C the primary database still can be active and used

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Unformatted text preview: C: The primary database still can be active and used as standby database, for example. D: After switchover between the primary and the standby database no more redo log files can be applied to the standby database, because of it's already the primary database and all redo logs for it have been reset. Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 1159 Chapter 24: Oracle8i New Features Topics QUESTION 10: What is the difference between using NOLOGGING operations in a single database environment and a standby database environment? A. There is no difference. B. NOLOGGING operations are not available in release 0.1 C. The affected data file needs to be copied from the primary to the standby server. D. NOLOGGING operations can be used on the standby database, but not on the primary database. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-025 Answer: C Explanation: NOLOGGING operations affect a standby database environment, because changes in the primary database will not be written into redo logs and will not be applied to the standby database, so the affected data files needs to be copied from the primary to the standby database manually. I...
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