Time
2 hours 58 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
3

Video Transcription

00:01
This brings us to the end off module three.
00:05
So let's recap.
00:07
There are three ways off creating a virtual machine,
00:10
either from scratch using the creation wizard
00:14
or by cloning an existing virtual machine
00:17
or from existing template.
00:21
A snapshot is the state of a virtual machine at a given point in time,
00:26
it is used as a safe environment to test software.
00:30
A snapshot lets you revert back to a previous state or constantly. They've changes.
00:37
No,
00:38
here are some questions for you before we move on.
00:42
First question. If your virtual machine is configured with the two gigabyte or friend reservation
00:48
and the exciting, Hearst has only one gigabyte of free memory.
00:52
What happens when you power on this special machine?
00:55
Virtual machine powers all
00:58
the virtual machine does not power on
01:00
the virtual machine powers on and consumes only one gigabyte of graham.
01:04
Or does the years excite? Power's off another VM two free memory.
01:11
Second question. What's the difference between a virtual machine and a template?
01:15
They're all the same.
01:18
The template can be powered home.
01:19
The template cannot be powered on
01:23
or of'em can not to become a template,
01:26
said question.
01:27
What do you do to avoid configuration conflicts between Virtual Machine and a clone.
01:33
He was guest operating system customization
01:36
used nothing because there will be no conflict.
01:40
He used a static I p address on the PM
01:42
or you change the VM name.
01:45
Fourth question.
01:47
What happens when you delete all snapshots off a virtual machine?
01:51
They are all gone.
01:53
They are consolidated
01:55
independently. You are here cursor
01:57
or none of the above.
02:00
What was the video and write down? Your answer is
02:04
first question.
02:06
If Avi EMS Reservation is greater than the available resource is on the host, then the virtual machine will not even power on, so answer B is correct.
02:16
Second question.
02:17
A template is in mould used to mass produce virtual machines.
02:22
The temple cannot be powered on or edited without converting it back to a virtual machine. So answer C is correct.
02:30
Third question.
02:32
When you clone a virtual machine, all its configuration is preserved in the club. This can cause conflicts later on.
02:39
To avoid this, you use guest operating system customization specifications to change some configurations on the clothes, so answer a is correct
02:50
question.
02:52
When you delete all snapshots, they are constantly dated. If the You are here. Kirsten is below the last snapshot or they are destroyed. If he you are here, cursor is above the first natural. So answer c is correct.
03:07
Thanks for watching. And I'll see you in the next module.

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VMware Foundations

In the VMware Foundations course, students will learn virtualization basics and core concepts, the components and features of the VMware vSphere, and managing virtual machines. Upon completion, students will have a basic understanding of the vSphere.

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Yacine Benbelkacem
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