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It's the end of modern five.
So let's recap.
V Motion lets you migrate, powered on virtual machines
from one house to another with zero down time
story three Motion lets you migrate V EMS files from one day to store to another without powering off the V M.
Now he's a protects PM's against post failure,
among other types of failure by restarting them on working. Yes, excite us
the sphere. DRS. Is an automated emotion used to balance the resource consumption, whether it is CPU or RAM across all hosts in the data center.
Are you ready for some random questions?
That's a question.
Emotion will fail if there is no heartbeat between us.
If the Veum is only local data store,
if the V M is on the shares, data store or female from never fails.
fees for a requires
PM's Toby only shared data store
requires at least two hosts,
requires redundant storage network or requires men of the above.
If you have to V EMS that must run on the same SX. I host
what rule office fear terrorists. Would you use
affinity rule an anti affinity room
a rule of some
or none of the above.
Where do you enable A J and DRS.
Do you enable them on in Essex, I host
money data center
or only virtual machine.
Pause the video and write down your answers.
of emotion will fail. VM is only local data store, of course, because the PM's files will not be visible to the destination host where the VM is supposed to go
and that's the motion would not even start,
so answer. B is correct.
Easter th ey requires at least two hosts Well, because if you got only one host and it fails, where do you think the PM's will get restarted
And to restart of'em, the destination host needs to access the PM's files on the shares data store. Otherwise, it's not possible. So answers A and B are correct.
If two PM's must run on the same host, then you need to create an affinity rule between them. Pretty obvious. So answer A is correct.
These were A J and D. R s are cluster features and can be enabled only only cluster, so answer c is correct.
That's it for now. Thanks for watching, and I'll see you in the next module