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A production application is hosted across two Power 750 Express servers, managed by an HMC. Each

machine has 16 cores and 32GB RAM. Four 8GB LPARs are defined across the two systems and only 3

LPARs are active at once. Live Partition Mobility is used to maintain availability when maintenance is


A test environment is being built across two Power 550 Express servers. Each machine has 8 cores and

16GB RAM. Four 4GB LPARs will be defined across the two systems, again only 3 will be active at once.

To isolate the test and production environment, the test environment is managed by two IVMs.

Two LPARs have been created on each test server. The administrator initiates a Live Partition Mobility

operation to test moving LPARs between the servers.

The migrlpar command fails to migrate the 4th LPAR with the following error:

“The target managed system does not have enough available memory to create the partition.”

Because the 4th LPAR was inactive, it was expected that an inactive migration would be successful.

Why would this inactive migration fail on the test environment, but succeed on the production


A. IVM-managed systems do not support inactive migrations.

B. IVM-managed systems reserve RAM allocations, even for inactive LPARs.

C. The target managed system already has the maximum number of partitions.

D. Active Memory Sharing (AMS) or Active Memory Expansion (AME) is required for RAM over


Correct Answer: B


IBM support asks that currently active system firmware level (MHxxxxx) be deactivated, so the system can run on the older level. How is this accomplished?

A. Run command DLTPTF PTE (M) RMV (*TEMP).

B. Run the WRKFMWSTS command. Select option 4 on the *TEMP line and press “enter”.

C. On the system panel, change the IPL mode to “B” and “P. Then restart the system.

D. Run command RMVPTF LICPGM(5770SS1)SELECT(MHxxxxx) DELAYED(*YES),then restart the partition.

Correct Answer: C


A user in the op_storage group logs onto the DS GUI and goes to the User Administration panel. Which

users can be seen and what actions can be performed?

A. the user can see all other users, including those in the Admin group, but can modify only the user

accounts in theOp_volume and Monitor group

B. the user can see all the users except those in the Admin group, but can only modify the user\’s own


C. the user can see only the user\’s own account, and cannot modify it

D. the user can see only the user\’s own account, and can change the password only

Correct Answer: D


A company has just purchased a new POWER7 server running IBM i 7.1 to replace an older system running V5R4M5. Due to a mistake by a programmer on the V5R4 system, data was accidently deleted. To recover, the administrator backs up the deleted data to virtual tape on the 7.1 server and attempts to restore it on the V5R4 server. The restore on the V5R4 server fails with a message stating the data was saved from a more recent release of the operating system.

Which option will solve this problem?

A. Save the data to physical media.

B. Set the target release parameter to V5R4M0 when saving the data.

C. ETP the virtual tape image catalog from the 7.1 server using binary mode.

D. Use the target release parameter *RECOVER and the access path parameter set to VSR4MO.

Correct Answer: B


An administrator has a save file with user created program objects that were created on another system. One of the programs cannot be restored.

What is the most likely cause of the problem?

A. The restore command used specified Force Object Conversion parameter as *NO.

B. The program was being restored to a library that is missing a referenced file.

C. The program was compiled using TGTRLS(*CURRENT) on a system at a later release.

D. The program was compiled using TGTRLS specifying a release prior to the release installed on the system.

Correct Answer: C