Exam Code: 1Z0-052 (Practice Exam Latest Test Questions VCE PDF)
Exam Name: Oracle Database 11g: Administration I
Certification Provider: Oracle
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Q111. Your database instance is configured with automatic undo management and the UNDO_RETENTION parameter is set to 900 seconds. You executed the following command to enable retention guarantee:
SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE undotbs1 RETENTION GUARANTEE;
What affect would this command have on the database?
A. The extents in the undo tablespace retain data until the next full database backup
B. The extents containing committed undo in the undo tablespace are not overwritten for at least 15 minutes
C. The extents containing committed data in the undo tablespace are not overwritten until the instance is shut down
D. The extents containing committed undo in the undo tablepace are transferred to Flash Recovery Area before being overwritten
Q112. View the Exhibit.
You want to create a tablespace to contain objects with block size 16 KB. But while configuring the storage you find that the block size that you can provide is only 8 KB.
Which configuration could have enabled the block selection of 16 KB?
A. Choosing the extent allocation type to uniform
B. Choosing the Segment Space Management option to manual
C. Setting autoextension on for the data file mentioned for the tablespace
D. Setting the DB_16K_CACHE_SIZE parameter for the database instance to a nonzero value
Q113. Examine the following statement that is used to modify the primary key constraint on the SALES table:
SQL> ALTER TABLE SALES MODIFY CONSTRAINT pk DISABLE VALIDATE;
Which three statements are true regarding the above command? (Choose three.)
A. The constraint remains valid.
B. The index on the constraint is dropped.
C. It allows the loading of data into the table using SQL *Loader.
D. New data conforms to the constraint, but existing data is not checked.
E. It allows the data manipulation on the table using INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE SQL statements.
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Q114. The HR user creates a stand-alone procedure as follows and grants the EXECUTE privilege on the procedure to many database users:
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE create_dept ( v_deptno NUMBER, v_dname VARCHAR2,
v_mgr NUMBER, v_loc NUMBER)
INSERT INTO hr.departments VALUES (v_deptno, v_dname, v_mgr, v_loc);
The users having permission to execute the procedure are able to insert records into the
DEPARTMENTS table even though they do not have the INSERT privilege on the table. You want only those users who have privileges on the DEPARTMENTS table to be able to execute the procedure successfully.
What would you suggest to the PL/SQL developers to achieve this?
A. Create the procedure with definer's right.
B. Create the procedure with invoker's right.
C. Grant the EXECUTE privilege with GRANT OPTION on the procedure to selected users.
D. Create the procedure as part of a PL/SQL package and grant the EXECUTE privilege on the package to selected users.
Q115. You executed the following commands in an RMAN session for your database instance that has failures:
RMAN> LIST FAILURE;
After some time, you executed the following command in the same session:
RMAN> ADVISE FAILURE;
But there are new failures recorded in the Automatic Diagnostic Repository (ADR) after the execution of the last LIST FAILURE command. Which statement is true for the above ADVISE FAILURE command in this scenario?
A. It produces a warning for new failures before advising for CRITICAL and HIGH failures.
B. It ignores new failures and considers the failures listed in the last LIST FAILURE command only.
C. It produces advice only for new failures and the failures listed in the last LIST FAILURE command are ignored.
D. It produces an error with recommendation to run the LIST FAILURE command before the ADVISE FAILURE command.
Q116. You used the IMMEDIATE option to shutdown your database instance. Consider the steps that will be performed later when you open the database:
1. SGA is allocated.
2. Control file is read.
3. Redo log files are read.
4. Instance recovery is started.
5. Background processes are started.
6. Data files are checked for consistency.
7. Server parameter file or the initialization parameter file is read.
Which option has the correct order in which these steps occur?
A. 7, 1, 5, 2, 3, 6, 4
B. 1, 5, 7, 2, 3, 6; step 4 is not required
C. 7, 1, 5, 2, 3, 6 step 4 is not required
D. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 4; step 7 is not required
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Q117. View the Exhibit and examine the output of the query.
What do you infer from this?
A. The SGA_TARGET is a static parameter.
B. The instance is started, but the database is not yet open.
C. The server parameter file (SPFILE) was used to start the instance.
D. The SGA_TARGET parameter does not have any effect on the database instance until the SGA_MAX_SIZE parameter is specified.
Q118. Automatic Shared Memory Management is disabled for your database instance. You realize that there are cases of SQL statements performing poorly because of repeated parsing activity, resulting in degradation of performance.
What would be your next step to improve performance?
A. Run the SQL Access Advisor
B. Run the memory Advisor for the SGA
C. Run the memory Advisor for the PGA
D. Run the memory advisor for the shared pool
E. Run the memory advisor for the buffer cache
Q119. Your database is open and the LISTENER listener is running. The new DBA of the system stops the listener by using the command: LSNRCTL> STOP
What happens to the sessions that are presently connected to the database instance?
A. The sessions are able to perform only queries
B. The sessions are not affected and continue to function normally
C. The sessions are terminated and the active transactions are rolled back
D. The sessions are not allowed to perform any operations till the listener is started
Q120. The user HR owns the EMP table. The user HR grants privileges to the user SCOTT by using this command:
Which statement is true after HR issues the REVOKE command?
A. The command fails because SCOTT still has privileges.
B. The command succeeds and privileges are revoked from JIM.
C. The command fails because HR cannot revoke the privileges from JIM.
D. The command succeeds and only HR has the privilege to perform the SELECT, INSERT, and UPDATE operations on the EMP table.