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How to Start Physical Standby database & Check if Database is in Sync
 
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How to Start Physical Standby database & Check if Database is in Sync Dataguard Status ==================================================== Start Standby Database =============================== startup nomount alter database mount standby database; alter database recover managed standby database disconnect from session; DB STATUS ======================= select status,instance_name,database_role,protection_mode from v$database,v$instance; TO check if dataguard in synchronizing with standby. ============================================================================= select thread#,max(sequence#) from v$archived_log where applied='YES' group by thread#; Status of MRP Process --------------------------- select process,status,client_process,thread#,sequence#,block#,blocks,delay_mins from v$managed_standby; To get the diffrence between Recived and applied logs. ------------------------------------------------------- select MAX_RECEIVED,MAX_APPLIED,(MAX_RECEIVED - MAX_APPLIED) as "Difference" from (SELECT ARCHIVED_THREAD#, MAX(ARCHIVED_SEQ#) as MAX_RECEIVED, APPLIED_THREAD#, MAX(APPLIED_SEQ#) as MAX_APPLIED FROM V$ARCHIVE_DEST_STATUS) ARCH ; ================================================= Hi Folks, Greetings!! I am professional part time oracle dba trainer and having good experience in oracle database administration. This is the right place to enroll yourself for Oracle DBA real time course. Please use following email ID for more details. Don’t hesitate to WhatsApp me any time. I will give you the best training and will create path to get DBA job easily. Enjoy the free YouTube video and connect with me for deep Oracle DBA knowledge. Mobile No : + 91 9960262955 (WhatsApp Number) EmailID: [email protected]
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1.Data Guard Configuration - A Primary and one Standby database
 
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Hi guys today is very interesting topic for you means how to configure oracle Data Guard project on 11gr2.Oracle database Unbeatable,Unbreakable Platform..
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Active data guard in Oracle 11g | Read only standby database |  Real time queries
 
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This video discuss in detail about the active dataguard feature of Oracle 11g
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04.03_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database(20120114).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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Secure Logical Standby Oracle database
 
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Understand how do you secure your logical standby oracle database
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Oracle Tutorial - How to recover a corrupted NON SYSTEM datafile (database in ARCHIVELOG mode)
 
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The following scenario describes what happens when a non system datafile is lost. Before proceeding be sure to have a complete backup of your database and be sure your database is in ARCHIVELOG mode. by Lalit saini
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04.03-14 Oracle 10gR2 DataGuard 4 3 Step 14 Enable Flashback Database
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux 1. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 on Linux for primary Database 2. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 on Linux for Physical Standby 3. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 for Physical/Logical Standby 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - () 5. Upgrading and Downgrading the Protection Mode 5.1 Data Guard Protection Mode - () 5.2 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 5.3 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 6. Role Transition - Physical Standby Database 6.1 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and xiamennode - (Video) 6.2 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 6.3 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and longyannode - (Video) 6.4 Perform a Switchback with longyannode and shanghainode - (Video) 6.5 Perform a Failover to the Physical Standby - xiamennode - (Video) 6.6 Flashing Back a Failed Primary into a Physical Standby - (Video) 6.7 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 7. Oracle Data Guard Broker 7.1 Oracle Data Guard Broker Concepts - () 7.2 Configuring Data Guard Broker - (Video) 7.3 Changing the State of a Database - (Video) 7.4 Start / Stop Data Guard with Broker - () 7.5 Managing Data Protection Modes - () 7.6 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 7.7 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 7.8 Removing the Broker - (Video) 8. Role Transition - Switchover and Failover Using Broker 8.1 Introduction to Role Transition - () 8.2 Flashback Technologies and Data Guard - () 8.3 Preparatory Checks before a Switchover - (Video) 8.4 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and xiamen Using Broker - (Video) 8.5 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 8.6 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and longyan Using Broker - (Video) 8.7 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and longyan Using Broker - (Video) 8.8 Perform a Manual Failover Using Broker - (Video) 8.9 Reinstating a Failed Primary Database - (Video) 8.10 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 9. Fast-Start Failover - Automatic Failover 9.1 Fast-Start Failover Architecture - () 9.2 Enabling Fast-Start Failover and Starting the Observer - (Video) 9.3 Initiating a Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 9.4 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 9.5 Disabling Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 10. Managing Physical Standby and Logical Standby Database 10.1 Downgrading Maximum Performance if necessary - (Video) 10.2 Removing the Broker - (Video) 10.3 Create a Logical Standby Database - (Video) 10.4 Verifying the Logical Standby and Physical Standby - (Video) 10.5 Start and Stop the Physical Standby & Logical Standby - () 11. Role Transition - Physical and Logical Standby Database 11.1 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and xiamennode - (Video) 11.2 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 11.3 Perform a Failover to the Physical Standby - xiamennode - (Video) 11.4 Flashing Back a Failed Primary into a Physical Standby - (Video) 11.5 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 12. Managing Physical and Logical Standby Database Using Broker 12.1 Configuring Data Guard Broker - (Video) 12.2 Start and Stop the Physical and Logical Standby Using Broker - () 12.3 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 12.4 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 12.5 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and xiamen Using Broker - (Video) 12.6 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 12.7 Enabling Fast-Start Failover and Starting the Observer - (Video) 12.8 Initiating a Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 12.9 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 12.10 Disabling Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 12.11 Removing the Data Guard Broker - (Video)
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04.04 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
Views: 136 Yongcheng Lai
04.03-12 Oracle 10gR2 DataGuard 4.3 Step 12 Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
Views: 510 Yongcheng Lai
How to convert physical standby into active dataguard part-4
 
