Data Guard from Solaris Single Node database to a RAC logical standby through streams to a linux cluster

From: April Wells <>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2008 15:28:43 -0500
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Has anyone done anything with a single node database through data guard
to a logical standby that is a RAC?


What is the largest number of tables that anyone has done streams with
to get from one configuration to another (as in downstream data


How complex is it to set up and maintain downstream data capture with
all of the rules that would keep a huge delete from upwards of 700
tables from going down through the logical standby and into a reporting


Anyone have an OLTP setup that feeds an ODS on a different platform and
how is it set up?  I have a Solaris database that I really want to be
able to run as an ultimate source for a linux data warehouse and a linux
reporting database.... And the volume is pretty hefty (over 2 million
transactions a day)


Thanks in advance


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