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Unformatted text preview: 7: Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-026 How can the DBA change the location for the listener logfile? (Choose two) A. Edit the init.ora file. B. Edit the listener.ora file. C. Issue the LOG_DIRECTORY command. D. Issue the SET LOG_DIRECTORY command. E. Issue the CHANGE LOG_DIRECTORY command. Answer: B, D Explanation: Answers B and D are correct. To change the location for the listener logfile the DBA can edit the listener.ora file or issue the SET LOG_DIRECTORY command. Incorrect Answers: A is incorrect; the init.ora file have nothing to do with location of the listener logfile. C is incorrect; there is no LOG_DIRECTORY command, but there is SET LOG_DIRECTORY command in LSNRCTL utility. E is incorrect; there is no CHANGE LOG_DIRECTORY command in LSNRCTL utility. Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 991-997 Chapter 21: Overview of Net8 for Client and Server QUESTION 48: You are configuring your environment for multiple protocol interchange, with the client using TCP/IP and CMAN connecting to the server using SPX/IPX. Which parameter should be included in the tnsnames.ora to allow this connection? A. CMAN_RULES B. SOURCE_ROUTE C. RULE D. ACT Answer: B Explanation: Answer B is correct. To configure your environment for multiple protocol interchange SOURCE_ROUTE parameter needs to be set to "YES" in the tnsnames.ora file. Incorrect Answers: A is incorrect; CMAN_RULES parameter is used inside cman.ora file, not in the tnsnames.ora file. C is incorrect; RULE parameter is element of CMAN_RULES entry inside cman.ora configuration file. D is incorrect; ACT parameter is part of RULE entry inside cman.ora file, not the tnsnames.ora file. Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 1088-1090 Chapter 23: Connection Manager, Troubleshooting, and Security Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-026 QUESTION 49: Oracle resolves service names to connection strings by using several methods. One of these methods is host naming. Which statement defines this method? A. Host naming method uses tnsnames.ora file to lookup service names. B. Host naming method uses Oracle names, which maintains the central storage of network services. C. The host naming method uses the third party name resolution mechanisms that can integrate with Oracle. D. The host naming method uses the name of the machine to establish the connection instead of the tnsnames.ora file. Answer: D Explanation: Answer D is correct. The host naming method uses the name of the machine to establish the connection instead of the tnsnames.ora file or Names server. Net8 makes it possible to configure you client so that you don't need to rely on locally configured client tnsnames.ora files or Oracle Names servers to connect those clients to the Oracle server. Instead, Net8 offers a feature called host naming. This feature takes advantage of any naming services that are already available on the network to identify the machine that hosts Oracle to the client. Once a connection with that machine is established, Net8 client attempts to connect to the Net8 server using the established methods for Oracle connections. In TCP/IP, which is the environment where host naming can be used, this consist of the Net8 client attempting to locate the listener on the well-known port an Oracle listener listens on, 1521. Incorrect Answers: A is incorrect; host naming method does not use tnsnames.ora file to lookup service names. B is incorrect; host naming method does not use Oracle Names server. C is incorrect; host naming method does not use the third party name resolution mechanisms Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 1009-1101 Chapter 21: Overview of Net8 for Client and Server QUESTION 50: Which two parameters need to be configured in the tnsnames.ora file to utilize the connection concentration feature of Connection Manager? (Choose two) A. CMAN B. CMAN_RULES C. Address for the Connection Manager process. D. Address for the database dispatcher process. E. Address for the listener on the destination node. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-026 Answer: C, E Explanation: Answers C and E are correct. To utilize the connection concentration feature of Connection Manager address for the Connection Manager process and address for the listener on the destination node need to be configured in the tnsnames.ora file. Incorrect Answers: A is incorrect; there is no CMAN parameter in the tnsnames.ora file. This parameter is present in the cman.ora file. B is incorrect; there is no CMAN_RULES parameter in the tnsnames.ora file. This parameter is present in the cman.ora file. D is incorrect; address for the database dispatcher process does not need to be configured to utilize the connection concentration feature of Connection Manager. Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 1088-1090 Chapter 23: Connection Manager, Troubleshooting, and Security QUESTION 51: Which configuration file must be edited to enable connection pooling? A. Init.ora B. Sqlnet.ora C...
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