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Quiz : Backup & recovery

Question #31

This is a method of offloading backup procedures from a server so that the time ordinarily devoted to backup functions can be used to carry out other server tasks.

a. serverless backup
b. LAN-free backup
c. mirrored backup
d. timed backup
e. hard backup

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #32

This is a system for archiving data such as business records and reports to one or more optical disks in a compressed but easily retrievable format.

a. EDM (Electronic Document Management)
b. COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disk)
c. imaging system
d. compression
e. microfiche

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #33

This is a magnetic tape and drive system used for computer data storage and archiving. It can hold 40 gigabytes (GB) of data when compression is used, and can transfer data at speeds of up to 3 megabytes per second (Mbps) without compression and 6 Mbps with compression.

a. Mammoth
b. advanced intelligent tape (AIT)
c. linear tape-open (LTO)
d. digital linear tape (DLT)
e. REO speedwagon (REO)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #34

This is a way of recording information onto magnetic tape. It was used to record TV programs in the 1960s, and has been used in high-end tape-backup products. It's also the same technology used in digital audio tapes.

a. quadruplex machine
b. linear
c. optical
d. helical scan
e. Vera (Vision Electronic Recording Apparatus)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #35

This data replication technique ensures data integrity because updates to directories and bitmaps are constantly written to a serial log on disk before the original disk log is updated. In the event of a system failure, the data on the disk can be restored to its pre-crash configuration.

a. warehousing
b. scoreboarding
c. journaling
d. mining
e. cloning

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #36

SearchStorage.com expert W. Curtis Preston identifies six main steps to identifying any good disaster recovery plan. Which of the following is not one of them?

a. define unacceptable loss
b. watch your server speed
c. organize everything
d. document what you have
e. test test test

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #37

Backup and recovery expert W. Curtis Preston says there are five golden rules for backup. Which of the following is not one of these rules?

a. Back it up or give it up.
b. If it has not been backed up, it cannot be recovered.
c. If it has not been backed up off-site, it will not survive a fire.
d. If it has not been tested with a recovery, it is not a backup.
e. Tape rules -- it's the only way to go for backup.

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #38

Disk mirroring provides data protection in the case of disk failure because data is constantly updated to both disks, where each relies upon a common controller. However, there is an inherent problem in disk mirroring. What is it?

a. Drive reliability is eliminating the need for mirroring
b. Access to data is threatened if the controller fails
c. Data can't be mirrored remotely
d. Mirroring can't handle planned outages
e. Data sets can't be kept in synch

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #39

This is one method of ensuring data availability in which every write written to the primary side is written "in-order" to the remote side before the application sees an "I/O complete" message.

a. timed backup
b. local backup
c. synchronous replication
d. asynchronous replication
e. duplication

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #40

Which of the following is a disaster recovery don't?

a. Always back up data catalogs and directories
b. Run similarly designed backup and storage environments
c. Synchronize desktop and laptop data to the server
d. Place backup facilities near each other
e. Have monitoring, job execution and security features prepared

manimarank

Backup school: Quiz

Question #1

ERD stands for:

a. End Recovery Data
b. Emergency Read Defragmentation
c. Emergency Recovery Disk
d. Emergency Restore Data

Click to see if you are correct!

Question #2

Users' data is best kept on the:

a. Partition closest to the tape drive
b. Second partition or drive
c. The first partition
d. None of the above

Click to see if you are correct!

Question #3

Two choices for disk imaging discussed in Lesson 5 are:

a.Centralized and decentralized
b. Localized and centralized
c. Decentralized and degragmented
d. Localized and defragmented

Click to see if you are correct!

Question #4

Imaging is used to:
a. Perform a typical backup
b. Archive old data for compliance purposes
c. Restore data in the event of a disaster
d. All of the above

Click to see if you are correct!

Question #5

Dorian says these die more than anything else in any organization worldwide:

a. Software
b. Employee stock options
c. Hard drives
d. Routers

Click to see if you are correct!

Question #6

ATA and newer SATA drives are not built to last as long as:

a. RAID arrays
b. SCSI drives
c. 10 GB drives
d. None of the above

Click to see if you are correct!

Question #7

Although hardware RAID controllers are much faster than software RAID controllers, Dorian says they are still much more:

a. Reliable
b. Bulky
c. Expensive
d. Secure

Click to see if you are correct!

Question #8

What is JBOD?

a. Just a Bunch of Disks
b. Jobs Bundled on Disks
c. Justified Batches on Delivery
d. None of the above

Click to see if you are correct!

manimarank

Quiz: iSeries backup and recovery commands

When it comes to iSeries backup and recovery, are you in command of your commands? Do you know the difference between the "GO SAVE" and the "SAV command?"

By taking this quiz, you'll not only sharpen your backup and recovery skills, you'll be up-to-date on important backup tricks if you read the associated tips.

