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What is a large set of disk managed by a high-performance controller that presents a mount point to various servers across a private network?

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Complicated?

I'm not sure what you're looking for here. What's the context and background for the question?



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Is this a test question?


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Posted Friday, December 20, 2013 12:52 PM


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Homework? If so, ask your tutor/lecturer.
Interview question? If so, the correct answer is "I don't know"



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Are you talking about a clustered file system?
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This sounds like a Jeopardy question.

I will take "Obscure out of context IT questions" for 800 Alex.

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Based on this set of questions posted elsewhere by the same person, it looks like exam questions or homework questions to me.

It guess it could be interview questions too. In which case, the answer definitely needs to be "I don't know."




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Based on this set of questions posted elsewhere by the same person, it looks like exam questions or homework questions to me.

It guess it could be interview questions too. In which case, the answer definitely needs to be "I don't know."


It is listed under "Homework Help" on that Yahoo link.

OP, I would highly recommend you do the research to answer these questions. If you just post stuff around the internet looking for answers you aren't going to learn anything.


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Sean Lange (12/20/2013)
This sounds like a Jeopardy question.

I will take "Obscure out of context IT questions" for 800 Alex.

It's the Daily Double!!!


Can I have "Questions you need to hire a Telepath to understand" for 100?



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