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How to configure Oracle on Two Servers in Hot Redundant mode [message #435758] Thu, 17 December 2009 15:47 Go to next message
myinvention99
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Registered: November 2009
Location: INDIA
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Hi,
Can anyone explain step-by-step procedure to configure Oracle 10g on two servers to achieve hot redundancy.

I.e. One Server is master (let's say server-1. The other server is Hot Standby (let's say server-2). At any instant, Both databases should be equal. It means at any instant, any filed of any table in server-1 should be equal to server-2.

Whichever the Server (let's say server-1) is started first, it should go to master mode. After 30 Min, the other let's say server-2 is started. Then Server-2 should update its database till it becomes equal to database of server-1.

Similarly when server-2 is started first, server-2 should be master and server-1 should be hot standby.

How to confiure the Oracle 10g on both servers to achieve the above functionality ?


Re: How to configure Oracle on Two Servers in Hot Redundant mode [message #435881 is a reply to message #435758] Fri, 18 December 2009 09:09 Go to previous message
LKBrwn_DBA
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Registered: July 2003
Location: WPB, FL
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Perhaps you could take some time and actually read the "Standby Databases" section in the fine Oracle® Data Guard Concepts and Administration manual.
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