Why does SAP HANA have a persistence storage layer that is disk based There are

Why does sap hana have a persistence storage layer

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Question: 4 Why does SAP HANA have a persistence storage layer that is disk-based? There are 2 correct answers to this question. Response: A. To generate indexes for the column store B. To allow row store operations C. To persist in-memory data D. To enable data recovery if the power fails Answer: CD Question: 5 Which customer-specific configuration files are created during the installation of an SAP HANA database? There are 2 correct answers to this question. Question: 6 In the General Licensing Process you can install and reinstall a new permanent license. If the current permanent license expires, a temporary license is installed automatically, what is the validity of this temporary license following a permanent license? Please choose the correct answer. Visit us athttps://
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Question: 7 Which information is stored in the SYSTEMDB of SAP HANA multitenant database container system There are 2 correct answers to this question. Response: Question: 8 To ensures that the database can be restored to the most recent committed state after a restart which of the following Indexserver components make sure such consistency and maintain durable changes? Please choose the correct answer. Response: A. Storage Engine B. Relational Engines C. Disk Storage D. Request Processing Answer: A Question: 9 Which of the following display authorizations for DBA Cockpit is not SAP_BC_S_DBCON_USER? Please choose the correct answer. enabled for Visit us athttps://
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