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Exam Oracle Database 12c: RAC and Grid Infrastructure Administration
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Demo Questions

Question 1
Which three statements are true about node listeners in a Grid Infrastructure Cluster using Flex ASM?

  • A: They run from the Grid Infrastructure home by default.
  • B: They listen only for database instances on the same node.
  • C: They listen only for the ASM instance on the same node.
  • D: There only can be one node listener per node.
  • E: They listen on behalf on any ASM instance and all database instances on the same node.



Question 2
Which three statements are true about ASM Cloud File System (ACFS) auditing?

  • A: Audit information gathered by each cluster node can be consolidated into the unified ACFS audit trail.
  • B: acfsutil audit archive must be used to archive audit files that are larger than 10MB.
  • C: acfsutil audit init must be run by a system administrator.
  • D: acfsutil audit purge can be run by an audit manager.
  • E: acfsutil audit read marks audit files to indicate that it is safe to purge them.



Question 3
Which three statements are true regarding ACFS snapshots in Oracle 12c ASM?

  • A: They are contained in a directory on the same volume as their parent file system.
  • B: All ACFS snapshot operations for all filesystem are serialized clusterwide.
  • C: You can create a snapshot from an existing snapshot.
  • D: They can be administered using ASMCMD.
  • E: They can only be accessed when the file system is mounted.
  • F: They are always point-in-time copies of the parent file system.



Question 4
Which two statements are true about initialization parameters for Clustered ASM instances?

  • A: A change to ASM_DISKSTRING requires a restart of all ASM instances for the change to take effect.
  • B: ASM_POWER_LIMIT controls the number of RDBMS instances that can access a disk group while it is being rebalanced.
  • C: The ASM_DISKGROUP parameter is optional.
  • D: The default value of INSTANT_TYPE is ASM.
  • E: The maximum value of ASM_POWER_LIMIT is 1024.



Question 5
Examine this command:
   SQL> CREATE DISKROUP data NORMAL REDANDUNCY:
       FAILGROUP fgrpl DISK 
          ‘/dev/disk1’ NAME disk1, 
          ‘/dev/disk2’ NAME disk2, 
          ‘/dev/disk3’ NAME disk3, 
       FAILGROUP fgrpl2 DISK 
          ‘/dev/disk4’ NAME disk4, 
          ‘/dev/disk5’ NAME disk5, 
          ‘/dev/disk6’ NAME disk6, 
       FAILGROUP fgrpl3 DISK 
          ‘/dev/disk7’ NAME disk7, 
          ‘/dev/disk8’ NAME disk8, 
          ‘/dev/disk9’ NAME disk9, 
       ATTRIBUTE ‘au_size’=’4M’, 
          ‘compatible.asm’ = ’11.2’, 
          ‘compatible.rdbms’ = ’11.2’, 
          ‘compatible.advm’ = ’11.2’, 
          ‘content_type’ = ‘recovery’; 
Which two statements a true about this disk group, created using Grid Infrastructure 12.1?

  • A: Each disk in each of the three fail groups is a mirror of the corresponding disk of the other two failure groups.
  • B: File created in this disk group always has two copies for each allocation unit: one primary and one secondary.
  • C: It can contain ASM Dynamic Volume Manager (ADVM) volumes.
  • D: Any database instance with the COMPATIBLE parameter set to 11.2 or higher can access it.
  • E: The ASM compatible attributes can be changed to 11.1 for this disk group.



Question 6
Which two statements are true about the UNDROP clause of the ALTER DISKGROUP statement?

  • A: It cancels pending drops of disks dropped using the DROP DISKGROUP command.
  • B: A disk cannot be undropped as a result of a drop diskgroup.
  • C: It automatically unmounts the disks after successfully undropping them.
  • D: It is not possible to cancel pending drops of disks dropped using the force option.



Question 7
Examine the output of the asmcmd and srvct1 commands:
  
 
 
Then you execute this command:
   $ srvctl relocate asm – currentnode host03 –targetnode host02 
Which three statements are true regarding the execution of this command based on the output shown?

  • A: It fails because an ASM instance is not configured to run on HOST02.
  • B: It succeeds and starts an ASM instance on HOST02 and shuts down the ASM instance on HOST03.
  • C: It succeeds and 12c database instances connected to the ASM instance on HOST03 can be reconnected to the ASM instance on HOST02.
  • D: It fails because the ASM instance has not been shut down first on HOST03.
  • E: It succeeds and starts an ASM instance on HOST02 but the ASM instance on HOST03 is not shut down until all connected clients disconnected.
  • F: It succeeds and 12c database instances connected to the ASM instance on HOST03 can be reconnected to the ASM instance on HOST01.



Question 8
Which three statements are true about ASM Cloud File System (ACFS) encryption?

  • A: A copy of an encrypted file is not encrypted unless it is created in an encrypted directory.
  • B: acfsutil encr init is used to establish role separation between encryption managers and encryption auditors.
  • C: acfsutil encr off can be run by an encryption manager who may not have system administrator privileges.
  • D: acfsutil encr on can be used to specify the encryption key length for a directory or file.
  • E: An ACFS snapshot can be ACFS encrypted.



Question 9
Which two statements are true concerning ASM diskgroups using disks with a 4k sector size?

  • A: Their COMPATIBLE.ASM attributes must be set to 12.1 or higher.
  • B: Their COMPATIBLE.ASM attributes must be set to 11.2 or higher.
  • C: Performance of ACFS is improved by using these diskgroups.
  • D: Their COMPATIBLE.RDBMS attributes must beset to 11.2 or higher.
  • E: Their sector size attributes can be changed using the ALTER DISKGROUP command.



Question 10
Examine the output of this command:
   ASMCMD> volinfo –G ACFS -a 
   Diskgroup Name: ACFS
   Volume Name: VOL1
   Volume Device: /dev/asm/vol1-280
   State: ENABLED
   Size (MB): 248
   Resize Unit (MB): 32
   Redundancy: MIRROR
   Stripe Columns: 4
   Stripe Width (K): 128
   Usage: ACFS
   Mountpath: /u01/app/grid/acfsmount
The ACFS disk group is a normal redundancy disk group with 5 GB of free space. 
To increase the size of the ACFS file system, you execute this command as the root user:
   $ /sbin/acfsutil size +200M /u01/app/grid/acfsmount 
Which two statements are true regarding the outcome of this command?

  • A: It resizes VOL1.
  • B: It fails to resize the filesystem because it must be unmounted before resizing.
  • C: It fails to resize VOL1 because it must be executed as a user belonging to the SYSASM group.
  • D: It succeeds but leaves the filesystem unmounted.
  • E: It resizes the filesystem mounted on /u01/app/grid/acfsmount.








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