Creating a Physical Standby Database, 9.x on Unix (Scripted Example)

Posted at Wednesday, February 01, 2006
Oracle's Data Guard technology is powerful and its use widespread. This post contains a detailed, step-by-step document -- including process flows -- which demostrates how to create a 9.x Physical Standby Database configuration on Unix. This example uses the 'Maximum Performance' option, which relies upon the Archive Writer (ARCn) process in lieu of the LGWR process and Standby Redo Logs (SRL).

Please reference the following documents (Note: Right-click 'Save Target As'):

How To Build a Physical Standby Configuration on Unix
Physical Standby Database Process Flows

To following .tar files contain the scripts that accompany this example:

Scripts for the Primary | Scripts for the Standby

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