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Unformatted text preview: he STARTUP command from SQL*Plus
B. Issue the START ORACLE command from SQL* Plus
C. Issue the ALTER DATABASE OPEN command from SQL*Plus
D. Issue the START ORCL command from the operating system prompt
E. Issue the STARTUP DATABASE OPEN command from the operating system prompt
Answer: A, C
Answers A and C are correct. You can use two commands to open a database : STARTUP
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command and ALTER DATABASE OPEN.
B: There is no START ORACLE command in Oracle.
D: There is no START ORACLE command in any operation system.
E: STARTUP DATABASE OPEN command does not exist in any operation system.
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Chapter 6: basics of the Oracle Database Architecture
In which two ways can a DBA limit the size of the user trace files? (Choose two)
A. Set the MAX_DUMP_FILE initSID.ora file
B. Set the MAX_DUMP_FILE_SIZE in the initSID.ora file
C. Initiate the ALTER SESSI...
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