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standby and auto start [message #196016] Tue, 03 October 2006 13:53
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Registered: May 2005
Junior Member
patch 6
o/s:windows 2003
both file servers are the same.
I have installed primary and physical standby
primary=pdb: file server: s01
standby=sdb: file server: s02
on a separate PC, I am installing the Oracle Data Guard Broke to monitor the database.
On the standby database, there is an WINDOW Service to startup the oracle database set to AUTOMATIC (window service)
It is my understanding, for the STANDBY database to startup, i need to issue
SQL >startup mount;
Since I installed the oracle database with the >STARTER< database, I will need to drop the service and re-create the service using ORADIM
c:\oradim -NEW -SID v102g -INTPWD password -STARTMODE manual
Correct so far?
Ok, know if the primary database FAILSOVER or is SWITCHOVER(switch roles) to the standby database by the BROKER, then the WINDOW SERVICE I just re-created ON THE STANDBY will be wrong. If the STANDBY(which is know the primary)database File server is shutdown or loses power the service will try to startup in standby mode.
do I have to recreate the Windows Service EVERYTIME there is a switchover or failure?
I have not finished installing the Broker, but I can not see anything about RE-CREATEing a windows service in any documentation.
Has someone run into this on a window server?
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