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A read-only tablespace needs to be backed up only once after the tablespace becomes
read-only, because no data changes will happen after that to the objects in the tablespace
in read-only mode.
A: A read-only tablespace does not need to be backed up at all database backups.
B: You don't need to backup a read-only tablespace whenever the control file is
D: It's not necessary to backup a read-only tablespace when the database is put into
Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 593
Chapter 12: Overview of Backup and Recovery
You should issue a backup of the control file after issuing which command?
A. ALTER TABLE
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B. CREATE TABLE
C. CREATE TABLESPACE
D. CREATE ROLLBACK SEGMENT
You need to back up of control file when you add or remove tablespaces, datafiles, or
online redo log groups or members, or when you rename any file in y...
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