By default, VMware supports the following Path Selection Policies (Choose Three)?

By default, VMware supports the following Path Selection Policies (Choose Three)?

A.
Fixed

B.
MRU (Most recently used)

C.
Least Busy

D.
Round Robin

E.
Least I/O

Explanation:
A "Multivendor Post" on using iSCSI with VMware vSphere When it comes to path selection, bandwidth aggregation and link resiliency in vSphere, customers have the option to use one of VMware’s Native Multipathing (NMP) Path Selection Policies (PSP), 3rd party PSPs, or 3rd party Multipthing Plug-ins (MPP) such as PowerPath V/E from EMC. VMware ships with a set of native SATPs, and 3 PSPs: Fixed, Most Recently Used (MRU), & Round Robin (RR). Fixed and MRU options were available in VI3.x and should be familiar to readers. Round Robin was experimental in VI3.5, and is supported for production use in vSphere (all versions)

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