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Unformatted text preview: _PAGE_SGA C. DISK_ASYNCH_IO D. DB_FILE_MULTIBLOCK_READ_COUNT E. DBWR_IO_SLAVES F. DB_WRITER_PROCESSES Answer: E QUESTION 118: When you restarted the machine after editing the display settings, the monitor displays red, green, and blue lines. Which set of steps should you use to troubleshoot the problem? A. Restart the system. Open a terminal window. Log in as root . Edit the X Windows configuration files. Start up the X Server. Specify the telinit 5 command. B. Restart the system. Open a terminal window. Log in as root . Set the DISPLAY variable. Start up the X Server. Specify the telinit 5 command. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-036 C. Switch to the text console. Log in as oracle . Edit the X Windows configuration files. Set the DISPLAY and PATH variables. Start up the X Server. Restart the system. D. Switch to the text console. Log in as root . Turn off GUI by using the telinit 3 command. Edit the X Windows configuration files. Start up the X Server. Restart the system. Answer: D QUESTION 119: Which set of steps describes the method to calculate the amount of memory that is required for bigpages? A. 1. Find total memory in MB from /proc/meminfo and subtract 1 GB from the total memory. 2. Deduct 20% of total memory for use by the kernel. 3. Deduct memory that will be reserved for user connections. 4. Round off the remaining memory down to the next lower multiple of 4 MB. B. 1. Find total memory in GB from /proc/meminfo and subtract 1 GB from the total memory. 2. Deduct 20% of total memory for use by system processes. 3. Deduct memory that will be reserved for user processes. 4. Round off the remaining memory down to the next lower multiple of 2 MB. C. 1. Find total memory in MB from /proc/meminfo and subtract 1 GB from the total memory. 2. Deduct 40% of total memory for use by daemon processes. 3. Deduct memory that will be reserved for user connections. 4. Round off the remaining memory down to the next lower multiple of 8 MB. D. 1. Find total memory in MB from /proc/meminfo . 2. Deduct 40% of total memory for use...
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