Storage Fundamentals

This is a MCQ based assessment for Storage Fundamentals.

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1. one terabyte is equals to


2. Examples of Solid state memory device includes


3. Mapping of network file system protocol to local file system is done by


4. Time to move the head for read/write operations to a spot on the medium is defined as the ____________


5. HDD stands for


6. To enable the computer for reading the disk, disk is inserted in _________


7. SCSI stands for


8. Which three statements describe differences between Storage Area Network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS) solutions? Choose three.


9. RAID stands for __________


10. Storage location which stores various versions of running program is


11. A drive that can be removed or inserted while the computer is running is said to be


12. What is the most basic level of storage


13. File mapping is managed by


14. A network which uses storage protocol rather then networking protocol is


15. RAID 6 provides _________ fault tolerance


16. A file is scattered into pieces across the surface of a disk, when it is _____________


17. A NAS solution is most appropriate for what type of data environment


18. A DVD is


19. Drive access time is measured in


20. RAID level 1 refers to


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