Oracle 1z0-066 ExamOracle Database 12c: Data Guard Administration

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NEW QUESTION 1
Which two statements are true for Data Guard environments with mufti-tenant databases?

  • A. Different pluggable databases within a logical standby database may have different guard statuses.
  • B. The Data Guard broker automatically always opens the pluggable databases of a standby database after a role change operation.
  • C. The Data Guard broker automatically opens all pluggable databases of a primary database a role change operation.
  • D. The CDBDBA privilege must be used instead of the SYSDBA privilege for connections as SYS to the root container of a multi-tenant standby database.
  • E. A multi-tenant standby database can have fewer pluggable databases than the primary container database

Answer: CD

NEW QUESTION 2
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 3
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 4
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 5
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 6
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 7
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 8
Which three are benefits of using the Data Guard Broker to manage standby databases?

  • A. it simplifies physical standby database creation
  • B. It provides an easy failover capability using a single command.
  • C. it coordinates database state transitions and updates database properties dynamically.
  • D. it automatically changes database properties after the protection mode for a configuration is changed
  • E. It provides an easy switchover capability using a single command.
  • F. It simplifies logical standby database creation.

Answer: BCE

NEW QUESTION 9
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 10
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 11
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 12
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 13
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 14
Examine the Data Guard configuration: DGMGRL> show configuration Configuration -Animals
Protection Mode: MaxAvailability Databases:
dogs- Primary database
sheep- (*) Physical standby database cats- Physical standby database
Fast-Start Failover: ENABLED Configuration Status: SUCCESS
What happens if you issue "switchover" to sheep;" at the DGMGRL prompt?

  • A. The switchover succeeds but Dogs need to be reinstated
  • B. The switchover succeeds but Fast-Start Failover is suspended.
  • C. The switchover succeeds and Cats become the new failover target.
  • D. The switchover succeeds and Dogs become the new failover target
  • E. it results in an error indicating that a switchover is not allowed.

Answer: D

NEW QUESTION 15
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 16
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

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