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1. A, C. The DBID and DB_KEY are required to identify the database incarnation when using SQL*Plus to query the recovery catalog tables.
2. C. The correct command sequence for recovering a missing tempfile named temp is as follows:
1. STARTUP MOUNT
2. DROP TABLESPACE temp
3. CREATE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE temp TEMPFILE
The database must be mounted, and then the tablespace information needs to be dropped from the data dictionary. Then the tablespace can be created.
3. B. You can now recover through an incomplete recovery, which uses RESETLOGS to open the database. In previous Oracle versions, you had to take a backup immediately following an incomplete recovery, because the redo log sequences got reset, making the backup unusable.
4. B. The Flashback Query will query the deleted customer 46453 from the undo data, and the insert command will add the customer back to the customers table. There will be minimal impact on the database.
5. D. The AWR does not store optimizer statistics. It stores dynamic performance statistics. Optimizer statistics are stored in the data dictionary.
6. B. The most likely cause is that the Oracle client environment is using a character set that does not match the server and is not a strict subset of the server character set. In this situation, Oracle will perform automatic data conversion, which can impact performance.
7. A. A simple plan can allocate CPU resources for up to eight consumer groups at the same level.By default, SYS_GROUP will be allocated 100 percent of level 1 CPU, and all other CPU allocation is done at level 2. Therefore, a simple plan will meet all of these requirements.
8. C. Server-generated alerts would be the best answer. Oracle has a predefined alert that detects ORA-00600 messages in the alert log and will raise an alert when they are found.
9. C. Block change tracking allows RMAN to back up only changed blocks from the last backup. The blocks are identified in a journaling system to expedite the process.
10. C. Multiplexing a backup is designed to improve the performance of the backup sets by copying multiple database files at the same time. Multiplexing can be used with image copies or backup sets.
11. C. Compressed backups work only with backup sets, not image copies. Thus compressed backups will work only with the BACKUP command.
12. A. The missing redo log must first be dropped even though it doesn't exist physically in the file system. This removes the redo log metadata from the data dictionary. Next the log can be added back to database.
13. A, B, C. You need two credentials when running a recovery with EM: the correct operating system account and the correct database account. The correct operating system account is an account similar to the Oracle account in Unix or the administrator account in Windows. The database account is any account that has SYSDBA privilege.
14. A. The view FLASHBACK_TRANSACTION_QUERY is used as a diagnostic tool to identify version information about transactional changes to the database. This view can be used to view the DML statements that were executed against a row and in a specific table.
15. C. The DBVERIFY utility uses the term pages instead of blocks. The DBVERIFY utility determines the amount of corrupt pages in a datafile.
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