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NEW QUESTION 1
Which two Data Guard features require the use of flashback database by the broker?

  • A. Read-Mostly physical standby implementations
  • B. Far Sync Instances
  • C. Fast-Start Failover
  • D. Real Time Query
  • E. Snapshot Standby databases

Answer: CE

NEW QUESTION 2
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 3
A Data Guard environment has this configuration and these attributes:
1. The primary database prima is in the local region.
2. A physical standby database physt1 is in the local region.
3. A physical standby database physt2 is in a remote region.
4. The primary ships redo to physt1.
5. physt1 ships redo physt2.
6. physt1 and physt2 have Real-Time Query enabled
A sequence has been created with this SQL statement in the primary database: CREATE SEQUENCE a NOCACHE SESSION: Which two statements are true?

  • A. The sequence is usable on physt1 and physt2
  • B. The sequence is usable on physt1 but not usable on physt2.
  • C. The sequence is usable on physt2 if physt1 becomes unavailable, but only if an alternative redo destination has been configured on the primarydatabase.
  • D. physt2 will no longer receive redo if phystl becomes unavailable, unless LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_n has the ALTERNATE attribute specified on the primary database.
  • E. physt2 will no longer receive redo if physt1 becomes unavailable, unless LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_n has the ALTERNATE attribute specified on physt1.

Answer: CE

NEW QUESTION 4
Your expertise is requested for these customer requirements:
1. The Data Guard environment must be in maximum protection mode. 2 Reports must be offloaded to a physical standby database.
3. There must be no lag between the primary and standby databases that affect the reports produced.
4. The primary database must be resilient in case of a single network failure. Which solution is correct for these requirements?

  • A. two standby databases, at least one of them a physical standby with Real-Time Query enabled and the STANDBY_MAX_DELAY parameter set to zero, receiving redo from the primary with asynchronous transport
  • B. two standby databases, at least one of them a physical standby with Real-Time Query enabled and the STANDBY_MAX_DATA_DELAY parameter set to zero, receiving redo from the primary with synchronous transport
  • C. one physical standby database with Real-Time Query enabled, receiving redo from two Far Sync instances that are connected the primary
  • D. one physical standby database with Real-Time Query enabled and the STANDBY_MAX_DATA_DELAY parameter set to zero, receiving redo from the primary with synchronous transport
  • E. two physical standby databases with Real-Time Query enabled, receiving redo from the primary with the LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_n attnbutes SYNC NOAFFIRM to minimize the performance impact on the primary.

Answer: B

NEW QUESTION 5
Examine this list of possible steps:
1 Raise the compatibility level on both databases
2.Restart SQL Apply on the upgraded logical standby database 3 Start SQL Apply on the old primary database.
4. Perform a Switchover to the logical standby database
5. Upgrade the logical standby database.
6. Upgrade the old primary database.
Which is the minimum number of steps in the correct order, to perform a rolling release upgrade of a data guard environment using an existing logical standby database and to enable the new functionality?

  • A. 5,2.4,3,6,1
  • B. 1,5,2,4,6,3
  • C. 5,2,4,6,3,1
  • D. 4,6,5,2,3,1
  • E. 5,2,4,1

Answer: A

NEW QUESTION 6
You edit the DGConnectldentifier database property using the edit database set property DGMGRL command Which two are effects of this change?

  • A. The fal_client database initialization parameter on all standby databases is updated with the new value.
  • B. The service attribute of the log_archive_dest_n initialization parameter for any database referring to the specified database is updated with the new value.
  • C. The fal_client database initialization parameter for the specified database is updated with the new value
  • D. The broker configuration must be disabled and then enabled to use the new connection property.
  • E. The service attribute of the log_archive_dest_n initialization parameter referring to all standby databases is updated with the new value

Answer: AB

NEW QUESTION 7
Which two statements are true regarding Data Guard Broker?

  • A. It automatically adds the primary database to an existing broker configuration when Enterprise Manager Cloud Control is used to create a standby
  • B. It automatically starts the DMON process for the database instances that are part of a Data Guard configuration.
  • C. it can be used to perform failovers and switchovers.
  • D. It can be used to create and manage standby databases.
  • E. It can be used to monitor redo transport and log apply services.

