Re: Dataguard config

From: Adam Musch <>
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2013 14:36:47 -0500
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I would question why you're implementing data guard without a compelling business case. The server(s) on which the standby database(s) must have the same licensed options as the active databases which they support.

On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 2:21 PM, C P <> wrote:

> We are thinking of implementing dataguard for several of our production
> databases, some in 10g, some in 11g. One of the colleagues is suggesting an
> idea of just having one unix server and install several 10g and 11g (11.1,
> 11.2) oracle homes for different applications and running several standbys
> (about 8) out of those oracle homes. The idea according to him is to save
> on CPU$ since not all the applications will be down at the same time. It
> does not sound like a good idea to me. I am trying to make my case against
> it. Some of the potential issues I see is that version mismatch during
> upgrades, esp on the OS side, if there is a need to reboot; having a
> runaway process in one application will affect all applications, although I
> do not see that as a big possibility.
> Can the listers share their thoughts on having all standbys in one server.
> CP.
> --

Adam Musch

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