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CompTIA exam, Server+. Exam topics include Advanced Hardware Issues, such as RAID, SCSI, Multiple CPUs, SANs, Server Types, System Bus Architectures, and Disaster Recovery, Upgrading, and Security Concept.
 

Exam #:

 

SK0-001

Status:

Active

Time Limit:

90 min.

Avg. Time:

62 min.

Passing Score:

75%

# of Questions:

80

Format:

Form Based

Difficulty:

2

Certifications:

Server +

 

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CompTIA Server+ Certification Exam Objectives

The skills and knowledge measured by this exam are derived from an industry-wide and worldwide job task analysis and a survey to validate the job task analysis. The survey results were used to weight the test domains and ensure that the weightings are representative of the job requirements.

This exam blueprint includes the test objectives and the relative weightings. The table below lists the domains measured by this examination and the extent to which they are represented in the examination. Example topics and concepts are included to clarify the test objectives and should not be construed as a comprehensive list of all the content of this exam.

Domain
% of Exam
1.0 Installation 17%
2.0 Configuration 18%
3.0 Upgrading 12%
4.0 Proactive Maintenance 9%
5.0 Environment 5%
6.0 Troubleshooting and Problem Determination 27%
7.0 Disaster Recovery 12%
Total 100%

Response Limits
The examinee selects the option that best completes the statement or answers the question from four (4) or more response options. Distracters or wrong answers are response options that examinees with incomplete knowledge or skill would likely choose, but are generally plausible responses fitting into the
content area. Test item formats used in this examination are:

Multiple-choice: The examinee selects one option that best answers the question or completes the statement. The option may be to point and click on a selection that is embedded in a graphic.

Multiple-response: The examinee selects more than one option that best answers the question or completes the statement.

Sample Directions: The examinee reads the statement or question and selects only the option(s) that represent the best answer(s) from the options presented.

DOMAIN 1.0: Installation

1.1 Conduct pre-installation planning activities.
1.2 Install hardware using ESD best practices (boards, drives, processors, memory, internal cable, etc.)

DOMAIN 2.0: Configuration

2.1 Check/upgrade BIOS/firmware levels (system board, RAID, controller, hard drive, etc.)
2.2 Configure RAID
2.3 Install NOS. Configure network and verify network connectivity
2.4 Configure external peripherals (UPS, external drive subsystems, etc.)
2.5 Install NOS updates to design specifications
2.6 Update manufacturer specific drivers
2.7 Install service tools (SNMP, backup software, system monitoring agents, event logs, etc.)
2.8 Perform server baseline
2.9 Document the configuration

DOMAIN 3.0: Upgrading

3.1 Perform full backup:
3.2 Add processors:
3.3 Add hard drives:
3.4 Increase memory:
3.5 Upgrade BIOS/firmware:
3.6 Upgrade adapters (e.g., NICs, SCSI cards, RAID, etc.):
3.7 Upgrade peripheral devices, internal and external:
3.8 Upgrade system monitoring agents:
3.9 Upgrade service tools (e.g., diagnostic tools, EISA configuration, diagnostic partition, SSU, etc.):
3.10 Upgrade UPS:

DOMAIN 4.0: Proactive Maintenance

4.1 Perform regular backup
4.2 Create baseline and compare performance
4.3 Set SNMP thresholds
4.4 Perform physical housekeeping
4.5 Perform hardware verification
4.6 Establish remote notification

DOMAIN 5.0: Environment

5.1 Recognize and report on physical security issues:
5.2 Recognize and report on server room environmental issues (temperature, humidity/ESD/power surges, back-up generator/fire suppression/flood considerations).

DOMAIN 6.0: Troubleshooting and Problem Determination

6.1 Perform problem determination:
6.2 Use diagnostic hardware and software tools and utilities:
6.3 Identify bottlenecks (e.g., processor, bus transfer, I/O, disk I/O, network I/O, memory)
6.4 Identify and correct misconfigurations and/or upgrades
6.5 Determine if problem is hardware, software or virus related.

DOMAIN 7.0: Disaster Recovery

7.1. Plan for disaster recovery:
7.2 Restoration.

 

 

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