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ORA-16778 | ORA-16607 | ORA-16857 | ORA-12541 | Data Guard Physical Standby

Today I came to office and opened my primary and standby test servers. my databases was running properly tnsping was also working on both m/c  but when I tried to check the status of both servers using DG Broker I found these two errors on my primary and standby… 672 more words

Oracle

HOW TO SHUT DOWN/STARTUP DATA GUARD CONFIGURATION | WHAT IS ACTIVE DATA GUARD & HOW TO CONFIGURE IT!

if you want to close your VMs or machine for some kind of maintenance then Oracle recommends you to to do in following step


1. STOP LOG APPLY SERVICE
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SQL> ALTER DATABASE RECOVER MANAGED STANDBY DATABASE CANCEL;

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Oracle 11gR2 Data Guard Physical Standby

I’m having two VMs running on my system. my goal is to create a Disaster recovery solution for my database apparently in prod environment you first and the most important task will be, to create primary and standby m/c in two different locations. 1,230 more words

Oracle

Data Guard warning: This file is unencrypted

Today I did some functional tests with a newly created Data Guard setup. The database is 12.1.0.2 with the latest (January) Bundlepatch installed and it does not use Oracle Managed Files (OMF). 387 more words

Database

Recover Standby Using an Incremental Backup

Hey all,
I know is there is a lot of posts about it in the internet, but I’m doing mine about it. The main reason is that the other has lots of steps and outputs and I miss simplicity. 260 more words

Database

Oracle Data Guard Quick Reference

Oracle Data Guard

Primary database A production database Standby database A database that can become the primary database, should the primary fail EOR 4,129 more words
Data Guard

Little things worth knowing: redo transport in Data Guard 12.2 part 2

In the first part of this article I looked at a number of views and some netstat output to show how redo is transported from the primary database to its standby systems. 991 more words

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