zcsksa from Saudi Arabia – 10 28 2011, 3:57 AM Report Spam @mrt how many question on the exam and what is the passing score fullwolf from Taiwan – 10 28 2011, 3:05 AM Report Spam pnikiesTHE Q:199 answer is Bif you ram licenes over it.your VM can still power on,but will recice a notified!! in your control console!!(on vsphere client) CertUp from United States – 10 27 2011, 11:49 PM Report Spam Has anyone else attempted the exam with this dump + updates? j from United States – 10 27 2011, 8:48 PM Report Spam I believe the answer to Q.92 is A&D.In the explanation given, #5 clearly gives the answer. Can someone else take a look and confirm. nick from United States – 10 27 2011, 11:45 AM Report Spam **correction** Q 41 should be D. D should read "%RDY" as there is not %RPV counter. +Q: How do I know CPU resource is under contention?++A: %RDY is a main indicator. But, it is not sufficient by itself.+ nick from United States – 10 27 2011, 11:43 AM Report Spam Q 41 is wrong too. Should be A [%RUN] http://communities.vmware.com/docs/DOC-11812+Q: What does it mean if %RUN of a VM is high?++A: The VM is using lots of CPU resource. It does not necessarily mean the VM is under resource constraint. Check the description of %RDY below, for determining CPU contention.+ Ram Lan from Canada – 10 26 2011, 11:19 AM Report Spam I wish if somebody can correct the answer on VCE and upload. It would be beneficial to everyone here who is in the process of taking the test soon. Ram Lan from Canada – 10 26 2011, 11:15 AM Report Spam Nick is right on Q 17. The answer should be B & C. Godkills from United States – 10 26 2011, 10:48 AM Report Spam Q22: Answered A, but provided text says answer is D. nick from United States – 10 26 2011, 10:19 AM Report Spam Q 17 is wrong: "Which two conditions must exist on all hosts in the cluster if EVC is used": Should be B & C. Check out page 127 of the "Host / Management Guide" Dephcon from Canada – 10 26 2011, 9:51 AM Report Spam Q1: I'm pretty sure its C and D. B is misleading because you CAN boot from USB in esxi 4.1. (all my 4.1 hosts do this) VMgun from Australia – 10 26 2011, 5:27 AM Report Spam Q7: I mean C and D VMgun from Australia – 10 26 2011, 4:51 AM Report Spam Q7, Should be A,B. NFS is totally different to VMFS Thanh from Vietnam – 10 26 2011, 4:47 AM Report Spam Hi LeonardoI think, the ques 17: the answer is B +C pctool from Netherlands – 10 26 2011, 4:40 AM Report Spam Thank you Leonardo! Good luck for next friday! Leonardo from Brazil – 10 25 2011, 5:25 PM Report Spam Hello pctool, I will perform the test next friday (11/04/2011). Because that I use the VCE how a way to study for my test. pctool from Netherlands – 10 25 2011, 4:56 PM Report Spam Hey Testtaker, You tell us how your exam goes? Yu from Unknown – 10 25 2011, 4:12 PM Report Spam SugestionQ 48 ACFor my experience the virtual machine needs to get an extra CPU or get moved to other ESXi because there are not resources available in that one. pnikies from France – 10 25 2011, 1:01 PM Report Spam oupsQ199:C (vRAM) yu from Unknown – 10 25 2011, 12:58 PM Report Spam Q 99 : AC pnikies from France – 10 25 2011, 12:39 PM Report Spam Q99 : CAccording to Licensing FAQ :Only vSphere Essentials and Essentials Plus implement a hard enforcement of vRAM capacity. VMware vCenter Server Standard does not prevent you from exceeding the available vRAM capacity; It only signals that the licensing of the environment is out of compliance. To check the compliance a 12 month rolling average of the consumed vRAM is considered and it should be less than the pooled vRAM entitlement. pnikies from France – 10 25 2011, 12:31 PM Report Spam other suggestionsQ64 ABQ117 ABQ85 ABE Ram Lan from Canada – 10 25 2011, 12:17 PM Report Spam Good job Leonardo. I am going through the Q & A with explanation. Hope it will help to clear the exam next week. Yu from Unknown – 10 25 2011, 10:25 AM Report Spam Thank for inputsQuestion 33 installing vCSA answer are ACI have installed it. deibel from Unknown – 10 25 2011, 9:57 AM Report Spam Leonardo,thanks for your effort!Q14: From my point of view their is no level called VMWareSupported: http://blogs.vmware.com/esxi/2011/09/whats-in-a-vib.htmlhttp://www.vmware.com/support/developer/PowerCLI/PowerCLI50/html/Set-EsxImageProfile.htmlhttp://myvirtualcloud.net/?p=2040 Q28 Answer B is correct ->http://www.yellow-bricks.com/vmware-high-availability-deepdiv/#HA-50isolated To alle the others…If you provide corrections, documentaion would be very helpful pnikies from France – 10 25 2011, 8:18 AM Report Spam Great Job Leonardo, Thank YouThese are my proposals :Q28 : BDefault Host Isolation Response is "Leave Powered On" and according to the question all hosts are disconnected from the management network Q43 : C / Q62 : AC ? Q72 : B / Q86 : BCD / Q89 : BC / Q91 : B / Q101 : D / Q105 : B / Q122 : D / Q124 : A VGT require VLAN 4095 / Q132 : D Q137 : ADE / Q138 : C / Q146 : AC / Q149 : BC tom from United Kingdom – 10 25 2011, 8:17 AM Report Spam So for Question 11 the correct Answers are A and C. A = The timeout setting is the number of minutes that can elapse before you must log in after ESXi Shell is enabled. After the timeout period, if you have not logged in, the ESXi Shell is disabled. C = The table lists TCP and UDP ports, and the purpose and the type of each. Ports that are open by default at installation time are indicated by (Default). As it clearly states installation and not when SSH is enable….. I hope this has cleared the confusion for this question. tom from United Kingdom – 10 25 2011, 8:11 AM Report Spam Hello Leonardo, 0 timeout by default means the session will not time out. Enable ESXi Shell and SSH Access with the Direct Console User Interface (Optional) Set the timeout for the ESXi Shell. By default, the timeout for the ESXi Shell is 0 (disabled). The timeout setting is the number of minutes that can elapse before you must log in after ESXi Shell is enabled. After the timeout period, if you have not logged in, the ESXi Shell is disabled.Note If you are logged in when the timeout period elapses, your session persists. However, the ESXi Shell is disabled, preventing other users from logging in. tom from United Kingdom – 10 25 2011, 8:01 AM Report Spam Hello Leonardo, Please refer to this link **** http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/index.jsp **** and read below, hopefully this make it clearer for you. TCP and UDP Ports for Management Access vCenter Server, ESXi hosts, and other network components are accessed using predetermined TCP and UDP ports. If you manage network components from outside a firewall, you might be required to reconfigure the firewall to allow access on the appropriate ports. The table lists TCP and UDP ports, and the purpose and the type of each. Ports that are open by default at installation time are indicated by (Default). Hence I think C is the only correct answer! Testtaker from Netherlands – 10 25 2011, 7:52 AM Report Spam I've looked over this exam, it is nice to see that the answers are explained with screenshots taken from the official vmware documentation. This seems very trustworthy. We'll see how this goes, I have an exam next monday. Leonardo from Brazil – 10 25 2011, 7:33 AM Report Spam Hello sampath, This questions is not from Web site http://www.real-questions.com, this are the real questions from VCP-510 exam. A friend of mine do the test and confirm that. My friend send me more 5 questions of his test. This is a PERSONAL DUMP. Take a look, I review question by question with my friend. Thanks sampath from India – 10 25 2011, 7:09 AM Report Spam http://www.real-questions.com/ This is a No.1 fraud website. Long back i purchased GMAT brain dumps not even 1 questions appeared form their dumps and i lost the whole money. This dump will never work. Leonardo from Brazil – 10 25 2011, 7:06 AM Report Spam Hello Tom, I installed a new ESXi 5 to confirm question 11, and per default a new ESXi firewall didn't open 22 port. Only after enable SSH service ESX firewall open port 22. And in oficial docs the Shell Time out is disable. Considering a fresh install, with all default settings the option C and D are correct. Thanks for reply. tom from United Kingdom – 10 25 2011, 5:42 AM Report Spam Queation 11 is incorrect. By default ESXi firewall is enabled. C is the correct answer….. and A is the closest answer that could be right as it states the shell timeout is set too low….. in other words its not set to the default which is 0. Personally think the way this question is phrased i would only say C is 100% correct. McGyver from United States – 10 25 2011, 5:24 AM Report Spam Brilliant !! – Still going through at this time but learning far more than before !!