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QUESTION 101
Identify the activities performed as part of the Automatic SQL Tuning process in the maintenance window? (Choose all that apply.)

A.    generating the SQL profile
B.    testing and accepting the SQL profile
C.    generating a list of candidate SQLs for tuning
D.    adding tuned SQL plans into the SQL plan baseline
E.    tuning each SQL statement in the order of importance
F.    generating baselines that include candidate SQLs for tuning

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QUESTION 61
Evaluate the following command:
SQL>ALTER SYSTEM SET db_securefile = ‘IGNORE’;
What is the impact of this setting on the usage of SecureFiles?

A.    It forces BasicFiles to be created even if the SECUREFILE option is specified to create the LOB.
B.    It forces SecureFiles to be created even if the BASICFILE option is specified to create the LOB.
C.    It does not allow the creation of SecureFiles and generates an error if the SECUREFILE option is specified to create the LOB.
D.    It ignores the SECUREFILE option only if a Manual Segment Space Management tablespace is used and creates a BasicFile.

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QUESTION 51
Which statements are true regarding SecureFile LOBs? (Choose all that apply.)

A.    The amount of undo retained is user controlled.
B.    SecureFile LOBs can be used only for nonpartitioned tables.
C.    Fragmentation is minimized by using variable-sized chunks dynamically.
D.    SecureFile encryption allows for random reads and writes of the encrypted data.
E.    It automatically detects duplicate LOB data and conserves space by storing only one copy.

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QUESTION 41
You executed the following PL/SQL block successfully:
VARIABLE tname VARCHAR2(20)
BEGIN
dbms_addm.insert_finding_directive (NULL, DIR_NAME=>’Detail CPU Usage’, FINDING_NAME=>’CPU Usage’,
MIN_ACTIVE_SESSIONS=>0, MIN_PERC_IMPACT=>90);
:tname := ‘database ADDM task4’;
dbms_addm.analyze_db(:tname, 150, 162);
END;
/
Then you executed the following command:
SQL> SELECT dbms_addm.get_report(:tname) FROM DUAL;
The above command produces Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM) analysis ____.

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