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Oracle DBA Question 106
« on: May 11, 2009, 02:33:02 PM »
Question:

The current password file allows for five entries. New DBAs have been hired and five more entries need to be added to the file, for a total of ten. How can you increase the allowed number of entries in the password file?

A. Manually edit the password file and add the new entries
B. Alter the current password file and resize it to be larger
C. Add the new entries; the password file will automatically grow
D. Drop the current password file, recreate it with the appropriate number of entries and add everyone again

Answer: D

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Oracle DBA Question 106
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