a single circuit board populated with components such as processors, memory and network connections that
are usually found on multiple boards.
7.Blades offer advantages over traditional servers: Simplicity of installation, computational density, power and cooling effiencies.
8.Fabric A is integrated to the 2 LOMs also known as the Network Daughter Card in the 12th generation blade server system-boards;
therefore the I/O modules in fabric A must always be Ethernet.
9.In the Dell Server numbering system, what does the 'M' in PowerEdge M620 stand for?
10.The Blade chassis architecture generally employs redundant power, cooling & management, but only Dell ensures that all blade servers
have true Enterprise-class features to maximize uptime and reliability, also including _________.
11.vFlash requires an iDRAC Enterprise card slot.
12.Using the M620 model as an example, according to the Dell Server Numbering System, which digit represents the number of sockets ?
3.M-Series Blade Servers Exam
1.A server blade diskless configuration: Choose 3.
2.The VFlash SD card is labeled with a:
3.If a user chooses to go diskless there are ___________ to to maintain proper cooling, a uniform appearance and to provide EMI shielding
for the blade server.
4.Blade servers support up to four hot-pluggable 2.5-inch SAS, SATA, or solid-state disk (SSD) hard drives.
5.The FlexMem Bridge:
6.SAS, SATA and SSD drives cannot be mixed within a blade server.
7.The SD slot location on the blade M420 is located on the left side of the blade chassis and labeled as SD1, where vFlash card slot is
labeled as vFlash/SD2.
8.The blade server daughter card is located within the CMC.
9.The CMC will validate the SD card and its contents before enabling FlexAddress functions.
10.The three blade server memory modes available are optimized (Iindependent Channel), Advanced ECC (Lockstep) and mirroring.
11.Another card slot on the iDRAC enterprise is the vFlash and is identified by the wrench symbol. So the user has both the SD card and
the vFlash card for the embedded hypervisor. The SD card in the upper card slot becomes the primary and the card in the lower slot then
becomes the secondary.
12.Once the FlexAddress feature has been enabled, for long term storage requirements, users must leave the SD card plugged into the
CMC.
13.PERC controllers are integrated into the M1000e chassis
4.Blade System Form and Functionality Exam
1.The PowerEdge M___ blade server is a 12th generation, four socket blade.
2.When installing a PowerEdge M420 blade server into a sleeve, slot numbering is as follows: from top to bottom, a, b, c, d.
3.The M1000e can house a maximum of 32 quarter-height M420 blade servers.
4.When viewing the PoweEdge 11th generation M610 as an intergenerational comparison to the 12th generation M520 blade server, the
I/O, on the M520 is upgraded to the latest generation PCIe, Gen3.
5.Fresh air compliant configuration means________.
6.The PowerEdge M820 has a memory capacity of up to ____.
7.The PowerEdge M420 can house up to a maximum of 4 DIMM slots.
8.The M___ is a quarter-height PowerEdge blade server.
9.Some of the 12th generation of PowerEdge blade servers include__________. Choose 3
5.Blade System Deployment
1.The CMC external management network mode is set by default to DHCP. To use a static IP address, you must change the setting using
the LCD Configuration Wizard.
2.An I/O enumerator, maintains the sequence of cables in the order they are connected to the system.
3.To maintain proper airflow, reducing the risk of the unit overheating it is important to ensure that all_______be properly mounted behind
the enclosure.
4.When lifting the M1000e chassis out of its shipping crate:
5.When you first start up your M1000e, the screen on the LCD module directs youto configure the CMC network settings via a telnet
session.
6.What is the approximate weight, in pounds, of the M1000e chassis with all components removed (empty)?
7.The rack mounting kits that come with the M1000e is the VersaRails static rail system providing a tool-less method for mounting the
enclosure into a rack.
8.What is the approximate weight, in pounds, of a fully populated M1000e chassis?
9.The RapidRails static rail system for the M1000e provides tool-less support for racks with square mounting holes.
10.Enabling access to the CMC allows you to access the CMC directly and securely thru the iKVM's CMC console option?
6.Blade M1000e Series Management
1.The M1000e operator panel supports simplified initial chassis setup wizard.
2.The active and standby CMCs must both be installed with the same firmware revision. If the firmware revisions differ, the system will
report as redundancy degraded.
