Which backup backs everything up and clears the archive bit?
CBK 7: Security Operations
Source: ThorTeaches.com practice tests
A: Full backup: This backs everything up, the entire database (most often), or the system. A full backup clears the all archive bits. Dependent on the size of the data we may do infrequent full backups, with large datasets it can take many hours for a full backup.
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