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From: Denham Eva <>
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 06:59:21 -0800
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Hello Dick and All who contributed to this thread.

Amazingly this software Double-Take(DT) worked over night. Basically what the DT Technician did over the evening was to re-replicate the files and re-mirror the files. This morning we restarted the database and she came up as if nothing had occurred.
I for one was impressed. The database that I left last night was a very unhappy little creature. Apparently the techie decided to re-replicate as he had not done that since the first day. That is his explanation.

Once again thanks for your advice.
Damagement are smiling again, Thank God it was not an "Oracle" problem. Regards
Denham Eva

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    Your welcome. Please let all of us know how things work out for future reference. And don't be afraid to ask for more.

Dick Goulet

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