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Register Resynch Reset - Quiz

Select the best answer or answers for each question.

1. Which of the following statements are true regarding the registering of your database?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. When you enter the RMAN command, the server process created to access the recovery catalog will determine if this is a new or existing target database. If it is a new target database, the server process will perform a register of the database.
  B. Most of the information collected by the register command comes from the database control file.
  C. When you are registering a database, the database must be in an open or mounted state.
  D. Recovery Manager will create a unique identifier for each registered database.

2. You want to reset your database to the previous incarnation. Given the following output from a list incarnation of database command, which command will perform this operation?

RESET DATABASE TO INCARNATION
RESET DATABASE TO INCARNATION
Please select the best answer.
  A. RESET DATABASE TO INCARNATION 1
  B. RESET DATABASE TO INCARNATION 10
  C. RESET DATABASE TO INCARNATION 100
  D. RESET DATABASE TO INCARNATION 1234567890

3. Which of the following is true about the resynchronization operation?
Please select the best answer.
  A. If you drop a table in your database, the next backup will cause a resynchronization of the control file and recovery catalog to occur.
  B. The command
RESYNCH CATALOG FROM C:\oracle8\database\ctl1orc1.ora
will resynchronize your recovery catalog to the database structure identified by this control file.
  C. When a resynchronization occurs, all the records in your recovery catalog are updated to the information stored in the specified control file.
  D. If your target database is open during a resynchronization, a new consistency point is created.