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NEW QUESTION 1
Which three are true concerning database states after a successful switchover?

  • A. If the former primary database became a logical standby database it will be in mount state
  • B. The new primary database will be open read-write.
  • C. The former primary database will always be open.
  • D. If the former primary database became a logical standby database it will be open read- write.
  • E. if the former primary database became a physical standby database it will always be open read-only.
  • F. If the former primary database became a physical standby database it will be in the same state as the former physical standby database

Answer: ABE

NEW QUESTION 2
Which three statements are true about standby redo logs in a Data Guard configuration with no Oracle Streams or Goldengate configured?

  • A. They are required on a logical standby for real-time apply
  • B. They are required only for synchronous redo transport.
  • C. Only standby databases can write redo to them.
  • D. It is recommended to have them on the primary database.
  • E. They are required on a physical standby for real-time apply.
  • F. The LGWR process writes to them on a standby database.

Answer: ACE

NEW QUESTION 3
Which three factors can influence the rate of redo apply on a physical standby database?

  • A. the network latency between the primary and standby databases
  • B. the number of archiver processes on the standby database
  • C. the number and size of standby redo logs on the primary database
  • D. the rate of redo generation on the primary database
  • E. the number and size of standby redo logs on the standby database

Answer: ABE

NEW QUESTION 4
Examine the Data Guard configuration;
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What can you conclude based on this error?

  • A. Cats is a snapshot standby database
  • B. The redo transport mode is set to ASYNC for the standby database Sheep
  • C. The redo transport mode is set to ASYNC for both standby databases
  • D. The redo transport mode is set to ASYNC for the standby database Cats

Answer: B

NEW QUESTION 5
A Data Guard environment has this configuration and these attributes:
1. A primary database
2. A Physical Standby Database named sbdb
3. The configuration is in maximum availability protection mode.
Then sbdb is converted to a snapshot standby database When two statements are true?

  • A. Sdbd can still apply redo
  • B. The recovery point objective increases
  • C. The protection mode is lowered to maximum performance
  • D. The recovery time objective increases.
  • E. Sbdb can still receive redo

Answer: DE

NEW QUESTION 6
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 7
Examine the Data Guard configuration:
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Which three will be true after a switchover to Sheep?

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

Answer: ACE

NEW QUESTION 8
Examine the Data Guard configuration:
DGMGRL > show configuration; Configuration-Animals
Protection Mode MaxPerformance Databases
dogs-Primary database sheep-Snapshot standby database cats-Snapshot standby database
Fast-Start Failover: DISABLED Configuration Status: SUCCESS
You receive an error while attempting to raise the protection mode to Maximum Availability: DGMGDRL> edit configuration set protection mode as max availability;
Error ORA-16627 operation disallowed since no standby databases would remain to support protection mode Failed.
Identify two statements that you can execute, either one of which will enable successful raising of the protection mode to Maximum Availability.

  • A. DGMGRL> convert database sheep to physical standby;
  • B. DGMGRL> convert database cats to physical standby;
  • C. DGMGRL> edit database dogs set property LogXptMode= fastsync;
  • D. DGMGRL> edit database sheep set property LogXptMode= fastsync;
  • E. DGMGRL> edit database cats set property LogXptMode= sync;

Answer: BE

NEW QUESTION 9
Which three statements are true about standby redo logs in a Data Guard configuration with no Oracle Streams or Goldengate configured?

  • A. They are required on a logical standby for real-time apply
  • B. They are required only for synchronous redo transport.
  • C. Only standby databases can write redo to them.
  • D. It is recommended to have them on the primary database.
  • E. They are required on a physical standby for real-time apply.
  • F. The LGWR process writes to them on a standby database.

Answer: ACE

NEW QUESTION 10
You have a Data Guard Broker configuration called Somewhere' as shown:
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Which two are true about the output of this DGMGRL command?

