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Identify two correct statements about the Active Session History (ASH) data. (Choose two.)

 

A. A part of SGA Memory issued to store ASH data as rolling buffer.

B.The ASH data can be analyzed between any two small time intervals.

C.All ASH data in memory are flushed to disk by MMON in every 3 seconds.

D.All ASH data in memory are flushed to disk by MMNL process whenever the buffer is full.

Answer: AB

 

I think it should be A D

 

Someone can confirm it?

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Hi Richy,

 

Identify two correct statements about the Active Session History (ASH) data. (Choose two.)

 

A. A part of SGA Memory issued to store ASH data as rolling buffer.

B.The ASH data can be analyzed between any two small time intervals.

C.All ASH data in memory are flushed to disk by MMON in every 3 seconds.

D.All ASH data in memory are flushed to disk by MMNL process whenever the buffer is full.

Answer: AB

 

I think it should be A D

 

Someone can confirm it?

 

 

I agree with you that MMNL is the process that flushed to disk when the buffer is full, in contrast to MMON who does it in fixed intervalls. D might not be correct , because I think not _ALL_ ASH data is written to disk, but only 10% of the samples.

 

Regarding B: Why do you think it's wrong? ASH data is sampled every second and you can analyse it between any two intervals or not?

 

HTH,

mmmmm

 

P.S.: Could you drop me a line at emails not allowed please? I would like to know how you are preparing for the exam.

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Identify two correct statements about the Active Session History (ASH) data. (Choose two.)

 

A. A part of SGA Memory issued to store ASH data as rolling buffer.

B.The ASH data can be analyzed between any two small time intervals.

C.All ASH data in memory are flushed to disk by MMON in every 3 seconds.

D.All ASH data in memory are flushed to disk by MMNL process whenever the buffer is full.

Answer: AB

 

I think it should be A D

 

Someone can confirm it?

 

plz r u have the pass4sure of 1z0-054. i need to pass this exam quickly ASAP.

appreciated if u can send it to me on emails not allowed

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