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The DB_BLOCK_CHECKINGinitialization parameter is set to TRUE. What would be the
result of this setting on the data blocks being written to the data files, every time the DBWn
writes?

A.
The Oracle database will check all data blocks by going through the data on each block,
making sure the data is self-consistent.

B.
The DBWn and the direct loader will calculate a checksum and store it in the cache
header of every data block when writing it to disk.

C.
The Oracle database will check data blocks belonging to the SYSTEM tablespace only,
by going through the data on each block, making sure the data is self-consistent.

D.
The Oracle database will check data blocks belonging to the SYSAUX tablespace only,
by going through the data on each block, making sure the data is self-consistent.

E.
The Oracle database will check data blocks in the SYSTEM and SYSAUX tablespaces
only, by going through the data on each block, making sure the data is self-consistent.

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