3.The Management Connections for the M1000e enclosure are _________. (select all that apply).
4.The Service Tag, Asset Tag and IP Address are viewed through the CMC GUI only.
5.The Operator Panel is always powered, even in chassis standby mode.
6.The PowerEdge M1000e System Control Panel / LCD shows extensive information about the status of ____________.
7.Some of the iDRAC security features include:______. Choose 3
8.The Chassis Management Controller is the central point for infrastructure monitoring and works hand and hand with the integrated DRAC
functionality, providing superior intelligent monitoring, alerting, inventory and control via a single secure interface. The second CMC for
redundancy is mandatory.
9.The M1000e chassis has an automated 1 to many operation and in regards to the CMC, the ability to view up to nine (9) different chassis,
along with the systems and networks associated with them.
10.The Health menu of the LCD display allows the user to view alerts, status information and health information for ________.
7.Blade System Management Basics
1.When Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) is enabled, the PSU units turn Off depending upon actual power draw conditions to
achieve high power efficiency by driving fewer supplies to maximum versus all with partial and less-efficient loading.
2.The RapidPower PDU systems represent a streamlined and more efficient use of power delivery into the rack environment. As stated, the
products are optimized for Dells 42U and 24U racks and are compatible for deployment into previous Dell racks.
3.Dell Metered Rack Power Distribution Unit (PDUs) can be managed by which of the following.
4.The second half of 2010 introduced both 115V and 230V capable power supplies.
5.In the second half of 2010, the 2700W power supply capable of both 230V as well as 115V was introduced for the M1000e chassis. Dell
does not support the mixing of 230V and 115V within the same enclosure. However Dell DOES support a mix of the 2360W and 2700W
power supplies while running them both at 230V.
6.The M1000e PSU LED status indicates the following: Green DC OK LED (DC output is valid), Amber Fault LED (_________),Green AC
OK LED (AC input is valid).
7.A minimum of __ PSU's are required when configuring the M1000e for AC grid redundancy?
8.The PowerEdge M1000e can be configured with up to 2700 watt hot plug power supplies. The modes of support are N+N, N+1, N+0. N+N
stands for ____________.
9.If the M1000e is configured with six power supplies and you do not want to make use of all six, you can manually turn off power supplies
not in use and automatically turn off unused PSUs with dynamic power engagement.
10.Which technology enables the PSU to move between On and Off states depending upon actual power draw conditions.
11.Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) saves power by using the minimum PSUs needed to power the chassis, resulting in
increased utilization of online PSUs and thus increasing their efficiency.
8.Blade System Power Management Exam
1.Which technology enables the PSU to move between On and Off states depending upon actual power draw conditions.
2.A minimum of __ PSU's are required when configuring the M1000e for AC grid redundancy?
3.Dell Metered Rack Power Distribution Unit (PDUs) can be managed by which of the following.
4.The M1000e PSU LED status indicates the following: Green DC OK LED (DC output is valid), Amber Fault LED (_________),Green AC
OK LED (AC input is valid).
5.The second half of 2010 introduced both 115V and 230V capable power supplies.
6.The RapidPower PDU systems represent a streamlined and more efficient use of power delivery into the rack environment. As stated, the
products are optimized for Dells 42U and 24U racks and are compatible for deployment into previous Dell racks.
7.In the second half of 2010, the 2700W power supply capable of both 230V as well as 115V was introduced for the M1000e chassis. Dell
does not support the mixing of 230V and 115V within the same enclosure. However Dell DOES support a mix of the 2360W and 2700W
power supplies while running them both at 230V.
8.Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) saves power by using the minimum PSUs needed to power the chassis, resulting in
increased utilization of online PSUs and thus increasing their efficiency.
9.If the M1000e is configured with six power supplies and you do not want to make use of all six, you can manually turn off power supplies
not in use and automatically turn off unused PSUs with dynamic power engagement.
10.When Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) is enabled, the PSU units turn Off depending upon actual power draw conditions to
achieve high power efficiency by driving fewer supplies to maximum versus all with partial and less-efficient loading.
11.The PowerEdge M1000e can be configured with up to 2700 watt hot plug power supplies. The modes of support are N+N, N+1, N+0.
N+N stands for ____________.
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