Answer: BC

NEW QUESTION 8
Examine the Fast-start configuration
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Oracle Error Conditions: (none) Which three are true?

  • A. The observer will initiate a failover when the primary database is unable to produce local archived redo log files.
  • B. An automatic failover will be initiated even if the target standby database lags behind the primary
  • C. The observer is running
  • D. a failover may occur if the observer has lost connectivity to the primary database, even if the Fast-Start Failover target standby database has a good connection to the primary database
  • E. The configuration operates in Maximum Availability mode
  • F. The configuration operates in Maximum Performance mode

Answer: ACE

NEW QUESTION 9
Examine this list of possible steps:
1 Raise the compatibility level on both databases
2.Restart SQL Apply on the upgraded logical standby database 3 Start SQL Apply on the old primary database.
4. Perform a Switchover to the logical standby database
5. Upgrade the logical standby database.
6. Upgrade the old primary database.
Which is the minimum number of steps in the correct order, to perform a rolling release upgrade of a data guard environment using an existing logical standby database and to enable the new functionality?

  • A. 5,2.4,3,6,1
  • B. 1,5,2,4,6,3
  • C. 5,2,4,6,3,1
  • D. 4,6,5,2,3,1
  • E. 5,2,4,1

Answer: A

NEW QUESTION 10
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 11
Examine the Data Guard configuration:
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Configuration Status: SUCCESS Which two are true?

  • A. The observer must run on host ol5.example com and is currently not running.
  • B. The observer will reinstate Sheep automatically after a failover, if required.
  • C. The observer will mark another standby database as the failover target if the original failover target becomes unavailable.
  • D. The observer will detect if the primary database is unable to accept new connections
  • E. The former primary database will not be reinstated automatically alter a failover.

Answer: BE

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
A customer has these requirements for their potential Data Guard implementation:
1. Zero data loss must still be guaranteed through the loss of any one configuration component.
2 The primary database must be protected against a regional disaster
3. Performance overheads on the primary should be minimized as much as possible given these requirements.
4. Downtime on the primary database for any reason must be kept to a minimum. Components referred to in the broker commands are:
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Which Data Guard broker commands are needed to implement these requirements?

  • A. EDIT DATABASE prima SET PROPERY REDOROUTES=' (LOCAL: physt1, FASTSYNC)'; EDIT DATABASE prima SET PROPERY REDOROUTES=' (LOCAL: fs1 SYNC)'; EDIT FAR_SYNC fs1 SET PROPERTY REDORUOTES=' (pnma: physt2 SYNC)'; EDIT CONFIGURATION SET PROTECTION MODE AS MAXAVAILABILITY
  • B. EDIT DATABASE prima SET PROPERY REDOROUTES=' (LOCAL: fs1 ASYNC)'; EDIT FAR_SYNC fs1 SET PROPERTY REDORUOTES=' (prima physt FASTSYNC)'; EDIT CONFIGURATION SET PROTECTION MODE AS MAXPROTECTION
  • C. EDIT DATABASE prima SET PROPERY REDOROUTES^' (LOCAL: fs1 SYNC)'; EDIT FAR_SYNCfs1 SET PROPERTY REDORUOTES=' (prima physt ASYNC)'; EDITCONFIGURATION SET PROTECTION MODE AS MAXAVAILABILITY;
  • D. EDIT DATABASE prima SET PROPERY REDOROUTES=' (LOCAL: physt1, FASTSYNC)'; EDIT DATABASE prima SET PROPERY REDOROUTES= (LOCAL: fs1. FASTSYNC)'; EDIT FAR_SYNC fs1 SET PROPERTY REDORUOTES=' (prima: physt2 ASYNC)'; EDIT CONFIGURATION SET PROTECTION MODE AS MAXAVAILABILITY;

Answer: A

NEW QUESTION 14
Which four requirements can be met by deploying a logical standby database?

