Which three actions can be taken by vCenter server in response to the trigger without running a script?

An administrator would like to have vCentre take action any time a virtual machine is using over 90% of its available resources for five minutes or longer.

Which three actions can be taken by vCenter server in response to the trigger without running a script? Choose three

A.
increase virtual machine memory

B.
reboot guest on VM

C.
send notification trap (SNMP)

D.
increase virtual machine CPU shares

E.
send notification email (SMTP)

6 Comments on “Which three actions can be taken by vCenter server in response to the trigger without running a script?

    1. raj_vinuth says:

      Hello celembribor,

      i guess question might be slightly wrong, it might be (90% of its available MEMORY or CPU resources for five minutes or longer.)

      then answers must be ‘A’ or ‘D’ accordingly.

  1. raj_vinuth says:

    I guess question might be slightly wrong, it might be (90% of its available MEMORY or CPU resources for five minutes or longer.)

    then answers must be ‘A’ or ‘D’ accordingly.

  2. Garrett says:

    This question is referring to possible alarm actions for a VM when the alarm is triggered. Review the listed alarm action when creating a new alarm definition for a VM. The valid choices listed in the question are B, C, and E. There is no ambiguity here.

    Note there are other alarm actions for a VM that are not listed in this question like Power off VM, Suspend VM, etc.


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