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month. Orders placed before the previous month should be moved to another parti tioned table named Order.Archive. Partition 1 of Order.Archive will include all archived data. Partition 2 will remain empty. These two tables and their partitions are illustrated in Figure 14-6.
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The DBA at the central office is designing a disaster recovery strategy to implement for DBSVR1 after the consolidation project is complete. The backup and recovery strat egy for the Order database must meet the following requirements.
Allow full recovery in the event of total hardware failure. Minimize performance overhead caused by backup and restore operations. All backups must be stored on fault-tolerant volumes. Allow the database to be restored with a maximum loss of 30 minutes of data base activity. No more than five restore operations should be required for any recovery. Recovery to a specific point in time.
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Security
The database server should rely on the Kerberos protocol to authenticate Coho Vine yard employees. Coho Vineyard customers should not be given a Windows user
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account. One employee from each vineyard should be designated as an administrator of the DBSVR1 database server. Password-complexity requirements must be enforced for all employees in the cohovineyard.com domain. Maximum password age must be set to 30 days. These restrictions must be enforced for all SQL Server logins in addition to user accounts. All traffic to and from DBSVR1 must be encrypted. The SQL Server configuration must minimize the server s attack surface while still meeting all the business and tech nical requirements. All client computers at the central office must be updated automatically with Microsoft Updates.
Questions
1. Which of the following methods enables you to meet the archival requirements for the Customer database with the least amount of administrative overhead A. Import all Customer data into an Excel spreadsheet. Save the spreadsheets on disk for six years. B. Perform a monthly backup of all Customer data to tape. Save the backups in a secure location for six years. C. Create a new database named ArchiveData and use database replication to migrate the Customer data into the new database every month. Keep all data in the ArchiveData database for at least six years. D. Do not copy the Customer data to another location. Simply save all data on the Customer database for at least six years. 2. How should you move Partition 2 of the Order.Sales table to the Order.Archive table A. Use a SPLIT operation to move data to Partition 1 on Order.Archive. B. Use a SPLIT operation to move data to Partition 2 on Order.Archive. C. Use a SWITCH operation to move data to Partition 1 on Order.Archive. D. Use a SWITCH operation to move data to Partition 2 on Order.Archive. 3. Which of the following two partitions must be located on the same filegroup A. Partitions 1 and 2 on Order.Sales B. Partitions 1 and 2 on Order.Archive
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C. Partition 2 on Order.Sales and Partition 2 on Order.Archive D. Partition 1 on Order.Sales and Partition 1 on Order.Archive
Suggested Practices
To help you successfully master the exam objectives presented in this chapter, com plete the following tasks.
Partitioning
For this task, you practice partitioning tables and using the SPLIT, MERGE, and SWITCH operators to archive data as well as load data.
Practice 1
Create a partitioned table and practice adding filegroups as well as splitting and merging partitions. Using the partitioned table from Practice 1, create an archive table to use with the SWITCH operator to remove data.
Practice 2
Practice 3
Using the archive table created in Practice 2, use the SWITCH opera tor to append the data to another table.
Take a Practice Test
The practice tests on this book s companion CD offer many options. For example, you can test yourself on just one exam objective, or you can test yourself on all the 70-443 certification exam content. You can set up the test so that it closely simulates the expe rience of taking a certification exam, or you can set it up in study mode so that you can look at the correct answers and explanations after you answer each question
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