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Which one of the following is a valid Data Availability Mode within Data Guard?

Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5 Delayed protection mode Guaranteed protection mode Maximum protection mode Instant protection mode Rapid protection mode

Problem

CR A! !A"# $%AC cdh&db&data&tbs DA!A'I# ()u*+)oradata)cdh&db)data)cdh&db&data&tbs&*+,dbf( $I- ./*M 0! 1! MA1AG M 1! #2CA# 31I'2RM4 Referring to the above problem5 what is the si6e of each e7tent in the tablespace?

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!he following parameters are set in the initiali6ation parameter file; D"&CR A! &'I# &D $! < (=dg&**+( D"&R C2> R?&'I# &D $! < (=dg&**:( D"&R C2> R?&'I# &D $!&$I- < @G !he C21!R2#&'I# $5 and the D"&CR A! &21#I1 &#2G&D $!&n parameters are not set, A 1ew database is created using the following $A# statement; CR A! DA!A"A$ osdg+*db4 Referring to the above scenario5 which one of the following controlBfile related statements is true ? Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 2ne control file is created in C2RAC# &D2M )dbs, 2ne control file is created in dg&**+, Two control files are created--one in dg !!1 and another in dg !!2" !wo control files are created in C2RAC# &D2M )dbs,

Choice 5

!wo control files are created in dg&**+,

Which one of the following procedures do you use to analy6e a single $A# statement? Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5 D"M$&AD>I$2R,ADD&$A#W8#D&$!A! M 1! D"M$&AD>I$2R,CR A! &!A$8 D"M$&AD>I$2R,ADD&$A#W8#D&R ' #$M% &#'(%)*"+,(C- T,./ D"M$&AD>I$2R,CR A! &$A#W8#D

Which one of the following roles do you grant to allow read access to the $?$ schema obEects? Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5 $ # C!&CA!&R2# $ # C!&$?$&R2# $ # C!&DIC!&R2# $ # C!&DIC!I21AR?&R2# %/0/CT C&T&0)1 *)0/

Which one of the following commands do you enter to list the targets on a managed host? FAssume you are in the right location)directory,G Choice 1 Choice 2 ,)emctl listtargets config "2emctl config agent listtargets Fhttp;))download,oracle,com)docs)cd)"+/++H&*+)em,+*+)b+:*+I)structure,htmG Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5 ,)emctl list targets ,)emctl agent config list targets ,)emctl agent list targets

What is the difference between an 3pdatable Materiali6ed >iew and a Writable Materiali6ed >iew? Choice 1 Choice 2 !he Writable Materiali6ed >iew is not created with the '2R 3%DA! clause, #21G datatypes are allowed in the 3pdatable Materiali6ed >iew,

Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5

!he Writable Materiali6ed >iew does not allow R AD operations, The 3ritable Materiali4ed 'iew does not need to be part of a materiali4ed 5iew group" !he 3pdatable Materiali6ed >iew does not allow column aliases,

%cenario

?ou have a multiBmaster replication setup, ?ou need to add a DA! type column to the table G#& 1!R?, Referring to the scenario above5 which one of the following 2racle pacJages do you e7ecute to ensure that this change is replicated to all the other sites?

Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5

D"M$&R %CA!,A#! R&MA$! R&DD# D"M$&R %CA!,R %#ICA! &2"K C!&DD# D"M$&R %CA!, 0 C3! &MA$! R&DD# #$M% */PC&T"&0T/* M&%T/* */P)$6/CT D"M$&R %CA!,A#! R&MA$! R&2"K C!

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?ou need your production FprimaryG server to be up almost all the time because you are in a :/7H7I.9 mode with a LL,LLM upBtime service level agreement, Referring to the above scenario5 which one of the following Data Guard protection modes do you use?

Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5

Minimum Downtime Mode Ma7imum %erformance Mode Ma7imum %rotection Mode Digh Availability Mode Maximum &5ailabilit7 Mode

CR A! !A"# lcn&clicJ&log F lcn&id I1! 5lcn&seNuence I1! 5refer&code varchar:F@G 5refer&dom varchar:F@G 5referrer&url varcharF9+:G 5primary Jey F lcn&id 5lcn&seNuence 5refer&code G G 2RGA1I-A!I21 I1D 0 I1C#3DI1G refer&dom 2> R'#2W !A"# $%AC clicJ&log&tbs

4 Referring to the above5 which one of the following columns is stored in the overflow area? Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5 refer&dom lcn&seNuence refer&code referrer url lcn&id

Which one of the following is a $A#%#3$ limitation when compared to $R>C!#? Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5 $A#%#3$ does not support C211 C! A$ $?$, $A#%#3$ does not support $!AR!3% 12M231!, $A#%#3$ should always be e7ecuted from the C2RAC# &D2M )bin directory, $A#%#3$ does not support $D3!D2W1 IMM DIA! , %+0P0,% does not support %T&*T,P of more than one instance at a time"

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!here is a reNuirement to partition data based on the geographical region, !here are four regions; A$IA5 AM RICA$5 3R2% 5 and A'RICA, !he table name is $A# $5 and the region is stored in column R GI21&C2D , Referring to the scenario above5 which one of the following statements do you use to partition this data table?

