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Unformatted text preview: he recovery time? Choose two.
A.By multiplexing the control files
B.By multiplexing the redo log files
C.By decreasing the size of redo log files
D.By configuring mean time to recover (MTTR) to a lower value
E.By setting the UNDO_RETENTION parameter to a higher value
Answer: C, D
Exhibit #1 Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-042 Exhibit #2, command Exhibit #3, error You work as a database administrator for Certkiller .com. You have created a
database link, devdb.uk. Certkiller .com, between the database PRODDB and DEVDB.
You want to import schema objects of the HR user using Oracle Data Pump from
the development database, DEVDB, to the productiondatagbase, PRODDB.
View Exhibit #1 to see the source and targetdatabase.l
You execute the code in Exhibit #2.
The codefailsandproduces the error displayed in Exhibit #3.
What would you do to overcome the error?
A.Remove thedumpfileoption in the command
B.Remove theflashback_timeoption in the command
C.Add the user,SYSTEM, to the schemas option in the command
D.Add thenetwork_link= devdb.uk. Certkiller .comoption in the command
E.Remove the schemasoptions and add thenetwork_link= devdb.uk. Certkiller .comoption in
F.Remove thedumpfileoptions and add thenetwork_link= devdb.uk. Certkiller .comoption in
You work as a database administrator for Certkiller .com. The database is open. A
media failure has occurred, resulting in loss of all the control files in your database.
Which statement regarding the database instance is true in this scenario?
A.The instance would hang.
B.The instance needs to be shut down.
C.The instance would be in the open state.
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D.The instance would abort in such cases.
E.The instance would be in the open and invalid state.
F.The instance would in the open state, but all the background processes will be restarted.
You work as a database administrator for Certkiller .com. In a production
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