Diagnosability Enhancements

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These questions are based on 1Z0-050 – Oracle Database 11g New Features
Oracle Self Test Software Practice Test.

 

Objective: Diagnosability enhancements.
Sub-objective: Use support workbench.

 

Single answer, multiple choice

 

You issue the following ADRCI command: show incident-mode detail. When reviewing the results, you notice that the status of one of the incidents is set to Tracking. What does this indicate?

 

 

  1. The incident was manually added to the ADR.
  2. The incident is new, and all diagnostic data for the incident has not been collected.
  3. The DBA has flagged this incident to be kept in the ADR because it is currently being worked on.
  4. Resolution of the incident is complete, and the incident will be purged from the ADR based on the configured retention policy.

 

Answer:
C. The DBA has flagged this incident to be kept in the ADR because it is currently being worked on.

 

Tutorial:
An incident status value of Tracking indicates that the DBA has flagged this incident to be kept in the ADR because it is currently being worked on. You can view the status of an incident using the ADRCI show incident command, as given in this scenario, or by using Enterprise Manager.

 

The option that states the incident was manually added to the ADR is incorrect. The status of an incident does not indicate if the incident was automatically or manually added to the ADR.

 

The option that states the incident is new and all diagnostic data for the incident has not been collected is incorrect. This would be indicated by a status value of Collecting. When an incident has a status of Collecting, you should not package and upload it until the diagnostics gathering is complete.

 

The option that states resolution of the incident is complete and the incident will be purged from the ADR based on the configured retention policy is incorrect. This would be indicated by a status value of Closed.

 

Reference:
Oracle University – Oracle Database 11g: New Features For Administrators – Chapter 12: Diagnosability Enhancements – Problems and Incidents
D50081GC10
Edition 1.0
July 2007
D51900

 

Oracle Database Administrator’s Guide 11g Release 1 (11.1)
Part Number B28310-03
About the Oracle Database Fault Diagnosability Infrastructure
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B28359_01/server.111/b28310/diag001.htm#ADMIN11258

 

Oracle Database Administrator’s Guide 11g Release 1 (11.1)
Part Number B28310-03
Viewing Problems with the Enterprise Manager Support Workbench
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B28359_01/server.111/b28310/diag003.htm#ADMIN12299

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