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D. Group 2 has been already archived.
Redo log files are not multiplexed in your database. Redo log blocks are corrupted
in group 2, and archiving has stopped. All the redo logs are filled and database
activity is halted. Database writer has written everything to disk. Which command
would you execute to proceed further?
A. RECOVER LOGFILE BLOCK GROUP 2;
B. ALTER DATABASE DROP LOGFILE GROUP 2;
C. ALTER DATABASE CLEAR LOGFILE GROUP 2;
D. ALTER DATABASE RECOVER LOGFILE GROUP 2;
E. ALTER DATABASE CLEAR UNARCHIVED LOGFILE GROUP 2;
You execute the following set of commands to create a database user and to grant
the system privileges in your production environment.
SQL> CREATE USER user01
IDENTIFIED BY oracle
DEFAULT TABLESPACE tbs1
TEMPORARY TABLESPACE temp
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SQL> GRANT create session, create table TO user01;
While executing the command to create a table, the user gets the following error
message and the CREATE TABLE.. command fails.
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace
What could be the possible reason for this error message?
A. The tablespace TBS1 is full.
B. The user is not the owner of the SYSTEM tablespace.
C. The user does not have quota on the TBS1 tablespace.
D. The user does not have sufficient system privileges to create table in the TBS1
E. The user does not have sufficient privileges to create table on the default permanent
Initially, for the Automatic Workload Repository (AWR) statistics, the retention
period is set to 7 days, the collection interval is set to 30 minutes and the collection
level is set to Typical in your production database.
You have been using the Memory Advisor for the last three months to generate
recommendations for tuning memory components. However, when you observe the
Memory Advisor on a Friday, you find that the statistics are available only for two
days, Thursday and Friday, of that week.
What would have caused the statistics to be removed?
A. On Wednesday, th...
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