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F. Data files belonging to a rollback segment tablespace.
Answer: C, F
Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-025 Explanation:
The data files belonging to a SYSTEM and a rollback segment tablespaces can be
considered non-essential, because you need a SYSTEM tablespace to startup database at
least and rollback segment tablespace to rollback not committed information. The loss of
SYSTEM tablespace datafiles or datafiles from tablespaces containing rollback segments
may cause Oracle to stop running.
A: Data files belonging to a lost tablespace cannot be considered non-essential.
B: Data files belonging to an index tablespace cannot be considered non-essential.
D: Data files belonging to a temporary tablespace cannot be considered non-essential.
E: Data files belonging to an application data tablespace cannot be considered
Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 676
Chapter 14: Database Failure and Recovery
In which situation would you need to create a new control file for an existing
A. When all...
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