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    • what does SCSI stand for
    • small computer system interface
  1. what is the max length and stubs of SCSI-1
    6 meters with stubs having a max of 10cm
  2. what is the max cable length of differtial SCSI
    25 meters
  3. SCSI termination must be present at two and only two positions on the SCSI bus what are they
    at the beginning of the SCSI bus, and at the end of the SCSI bus
  4. external parallel SCSI cable connectors will have how many pins
    50 or 68
  5. what does iSCSI stand for
    internet small computer system interface
  6. what does LVD stand for
    low voltage differential
  7. what does HVD stand for
    high voltage differential
  8. LVD (low voltage differential) or differential (HVD- high voltage differential) but transceivers based on what
    EIA 485 allowed in SCSI SPI-2
  9. what is the number range of narrow SCSI
  10. what is the number range of wide SCSI
  11. what is the overall priority sequence for wide SCSI
  12. what is the process by which different devices decide which one can have control of the bus
  13. what does RAID stand for
    redundant array of independent disks
  14. define RAID array
    is a series of drives which together act as a single storage system
  15. what provides no redundancy
    RAID level 0
  16. what splits or stripes the data across drives, resulting in higher data throughput
    RAID level 0
  17. what is usually referred to as mirroring
    RAID level 1
  18. what stripes data at a block level across several drives and distributes parity among the drives
    RAID level 5
  19. what has no single disk is devoted to parity
    RAID level 5
  20. what is dual parity
    RAID level 6 uses it which allows for additional fault tolerance by using a second independent distributed parity scheme
  21. what is known as multiple level RAID
    nested RAID levels
  22. what is also know as two dimensional RAID
    nested RAID levels
  23. define RAID
    RAID is a fault-tolerant disk configuration in which part of the physical storage capacity contains redundant information about data stored on the disks
  24. what is the three types of software RAID configurations the windows server 2003 support
    • RAID-0, striped volumes (not fault tolerant)
    • RAID-1, mirrored volumes
    • RAID-5, striped volumes with parity
  25. what is the size of each stripe for windows server 2003
  26. what is the difference between RAID-1: mirrored volumes and disk duplexing
    is when utilizing disk duplexing each volume in the mirrored set has its own separate disk controller
  27. what is the temperture range of a HP proliant DL380-G4 rack mount server
    operating 50 to 95 degrees farenhiht
  28. What is the Smart Array 6i controller commonly known as
  29. what is the network transfer rate of 1000base-TX
    (half and full-duplex) 2000 Mbs
  30. what does BBWC stand for
    batter backed writed cache
  31. what are the external health LED indicators for the power supply mean (green-amber-red)
    • green- normal
    • amber-power redundancy failure
    • red-critical power supply failure
  32. what is the maximum number of hot plug fans that are supported by the HP proliant DL380-G4 rack mount server
    • up to 8
    • 5- hot plug fans installed from the manufacture
  33. what does DLK stand for
    deployable LAN kit
  34. how many servers per DLK
    8 server
  35. how many MSCUs does a DLK have and how many DL380-G4 does the MSCU have
    • 4 MSCUs
    • 2DL380-G4
  36. DL380-G4 has how many processes
    supports up to two dual 3.8GHz processors
  37. DL380-G4 has how much RAM
  38. DL380-G4 has how much memory and hard disk slots
    • 8 hard disk slots
    • 146GB, 10K, Ultra320 Hard drives
  39. the DL380-G4 also has what
    1 CD-DVD slimline combo-optical drive
  40. each HP proliant DL380-G4 has what inside for disassembly
    torx screwdriver or the torx tool