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You work as a database administrator for Certkiller .com. Your database is in the
MOUNT state and you execute the following command to open it
ALTER DATABASE OPEN;
What two actions are performed as a result of this command? Choose two.
A.All control files are opened
B.All redo files are opened
C.The password file is opened
D.The parameter file is opened
E.All online data files are opened
Answer: B, E
You work as a database administrator for Certkiller .com. Client connection requests
are failing because the listener is not responding. You want to forward client
connect requests to another listener if one listener is not responding.
How do you achieve this?
A.Enable instance failover
B.Configure shared server
C.Enable database failover
D.Enable connect-time failover
E.Enable Transparent Application Failover (TAF)
You work as a database administrator for Certkiller .com. You added atablespaceto
your database. Because of the changes to the physical structure of your database,
you performed a backup of the control file to trace. After this, you lost only the
control files and the instance aborted due to a hardware failure.
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How would you proceed to recover the database?
A.Start the instance and open the database, instance recovery automatically recovers
B.Create a file based on the contents of the trace file and save it to the control file
locations and start the database
C.Re-create the database (The recovery of the control file is not possible because you
have lost all the control files.)
D.Start the instance, in the NOMOUNTstate,re-create the control file using the CREATE
CONTROLFILE command stored in the trace file.
E.Start the instance and MOUNT the database, then re-create the control file using the
CREATE CONTROLFILE command stored in the trace file.
You work as a database administrator for Certkiller .com. You received the following
error while working on your...
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