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Exam Oracle Real Application Clusters 11g Release 2 and Grid Infrastructure Administration
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File Name Oracle Real Application Clusters 11g Release 2 and Grid Infrastructure Administration.PracticeTest.1z0-058.2018-09-27.1e.74q.vcex
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Question 1
Which two Cluster ware stack administration actions must be performed as the root user?

  • A: checking the health of the Clusterware on one node
  • B: starting the Clusterware manually on one node
  • C: disabling the Clusterware from automatic start at node reboot
  • D: checking the health and viability of the Clusterware on all nodes
  • E: listing the location of the voting disks



Question 2
Which four statements are true about ADVM interoperability?

  • A: Using fdisk or similar disk utilities to partition ADVM-managed volumes is not supported
  • B: On Linux platforms, the raw utility can be used to map ADVM volume block devices to raw volume devices.
  • C: The creation of multipath devices over ADVM devices is not supported.
  • D: You may create ASMLIB devices over ADVM devices to simplify volume management.
  • E: ADVM does not support ASM storage contained in Exadata.
  • F: F. ADVM volumes cannot be used as a boot device or a root file system.



Question 3
Your four-node cluster was originally purchased, installed, and configured three years ago. You recently added another four nodes to the cluster. 
Now you want to remove two of the older nodes that are still accessible to be redeployed elsewhere in the data center. 
Which two are true regarding the procedure for removing one or more cluster nodes?

  • A: The procedure requires that all commands be invoked from one of the surviving cluster nodes.
  • B: All commands are run as root regardless of which nodes are used to invoke them.
  • C: The procedure requires that some commands be invoked on the node or nodes to be removed and that some be invoked from all surviving cluster nodes.
  • D: The procedure requires that some commands be invoked on the node or nodes to be removed and that some be invoked from one surviving cluster node.
  • E: Some commands require that the name of the node or nodes to be removed are passed as arguments, and some commands require the name of existing nodes to be passed.



Question 4
Your production environment cluster is running Oracle Enterprise Linux and currently has four nodes. You are asked to plan for extending the cluster to six nodes. 
Which three methods are available to add the new nodes?

  • A: silent cloning using crsctl clone cluster and ssh
  • B: a GUI interface from Enterprise Manager
  • C: with the Oracle Universal Installer using runInstaller –clone <nodename>
  • D: silent cloning using perl clone.pl–silent either with parameters in a file or in line
  • E: using addNode.sh



Question 5
The Oracle 11g Release 2 (version 11.2.0.1) ASM instance has a new diskgroup named DATA that is currently not mounted. You log in to a cluster node as the Grid Infrastructure software owner and set the environment variables to point to the ASM instance on that node. Using SQL*Plus, you issue the commands:
CONNECT / AS SYSDBA 
ALTER DISKGROUP DATA MOUNT; 
The system response is:
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-15032: not all alterations performed
ORA-15260: permission denied on ASM disk group
How do you diagnose this error?

  • A: Check v$asm_operation for operations halted by the error.
  • B: Check v$asm_attributes to determine the asm.compatible setting.
  • C: Check v$asm_usergroup to determine the owning user group for this diskgroup.
  • D: Check v$xs_session_role to determine the role privileges of the current user.
  • E: Check the connect string for the privileged role.



Question 6
You enter the following command:
crsctl status resource MyApp 
You get this output:
NAME=MyApp 
TYPE=cluster_resource TARGET=ONLINE STATE=ONLINE on RACNODE4 
MyApp is a policy-managed resource using a server pool with two nodes called RACNODE3 and RACNODE4 and has a cardinality of 1. 
What are the meanings of the target and state status values?

  • A: MyApp is currently active on RACNODE4 and is meant to be active only on RACNODE4.
  • B: MyApp is meant to be active, is currently active on RACNODE4, but the Grid Infrastructure may start MyApp on RACNODE3 due to failovers.
  • C: MyApp is active on RACNODE4 and was manually started.
  • D: MyApp should also be online on RACNODE3 because it is a cluster_resources type that must be active on at least two nodes in the cluster, thereby overriding the CARDINALITY attribute.



