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Practicing with NCM-MCI NCM-MCI-6.5 exam dumps questions can help you build confidence and reduce exam anxiety. By familiarizing yourself with the types of questions you can expect to see on the NCM-MCI-6.5 Nutanix Certified Master - Multicloud Infrastructure (NCM-MCI)v6.5 exam and mastering the concepts and skills required to answer them, you can approach the exam with greater confidence and a sense of calm. Besides, NCM-MCI-6.5 dumps questions can help you achieve this level of knowledge and confidence. Study free Nutanix NCM-MCI-6.5 exam dumps below.

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1. Task 16

Running NCC on a cluster prior to an upgrade results in the following output

FAIL: CVM System Partition /home usage at 93% (greater than threshold, 90%)

Identify the CVM with the issue, remove the fil causing the storage bloat, and check the health again by running the individual disk usage health check only on the problematic CVM do not run NCC health check

Note: Make sure only the individual health check is executed from the affected node

See the Explanation for step by step solution.

2. Task 12

An administrator needs to create a report named VMs_Power_State that lists the VMs in the cluster and their basic details including the power state for the last month.

No other entities should be included in the report.

The report should run monthly and should send an email [email protected] it runs.

Generate an instance of the report named VMs_Power_State as a CSV and save the zip file as DesktopFilesVMs_Power_state.zip

Note: Make sure the report and zip file are named correctly. The SMTP server will not be configured.

See the Explanation for step by step solution.

3. Task 9

Part1

An administrator logs into Prism Element and sees an alert stating the following:

Cluster services down on Controller VM (35.197.75.196)

Correct this issue in the least disruptive manner.

Part2

In a separate request, the security team has noticed a newly created cluster is reporting.

CVM [35.197.75.196] is using thedefaultpassword.

They have provided some new security requirements for cluster level security.

Security requirements:

Update the default password for the root user on the node to match the admin user password: Note: 192.168.x.x is not available. To access a node use the Host IP (172.30.0.x) from a CVM or the supplied external IP address.

Update the default password for the nutanix user on the CVM to match the admin user password.

Resolve the alert that is being reported.

Output the cluster-wide configuration of the SCMA policy to DesktopFilesoutput.txt before changes are made.

Enable the Advance intrusion Detection Environment (AIDE) to run on a weekly basis for the cluster.

Enable high-strength password policies for the cluster.

Ensure CVMs require SSH keys for login instead of passwords. (SSH keys are located in the DesktopFilesSSH folder).

Ensure the clusters meets these requirements. Do not reboot any cluster components.

See the Explanation for step by step solution.

4. Task 14

The application team has requested several mission-critical VMs to be configured for disaster recovery. The remote site (when added) will not be managed by Prism Central. As such, this solution should be built using the Web Console.

Disaster Recovery requirements per VM:

Mkt01

RPO: 2 hours

Retention: 5 snapshots

Fin01

RPO: 15 minutes

Retention: 7 days

Dev01

RPO: 1 day

Retention: 2 snapshots

Configure a DR solution that meets the stated requirements.

Any objects created in this item must start with the name of the VM being protected.

Note: the remote site will be added later

See the Explanation for step by step solution.

5. Task 7

An administrator has environment that will soon be upgraded to 6.5. In the meantime, they need to implement log and apply a security policy named Staging_Production, such that not VM in the Staging Environment can communicate with any VM in the production Environment,

Configure the environment to satisfy this requirement.

Note: All other configurations not indicated must be left at their default values.

See the Explanation for step by step solution.


 

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