Choice 1 Choice 2

PARTITION BY HASH (region_code)

PARTITION 4 STORE IN ( tsa,tsb,tsc,tsd );

PARTITION BY RAN E (s!bstr(region_code, ", 4)) ( PARTITION sa#es_asia $A%&ES %ESS THAN ('ASIA') , PARTITION sa#es_a(ericas $A%&ES %ESS THAN ('A)ER') ,PARTITION sa#es_e!ro*e $A%&ES %ESS THAN ('E&RO') , PARTITION sa#es_a+rica $A%&ES %ESS THAN ('A,RI') ); P&*T(T(). $8 0(%T 9region code: 9 P&*T(T(). sales asia '&0,/% 9;&%(&;:< P&*T(T(). sales americas '&0,/% 9;&M/*(C&%;:< P&*T(T(). sales europe '&0,/% 9;/,*)P/;:< P&*T(T(). sales africa '&0,/% 9;&=*(C&;: :> PARTITION BY RAN E (region_code) ( PARTITION sa#es_asia $A%&ES %ESS THAN ('ASIA'),PARTITION sa#es_a(ericas $A%&ES %ESS THAN ('A)ERI-AS'), PARTITION sa#es_e!ro*e $A%&ES %ESS THAN ('E&ROPE'),PARTITION sa#es_a+rica $A%&ES %ESS THAN ('A,RI-A')); PARTITION BY HASH (region_code) PARTITION 4 STORE IN ( sa#es_asia,sa#es_a(ericas,sa#es_e!ro*e,sa#es_a+rica );

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?ou administer a database that has had several table and column modifications, Referring to the scenario above5 which one of the following do you do to checJ specific inde7es that are 12 #21G R being used?

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A%TER IN.E/ inde0_na(e )ONITOR; T1en 2!er3 t1e .BA_IN.E/ES 4ie56 &0T/* (.#/? index name M).(T)*(.1 ,%&1/> Then @uer7 the 'A)$6/CT ,%&1/ 5iew" A%TER IN.E/ inde0_na(e )ONITOR; T1en 2!er3 t1e $7OB8E-T_&SA E 4ie56 )ONITOR IN.E/ inde0_na(e ; T1en 2!er3 A%%_IN.E/ES6 A%TER IN.E/ inde0_na(e &SA E; T1en 2!er3 t1e $7OB8E-T_&SA E 4ie56

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!wo temporary tablespace groups e7ist; B tsgrp&temp&sort, Members are listed below B ts&temp&sort&**+ B ts&temp&sort&**: B tsgrp&temp&merge, Members are listed below B ts&temp&merge&**+ B ts&temp&merge&**: Referring to the above scenario5 how do you remove the temporary tablespace group tsgrp&temp&merge?

Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5

DR2% ! M%2RAR? !A"# $%AC GR23% tsgrp&temp&merge4 &0T/* T&$0/%P&C/ ts temp merge !!1 T&$0/%P&C/ 1*),P tsgrp temp sort> &0T/* T&$0/%P&C/ ts temp merge !!2 T&$0/%P&C/ 1*),P tsgrp temp sort> A#! R !A"# $%AC ts&temp&merge&**+ M2> !2 !A"# $%AC GR23% tsgrp&temp&sort4 A#! R !A"# $%AC ts&temp&merge&**: M2> !2 !A"# $%AC GR23% tsgrp&temp&sort4 A#! R !A"# $%AC GR23% tsgrp&temp&merge D # ! 4 DR2% !A"# $%AC GR23% tsgrp&temp&merge4

In a Real Application Cluster environment5 which one of the following nterprise Manager pages do you use to monitor the Global Cache Convert for the entire cluster database? Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 Choice 5 Cluster Database Dome %age Cluster Cache Coherenc7 Page Cluster Database %erformance %age Cluster Cache Coherency Instances %age Cluster %erformance %age