WHICH TWO FILES SHOULD BE MULTIPLEXED?
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    1)Datafiles

    2)Control Files

    3)Online Redo Log files

    4)password file

    5)parameter files


    Please not the question is "should be multiplexed" and not "can be multiplexed"

    Thanks for the answer in advance.

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    control files
    online redolog files
    option 2, 3

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    Thanks Prakash. Hope u r sure, coz I am giving an exam tomorrow.

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    Hey quester

    I think you better off with your questions in the certification forum.Because there are lotta of answers there and goofies too just search in that forum...

    Best of luck with your exams..;-D

    regards
    Hrishy

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    Who are you giving the exam to?

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    it IS

    control files and log files,

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    Originally posted by quester
    Thanks Prakash. Hope u r sure, coz I am giving an exam tomorrow.
    quester, if you were unsure about this, maybe you should delay your exam. That question is Oracle A&A 101.

    Anyway, good luck.

    OCP 8i, 9i DBA
    Brisbane Australia

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    I think you must work on your fundamentals pretty good as A&A is all about that.
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