  • A. A far sync instance cannot have inconsistent properties because it has no database.
  • B. It shows all properties whose broker configuration values for database Nearby are inconsistent with the broker configuration values for database Farout.
  • C. It shows all properties whose broker configuration values for database Nearby are inconsistent with the values in the corresponding server parameter file or the runtime values for database instance Nearby.
  • D. Any inconsistency reported is on an instance-specific basis.

Answer: CD

NEW QUESTION 11
You must manually reinstate a database using DGMGRL
To which database should you connect with DGMGRL before issuing the REINSTATE command and in which state should the target database be?

  • A. The target database should be in NOMOUNT state and DGMGRL should be connected to any database that is a member of the configuration
  • B. The target database should be MOUNTED and DGMGRL should be connected to any database that is a member of the configuration
  • C. The target database should be MOUNTED and DGMGRL should be connected to the primary database.
  • D. The target database should be MOUNTED and DGMGRL should be connected to the target database
  • E. The target database should be in NOMOUNT state and DGMGRL should be connected to the primary database

Answer: C

NEW QUESTION 12
Examine the Data Guard configuration:
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Which three will be true after a switchover to Sheep?

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

Answer: ABE

NEW QUESTION 13
Your Data Guard environment has one physical standby database using Real-Time Query. Two sentences have been created by these SQL statements:
create sequence a global; create sequence b session; Neither sequence has been used since being created
Session 1 connects to the primary database instance and issues these two SQL statements:
SELECT a.nextval FROM DUAL; SELECT b nextval FROM DUAL;
Then session 2 connects to the physical standby database instance and issues the same SQL statements.
What output will be seen for session 2?
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  • A. Option A
  • B. Option B
  • C. Option C
  • D. Option D

Answer: C

NEW QUESTION 14
Which three statements are true about Far Sync instances?

  • A. The Data Guard Broker must be used to deploy and manage Far Sync instances.
  • B. They enable standby database to be configured at remote distances from the primary without impacting performance on the primary.
  • C. A primary database can ship redo directly to multiple Far Sync instances.
  • D. They use as spfile, a standby controlfile, and standby redo logs.
  • E. They work with any protection level.

Answer: ABD

NEW QUESTION 15
Which three are true regarding the Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Data Guard configuration verification wizard?

  • A. it checks that supplemental logging is turned on if there is a logical standby database in the configuration.
  • B. it verifies that parameter settings in the SPFILE or in memory or both, are consistent with the broker configuration properties for that database.
  • C. It checks that the current data protection level is consistent with the broker's configured data protection mode.
  • D. it modifies the database configurable parameters to match the values set for the broker configuration.
  • E. It generates a workload on the primary database causing log switching, and monitors the arrival rate of redo on the standby database.

Answer: ABC

NEW QUESTION 16
You are required to change the Data Guard Configuration protection mode from MAXPERFORMANCE to MAXAVAJLABILITY using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
Which two are true about this change?

  • A. If the primary database cannot write its redo to at least one synchronized standby database, then the protection level remains unchanged.
  • B. The primary database instance will remain up and running, if it cannot write redo to at least one synchronized standby database.
  • C. Transactions will not commit until all redo data needed to recover those transactions are written to the online redo log, and to the standby redo log on at least one synchronizes standby database.
  • D. Fast start failover can be enabled when making the chance.
  • E. Real time apply will be automatically turned on.

Answer: BC

NEW QUESTION 17
You are monitoring your Data Guard broker configuration and issue this set of DGMGRL commands:
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What is true concerning this configuration?

  • A. The Close_by primary database instance forwards redo to the FSjnst Far Sync instance, which forwards the redo in turn to the Far_away physical standby database instance.
  • B. The far sync instance will not forward redo to the Far_away physical standby because the Protection mode is not MaxProtection.
  • C. The close_by primary database forwards redo to the Far_away physical standby directly and also sends redo to the FSjnst Far Sync instance.
  • D. The far sync instance will not forward redo to the Far_away physical standby because Fast-Stan: Failover is disabled
  • E. The FSjnst Far Sync instance forwards redo to the Far_away physical standby only if the close_by primary database is not able to do so.

Answer: A

NEW QUESTION 18
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

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