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In this i'm going to demonstrate you how to convert physical standby into active dataguard step step
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How To Configure Oracle Database in Flashback Mode
 
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How To Configure Oracle Database in Flashback Mode; Configure Flashback related parameters; Enable / Disable Flashback mode
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04.02-05_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step5 Transfer the files to the Standby Host(2012_01_13).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.03-10 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.3 Step 10 Create the Physical Standby Database.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
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04.02-09_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step9 Create the RAC Physical Standby Database(2012_01_13).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
Views: 378 Yongcheng Lai
04.03-01 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.3 Step 1 Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
Views: 251 Yongcheng Lai
HOW TO ENABLE DISABLE ARCHIVE LOG MODE IN ORACLE 11G DATABASE
 
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HOW TO ENABLE DISABLE ARCHIVE LOG MODE IN ORACLE 11G ==================================================== archive log list; show parameter log_archive_dest_1; show parameter recovery; Enable archive log mode: ======================== shutdown immediate; startup mount; alter database archivelog; alter database open; Disable archive log mode: ========================= shutdown immediate; startup mount; alter database noarchivelog; alter database open;
Views: 892 Praveen Biyyapu
04.02-01 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.2 Step 1 Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 1. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 on Linux for primary Database 2. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 on Linux for Physical Standby 3. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 for Physical/Logical Standby 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - () 5. Upgrading and Downgrading the Protection Mode 5.1 Data Guard Protection Mode - () 5.2 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 5.3 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 6. Role Transition - Physical Standby Database 6.1 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and xiamennode - (Video) 6.2 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 6.3 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and longyannode - (Video) 6.4 Perform a Switchback with longyannode and shanghainode - (Video) 6.5 Perform a Failover to the Physical Standby - xiamennode - (Video) 6.6 Flashing Back a Failed Primary into a Physical Standby - (Video) 6.7 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 7. Oracle Data Guard Broker 7.1 Oracle Data Guard Broker Concepts - () 7.2 Configuring Data Guard Broker - (Video) 7.3 Changing the State of a Database - (Video) 7.4 Start / Stop Data Guard with Broker - () 7.5 Managing Data Protection Modes - () 7.6 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 7.7 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 7.8 Removing the Broker - (Video) 8. Role Transition - Switchover and Failover Using Broker 8.1 Introduction to Role Transition - () 8.2 Flashback Technologies and Data Guard - () 8.3 Preparatory Checks before a Switchover - (Video) 8.4 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and xiamen Using Broker - (Video) 8.5 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 8.6 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and longyan Using Broker - (Video) 8.7 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and longyan Using Broker - (Video) 8.8 Perform a Manual Failover Using Broker - (Video) 8.9 Reinstating a Failed Primary Database - (Video) 8.10 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 9. Fast-Start Failover - Automatic Failover 9.1 Fast-Start Failover Architecture - () 9.2 Enabling Fast-Start Failover and Starting the Observer - (Video) 9.3 Initiating a Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 9.4 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 9.5 Disabling Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 10. Managing Physical Standby and Logical Standby Database 10.1 Downgrading Maximum Performance if necessary - (Video) 10.2 Removing the Broker - (Video) 10.3 Create a Logical Standby Database - (Video) 10.4 Verifying the Logical Standby and Physical Standby - (Video) 10.5 Start and Stop the Physical Standby & Logical Standby - () 11. Role Transition - Physical and Logical Standby Database 11.1 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and xiamennode - (Video) 11.2 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 11.3 Perform a Failover to the Physical Standby - xiamennode - (Video) 11.4 Flashing Back a Failed Primary into a Physical Standby - (Video) 11.5 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 12. Managing Physical and Logical Standby Database Using Broker 12.1 Configuring Data Guard Broker - (Video) 12.2 Start and Stop the Physical and Logical Standby Using Broker - () 12.3 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 12.4 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 12.5 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and xiamen Using Broker - (Video) 12.6 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 12.7 Enabling Fast-Start Failover and Starting the Observer - (Video) 12.8 Initiating a Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 12.9 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 12.10 Disabling Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 12.11 Removing the Data Guard Broker - (Video)
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Oracle Data Guard 11g - Why force logging on primary database?
 
