Which two activities are NOT supported by the Data Recovery Advisor (DRA)?

Which two activities are NOT supported by the Data Recovery Advisor (DRA)? (Choose two.)Data Recovery AdvisorThe Data Recovery Advisor automatically gathers data failure information when an error is encountered. In addition, it can proactively check for failures. In this mode, it can potentially detect and analyze data failures before a database process discovers the corruption and signals an error. (Note that repairs are always under human control.)Data failures can be very serious. For example, if your current los files are missing, you cannot open your database. Some data failures (like block corruptions in data files) are not catastrophic because they do not take the database down or prevent you from opening the Oracle instance. The Data Recovery Advisor handles both cases: the one when you cannot start up the database (because required database files are missing, inconsistent, or corrupted) and the one when file corruptions are discovered during run time.Supported Database ConfigurationsIn the current release, the Data Recovery Advisor supports single-instance databases. Oracle Real Application Clusters databases are not supported.The Data Recovery Advisor cannot use blocks or files transferred from a standby database to repair failures on a primary database. Furthermore, you cannot use the Data Recovery Advisor to diagnose and repair failure on a standby database. However, the Data Recovery Advisor does support failover to a standby database as a repair option (as mentioned above).

Question:

Which two activities are NOT supported by the Data Recovery Advisor (DRA)?

Options:

Recover from failures in the RAC environment.

Diagnose and repair a data file corruption online.

Diagnose and repair a data file corruption offline.

Diagnose and repair failures on a standby database.

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

Recover from failures in the RAC environment.
Diagnose and repair failures on a standby database.

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