Which command would you use to identify the users that belong to the oradba group?
You have multiple versions of the Oracle database software on a Linux machine. In which two scenarios would you need to relink Oracle executables using the Oracle relink utility? (Choose two.)
You are working in a Linux 32-bit processor environment with 4 GB RAM. You need to increase the size of System Global Area (SGA) from the maximum of 1.7 GB up to 2.7 GB by lowering the memory base and relocating SGA. Which three actions would you perform to increase the SGA size? (Choose three.)
Which statement correctly describes the swap cache in the Linux memory model?
You are monitoring the input/output (I/O) speed of your system. Which three factors would affect the speed? (Choose three.)
You attempt to modify the ksms.s library and relink the Oracle database executable to use the
address 0X15000000 for the System Global Area (SGA). You receive an error.
Which set of commands would you use to restore the original settings?
You have created the dbora script for automating the database startup and shutdown processes and associated the script with the run levels. The dbshut script is associated with runlevel 6.
However, when you shut down the operating system (OS) the dbshut script does not run.
Which two statements explain the reason for the nonexecution of the dbshut script? (Choose two.)
You require multiple groups of DBAs to administer different databases on the same server. Which two actions would you recommend in this scenario? (Choose two.)
Which three statements about the shmmax parameter are true? (Choose three.)
User1 is a member of the OSOPER group only. Which two statements are correct about user1? (Choose two.)