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I showed what is effect of no force logging on primary database withthis video. I think this video answered -Why force logging on primary database- question. Mahir M. Quluzade www.mahir-quluzade.com
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Archivelog enable in RAC database
 
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enable archivelog in RAC database
Dataguard - Redo/Archive log shipping at process and network level
 
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Oracle dataguard redo and archive log shipping process at network level
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04.02-12_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step12 Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby(20120113).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.02-02_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step2 Enable Force Logging(2012_01_13).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.02-11_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step11 Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to OCR(20120113.flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.03-03 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.3 Step 3 Enable Force Logging.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
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How to configure a physical standby database part 2 of 4
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to create a standby database.
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04.02-01_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step1 Enable Archive Mode(2012_01_13).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.02-15_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step15 Enabling Flashback Database on the Standby(20120113).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.01_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_14.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database(2012_01_13).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.03-04 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.3 Step 4 Create Standby Redo Logs.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
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04.03-08 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.3 Step 8 Configure Oracle Net Components on the Standby
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
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04.02-10 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.2 Step 10 Create the Physical Standby Database.avi
 
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Provide free Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training,please feel free to contact me: skype: [email protected]
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04.02-10_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step10 Start mount the RAC Physical Standby(20120113).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.02-14_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step14 Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby(20120113).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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1.ORACLE WORLD - How to Performing Flashback in Oracle Database
 
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Hello friends in this video i'm just showing to you that how to enable flashback in Oracle database... By Lalit saini
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Oracle Data Guard 11g - Overview Client Failover Configuration
 
