Objective 4.1 in Visual C#

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Configuring Web Caching (4.0)
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You want to use CARP to distribute Web requests from client systems to a five-server ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition array. Each of the computers hosing ISA Server 2004, Enterprise Edition, is identical and none currently has caching enabled. Which of the following must you do to enable CARP (Choose all that apply.) A. Enable caching on each of the five servers in the array. B. Enable CARP at the array level. C. Enable CARP on each member of the array. D. Enable CARP at the enterprise level. E. Enable caching on one server in the array.
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Objective 4.1
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Objective 4.1 Answers 1.
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Correct Answers: E A. Incorrect: ISA Server caches can be configured only on NTFS file system volumes. The maximum size of an ISA Server cache file is 64 GB. If you require a cache size larger than 64 GB, it must be spread across several different volumes. Although RAID 0 will improve access speed, it is inappropriate to use it in this circumstance because of the 64-GB limit. B. Incorrect: The maximum size of an ISA Server cache file is 64 GB. If you require a cache size larger than 64 GB, it must be spread across several different volumes. Although RAID 0 will improve access speed, it is inappropriate to use it in this circumstance because of the 64-GB limit. C. Incorrect: ISA Server caches can only be configured on NTFS file system volumes. The maximum size of an ISA Server cache file is 64 GB. If you require a cache size larger than 64 GB, it must be spread across several different volumes. Although RAID 0 will improve access speed, it is inappropriate to use it in this circumstance because of the 64-GB limit. Moreover, because caching data is not as critical as other data, there is no need for RAID 5 s redundancy. Caching data can be easily regenerated by downloading content from the Internet. D. Incorrect: The maximum size of an ISA Server cache file is 64 GB. If you require a cache size larger than 64 GB, it must be spread across several different volumes. Although RAID 5 will improve access speed and provide redundancy, it is inappropriate to use it in this circumstance because of the 64-GB limit. Moreover, because caching data is not as critical as other data, there is no need for RAID 5 s redundancy. Caching data can be easily regenerated by downloading content from the Internet. E. Correct: The key to this question is knowing that the maximum size of a cache file is 64 GB. If a cache larger than 64 GB is required, it is necessary to distribute the cache over separate volumes. Allocating 50 GB over each disk creates a cache of 150 GB.
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Correct Answers: B A. Incorrect: Although this answer maximizes the cache size, it does not maximize the performance. Spanned volumes do not perform as quickly as RAID 5 or RAID 0 volumes. B. Correct: This answer has the benefit of maximizing cache size and maximizing performance. RAID 0 volumes have better read/write speed than RAID 5 volumes because they do not have to generate parity information.
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Configuring Web Caching (4.0)
C. Incorrect: This answer does not maximize the cache size, though it will provide good performance. Generally cache data should be considered as temporary data and hence should not be stored using disk redundancy. If a disk is lost, new cache data can be generated through normal Internet use. D. Incorrect: Although this solution will maximize cache size, the performance of three separate cache files will not be as good as a single cache file mounted on a volume using RAID 0. When using RAID 0, cache objects are stored and read off three disks at once, maximizing read speed. When using three separate drives, cache objects are stored and read off individual single disks, which does not exploit the advantage of having disks work in parallel.
Correct Answers: D A. Incorrect: By default, FTP objects have a Time-to-Live (TTL) of one day. After one day, they expire and must be downloaded again from the Internet. B. Incorrect: Although setting the TTL for FTP objects to five days will reduce the number of times the object is downloaded from once a day to once every five days, this does not meet the goal of the file s being downloaded at most once per week. C. Incorrect: Altering this setting will not reduce the amount of times that the data file is downloaded during the week. If the data file grows above this limit, it will mean that it will be downloaded each time it is requested from the Internet server because it will not be stored in the cache. D. Correct: Setting the TTL to eight days means that the file will remain in cache for eight days before expiring. This means that the file will be downloaded once every eight days rather than once daily, which is the default.
Correct Answers: C A. Incorrect: With this content retrieval rule in place, if a valid version of a page does not exist in the cache the page will be downloaded automatically from the Internet, bypassing your organization s strict Internet access policy. B. Incorrect: With this content retrieval rule in place, anything that does not exist in the cache will be automatically downloaded from the Internet, bypassing your organization s strict Internet access policy. C. Correct: This content retrieval rule means that if an object is not in the cache, the request will be dropped. The only way that new content can enter the cache is if it does so through a new download job. D. Incorrect: Altering this setting will have no influence on whether content not located in the cache can be accessed by users on the Internal network.
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