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Creating a Physical Standby Database (Doc ID 1475344.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 25, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 10.1.0.2 to 12.1.0.2 [Release 10.1 to 12.1]
Oracle Net Services - Version 12.1.0.2 to 12.1.0.2 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

** checked for relevance '7-Jul-2015' **

This Document shows the various Possibilities to create a Physical Standby Database on Oracle Database 11.2.0.x.

It should be seen as an Addition and Clarification to the Documentation. You may also review

Oracle® Data Guard, Concepts and Administration, 11g Release 2 (11.2), E25608-0x

Chapter 3: Creating a Physical Standby Database

Appendix E: Creating a Standby Database with Recovery Manager

which is the Base for this Document. We take an Example Database and show the various Methods to create the Standby Database. Note that only the basic Concepts are shown. Further more complex Scenarios are possible as well, of course. Take a Look into the corresponding Documentation to get the deeper Insight.

 

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Scope

This Document is intended for System Adminstrators planning to setup a Standby Database. Depending on the Needs and Prerequisites on the existing Environment you can choose any of the mentioned Ways to create the Standby Database and Data Guard Environment.

Note that this Note does not cover Setting up Log Transport and Log Apply Services in Detail - we take the basic default Setup here. The same is true for the RMAN Environment in Case where different Backup Types and Scenarios are possible. We just try to show the basic Concept here.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Prerequisites and Assumptions to get started
 Environment Information
 Preparing the Environment and Standby Instance
 Create the Physical Standby Database
 Creating a Standby Database via User Managed Backups
 Creating a Standby Database using RMAN (Backup based)
 Creating a Standby Database using RMAN without Backup (from active Database)
 Post-Creation Steps to make the Data Guard Environment operational
 Optional additional Steps
References

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