Site autonomy - Definition - Oracle Distributed Database concepts
Q. What is site autonomy? - Published on 12 Aug 15
a. Each server participating in a distributed database is administered independently from all other databases.
b. Nodes of the system cannot mirror the logical organization of companies or groups that need to maintain independence.
c. Local administrators cannot control corresponding local data. Therefore, each database administrator’s domain of responsibility is smaller and more manageable.
d. Administrators cannot recover from isolated system failures independently from other nodes in the system.
ANSWER: Each server participating in a distributed database is administered independently from all other databases.