Re: rac vs dataguard
Date: Fri, 17 Jul 2009 13:31:26 +0100
Joerg, of course i was referring to manual standby, and yes you'll need to weigh up the cost of managing this yourself against the cost of automating it using dg, that said most se customers will be manually managing things like performance, alerts and so on and so on these days - now that the performance tab of em etc isn't available to them. I don't honestly see why a manual standby is such a big deal now oracle has largely abandoned making management functionality available to them.
On 7/17/09, Joerg Jost <joerg.jost_at_unitrade.com> wrote:
> Am Freitag, den 17.07.2009, 11:06 +0100 schrieb Niall Litchfield:
>> And of course a standby database is available in se as well. There is
>> a license implication, but not to the same cost as buying ee.
>> On 7/17/09, D'Hooge Freek <Freek.DHooge_at_uptime.be> wrote:
>> > Rac is only available on standard edition with a special use licensing
>> > (which limits for instance the number of cpu's available in the cluster)
> Freek, the limits for RAC are normally no problem for our customers
> because you can build a 2 Node
> Cluster with a total of 4 CPU's. This configuration is mostly enough
> for the needs of our customers.
> But of course, you're right with this hint.
> But Niall, what Standby except the solution with shell scripts and
> manually recover is build in the SE?
> Maybe i miss something, but as far as i know, you are not allowed to use
> the Dataguard Feature.
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