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cbigbrick
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« on: May 22, 2001, 05:37:57 PM »

I was wondering if anyone could help with these questions.
Thanks in advance.

1. You are an exchange server administrator for your company. Circular logging is disabled. Disk that hold the log files on your Exchange Server computer is about to run out of space. You add and format a new drive array. You want to move the log files to the new drive arry without reducing recoverability. What should you do?

A. Use Windows NT Explorer to move the log files to the new location.
B. Stop Exchange Server services. Change the appropriate registry keys to reflect the new location. Restart Exchange.
C. Stop Exchange Server services. Copy the log files to the new drive array and delete the old files. Restart Exchange.
D. Use Exchange Performance Optimizer to designate new location.

2. You are configuring an Exchange Server cluster....Standard disaster recovery procedures...How configure the cluster?

A. Config network name resource with same name as Exchange Server computer.
B. Config network name resource with same name as Exchange server site.
C. Config primary node in cluster with same name as original Exchange Server computer.
D. COnfig secondary node in cluster with same name as original Exchange Server computer.

3. Exchange Server log files are located on mirrored partitions. Exchange Server IS is locatd on disk striping without parity. One disk in striping fails. How restore functionality?

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« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2001, 01:52:08 PM »

1. D
2. Get back to you on this
3. restore from backup - then update from the log files to regain from point of failure
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