Question 7
After evaluating the various methods for extending a cluster, you decide to use addNode.sh.  
The cluster originally consisted of four nodes: RACNODE1, RACNODE2, RACNODE3, and RACNODE4. Now two nodes called RACNODES and RACNODE6 have been installed and connected to the cluster by OS administrations. 
Which three actions should be performed to check whether the new nodes are ready for running addNode.sh and to help correct any problems?

  • A: cluvfy stage -pre crsinst -n RACNODE5/ RACNODE6 -C + DATA -q +VOTE -orainv
  • B: <oinstall group> -fixup -verbose
  • C: cluvfy stage -post hwos -n RACNODE5, RACNODE6 -verbose
  • D: cluvfy comp peer -refnode RACNODE1 -n RACNODE5, RACNODE6 -orainv <oinstall group> -osdba <asmdba group> -verbose
  • E: cluvfy stage -post hwos -n all -verbose
  • F: cluvfy stage -pre nodeadd -n RACNODE5, RACNODE6 -fixup
  • G: cluvfy comp peer -refnode RACNODES -n RACNODE6 -orainv <oinstall group> -osdba <asmdba group> -verbose



Question 8
What are the default connect strings used by SQL*Plus and ASMCMD when connecting to ASM instances?

  • A: operating system authentication for ASMCMD;none for SQL*Plus
  • B: "/ AS SYSASM" for ASMCMD;"/" for SQL*Plus
  • C: "SYS/ AS SYSASM" for ASMCMD;"/ AS SYSDBA" for SQL*Pius
  • D: operating system authentication for ASMCMD;operating system authentication for SQL*Plus
  • E: "/ AS SYSASM" for ASMCMD;operating system authentication for SQL*Plus



Question 9
You want to install a database patch on your eight-node cluster by using Opatch with, the minimum amount of down time to your cluster nodes.  
You have already been prompted for the first set of nodes and you replied with node names RACNODE1 RACNODE2, and RACNODE3.  
Which two statements are true about the procedure for minimizing down time?

  • A: The patch must be propagated to, applied, and the inventory updated on all the remaining nodes before restarting the instances on the first set of nodes.
  • B: When the first set of nodes has been patched, the instances on the remaining nodes are shut down automatically by opatch.
  • C: The instances must be started on the first set of nodes and then stopped on the remaining set to make certain that some nodes are always available.
  • D: When the first set of nodes has been patched, the administrator is prompted to shut down the instances on the remaining nodes.
  • E: The patch must be propagated to and the inventory updated on all the remaining nodes before restarting the instances on the first set of nodes.



Question 10
You are ready to add two new nodes called RACNODE5 and RACNODE6 to your existing four-node cluster using addNode.sh 
You have run cluvfy -peer to check the new nodes against a reference node. 
When you originally created the cluster, the network administrators chose to statically define the scan vip addresses in the corporate DNS server, and you installed the Oracle Grid Infrastructure without using GNS. 
What is the correct way to silently add the nodes? r

  • A: addNode . sh -silent "CLUSTER_NEW_nodes={ RACNODE5, RACNODEg > "
  • B: addNode . sh -silent "CLUSTER_NEW_VIRTUAL_HOSTNAMES=<(RACNODES -VI P, RACNODE6-VIP) "
  • C: addNode. sh -silent "CLUSTER_NEW_NODES= { RACNODES, RACNODE6 } " "CLUSTER_NEW_VlRTUAL_HOSTNAMES= RACNODE5-VIP, RACNODE6-VI P > "
  • D: addNode.sh -silent -responseFile mynewnodea . txt With the response file containing only
  • E: CLUSTER_NEW_NODES= {“RACNODE5, RACNODE6”)
  • F: addNode.sh -silent -responseFile mynewnodes . txt With the response file containing only CLUSTER NEW VIRTUAL HOSTNAMES= { " RACNODE3-VI P , RACNODE4 -VI P >









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