RE: Some Dataguard is good, lots more must be better?

 
        It's not only the writes (can you do that synchronously for many
databases, and I mean REALLY synchronously?)
        What I like very much in DG is the DELAY feature. Having a
database running 4-8 hours behind appears to be very useful for logical
failures.

...yes!

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