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Often we are needs,client continue works on new primary when primary is failed. With this video, I showed overview client failover configuration. I have showed how to continue client works after failover to new primary database, and I showed how to enable fast start failover on oracle data guard and how to working automatic client failover. This video captured on virtual machines, witch is created on Oracle VirtualBox, on this machines runing operating system Oracle Linux Server 6.2 and I used Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.3) on this machines. Regards. Mahir M. Quluzade www.mahir-quluzade.com
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04.02-13_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step13 Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby(2012_01_13).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.02-03 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.2 Step 3 Enable Force Logging.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 1. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 on Linux for primary Database 2. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 on Linux for Physical Standby 3. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 for Physical/Logical Standby 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - () 5. Upgrading and Downgrading the Protection Mode 5.1 Data Guard Protection Mode - () 5.2 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 5.3 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 6. Role Transition - Physical Standby Database 6.1 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and xiamennode - (Video) 6.2 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 6.3 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and longyannode - (Video) 6.4 Perform a Switchback with longyannode and shanghainode - (Video) 6.5 Perform a Failover to the Physical Standby - xiamennode - (Video) 6.6 Flashing Back a Failed Primary into a Physical Standby - (Video) 6.7 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 7. Oracle Data Guard Broker 7.1 Oracle Data Guard Broker Concepts - () 7.2 Configuring Data Guard Broker - (Video) 7.3 Changing the State of a Database - (Video) 7.4 Start / Stop Data Guard with Broker - () 7.5 Managing Data Protection Modes - () 7.6 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 7.7 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 7.8 Removing the Broker - (Video) 8. Role Transition - Switchover and Failover Using Broker 8.1 Introduction to Role Transition - () 8.2 Flashback Technologies and Data Guard - () 8.3 Preparatory Checks before a Switchover - (Video) 8.4 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and xiamen Using Broker - (Video) 8.5 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 8.6 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and longyan Using Broker - (Video) 8.7 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and longyan Using Broker - (Video) 8.8 Perform a Manual Failover Using Broker - (Video) 8.9 Reinstating a Failed Primary Database - (Video) 8.10 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 9. Fast-Start Failover - Automatic Failover 9.1 Fast-Start Failover Architecture - () 9.2 Enabling Fast-Start Failover and Starting the Observer - (Video) 9.3 Initiating a Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 9.4 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 9.5 Disabling Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 10. Managing Physical Standby and Logical Standby Database 10.1 Downgrading Maximum Performance if necessary - (Video) 10.2 Removing the Broker - (Video) 10.3 Create a Logical Standby Database - (Video) 10.4 Verifying the Logical Standby and Physical Standby - (Video) 10.5 Start and Stop the Physical Standby & Logical Standby - () 11. Role Transition - Physical and Logical Standby Database 11.1 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and xiamennode - (Video) 11.2 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 11.3 Perform a Failover to the Physical Standby - xiamennode - (Video) 11.4 Flashing Back a Failed Primary into a Physical Standby - (Video) 11.5 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 12. Managing Physical and Logical Standby Database Using Broker 12.1 Configuring Data Guard Broker - (Video) 12.2 Start and Stop the Physical and Logical Standby Using Broker - () 12.3 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 12.4 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 12.5 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and xiamen Using Broker - (Video) 12.6 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 12.7 Enabling Fast-Start Failover and Starting the Observer - (Video) 12.8 Initiating a Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 12.9 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 12.10 Disabling Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 12.11 Removing the Data Guard Broker - (Video)
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04.03-07 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.3 Step 7 Create a spfile for the Standby Instance.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
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04.02-03_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step3 Create Shared Oracle Password Files(2012_01_13).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.03-06 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.3 Step 6 Transfer the files to the standby host.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
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04.03-05 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.3 Step 5 Create Directories on the Standby Host.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) Step 1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step 2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step 3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step 4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step 5: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step 6: Configure the Primary Database Initialization Parameters - (Video) Step 7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step 8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Enable Flashback Database - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode and Flashback Database - (Video) Step2: Create a Password file - (Video) Step3 Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step7: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step8: Configure Oracle Net Components on Primary Database - (Video) Step9: Start the standby database nomount - (Video) Step10: Create the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Start mount the Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Physical Standby Database if necessary - (Video) Step13: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enable Flashback Database and Add Standby Redo Logs if necessary - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - ()
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04.02-06_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step6 Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance(20120113).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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04.02-13_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step13 Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby_2(2012_01_13).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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What is a Standby Database?
 
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In this clip Dbvisit Software CEO and CTO, Arjen Visser, provides a high level overview of the function and purpose of a standby database - a strategy for ensuring business continuity (and survival) in the face of disasters.
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04.02-07_Oracle_10gR2_RACDG_4.2 Step7 Configure Oracle Net Components(20120113).flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Configure the RAC Primary/Standby and non-RAC Standby 4.1 Configure the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the FLASHBACK option enabled - (Video) Step2: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step3: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step4: Create Standby Redo Logs - (Video) Step5: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step6: Configure Initialization Parameters on the RAC Primary Database - (Video) Step7: Create a Backup of the Primary Database - (Video) Step8: Update /etc/hosts file on all nodes and Verify Network - (Video) 4.2 Configure the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archive Mode with the Flashback option enabled - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the Standby Host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the RAC Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the RAC Standby Database - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start mount the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step11: Add RAC Standby Database and Instances to the OCR - (Video) Step12: Start Redo Apply on the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step13: Verify the RAC Primary and RAC Standby - (Video) Step14: Add Standby Redo Logs for the RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step15: Enabling Flashback Database on the RAC Physical Standby - (Video) 4.3 Configure the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step1: Enable Archivelog Mode - (Video) Step2: Enable Force Logging - (Video) Step3: Create the Standby Password File - (Video) Step4: Create Directories on the Standby Host - (Video) Step5: Transfer the files to the standby host - (Video) Step6: Create a spfile for the Standby Instance - (Video) Step7: Configure Oracle Net Components on the non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step8: Startup Standby Database nomount - (Video) Step9: Create the non-RAC Physical Standby Database - (Video) Step10: Start the standby database. - (Video) Step11: Start Redo Apply on the Standby Database - (Video) Step12: Verify the RAC Primary and non-RAC Standby - (Video) Step13: Add Standby Redo Logs for the Standby Database - (Video) Step14: Enabling Flashback Database on the non-RAC Physical Standby - (Video)
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Redo Logs in an Oracle Database - DBArch Video 11
 
