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Re: Disaster recovery question

From: Sandeep Dubey <>
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 13:48:29 -0400
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Our network is setup as front office and back office. Any type of connection can only come to front office. From there it is moved to back office where all or databases are. I am not a network person so I don't understand much the security issues involved.

I am told by the security folks to pull the files from primary( outside the network) to fron office servers, move it to back office servers and apply to database.



On 10/17/05, Reidy, Ron <> wrote:
> Can't you push through a ssh tunnel?
> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> [] On Behalf Of Sandeep Dubey
> Sent: Monday, October 17, 2005 11:22 AM
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> Subject: Disaster recovery question
> Hi,
> I have to implement DR solution from primary database A to secondary
> database B, both on Linux and Oracle 9.2.
> The primary database A is out of the firewall and archive logs can not
> be pushed to server B holding secondary database because of security
> issues. In such scenario I understand that I cann't implement Data
> gaurd. Or is there a way to use data gaurd when the primary database is
> out of the firewall?
> Other option I am thinking is to pull the archive logs from primary and
> apply to secondary. Are there any issues, points to take care of with
> such implementation?
> Thanks
> Sandeep
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