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Lessons Learned Quiz #2: Grid computing

Another Lessons Learned series is complete. Now try your hand at this short quiz on Oracle10g and grid computing.

Another Lessons Learned series is in the books. Now try your hand at this short quiz on Oracle10g and grid computing. The link following each multiple choice question will take you to the answer in Lessons Learned. Good luck!


Question #1

The idea behind this technology is to use resources on an under-used server to provide more computing resources to the database. It works via many different servers, each with their own memory, CPUs and other resources.

a. load balancing
b. file sharing
c. grid computing
d. parallel processing

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Question #2

Oracle9i shops can migrate to 10g in less than __________. (Fill in the blank)

a. 15 minutes
b. 30 minutes
c. 1 hour
d. 1 day

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Question #3

This is the minimum amount of memory you should have available before upgrading to 10g.

a. 128 MB
b. 200 MB
c. 318 MB
d. 512 MB

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Question #4

Late in Oracle8i, this concept was introduced to let Oracle instances in the cluster send data back and forth to other instances without having to write the data to disk first.

a. cache fusion
b. disk pinging
c. file transfer protocol
d. bounce

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Question #5

Oracle10g's grid strategy relies heavily on this technology for its implementation.

a. OPS
b. Asynchronous Change Data Capture
c. Data Pump
d. RAC

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This was last published in June 2004

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