[Free] 2018(Jan) Latesttests Testking Oracle 1z0-053 Dumps with VCE and PDF Download 321-330

Latesttests 2018 Jan Oracle Official New Released 1z0-053
100% Free Download! 100% Pass Guaranteed!
http://www.Latesttests.com/1z0-053.html

Oracle Database 11g: Administration II

Question No: 321 – (Topic 9)

Why should you back up a duplicated tablespace after a TSPITR is complete?

  1. The tablespace cannot be duplicated or restored to any point in time after the duplication.

  2. The tablespace cannot be duplicated or restored to the point in time before the duplication.

  3. The entire database cannot be restored after a TSPITR, so a backup is required.

  4. You cannot bring the tablespace online until its been backed up.

  5. There is no requirement to do so, as RMAN will back up the tablespace after the TSPITR.

Answer: B

Question No: 322 – (Topic 9)

Which command would correctly start a TSPITR of the USERS tablespace?

Latesttests 2018 PDF and VCE

  1. Option A

  2. Option B

  3. Option C

  4. Option D

  5. Option E

Answer: E

Question No: 323 – (Topic 9)

What view would you use to determine if a given tablespace is fully self-contained for the execution of a tablespace point-in-time recovery?

  1. TS_CHECK

  2. TPITR_CHECK

  3. TS_PITR_CHECK

  4. CHECK_TSPITR

  5. PITR_TS_CHECK

Answer: C

Question No: 324 – (Topic 9)

When you are performing a tablespace point-in-time recovery, which tablespaces will always be restored to the auxiliary instance? (Choose all that apply.)

  1. The SYSTEM tablespace.

  2. The UNDO tablespace.

  3. All tablespaces with tables.

  4. All tablespaces with indexes.

  5. No tablespaces are automatically restored.

Answer: A,B

Question No: 325 – (Topic 9)

Which of the following restrictions are NOT true with respect to tablespace point-in-time recovery? (Choose all that apply.)

  1. The target database must be in NOARCHIVELOG mode.

  2. No backup is required of the database before you perform a TSPITR.

  3. You must have all archived redo logs generated since the last backup up to the point to which you want to restore the transport set.

  4. If you rename a tablespace, you can not perform a TSPITR to any point in time before that rename operation occurred.

  5. If you have tables in tablespace_1 that have associated constraints in tablespace_2, then you must transport both tablespaces.

Answer: A,B

Question No: 326 – (Topic 9)

In what state are the datafiles of a tablespace after a TSPITR has been successfully completed?

  1. The datafiles have an ONLINE status.

  2. The datafiles have an OFFLINE status.

  3. The datafiles have an ONLINE status and are in hot backup mode prepared for an online backup.

  4. The datafiles have an OFFLINE status and are in hot backup mode for an online backup.

  5. The datafiles are in STANDBY mode.

Answer: A

Question No: 327 – (Topic 9)

You have a database with the following tablespaces: SYSTEM, SYSAUX, UNDO, USERS, TEMP. You want toquot;roll backquot; the data in the USERS tablespace to the way it looked

yesterday.

Which tablespaces do you need to perform a point-in-time restore operation on in order to complete this task? (Choose all that apply.)

  1. SYSTEM

  2. SYSAUX

  3. UNDO

  4. USERS

  5. TEMP

  6. This restore is not possible.

Answer: A,B,C,D

Question No: 328 – (Topic 9)

If you are going to run a TSPITR recovery, which view will help you to determine which objects will be lost during the TSPITR?

  1. TS_OBJECTS_TO_BE_DROPPED

  2. TS_PTTR_OBJECT_DROPPED

  3. TS_PITR_OBJECTS_TO_BE_DROPPED

  4. TS_OBJECTS_DROPPED

  5. TS_DROPPED_OBJECTS

Answer: C

Question No: 329 – (Topic 9)

In your production database, users report that they are unable to generate reports on an important table because it does not contain any data. While investigating the reason, you realize that another user executed the TRUNCATE TABLE command, which accidentally caused the data to be lost. Now you want to recover the lost data of the table without affecting objects in other schemas.

Which method must you use to recover the lost data?

  1. Complete Recovery with online redo log

  2. Complete Recovery with archived redo log

  3. Tablespace Point-in-Time Recovery (TSPITR)

  4. Incomplete Recovery with system change number (SCN)

Answer: C

Question No: 330 – (Topic 9)

Because of a logical corruption in your production database, you wanted to perform Tablespace Point in Time Recovery (TSPITR). But before you start the recovery, you queried the TS_PITR_OBJECTS_TO_BE_DROPPED view and realized that there are a large number of objects that would be dropped when you start the recovery by using this method. You want to preserve these objects. Which option must you use to perform TSPITR and preserve the object?

  1. Perform Export before TSPITR and Import after TSPITR

  2. Move objects to another schema that has the same tablespace assigned

  3. Perform Incomplete Recovery before TSPITR with the Log Sequence Number (LSN)

  4. Perform Incomplete Recovery before TSPITR with the System Change Number (SCN)

Answer: A

100% Free Download!
Download Free Demo:1z0-053 Demo PDF
100% Pass Guaranteed!
Download 2018 Latesttests 1z0-053 Full Exam PDF and VCE

Latesttests ExamCollection Testking
Lowest Price Guarantee Yes No No
Up-to-Dated Yes No No
Real Questions Yes No No
Explanation Yes No No
PDF VCE Yes No No
Free VCE Simulator Yes No No
Instant Download Yes No No

2018 Latesttests IT Certification PDF and VCE