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Data Guard Impact on Oracle Multitenant Environments (Doc ID 2049127.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 The goal of this document is to provide understanding of Data Guard operation when used with Oracle Multitenant plugin and cloning operations.  Standby database behavior differs based on the operation, source datafile location for the plugin and the state of the physical standby database (use of Active Data Guard or not).


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In this Document
 Data Guard Impact on Oracle Multitenant Environments
 Additional My Oracle Support Notes
 PDB Creation at Standby Databases and Tempfiles
 Standby Database Behavior when Creating, Cloning or Plugging in a PDB
 Resuming Redo Apply in Failure Scenarios
 Restoring Original Data Files for the New PDB to the Standby Database
 Refreshing the Controlfile on the Standby Database and Copying the New PDB's Datafiles to the Standby Database

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