Symantec 250-222 : Implementation of High Availability Solutions for UNIX using Veritas Cluster Server 4.0 Exam
The Symantec 250-222 Implementation of High Availability Solutions for UNIX (using Veritas Cluster Server 4.0) exam is a 110-minute exam with 70 questions total. Passing this exam is required to receive the program certification, which ensures that candidates have mastered the areas of high availability solution implementation, maintenance, and administration using Veritas Cluster Server.
An online preparation guide is available online, which provides details regarding the exam, course information, and certification. While no courses specific to this test are available, courses reviewing related software and procedures can be taken. It is suggested that candidates also read through the exam objectives and set of sample questions that can be found at the Symantec website. A passing score of 65% is required.
Participants should have ample knowledge of the following topics:
1. Installation. Participants must be able to perform pre-installation tasks, such as verifying the environment and security access, and describe the VCS installation process.
2. Configuration. The ability to describe cluster communications set-up, describe the function of resources within a service group, and understand other high availability environment configuration processes is required. Advanced configuration processes, such as determining service group and resource type attributes, should also be known.
3. Implementation and maintenance. Participants must be able to determine implementation validation test outcomes. Additionally, they will be asked to describe the process for adding, removing, and/or modifying different aspects of a running cluster.