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This video explains the concepts of Redo Log Groups and Files in an Oracle Database. You will understand how Oracle Instance uses Redo Buffers and Logwriter to keep the redo in Redo Logs. Our Upcoming Online Course Schedule is available in the url below https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qKpKf32Zn_SSvbeDblv2UCjvtHIS1ad2_VXHh2m08yY/edit#gid=0 Reach us at [email protected]
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Enable Disable Block Change Tracking in Oracle
 
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Enable Disable Block Change Tracking in Oracle
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04.02-09 Oracle_10gR2_DataGuard_4.2 Step 9 Start the standby database nomount.avi
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] Oracle Database 10gR2 High Availability with Data Guard on Linux http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEC4947864F3B571 1. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 on Linux for primary Database 2. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 on Linux for Physical Standby 3. Install Oracle Database 10gR2 for Physical/Logical Standby 4. Configure Primary and two Physical Standby Databases 4.1 Configure the Primary Database - (Video) 4.2 Configure the First Physical Standby Database(xiamen) - (Video) 4.3 Configure the Second Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.4 Verifying the Physical Standby Database - (Video) 4.5 Startup and Verify Physical Standby Database - () 5. Upgrading and Downgrading the Protection Mode 5.1 Data Guard Protection Mode - () 5.2 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 5.3 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 6. Role Transition - Physical Standby Database 6.1 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and xiamennode - (Video) 6.2 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 6.3 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and longyannode - (Video) 6.4 Perform a Switchback with longyannode and shanghainode - (Video) 6.5 Perform a Failover to the Physical Standby - xiamennode - (Video) 6.6 Flashing Back a Failed Primary into a Physical Standby - (Video) 6.7 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 7. Oracle Data Guard Broker 7.1 Oracle Data Guard Broker Concepts - () 7.2 Configuring Data Guard Broker - (Video) 7.3 Changing the State of a Database - (Video) 7.4 Start / Stop Data Guard with Broker - () 7.5 Managing Data Protection Modes - () 7.6 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 7.7 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 7.8 Removing the Broker - (Video) 8. Role Transition - Switchover and Failover Using Broker 8.1 Introduction to Role Transition - () 8.2 Flashback Technologies and Data Guard - () 8.3 Preparatory Checks before a Switchover - (Video) 8.4 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and xiamen Using Broker - (Video) 8.5 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 8.6 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and longyan Using Broker - (Video) 8.7 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and longyan Using Broker - (Video) 8.8 Perform a Manual Failover Using Broker - (Video) 8.9 Reinstating a Failed Primary Database - (Video) 8.10 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 9. Fast-Start Failover - Automatic Failover 9.1 Fast-Start Failover Architecture - () 9.2 Enabling Fast-Start Failover and Starting the Observer - (Video) 9.3 Initiating a Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 9.4 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 9.5 Disabling Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 10. Managing Physical Standby and Logical Standby Database 10.1 Downgrading Maximum Performance if necessary - (Video) 10.2 Removing the Broker - (Video) 10.3 Create a Logical Standby Database - (Video) 10.4 Verifying the Logical Standby and Physical Standby - (Video) 10.5 Start and Stop the Physical Standby & Logical Standby - () 11. Role Transition - Physical and Logical Standby Database 11.1 Perform a Switchover with shanghainode and xiamennode - (Video) 11.2 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 11.3 Perform a Failover to the Physical Standby - xiamennode - (Video) 11.4 Flashing Back a Failed Primary into a Physical Standby - (Video) 11.5 Perform a Switchback with xiamennode and shanghainode - (Video) 12. Managing Physical and Logical Standby Database Using Broker 12.1 Configuring Data Guard Broker - (Video) 12.2 Start and Stop the Physical and Logical Standby Using Broker - () 12.3 Upgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 12.4 Downgrading the Protection Mode - (Video) 12.5 Perform a Switchover with shanghai and xiamen Using Broker - (Video) 12.6 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 12.7 Enabling Fast-Start Failover and Starting the Observer - (Video) 12.8 Initiating a Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 12.9 Perform a Switchover with xiamen and shanghai Using Broker - (Video) 12.10 Disabling Fast-Start Failover - (Video) 12.11 Removing the Data Guard Broker - (Video)
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