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A customer has an HP ProLiant DL380 Gen9 server with one processor that has a large RAID 5 SAS Array configured on a P440ar storage controller with a hot spare. During the rebuild process
, a second SAS drive failed.
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What should the integrator do to help prevent this problem from reoccurring?
A. Configure a higher Rebuild.
B. Priority Install a second hot spare disk drive.
C. Install more memory in the server.
D. Use the integrated B140i controller.
A system integrator installed an operating system on an HP ProLiant Gen9 Server.
Which operating system can be used with UEFI Boot Mode?
A. VMware ESXi 5.5
B. Windows Server 2008 32-bit
C. Citrix XenServer 6.0
D. Windows Server 2003 64-bit
A customer with ProLiant Gen9 based servers needs to add external storage to some of the servers.
Which component should the integrator recommend?
A. 12GB SAS Expander Card
B. HP Smart Array P841
C. HP Smart Array P440ar
D. HP IO Accelerator
What is a benefit of using 20Gb FlexFabric Converged network adapter (CNA) for the BladeSystems?
A. It allows support tor RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RCOE) when the HP 6125XLG is used in conjunction with the FlexFabric adapter.
B. It delivers 10Gb performance per port with an aggregate 20Gb in a dual-port adapter.
C. The adapter streams converge 10GbE and 16Gb storage simultaneously over the same 20GD port.
D. Performance is delivered through multiple 210Gb ports using multiple adapters in a teamed fashion.
An integrator is installing an HP ProLiant DL380 Gen9 server with an H240ar controller installed. The integrator needs to install a total of 24 SFF Drives.
Which additional task must the integrator perform to meet the requirements?
A. Add an HP 12 GB SAS Expander Card cabled to the H240ar and cabled to two SFF backplanes.
B. Ada an SFF cable and an SFF backplane to the H240ar.
C. Add two more H240ar controllers with 8 SFF drives attached to each controller.
D. Add a rear drive cage backplane and cable it to the M240ar.
A customer is using HP ROM Configuration Utility (HPRCU) to script the BIOS configuration of their Gen8 servers. The customer is now moving to Gen9 servers configured with UEFI.
Which tool should the integrator recommend for scripting the configuration?
A. HP Smart Update Manager (SUM)
B. HP RESTful Interface Tool
C. HP ROM Configuration utility (HPRCU)
D. HP Insight Remote Support
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THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT FAUX LEATHER FABRIC
Posted by michal1disuja on June 17th, 2016
The Faux leather fabric is an artificial leather. It is used to cover sofas and chairs. It is also used in apparel. Faux leather is further categorized into two main categories which are: polyurethane (PU), and polyvinyl chloride (PVC Vinyl).
PU is softer and more flexible than the PVC. It is usually used by the industries to make high-end products like clothing etc. PVC is not that breathable as compared to PU and it is used to bind surfaces.
Benefits of faux leather fabric:
Faux leather is usually employed in the place of real leather. In short, faux leather has more advantages than the real leather. There are numerous reasons behind it like:
Faux leather is cheaper and more economical than the real leather. So if you want to show off some leather which is also pocket-friendly go for faux leather.
When it comes to durability, faux leather wins the game. It is highly durable and lasts longer as compared to the real leather. Faux leather does not get scratched or peeled off easily like the real leather products. Moreover, it is also resistant to discoloration and staining.
You do not need to sweat a lot to maintain your faux leather products. All you need is some washing material, water, and a rag to clean your faux leather.
Real leather can soak up moisture from the environment which makes is more prone to cracks and peels.
Experts have left no stone unturned to improve the quality of faux leather. They have modified it, added more textures to it, the color range has been increased, etc. this is not the case with real leather. You can only find limited amount of colors in real leather.
Real leather does not have consistency in it. The reason behind is that it comes from different sources. On the other hand, faux leather has a smooth and uniform structure because it originates from a single source.
You can do a lot of things with faux leather. As it is synthetic, you can print it, dye it, stitch it, sew it, etc. these things cannot be done with real leather because it is delicate.