Which Task is Required to initiate a live migration of VMs between two cluster?
Which Nutanix storage efficiency feature is suitable for nearly every workload?
Deduplication is a storage efficiency feature in Nutanix that is suitable for nearly every workload. Deduplication is a technique that eliminates redundant data and reduces the amount of storage space required to hold that data. This can help to significantly reduce the storage overhead, and improve the overall storage efficiency of the cluster. Deduplication can be applied to all types of data, including virtual machine disks, and can help to reduce storage costs by reducing the amount of physical storage required. Reference: https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/details?targetId=Data-Services-Guide-v2_11:ds-deduplication-overview_ds-deduplication-overview.html
Nutanix Support Asked an administrator to provide AHV logs to help solve a support request .Which task should be performed to provide log files to the support team?
In an AHV five-node cluster, an SSD fails within a node that has two SSDs and four HDDs installed. What will happen to the cluster environment?
When an SSD fails within a node, the CVM on that node will reboot to maintain the health of the cluster. The CVM is responsible for managing the storage and virtualization components of the cluster, and a reboot is necessary to ensure that the cluster continues to function properly. The VMs running on that host will not be affected and continue to run, but the CVM will be unavailable for a short period of time until the reboot is completed. The Cluster continues to operate in a healthy state and doesn't go in read-only mode or cause any host to go down. Reference: https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/details?targetId=Web-Console-Guide-Prism-v5_11:wc-monitoring-cluster-health_wc-monitoring-cluster-health.html