A it writes data to the archive log files b it writes

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Unformatted text preview: writes data to the archive log files. B. It writes data to the online redo log files. C. It frees resources held by user processes. D. It synchronizes data file header and control files. E. It writes dirty buffers from the buffer cache to the data files. F. The archive process does not take part in instance recovery. Answer: F Explanation: ARCH process does not work in instance recovery itself. SMON background process just Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-025 may use archived by ARCH process redo log files for recovery purposes. Incorrect Answers: A: ARCH process writes data to the archive log files, but it has nothing to do with instance recovery process. B: LGWR process writes data changes into redo log files, not ARCH. C: PMON process frees resources held by user processes. D: CKPT process synchronizes data file header and control file. E: DBWR background process writes dirty buffers from the buffer cache to the data files, not ARCH. Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchm...
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