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Vendor Oracle
Exam Code 1z0-338
Full Exam Name Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Cloud Service 2017 Implementation Essentials
Certification Name Oracle Engineered Systems
Technology exadata

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Question: 21

Why is ASM High redundancy an important configuration choice when rolling Exadata Storage Server patching is planned?

A. High redundancy protects from partner disk failure while a cell is offline being updated.
B. High redundancy forces ASM rebalance before allowing disks to be taken offline.
C. High redundancy speeds up ASM fast mirror resync when a cell is brought back online after patching.
D. Normal redundancy provides the same protection during rolling patching, so High redundancy is not important in this case

Answer: A

Explanation:
To ensure redundancy during a rolling upgrade of the Exadata Storage Server Software, MAA recommends ASM high redundancy disk groups.

Question: 22

Which two statements are true about CellCLI?

A. Using a CellCLI command, you can change the SNMP subscribers or add multiple SNMP subscribers.
B. Using CellCLI, you can stop and start the ASM instances that are using the grid disks on the Exadata storage cell.
C. With a simple CellCLI command, you can synchronize changes to all the storage cells in the Exadata realm.
D. Using a CellCLI command, you can see whether grid disks are being used by ASM or not.
E. You cannot use CellCLI to gather the serial numbers of physical disks.

Answer: A, D

Question: 23

A customer has three databases named CC. FIN, and DW. The CC database is for their CallCenter. Even a slight decrease in the response time of the database would mean more people “on hold” in their data center. The orders received through the CallCenter are stored in the Finance (FIN) database. Both databases, CC and FIN, serve as sources for the Data Warehouse (DW) database. All databases use the same Automatic Storage Management (ASM) diskgroup and therefore, the same physical disks on Exadata storage. The customer wants to dynamically control the resources that are available for the CallCenter database because this has direct impact on their operations?
Which option should be implemented?

A. DBRM on the CC database
B. DBRM on all the databases
C. IORM, because DBRM cannot be changed for an existing session
D. IORM and DBRM

Answer: B

Question: 24

Consider the following software changes that are performed manually on a Linux server:
1. Changes for Linux kernel firewall configuration
2. Changes for custom performance monitoring tools
3. Changes for security scan tools
4. Changes for Linux system performance optimization
Which of the software changes listed are permitted on Exadata Storage Servers?

A. 1, 2, 3, and 4
B. only 3 ‘
C. none
D. only 2
E. only 1 and 2
F. only 2 and 3

Answer: C

Explanation:
1: The Storage Server Patch is responsible for keeping our cell nodes always up-to-date, fixing possible problems, and this patch includes different component patches, like kernel patches, firmware, operation system, etc… for the Storage Server.
Incorrect:
3,4: security scan tools changes and Linux system performance optimization changes would be on the database server.

Question: 25

Which two statements are true about enabling write-back flash cache?

A. When enabling write-back flash cache in a non rolling manner, it is important to ensure that asmdeactivatonoutcome is set to YES and asmModestatus is set to ONLINE for all grid disks.
B. Before using write-back flash cache, you need to verify the minimum required versions.
C. Before write back-flash cache is enabled, you need to drop the Flash Cache first.
D. The setting flashCacheMode should be set to writeback by updating cellinit.ora and restarting cellsrv.
E. When enabling write-back flash cache in a rolling manner, dcli should be used to inactivate the grid disks on all cells first.

Answer: B, C

Explanation:
B: Exadata storage version 11.2.3.2.1 is the minimum version required to use this write back flash cache option.
C: Steps for Enabling Write back flash cache:
First of all, you don’t need the stop CRS or database (This is ROLLING method) ,you can do it cell by cell.
* drop flashcache
* Be sure asmdeactivationoutcome is YES is before disabling grid disk

Question: 26

Consider the following setup:
User A1 belongs to resource group High on Database A.
User B2 belongs to resource group Low on Database B.
User C3 is a user on Database C without any DBRM setup.
DBRM setup:
Database A: Resource group High gets 80% and Low gets 20%.
Database B: Resource group High gets 60% and Low gets 40%.
IORM setup:
Database A: Share=20, limit=5
Database B: Share=30, limit=10
Database C: 5 shares
Total number of shares in the IORM setup = 100
What percent of I/O will each database user theoretically be using when the Exadata storage unit I/O throughout is used 100% and no other databases but A, B, and C are running?

A. Al = 36%, B2=18%, and C3=9%
B. Al = 33%, B2=33%, and C3=33%
C. AI = 10%, B2=5%, and C3=20%
D. Al = 8%, B2=12%, and C3=5%
E. Al = 5%, B2=10%, and C3=85%

Answer: E

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