Re: DG Scheduled log shipping at DR site

Hi Michael,

Thanks for your mail..

I actually worked at a company where the standby lagged primary by 18
hours   ---- Could you please tell me what configuration need to do? (
ARCHIVE_LAG_TARGET - need to set)

Regards
Krishna


On Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 6:06 PM, Michael Dinh <mdinh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Take a look at using Real Time Apply if there is not a requirement to keep
> the standby behind.
>
> I actually worked at a company where the standby lagged primary by 18
> hours.
>
> The purpose was backup and to roll back batch jobs gone bad in the evening
> versus having to recover large database.
>
> Michael Dinh.
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> Subject: Re: DG Scheduled log shipping at DR site
>
> Hi
>
> If I understand you correctly, then you have large logs that switch rarely
> - and therefore you have spikes of bandwidth consumption at a log switch? If
> so then the parameter ARCHIVE_LAG_TARGET on the primary would seem designed
> for your requirements, I personally like a period of 15 minutes rather than
> an hour. Further forward you might wish to consider if large archives are
> appropriate. If I've misunderstood then the above is irrelevant.
>
>  On Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 2:57 AM, KRISHNA MOORTHY <
> krish33moorthy@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:krish33moorthy@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> We have Oracle 10g dataguard configuration - primary and DR site.
>
> Per day 3G logs are transferred to DR site.It fully utilize the  network
> bandwidth.(2MBPS)
>
> Is there any possible way for an scheduled log shipping? (one hour)...
>
> Regards
> Krishna
> 9585354917
>
>
>
> --
> Niall Litchfield
> Oracle DBA
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