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NEW QUESTION 1
Which two are prerequisites for configuring flashback database for Oracle 12c databases, in a Data Guard environment?

  • A. a flash recovery area must be configured
  • B. The database must be in MOUNT state.
  • C. The database must be in ARCHIVELOG mode.
  • D. A far sync instance must be configured to flash back a standby when the primary has been flashed back.
  • E. The Data Guard Broker must be used.

Answer: AC

NEW QUESTION 2
Which two are true about the usage of DBMS_ROLLING?

  • A. The leading group contains the original primary database.
  • B. The trailing group contains the original primary database.
  • C. The background process DMON must be enabled on all database instances that take part in the rolling release upgrade process.
  • D. At least one logical standby database must be part of the initial Data Guard configuration
  • E. The trailing group can contain standby databases that will protect the original primary database during the rolling release upgrade process.

Answer: DE

NEW QUESTION 3
You created a physical standby database PRODSBY1 from the primary database PROD using SQL and RMAN Which two are prerequisites for creating a Data Guard Broker configuration to manage these databases?

  • A. The standby database must have supplemental logging enabled.
  • B. The primary database must have FORCE LOGGING enabled
  • C. The DG_BROKER_START parameter must be set to TRUE for both database instances.
  • D. The primary database must have supplemental logging enabled.
  • E. A local net service name to enable connectivity to the PRODSBY1 database instance must be defined on the primary database host.

Answer: BC

NEW QUESTION 4
Your Data Guard environment consists of these components and settings:
1. A primary database
2. Two remote physical standby databases
3. The redo transport mode is set to SYNC.
4. Real-time query is enabled for both standby databases.
5. The DB_BLOCK_CHECKING parameter is set to TRUE on both standby databases.
You notice an increase in redo apply lag time on both standby databases.
Which two would you recommend to reduce the redo apply lag on the standby databases?

  • A. Increase the size of the buffer cache on the physical standby database instances.
  • B. Increase the number of standby redo log files on the standby databases.
  • C. Decrease the redo log file size on the primary database.
  • D. Lower DB_BLOCK_CHECKING to MEDIUM or LOW on the standby databases.
  • E. Increase the size of standby redo log files on the standby databases.

Answer: AD

NEW QUESTION 5
On your logical standby database, you specified these rules:
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Which is true regarding the execution of the UNSKIP procedure?

  • A. it succeeds only if SQL apply is stopped before deleting the SQL Apply filter
  • B. it succeeds but the SQL Apply fitters are not deleted.
  • C. It deletes both the SQL Apply filters.
  • D. it returns an error because the syntax to delete a SQL Apply filter must specify the same object names as specified when the filter was added
  • E. it succeeds only if all DML statements executed on the primary have been applied on the logical standby

Answer: D

NEW QUESTION 6
After converting your physical standby database to a logical database, you get an error:
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How can you rectify the error?

  • A. Add a logical standby database PRODSBY and enable it, thereby replacing the physical standby database metadata in the broker configuration.
  • B. Remove the physical standby database PRODSBY from the broker configuration, add a logical standby database PRODSBY to the broker configuration and enable it.
  • C. Reinstate the physical standby database PRODSBY as a logical standby, thereby replacing the physical standby database metadata in the broker configuration.
  • D. Reinstate both the primary and physical standby databases The broker will automatically detect that PRODSBY is a logical standby update to the metadata.

Answer: D

NEW QUESTION 7
Which three are true concerning Automatic Block Media Recovery in a Data Guard environment when running an application as an ordinary Oracle user?

  • A. Real Time Query must be enabled on the primary database
  • B. Real Time Query must be enabled on the physical standby database.
  • C. |f a physically corrupt block is discovered on a physical standby database, then a valid block image from the primary database is retrieved.
  • D. If a physically corrupt block is discovered on the primary database, then a valid block image from a physical standby database is retrieved
  • E. if a physically corrupt block is discovered on a logical standby database, then a valid block image from the primary database is retrieved.
  • F. If a physically corrupt block is discovered on a primary database, then a valid block image from the logically standby database is retrieved.

Answer: BCD

NEW QUESTION 8
You must configure an Oracle Data Guard environment consisting of:
1. A primary database
2 One Physical Standby Database
3. One Logical Standby Database You must meet these requirements:
1. Primary database availability should not be compromised by the availability of the standby databases.
2. Under normal operations, transactions executed on the primary database should not commit before redo is written to disk on both the primary database and at least one standby database.
Which redo transport mode and which protection mode would you configure to meet these requirements?

  • A. SYNC AFFIRM and Maximum Protection
  • B. SYNC NOAFFIRM and Maximum Protection
  • C. SYNC AFFIRM and Maximum Availability
  • D. SYNC NOAFFIRM and Maximum Availability
  • E. ASYNC and Maximum Performance

Answer: C

NEW QUESTION 9
Your Data Guard environment has two remote physical standby databases
Client applications use the local naming method to connect to the primary database instance.
You want applications to automatically connect to the new primary database instance in case of a switchover or a failover
Which will fulfill this requirement?

