Answer d e explanation you should apply redo log

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Unformatted text preview: E Explanation: You should apply redo log changes if the tablespace being recovered is writeable, but was read-only when the last backup occurred or when the tablespace being recovered is read-only, but was writeable when the last backup occurred.. Incorrect Answers: A: If the tablespace being recovered has always been writeable, it is not in read-only mode. B: You cannot apply redo logs to the tablespace being recovered is unknown to the control file. C: If the tablespace being recovered is read-only and was read-only when the last backup occurred you don't need to apply redo logs to it, because there are no changes to it. Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 593 Chapter 12: Overview of Backup and Recovery QUESTION 22: Which two types of data files can be considered non-essential? (Choose two) A. Data files belonging to a lost tablespace. B. Data files belonging to an index tablespace. C. Data files belonging to a SYSTEM tablespace. D. Data files belonging to a temporary tablespace. E. Data fi...
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