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Using Enterprise Manager for Backup and Recovery - Quiz

Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question.
 
1. What is the difference between Data Gatherer and Intelligent Agent?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Both processes perform the job of collecting data on a database.
  B. The Data Gatherer process is redundant and will not be available within future releases of Oracle.
  C. Intelligent Agent keeps track of processes running on remote nodes within the network to run jobs, monitor events, and gather data on remote sites, whereas Data Gatherer collects process data for other Oracle Tools.
  D. Data Gatherer collects information about nodes, databases, and jobs and passes this data to Intelligent Agent, which, in turn, passes it to the database.

2. What is the difference between OEM repository and RMAN catalog?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. OEM repository maintains information about different users and their privileges, whereas the RMAN catalog maintains backup information for different databases.
  B. OEM repository maintains user information and passes it to the recovery catalog, which verifies it before performing a backup of the database.
  C. OEM repository is redundant and will be deprecated in future releases of the OEM.
  D. RMAN catalog maintains backup and user information that is verified by the OEM repository.

3. Why is it necessary to create an O/S account and tie it to the OEM?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. An O/S account is used to validate a user when logging into the OEM.
  B. An O/S user informs OEM of the domain of the user, so the OEM can allow the user to manage only those databases that exist within the network domain.
  C. The O/S, OEM, and database users must be the same to login to the OEM.
  D. For the OEM to issue a job to the O/S, it requires an O/S user.

4. What is the difference between administrative and NT accounts?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Administrative accounts are used to manage the database and NT accounts are used to query the database.
  B. An administrative user is an OEM user with administrative privileges, whereas an NT user is used to execute jobs.
  C. An NT user provides password authentication to the administrative user.
  D. The O/S, administrative, and database users must be the same to log into the OEM.