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Question #52 Section 1
A customer launched a compute instance in the Virtual Cloud Network (VCN), which has an internet gateway, a service gateway, a default security lists and a default route table. The customer opened up Port 22 in the security lists attached to the compute instance subnet, however is still unable to connect to compute instances using SSH. Which action can resolve this issue?
Modify the security list associated with the VCN subnet in which the instance resides. Add a stateful egress rule to allow ICMP traffic in addition to the port 22.
Modify the route table associated with the VCN subnet in which the instance resides. Add a following route to the route table: Destination CIDR: 0.0.0.0/0 Target: Service Gateway (SGW)
Modify the route table associated with the VCN subnet in which the instance resides. Add a following route to the route table: Destination CIDR: 0.0.0.0/0 Target: Dynamic Routing Gateway (DRG)
Modify the route table associated with the VCN subnet in which the instance resides. Add a following route to the route table: Destination CIDR: 0.0.0.0/0 Target: Internet Gateway (IGW)
Question #53 Section 1
Your customer is using an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) compartment named Production that hosts several resources such as compute instances, DB
Systems and File Systems. Each resource in the Production compartment is tagged.
The customer's security team wants to restrict access to DB Systems to only the authorized group of DBAs. Which OCI Tagging capability can be used to meet this requirement?
Tags Defaults with predefined values
Tag-based Access Control
Question #54 Section 1
You have multiple applications installed on a compute instance and these applications generate a large amount of log files. These log files must reside on the boot volume for a minimum of 15 days.
Any log files age over 15 days shouldn't be on boot volume but still must be retained for at least 60 days. The 60- day retention requirement is causing an issue with available disk space.
What are two Oracle recommended methods to retain the log files for 60 days without filling up the boot volume? (Choose two.)
Terminate the instance while preserving the boot volume. Create a new instance from the boot volume and select a DenseIO shape to take advantage of local NVMe storage.
Resize the boot volume of the instance.
Create and attach a block volume to the compute instance and copy the log files.
Create an object storage bucket and use a script that runs daily to move log files older than 15 days to the
Write a custom script to remove the log files on a daily basis and free up the space on the boot volume.
Question #55 Section 1
You have an application server running in a public subnet on a compute instance in US West (us-phoenix-1) region of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). The data sitting on this instance needs to be copied to OCI Object storage bucket available in the same region without traversing over the internet. To enable the connectivity between the instance and Object Storage, you created a service gateway with service CIDR of all Object Storage in us- phoenix-1 enabled. You also modified the security rules to allow the desired traffic.
However, when you tried sending the data to the Object Storage bucket, you notice that the data is going over the internet and not via the service gateway.
What could be the possible reason for this behavior?
Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies restrict the access to the object storage bucket.
The service gateway created in the VCN resides in a different availability domain.
The security list associated with the subnet has an egress rule that allows all traffic to be forwarded to a destination CIDR 0.0.0.0/0.
The route table associated with the subnet has no route rule where the destination is object storage service.
Question #56 Section 1
Which two choices are true for Oracle Autonomous Database with Shared Exadata Infrastructure? (Choose two.)
Autonomous database does not support per-second billing.
Billing for compute usage stops when autonomous database is stopped.
Billing for storage usage continues when autonomous database is stopped.
Billing stops for both CPU and storage usage when autonomous database is stopped.
Billing does not stop when autonomous database is terminated.
Question #57 Section 1
You are responsible for creating and maintaining an enterprise application that consists of multiple storage volumes across multiple compute instances in Oracle
Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
The storage volumes include boot volumes and block volumes for your data storage. You need to create backups of these storage volumes in the most time- efficient manner.
How can you meet this requirement?
Create clones of all boot volumes and block volumes one at a time.
Create on-demand full backups of boot volumes, and copy data in block volumes to Object Storage using OCI CLI.
Create on-demand full backups of block volumes, and create custom images from the boot volumes.
Group together multiple storage volumes in a volume group and create volume group backups.
Question #58 Section 1
As an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure tenancy administrator, you created predefined lists of values and associated them with tag key definitions.
One of the users in your tenancy complains that she cannot see these predefined values. What is causing this issue?
The user is trying to use free-form tags.
Some of the predefined values are null.
The user is not part of an Identity and Access Management group that gives access to tagging.
The user has breached either the quota or service limit for using tags.
Question #59 Section 1
You have compartments C and D under the root compartment in your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) tenancy; compartment C contains a sub-compartment also named D. You are trying to move this sub-compartment D to the parent compartment D like shown in the picture, but the move fails.
What is the reason for this error?
You need to move all the compartments in the hierarchy to the new parent compartment.
You cannot move a subcompartment to another parent compartment.
Both parent and child compartments cannot have the same name.
Sub-compartment D needs to be empty before it can be moved.
https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/en-us/iaas/Content/Identity/Tasks/managingcompartments.htm (restriction on moving compartments)