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Comments for Data Guard Physical Standby Setup Using the Data Guard Broker in Oracle Database 11g Release 2


Chuck said...

I'm about to use this document to set up a physical standby. I've never used dgmgrl before to manage a physical standby. I've always done it manually.

At what point to the log_archive_dest_n parameters get set to send redo data to the standby in near real time? I dont see that anywhere in the document. Does dgmgrl set those for you.

Tim... said...

Hi.

In this example, since no specific locations are set, Oracle puts them into the FAST_RECOVERY_AREA.

Cheers

Tim...

Chuck said...

So when all is said and done, the primary will write archived logs to the standby's FRA without having to configure it manually? And it will configure LGWR to write to the standby's standby logs too?

Also I found a type-o in the duplicate command. You need to change job_queue_process to job_queue_processes (plural).

Tim... said...


Hi.

Fixed the typo. Thanks. :)

Yes. The broker does most of the configuration for you. You basically just have to set up connectivity.

Cheers

Tim...

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