Here's a hint. These are the commands you can choose from. Good luck!

SAV
SAVOBJ
SAVSYS
SAVCFG
SAVCHGOBJ
SAVSECDTA
SAVSAVFDTA
SAVDLO
SAVLIB
GO SAVE

   1. Use the _________ command to save the following security data: User profiles, private authorities, authorization lists and authority holders.
      Your answer:

      See answer
   2.

      The _________ command saves a copy of each changed object or group of objects located in the same library.
      Your answer:

      See answer
   3.

      The _________ command saves a copy of the licensed internal code and the QSYS library in a format compatible with the installation of the iSeries.
      Your answer:

      See answer

   4.

      Using the _________ command is a simple way to make sure that you have a good backup of your entire server.
      Your answer:

      See answer

   5.

      The _________ command saves the contents of a save file to tape, optical, or diskette media. This command saves the save data in the save file to the device in a way that allows the user to restore objects directly from the device.
      Your answer:

      See answer
   6.

      The _________ command saves a copy of a single object or a group of objects located in the same library.
      Your answer:

      See answer
   7. The _________ command saves copies of the following: Documents, folders and distribution objects (mail).
      Your answer:

      See answer
   8.

      The _________ command saves all configuration and system resource management (SRM) objects without requiring a system in a restricted state.
      Your answer:

      See answer
   9.

      The _________ command saves a copy of one or more objects that can be used in the integrated file system.
      Your answer:

      See answer

  10. The _________ command saves the entire library; this includes the library description, the object descriptions, and the contents of the objects in the library.
      Your answer:

      See answer

manimarank

iSeries word scramble: Backup & recovery

How well do you know common iSeries backup & recovery terms? Test your iSeries smarts with our iSeries word scramble. See if you can unscramble these 20 iSeries-related words.

1. PKUABC
2. TESROER
3. ECRMAIL RGSEAOT
4. RMSB
5. RDTSAIES
6. OG SEAV
7. EBCJTSO
8. DSKI OCETROITPN
9. OEYRMM
10. TRAGOES OOPL
11. ETPA
12. NPIWGOER NDWO
13. FUROCNAIGIOTN
14. ARFEULI
15. GEDDMAA BEOSTJC
16. LSERPFIO
17. RBALRIY CTSEJOB
18. SCESCA SPHTA
19. ILDFEA IKDSS
20. EJNDLUAOR REIVCESRE


harpal


Quiz : Backup & recovery

Question #31

This is a method of offloading backup procedures from a server so that the time ordinarily devoted to backup functions can be used to carry out other server tasks.

a. serverless backup
b. LAN-free backup
c. mirrored backup
d. timed backup
e. hard backup

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #32

This is a system for archiving data such as business records and reports to one or more optical disks in a compressed but easily retrievable format.

a. EDM (Electronic Document Management)
b. COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disk)
c. imaging system
d. compression
e. microfiche

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #33

This is a magnetic tape and drive system used for computer data storage and archiving. It can hold 40 gigabytes (GB) of data when compression is used, and can transfer data at speeds of up to 3 megabytes per second (Mbps) without compression and 6 Mbps with compression.

a. Mammoth
b. advanced intelligent tape (AIT)
c. linear tape-open (LTO)
d. digital linear tape (DLT)
e. REO speedwagon (REO)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #34

This is a way of recording information onto magnetic tape. It was used to record TV programs in the 1960s, and has been used in high-end tape-backup products. It's also the same technology used in digital audio tapes.

a. quadruplex machine
b. linear
c. optical
d. helical scan
e. Vera (Vision Electronic Recording Apparatus)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #35

This data replication technique ensures data integrity because updates to directories and bitmaps are constantly written to a serial log on disk before the original disk log is updated. In the event of a system failure, the data on the disk can be restored to its pre-crash configuration.

a. warehousing
b. scoreboarding
c. journaling
d. mining
e. cloning

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #36

SearchStorage.com expert W. Curtis Preston identifies six main steps to identifying any good disaster recovery plan. Which of the following is not one of them?

a. define unacceptable loss
b. watch your server speed
c. organize everything
d. document what you have
e. test test test

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #37

Backup and recovery expert W. Curtis Preston says there are five golden rules for backup. Which of the following is not one of these rules?

a. Back it up or give it up.
b. If it has not been backed up, it cannot be recovered.
c. If it has not been backed up off-site, it will not survive a fire.
d. If it has not been tested with a recovery, it is not a backup.
e. Tape rules -- it's the only way to go for backup.

