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Mysql 5.0 DBA Part 1

Mysql 5.0 DBA Part 1

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Question: 1 Will the following SELECT query list all of the tables in the INFORMATION_SCHEMA database? If not, why? SELECT TABLE_NAME FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA = 'INFORMATION_SCHEMA' ORDER BY TABLE_NAME A. Yes. B. No; the INFORMATION_SCHEMA database does not contain information on itself. C. No; the WHERE clause is incorrect. The correct field name is TABLE_SCHEMATA. D. No; there is no table in the INFORMATION_SCHEMA database called TABLES. Answer: A Question: 2 Which of
Question: 1 Will the following SELECT query list all of the tables in the INFORMATION_SCHEMA database? If not, why? SELECT TABLE_NAME FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA = 'INFORMATION_SCHEMA' ORDER BY TABLE_NAME A. Yes. B. No; the INFORMATION_SCHEMA database does not contain information on itself. C. No; the WHERE clause is incorrect. The correct field name is TABLE_SCHEMATA. D. No; there is no table in the INFORMATION_SCHEMA database called TABLES. Answer: A Question: 2 Which of

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04/08/2015

When working with the InnoDB engine, which of the following correctly defines the READ

UNCOMMITTED isolation level?

A. It allows a transaction to only see its uncommitted changes.

B. It allows a transaction to see committed changes made by other transactions.

C. It allows a transaction to see uncommitted changes made by other transactions.

D. It allows a transaction to see both committed/uncommitted changes made by other

transactions.

Answer: C

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