Re: Dataguard question

From: Don Seiler <>
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 18:07:42 -0600
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You should see messages in the standby alert log about FAL failure. Make sure that the FAL_SERVER value is a valid TNS name (with tnsping).

Also make sure that log archiving to the standby is configured and enabled on the primary.


On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 11:41 AM, Harel Safra <> wrote:

> Please provide the current settings on both sites for fal_client,
> fal_server, log_Archive_Dest_X (the one that's configured to send to the
> standby).
> If these parameters point to entries in the tnsnames file please include
> them too.
> Harel Safra
> On 24/11/2010 18:29, Goulet, Richard wrote:
> I hope someone has an answer to the following. I've a DG standby
> (physical) with the FAL_CLIENT and SERVER set but for some reason it isn't
> working. In looking at how the server and log_archive_dest_2 service were
> set up the case is different. Does this make a difference to DG??? Namely
> are these case sensitive??
> Dick Goulet
> Senior Oracle DBA

Don Seiler

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