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #38

Disk mirroring provides data protection in the case of disk failure because data is constantly updated to both disks, where each relies upon a common controller. However, there is an inherent problem in disk mirroring. What is it?

a. Drive reliability is eliminating the need for mirroring
b. Access to data is threatened if the controller fails
c. Data can't be mirrored remotely
d. Mirroring can't handle planned outages
e. Data sets can't be kept in synch

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #39

This is one method of ensuring data availability in which every write written to the primary side is written "in-order" to the remote side before the application sees an "I/O complete" message.

a. timed backup
b. local backup
c. synchronous replication
d. asynchronous replication
e. duplication

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #40

Which of the following is a disaster recovery don't?

a. Always back up data catalogs and directories
b. Run similarly designed backup and storage environments
c. Synchronize desktop and laptop data to the server
d. Place backup facilities near each other
e. Have monitoring, job execution and security features prepared

RAFEEQ

Quiz : Backup & recovery

Question #31

This is a method of offloading backup procedures from a server so that the time ordinarily devoted to backup functions can be used to carry out other server tasks.

a. serverless backup
b. LAN-free backup
c. mirrored backup
d. timed backup
e. hard backup

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #32

This is a system for archiving data such as business records and reports to one or more optical disks in a compressed but easily retrievable format.

a. EDM (Electronic Document Management)
b. COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disk)
c. imaging system
d. compression
e. microfiche

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #33

This is a magnetic tape and drive system used for computer data storage and archiving. It can hold 40 gigabytes (GB) of data when compression is used, and can transfer data at speeds of up to 3 megabytes per second (Mbps) without compression and 6 Mbps with compression.

a. Mammoth
b. advanced intelligent tape (AIT)
c. linear tape-open (LTO)
d. digital linear tape (DLT)
e. REO speedwagon (REO)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #34

This is a way of recording information onto magnetic tape. It was used to record TV programs in the 1960s, and has been used in high-end tape-backup products. It's also the same technology used in digital audio tapes.

a. quadruplex machine
b. linear
c. optical
d. helical scan
e. Vera (Vision Electronic Recording Apparatus)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #35

This data replication technique ensures data integrity because updates to directories and bitmaps are constantly written to a serial log on disk before the original disk log is updated. In the event of a system failure, the data on the disk can be restored to its pre-crash configuration.

a. warehousing
b. scoreboarding
c. journaling
d. mining
e. cloning

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #36

SearchStorage.com expert W. Curtis Preston identifies six main steps to identifying any good disaster recovery plan. Which of the following is not one of them?

a. define unacceptable loss
b. watch your server speed
c. organize everything
d. document what you have
e. test test test

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #37

Backup and recovery expert W. Curtis Preston says there are five golden rules for backup. Which of the following is not one of these rules?

a. Back it up or give it up.
b. If it has not been backed up, it cannot be recovered.
c. If it has not been backed up off-site, it will not survive a fire.
d. If it has not been tested with a recovery, it is not a backup.
e. Tape rules -- it's the only way to go for backup.

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #38

Disk mirroring provides data protection in the case of disk failure because data is constantly updated to both disks, where each relies upon a common controller. However, there is an inherent problem in disk mirroring. What is it?

a. Drive reliability is eliminating the need for mirroring
b. Access to data is threatened if the controller fails
c. Data can't be mirrored remotely
d. Mirroring can't handle planned outages
e. Data sets can't be kept in synch

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #39

This is one method of ensuring data availability in which every write written to the primary side is written "in-order" to the remote side before the application sees an "I/O complete" message.

a. timed backup
b. local backup
c. synchronous replication
d. asynchronous replication
e. duplication

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #40

Which of the following is a disaster recovery don't?

a. Always back up data catalogs and directories
b. Run similarly designed backup and storage environments
c. Synchronize desktop and laptop data to the server
d. Place backup facilities near each other
e. Have monitoring, job execution and security features prepared


RAFEEQ

Quiz : Backup & recovery

Question #31

This is a method of offloading backup procedures from a server so that the time ordinarily devoted to backup functions can be used to carry out other server tasks.

a. serverless backup
b. LAN-free backup
c. mirrored backup
d. timed backup
e. hard backup

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #32

This is a system for archiving data such as business records and reports to one or more optical disks in a compressed but easily retrievable format.

a. EDM (Electronic Document Management)
b. COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disk)
c. imaging system
d. compression
e. microfiche

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #33

This is a magnetic tape and drive system used for computer data storage and archiving. It can hold 40 gigabytes (GB) of data when compression is used, and can transfer data at speeds of up to 3 megabytes per second (Mbps) without compression and 6 Mbps with compression.

a. Mammoth
b. advanced intelligent tape (AIT)
c. linear tape-open (LTO)
d. digital linear tape (DLT)
e. REO speedwagon (REO)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #34

This is a way of recording information onto magnetic tape. It was used to record TV programs in the 1960s, and has been used in high-end tape-backup products. It's also the same technology used in digital audio tapes.

a. quadruplex machine
b. linear
c. optical
d. helical scan
e. Vera (Vision Electronic Recording Apparatus)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #35

