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GoldenGate Configuration for Stability and Recovery (Doc ID 1451514.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 17, 2019

Applies to:

Middleware > Data Integration > GoldenGate
Information in this document applies to any platform.


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 The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of the Golden gate recovery methods and techniques, and some suggestions for stability configurations.


 The scope of this document will be limited to Oracle to Oracle golden gate replication, however, some of the methods suggested might be also valid in case of Oracle to None-Oracle replication.


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In this Document
 1. Extract process  failures:
 - Source database redo logs are lost or corrupted.
 - The source machine is not available.
 - The OGG objects do not have access privileges to the necessary catalogs, logs, and tables.
  2. Datapump :
 - Network problem.
 -Lost trail files.
 - Target machine is not accessible.
 3. Replicat:
 - Lost trail files (or corrupted).
 - Target database is not available.
Positioning processes using GGSCI commands
  Shutting down the system
 Resynchronizing an out-of-sync table
 To resynchronize a table
 Trail recovery mode

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