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Unformatted text preview: of the extended buffer cache mechanism for 32-bit platforms
that can support more than 4 GB of physical memory. Which three are steps that you
would take? (Choose three.)
A. Verify that DB_CACHE_SIZE is not set.
B. Set USE_INDIRECT_DATA_BUFFERS to True .
C. Set WORKAREA_SIZE_POLICY to AUTO .
D. Verify whether BUFFER_POOL_RECYCLE is not set.
E. Verify whether BUFFER_POOL_KEEP is not set.
F. Set the database buffer cache size with DB_BLOCK_BUFFERS .
Examine the following entry in the crontab file:
30 18 15 * * su-oracle-c/usr/local/bin/backup.cmd &gt;/dev/null 2&gt;&1
Which two statements about this entry are true? (Choose two.)
A. The backup.cmd command is executed by using the superuser privileges.
B. The backup.cmd command is run at 6:30 p.m. daily.
C. The backup.cmd command is executed by logging in as the oracle user.
D. The backup.cmd command is run on the 15th day of every month at 6:30 p.m.
E. The backup.cmd command stores the output and error messages in the cron directory.
Which four statements are correct regarding the Oracle Patch (OPatch) utility? (Choose
A. You must install Perl interpreter version 5.005_03 or greater to be able to use the
B. The OPatch utility is installed as part of the Oracle9i installation.
C. You can use the OPatch utility to apply temporary patches.
D. You can use the OPatch utility to list installed Oracle components.
E. You can use the OPatch utility to roll back temporary patches.
F. You must start the Oracle Management Server (OMS) to be able to use OPatch utility.
G. You can use the OPatch utility to relink the Oracle executable manually.
Answer: A,C,D,E Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-036
Which three statements are correct about the PRE_PAGE_SGA initialization parameter?
A. You can set the PRE_PAGE_SGA parameter to True , provided asynchronous I/O is
enabled for the Oracle server.
B. If you set the PRE_PAGE_SGA parameter to True , then you cannot use multipl...
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