Recovery Manager - Execute STARTUP & SHUTDOWN commands while starting up database - Oracle DBA

Q.  What is used to execute STARTUP and SHUTDOWN commands while starting up a database?
- Published on 29 Jul 15

a. SQL*Plus
b. Recovery Manager
c. Enterprise Manager
d. None of the above

ANSWER: Recovery Manager


  • Nirja Shah   -Posted on 25 Aug 15
    -You can start up a database instance with SQL*Plus, Recovery Manager, or Enterprise Manager

    -Starting Up a Database Using SQL*Plus - You can start a SQL*Plus session, connect to Oracle Database with administrator privileges, and then issue the STARTUP command.

    -Starting Up a Database Using Recovery Manager - You can also use Recovery Manager (RMAN) to execute STARTUP and SHUTDOWN commands.
    -You may prefer to do this if your are within the RMAN environment and do not want to invoke SQL*Plus.

    -Starting Up a Database Using Oracle Enterprise Manager - You can use Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) to administer your database, including starting it up and shutting it down. EM combines a GUI console, agents, common services, and tools to provide an integrated and comprehensive systems management platform for managing Oracle products.

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