Re: standby databases for tightly coupled databases question

hi Chris,
archival gap and applied status of archival need to be monitored..I
suppose..thanks..subodh

On 12 May 2010 20:12, Taylor, Chris David <ChrisDavid.Taylor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> wrote:

>  For those of you running standby databases AND have tightly coupled
> databases (databases that share data between them via dblinks etc), how do
> you manage the potential for data synchronization issues?
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> For example:
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> DB1 (PeopleSoft) has transactions applied
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> DB2 (Legacy Apps) has multiple database jobs that pull data from DB1 and
> manipulates data in DB2 based on the changes that occurred in DB1
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> What is your strategy for making sure the data is in the “right places”
> after a failover?  I’m assuming that in some cases data could be in the REDO
> area of the Primary at the time a failure occurs and thus not shipped to the
> standby, whereas in the other database, some of that data might have already
> been shipped over because of a log switch.
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> Example:
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> DB1 – performs a log switch and logwr ships the data to DB1 standby
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> DB2 – is reading the data from DB1 and manipulating data but no log switch
> when a failure occurs.
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> Thanks,
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> Chris
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