  • A. Support for workloads requiring additional indexes.
  • B. it can be used to create additional schemas.
  • C. it can be used to create additional tables.
  • D. It must have the same physical structure as the primary database.
  • E. it must provide a disaster-recovery solution that protects all data with capability of performing switchovers and failovers.
  • F. Support for workloads requiring additional materialized views.
  • G. it can be used for Real Application Testing without affecting the disaster recovery capabilities.

Answer: ACEG

NEW QUESTION 15
Which three are prerequisites for enabling Fast-Start Failover?

  • A. The Fast-Start Failover target standby database must receive REDO directly from the primary database
  • B. Flashback Database must be enabled on both the primary database and the Fast-Start Failover target standby database.
  • C. Flashback Database must be enabled only on the Fast-Start Failover target standby database.
  • D. The configuration must be operating in either Maximum Performance or Maximum Availability mode
  • E. The configuration must be operating in either Maximum Performance or Maximum Protection mode
  • F. The Data Guard environment must be managed by the Data Guard Broker.

Answer: BDF

NEW QUESTION 16
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 17
Examine the Data Guard configuration: DGMGRL> show configuration Configuration-Animals
Protection Mode: MaxAvailability Databases:
Sheep- Primary database
Warning: ORA-16817: unsynchronized fast-start failover configuration Dogs - (*) Physical standby database (disabled)
ORA-16661: the standby database needs to be reinstated
Fast-Start Failover: ENABLED Configuration Status: WARNING And the fast-start failover configuration:
DGMGRL> show fast_start failover; Fast-Start Failover: ENABLED Threshold: 30 seconds Target: dogs
Observer: 017.example.com Lag Limit: 30 seconds (not in use) Shutdown Primary: TRUE Auto-reinstate: TRUE Observer Reconnect 10 seconds Observer Override: FALSE
Configurable Failover Conditions Hearth Conditions: Corrupted Controlfile YES Inaccessible Logfile NO
Stuck Archiver NO Datafile Offline YES Oracle error Conditions
ORA-01578: ORACLE data block corrupted (file # %s, block # %s) And finally the reason for the fail over:
SQL> select last_failover_reason from v$fs_failover_stats;
LAST_FAILOVER_REASON
ORA-01578: ORACLE data block corrupted (file # %s, block # %s)
Identify the task, or sequence of tasks, to bring the configuration into the SUCCESS state.

  • A. Bring Dogs to the NOMOUNT state and let the broker reinstate Dogs automatically.
  • B. MOUNT DOGS and issue ''reinstate database dogs:" at the DGMGRL prompt while connected to Dogs.
  • C. MOUNT DOGS and issue "reinstate database dogs:" at the DGMGRL prompt while connected to Sheep
  • D. Open Dogs and let the broker reinstate Dogs automatically.

Answer: C

NEW QUESTION 18
A query on the view DBA_LOGSTBY_UNSUPPORTED on your primary database returns no rows
As a result of this, you decide that an upgrade may use logical standby databases. Which two are true about upgrading Data Guard environments consisting of one logical
standby database running on a separate host from the primary?

  • A. The upgrade always requires downtown until the upgrade of the logical standby is completed
  • B. Using manual upgrade, catctl.pl can be executed in some cases on the primary and standby database simultaneously.
  • C. The upgrade always required downtime until the upgrade of the primary is completed
  • D. Using manual upgrade, catupgr.sql needs to run on the primary database only.
  • E. SQL Apply on the local standby database must be stopped while the primary database is upgraded.
  • F. Fast-Start Failover can be used to protect the primary database during the upgrade.

Answer: BE

NEW QUESTION 19
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 20
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 21
Which three are true about using RMAN in a Data Guard environment?

  • A. A recovery catalog is required when RMAN is used to take backups from a logical standby database in a Data Guard configuration if you plan to recover the primary using those backups.
  • B. Backups of archived redo logs taken on a physical standby are interchangeable with a primary.
  • C. A recovery catalog is required when RMAN is used to take backups from a physical standby database if you plan to recover the primary using those backups
  • D. Backups of control files taken on a physical standby are not interchangeable with a primary.
  • E. Backups of data files taken on a physical standby are interchangeable with a primary.

Answer: BCE

NEW QUESTION 22
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 23
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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