Which of the below represents a valid process for replacing the failed disk?

A cache tier device experiences a permanent disk failure.Which of the below represents a valid process for replacing the failed disk?2. Physically replace the failed disk.2. Physically replace the failed disk.2. Physically replace the failed disk.3. Using the vSphere Web Client, re-create the disk group.When a flash device failure occurs, before physically removing the device from a host, you must decommission the device from Virtual SAN. The decommission process performs a number of operations in order to discard disk group memberships, deletes partitions and remove stale data from all disks.How to do it. Flash Device Decommission Procedure from the vSphere Web ClientLog on to the vSphere Web ClientNavigate to the Hosts and Clusters view and select the cluster objectGo to the manage tab and select Disk management under the Virtual SAN sectionSelect the disk group with the failed flash deviceSelect the failed flash device and click the delete buttonReferences:https://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2014/12/02/vmware-virtual-san-operations-replacing-disk-devices/

Question:

Which of the below represents a valid process for replacing the failed disk?

Options:

1. The hot spare disk replaces the failed disk immediately.

1. Using the vSphere Web Client, replace the failed disk with the hot spare disk.

1. Using the vSphere Web Client, delete the failed disk from the vSAN cluster.

1. Physically replace the failed disk and vSAN automatically takes of the rest of the process.

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

1. Using the vSphere Web Client, delete the failed disk from the vSAN cluster.

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