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Question :-

A vSphere administrator has created a Virtual SAN Cluster with Automatic Mode Disk Groups. The cluster includes three ESXi hosts contributing one SSD and six SAS disks each. The administrator has four new ESXi hosts that boot from a fiber channel array and have no local disks attached. These four new hosts need additional shared storage but there is insufficient space on the fiber channel array. The hardware budget is limited. What can the administrator do to provide the needed storage for the lowest cost?
Add the four new hosts to the Virtual SAN Cluster and use the existing storage in the cluster.
Add an SAS RAID controller to each of the new hosts. Attach one SSD and six SAS disks to each RAID controller and then add the four hosts to the Virtual SAN cluster.
Add the four new hosts to the Virtual SAN Cluster and contribute the fiber channel disks to the Virtual SAN.
Add the four new hosts to the Virtual SAN Cluster and change to Manual Mode Disk Groups.

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