This data replication technique ensures data integrity because updates to directories and bitmaps are constantly written to a serial log on disk before the original disk log is updated. In the event of a system failure, the data on the disk can be restored to its pre-crash configuration.

a. warehousing
b. scoreboarding
c. journaling
d. mining
e. cloning

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #36

SearchStorage.com expert W. Curtis Preston identifies six main steps to identifying any good disaster recovery plan. Which of the following is not one of them?

a. define unacceptable loss
b. watch your server speed
c. organize everything
d. document what you have
e. test test test

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #37

Backup and recovery expert W. Curtis Preston says there are five golden rules for backup. Which of the following is not one of these rules?

a. Back it up or give it up.
b. If it has not been backed up, it cannot be recovered.
c. If it has not been backed up off-site, it will not survive a fire.
d. If it has not been tested with a recovery, it is not a backup.
e. Tape rules -- it's the only way to go for backup.

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #38

Disk mirroring provides data protection in the case of disk failure because data is constantly updated to both disks, where each relies upon a common controller. However, there is an inherent problem in disk mirroring. What is it?

a. Drive reliability is eliminating the need for mirroring
b. Access to data is threatened if the controller fails
c. Data can't be mirrored remotely
d. Mirroring can't handle planned outages
e. Data sets can't be kept in synch

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #39

This is one method of ensuring data availability in which every write written to the primary side is written "in-order" to the remote side before the application sees an "I/O complete" message.

a. timed backup
b. local backup
c. synchronous replication
d. asynchronous replication
e. duplication

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #40

Which of the following is a disaster recovery don't?

a. Always back up data catalogs and directories
b. Run similarly designed backup and storage environments
c. Synchronize desktop and laptop data to the server
d. Place backup facilities near each other
e. Have monitoring, job execution and security features prepared


Aarati Ghimire

Quiz : Backup & recovery

Question #31

This is a method of offloading backup procedures from a server so that the time ordinarily devoted to backup functions can be used to carry out other server tasks.

a. serverless backup
b. LAN-free backup
c. mirrored backup
d. timed backup
e. hard backup

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #32

This is a system for archiving data such as business records and reports to one or more optical disks in a compressed but easily retrievable format.

a. EDM (Electronic Document Management)
b. COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disk)
c. imaging system
d. compression
e. microfiche

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #33

This is a magnetic tape and drive system used for computer data storage and archiving. It can hold 40 gigabytes (GB) of data when compression is used, and can transfer data at speeds of up to 3 megabytes per second (Mbps) without compression and 6 Mbps with compression.

a. Mammoth
b. advanced intelligent tape (AIT)
c. linear tape-open (LTO)
d. digital linear tape (DLT)
e. REO speedwagon (REO)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #34

This is a way of recording information onto magnetic tape. It was used to record TV programs in the 1960s, and has been used in high-end tape-backup products. It's also the same technology used in digital audio tapes.

a. quadruplex machine
b. linear
c. optical
d. helical scan
e. Vera (Vision Electronic Recording Apparatus)

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #35

This data replication technique ensures data integrity because updates to directories and bitmaps are constantly written to a serial log on disk before the original disk log is updated. In the event of a system failure, the data on the disk can be restored to its pre-crash configuration.

a. warehousing
b. scoreboarding
c. journaling
d. mining
e. cloning

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #36

SearchStorage.com expert W. Curtis Preston identifies six main steps to identifying any good disaster recovery plan. Which of the following is not one of them?

a. define unacceptable loss
b. watch your server speed
c. organize everything
d. document what you have
e. test test test

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #37

Backup and recovery expert W. Curtis Preston says there are five golden rules for backup. Which of the following is not one of these rules?

a. Back it up or give it up.
b. If it has not been backed up, it cannot be recovered.
c. If it has not been backed up off-site, it will not survive a fire.
d. If it has not been tested with a recovery, it is not a backup.
e. Tape rules -- it's the only way to go for backup.

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #38

Disk mirroring provides data protection in the case of disk failure because data is constantly updated to both disks, where each relies upon a common controller. However, there is an inherent problem in disk mirroring. What is it?

a. Drive reliability is eliminating the need for mirroring
b. Access to data is threatened if the controller fails
c. Data can't be mirrored remotely
d. Mirroring can't handle planned outages
e. Data sets can't be kept in synch

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #39

This is one method of ensuring data availability in which every write written to the primary side is written "in-order" to the remote side before the application sees an "I/O complete" message.

a. timed backup
b. local backup
c. synchronous replication
d. asynchronous replication
e. duplication

Click to see if you are correct.

Question #40

Which of the following is a disaster recovery don't?

a. Always back up data catalogs and directories
b. Run similarly designed backup and storage environments
c. Synchronize desktop and laptop data to the server
d. Place backup facilities near each other
e. Have monitoring, job execution and security features prepared


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