Re: cheapest way to setup replication using oracle

From: Hernandes Sousa <hernandes.sousa_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2010 12:15:25 -0300
Message-ID: <8696f8f61003150815ub085ee3i354af98457ab230_at_mail.gmail.com>



I'm currently using this kind of replication in my standby machine with Oracle Standard Edition. What you need to do is set up a standby database and ship the logs from the master to the standby, then making the standby apply them.

The whole "manual standby" proccess is very well described here: http://www.databasejournal.com/features/oracle/article.php/3682421/Manual-Standby-Database-under-Oracle-Standard-Edition.htm

On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 3:42 AM, Yechiel Adar <adar666_at_inter.net.il> wrote:

> Export and import every half hour? :-)
>
> What are the requirements?
> Real time, near real time, 1 hour delay?
> Same site or DR site?
>
> Which oracle and OS?
>
> Adar Yechiel
> Rechovot, Israel
>
>
>
> bao jiejie wrote:
>
> Hi friend,
>
> I am thinking about setup a cheapest replication solutions for Oracle dbs.
>
> I am wondering if that is ok to setup DB replication using oracle standard
> Edition ?
>
> like stream plus MV ?
>
> Or I have to apply for Enterprise Edition license so that it maybe easier
> to replication via DG ?
>
> Any advice for Oracle replication ?
>
> Yeah, MySQL belongs to Oracle now and it has a quite easy way to setup
> replication , but we are not talking about MySQL this time :)
>
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