Your database has a backup that was taken yesterday (Tuesday) between 13:00 and 15:00 hours. This is the only backup you have. You have lost all the archived redo logs generated since the previous Monday, but you have archived redo logs available from the previous Sunday and earlier. You now need to restore your backup due to database loss. To which point can you restore your database?
A. 13:00 on Tuesday.
B. 15:00 on Tuesday.
C. Up until the last available archived redo log on Sunday.
D. To any point; all the redo should still be available in the online redo logs.
E. The database is not recoverable.
View the Exhibit for some of the current parameter settings. A user logs in to the HR schema and issues the following commands:
SQL> CREATE TABLE emp (empno NUMBER(3), ename VARCHAR2(20), sal NUMBER(8,2));
SQL> INSERT INTO emp(empno,ename) VALUES(1,’JAMES’);
At this moment, a second user also logs in to the HR schema and issues the following command:
SQL> ALTER TABLE emp MODIFY sal NUMBER(10,2);
What happens in the above scenario?
Which three statements are true regarding the functioning of the Autotask Background Process (ABP)? (Choose three.)
A. It creates jobs without considering the priorities associated with them.
B. It translates tasks into jobs for execution by the scheduler.
C. It determines the list of jobs that must be created for each maintenance window.
D. It is spawned by the MMON background process at the start of the maintenance window.
E. It maintains a repository in the SYSTEM tablespace to store the history of the execution of all tasks.