  • A. Create a database service on each standby database that is started automatically by a trigger, when the database rote is PRIMARY, modify the connection description used by client applications to include all the standby hosts and connect to the database instance using that service name.
  • B. Create a database service on the primary database that is started automatically by a trigger, when the database role is PRIMARY, modify the connection descriptors used by client applications to include all the standby hosts and connect to the database instance using that service name.
  • C. Set the INSTANCE_NAME parameter identically on all databases; modify the connection descriptor on client applications to include all the standby hosts and connect to the database instance using that service name.
  • D. Set the DB_NAME and DB_UNIQUE_NAME identical on all databases, modify the connection descriptors on client applications to include all the standby hosts and connect to the database using that service name.

Answer: A

NEW QUESTION 10
Which two are true about offloading backups to a physical standby database in a Data Guard environment?

  • A. The standby database must be registered in an RMAN catalog after the primary database has been registered
  • B. The standby database cannot be registered in an RMAN catalog if the primary database has not been registered
  • C. Backups of the standby control file taken while connected to the catalog where the database is registered, may be used to restore the control file onthe primary database.
  • D. The standby database must be registered in an RMAN catalog before the primary database has been registered

Answer: BC

NEW QUESTION 11
A data file on one of your physical standby databases has been accidentally deleted and you must restore and recover it. All the archive logs required for recovery are still on disk in the directory pointed to by the log_archive_dest_1 parameter Which three steps must be performed to restore the missing file and recover the standby database while it is in the MOUNT state?

  • A. Recover the datafile by using the RMAN RECOVER DATAFILE command
  • B. Restart the redo apply.
  • C. Restore the datafile by using the RMAN RESTORE DATAFILE command.
  • D. Stop the redo apply.
  • E. Recover the database by using the RMAN RECOVER DATABASE command.

Answer: CDE

NEW QUESTION 12
Which two are true about the use of RMAN recovery catalogs when offloading backups to a physical standby database?

  • A. It backups that are offloaded to a physical standby database are taken when not connected to a recovery catalog, then they may still be used for restoration on the primary database.
  • B. The physical standby database may be used to register the database in the recovery catalog, if the primary is not registered.
  • C. The primary and physical standby databases must be registered separately in the recovery catalog, if a far sync instance is used to route redo to the physical standby database.
  • D. It is not necessary to use a recovery catalog unless a far sync instance is used to route redo to the physical standby database.
  • E. Primary and physical standby database may use different virtual recovery catalogs in the same physical recovery catalog

Answer: DE

NEW QUESTION 13
Which two Data Guard monitoring activities may be performed using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control?

  • A. monitoring the redo apply rate on a physical standby
  • B. monitoring the redo apply rate on a logical standby
  • C. monitoring the undo generation rate on a logical standby
  • D. monitoring the redo apply rate on a snapshot standby
  • E. monitoring the transport lag
  • F. monitoring the undo generation rate on the primary

Answer: AE

NEW QUESTION 14
You administer a Data Guard environment consisting of a primary and three physical standby databases.
One physical standby database is used for disaster recovery, one is used for reporting, and one is used as a replica for testing.
The standby database used for testing is occasionally converted into a snapshot standby database and then converted back to a physical standby.
The physical standby database is the only standby that is a mandatory destination The broker configuration operates in MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE mode.
Which ARCHIVELOG DELETION POLICY should be set. so that archive logs generated on the primary database are not deleted before they are consumed appropriately on each of the standby databases, but which allows them to be deleted form the primary as soon as it is safe to do so?

  • A. CONFIGURE ARCHIVELOG DELETION POLICY TO APPLIED ON ALL STANDBY
  • B. CONFIGURE ACHIVELOG DELETION POLICY TO APPLIED ON STANDBY;
  • C. CONFIGURE ACHIVELOG DELETION POLICY TO SHIPPED TO ALL STANDBY;
  • D. CONFIGURE ACHIVELOG DELETION POUCY TO SHIPPED TO STANDBY,
  • E. CONFIGURE ACHIVELOG DELETION POLICY TO NONE;

Answer: B

NEW QUESTION 15
Which three are true concerning restoring of RMAN backups to primary and physical standby databases in a Data Guard environment?

  • A. Backups of data files taken on the primary database may be restored on a physical standby database.
  • B. Backups of control files taken on the primary database may not be restored and used on a physical standby database.
  • C. Backups of SPFILEs taken on a physical standby database may not be restored on the primary database.
  • D. Backups of control files taken on a physical standby database may be restored on the primary database.
  • E. Backups of data files taken on a physical standby database may be restored on a pnmary database.
  • F. Backups of SPFILEs taken on the primary database may not be restored and used on a physical standby database.

Answer: CEF

NEW QUESTION 16
Which two are true about management of a far sync instance when using the Data Guard Broker?

  • A. A far sync instance is in a disabled state in the broker configuration immediately after adding it
  • B. A far sync instance that has its RedoRoutes property set may not be disabled in the broker configuration.
  • C. Broker management of a far sync instance may only be disabled with the disable configuration DGMGRL command.
  • D. A far sync instance need not exist before adding it to the broker configuration but may not be enabled until created

Answer: AB

NEW QUESTION 17
Examine the Data Guard configuration after an accidental switchover to Sheep:
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Which three will be true after a switchover to Dogs?

  • A. Sheep will be a disabled logical standby database.
  • B. Sheep will be an enabled logical standby database.
  • C. Cats will be a disabled physical standby database that can be manually enabled.
  • D. Cats will be an enabled physical standby database.
  • E. Dogs will be the primary database.

Answer: BCE

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