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Question No. 1

You are implementing leasing functionality within your environment to ensure exclusive ownership of a cluster-wide entity.

Which type of leasing requires that Node Manager is configured and running? (Choose the best answer.)

Answer: C

Setting Migration Basis to Consensus leasing means that the member servers maintain leasing information in-memory, which removes the requirement of having a high-availability database to use leasing. This version of leasing requires that you use Node Manager to control servers within the cluster.


Question No. 2

You have enabled JMS Diagnostic Logging and are analyzing JMS Message delivery and acknowledgment using the generated log entries. For this purpose, you are tracking individual message IDs.

What is the default format of the message ID that you would expect to see in the log? (Choose the best answer.)

Answer: D

Example: >


Question No. 3

You are asked to configure Node Manager for your production environment. You are considering whether to use the Java version or the script-based version of Node Manager.

Which statement correctly describes the difference between the two versions?

Answer: A

Java-based Node Manager runs within a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) process. It is recommended that you run it as a Windows service on Windows platforms and as an operating system service on UNIX platforms.

For UNIX and Linux systems, WebLogic Server provides a script-based version of Node Manager.


Question No. 4

You are tasked with doing a rolling upgrade of a production domain that will minimize user interruptions.

What are two characteristics of a rolling upgrade? (Choose two.)

Answer: D, E

D: The rolling upgrade process includes stopping the Administration Server, installing the upgrade, restarting the Administration Server, and then doing the same for each Managed Server in the cluster.

E: You should not make configuration changes during the upgrade process until all the servers in the cluster have been upgraded. This is especially true for new configuration options.

Note: Rolling Upgrade is the process of upgrading a running WebLogic Server cluster with a patch, maintenance pack, or minor release without shutting down the entire cluster or domain. During the rolling upgrade of a cluster, each server in the cluster is individually upgraded and restarted while the other servers in the cluster continue to host your application.


Question No. 5

You are analyzing the JMSDeliveryMode header field for all the messages for all the queues deployed to your JMSServer.

Which two values do you expect to find for this header? (Choose two.)

Answer: A, B

JMSDeliveryMode specifies PERSISTENT or NON_PERSISTENT messaging.


Question No. 6

Under a normal startup scenario, a managed server contacts the administration server to get its configuration information.

However in case the administration server is not available, which mechanism can be used by the managed server to start up successfully? (Choose the best answer.)

Answer: C

When a Managed Server starts, it tries to contact the Administration Server to retrieve its configuration information. If a Managed Server cannot connect to the Administration Server during startup, it can retrieve its configuration by reading configuration and security files directly. A Managed Server that starts in this way is running in Managed Server Independence (MSI) mode


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