Using the vSphere Storage Appliance (VSA) Manager to view the Appliances Status column, what are three valid s

Using the vSphere Storage Appliance (VSA) Manager to view the Appliances Status column, what are three valid states? (Choose three.)

A.
Degraded

B.
Connected

C.
Maintenance

D.
Online

E.
Offline

9 Comments on “Using the vSphere Storage Appliance (VSA) Manager to view the Appliances Status column, what are three valid s

  1. Robert says:

    Lobo is correct.

    The key phrase here is “Appliance Status” which looks at cluster members:

    Status View the status of the selected VSA virtual machine.
    Online – the VSA cluster member is online.
    Offline – the VSA cluster member is offline.
    Maintenance – the VSA cluster member is in maintenance mode.

    If the question asked about “Datastore Status” then you would have:
    Status View the status of the datastore.
    Online – the datastore and its replica are online.
    Offline – the datastore and its replica are offline.
    Degraded – the replica of the datastore is offline.

    So correct answers are C, D, E as the question asks about Appliance Status.

    1. TwojaStara04 says:

      You can view the status, capacity, network, and replicas of a VSA cluster member from the VSA Manager tab.
      Procedure
      1 In the VSA Manager tab, click Appliances.
      Information about VSA cluster members appears under the View area.
      2 (Optional) View information about all VSA cluster members in the table.
      Option Description
      Name View the name of the selected VSA virtual machine.
      Status View the status of the selected VSA virtual machine.
      n Online – the VSA cluster member is online.
      n Offline – the VSA cluster member is offline.
      n Maintenance – the VSA cluster member is in maintenance mode

      http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/vsphere-storage-appliance-10-admin.pdf


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