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QUESTION 57

A customer is trying to boot an operating system that is installed on the eUSB on a Cisco UCS B- Series blade server; however, the boot fails. What is the cause of this failure?

 

A.

The local disk must be the first device in the boot order.

B.

eUSB is not a supported boot device.

C.

eUSB support is available only on the Cisco UCS C-Series rack server.

D.

eUSB is not the first device in the boot order for the server.

 

Correct Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 58

A customer is troubleshooting degraded DIMM errors on a Cisco UCS blade server and would like to reset the BMC. What is the correct command sequence to reset the BMC?

 

A.

UCS1-A# server x/y

UCS1-A /chassis/server # scope bmc

UCS1-A /chass
is/server/bmc # reset

UCS1-A /chassis/server/bmc* # commit-buffer

B.

UCS1-A# server scope

UCS1-A /chassis/server # scope bmc

UCS1-A /chassis/server/bmc # reset

UCS1-A /chassis/server/bmc* # commit-buffer

C.

UCS1-A# scope server x/y

UCS1-A /chassis/server # scope bmc

UCS1-A /chassis/server/bmc # reset

UCS1-A /chassis/server/bmc* # commit-buffer

D.

UCS1-A# scope server x/y

UCS1-A /chassis/server # scope bmc

UCS1-A /chassis/server/bmc* # commit-buffer

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 59

Which commands can you enter to see if a component in the Cisco UCS domain generated a core file?

 

A.

6100-A# scope monitoring

6100-A /monitoring # scope sysdebug

6100-A /monitoring/sysdebug # show cores

Core Files:

Name Fabric ID

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B.

6100-A# scope sysdebug

6100-A /sysdebug # scope monitoring

6100-A /sysdebug/monitoring # show cores

Core Files:

Name Fabric ID

———- ———

C.

6100-A# scope system

6100-A /system # scope monitoring

6100-A /system/monitoring # show cores

Core Files:

Name Fabric ID

———- ———

D.

6100-A# scope cores

6100-A /cores # show cores

Core Files:

Name Fabric ID

———- ———

E.

6100-A# scope logging

6100-A /logging # scope monitoring

6100-A /logging/monitoring # show cores

Core Files:

Name Fabric ID

———- ———

 

Correct Answer: A

 

 

QUESTION 60

Which four tech support files can you create with the Cisco UCS Manager that you can submit to Cisco TAC for
support? (Choose four.)

 

A.

UCSM

B.

disk LUNs

C.

fabric extender

D.

memory

E.

rack server

F.

chassis

G.

server cache

Correct Answer: ACEF

 

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