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Unformatted text preview: into ARCHIVELOG mode. Answer: C Explanation: 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. Incorrect Answers: 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 recreated. D: It's not necessary to backup a read-only tablespace when the database is put into ARCHIVELOG mode. Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 593 Chapter 12: Overview of Backup and Recovery QUESTION 100: You should issue a backup of the control file after issuing which command? A. ALTER TABLE Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-025 B. CREATE TABLE C. CREATE TABLESPACE D. CREATE ROLLBACK SEGMENT Answer: C Explanation: 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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