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Which set of steps should the vSAN administrator take?

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During yesterday’s business hours, a cache drive failed on one of the vSAN nodes. The administrator reached out to the manufacturer and received a replacement drive the following day. When the drive failed, vSAN started a resync to ensure the health of data, and all objects are showing a healthy and compliant state. The vSAN administrator needs to replace the failed cache drive.

Which set of steps should the vSAN administrator take?

  • A . Remove the existing vSAN disk group, and physically replace the device. Then, check to verity that the ESXi host automatically detects the new device. Afterwards, manually recreate the Disk Group.
  • B . Physically replace the failed cache device, and vSAN will automatically create a new disk group. Then, remove the disk group with the failed device.
  • C . Physically replace the failed cache device, and vSAN will automatically allocate the storage. Then, rebalance the cache layer.
  • D . Place the disk group into maintenance mode, and select Full Data Migration. Then, physically replace the failed cache device. Afterwards. vSAN will rebuild the disk group automatically.

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