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To be or not to be switched on. That is the question? [message #366977] Thu, 02 March 2000 04:50 Go to next message
Keith
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Registered: March 2000
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Hi,

Can anyone help me, I have been informed that Oracle Archiving should be switched on within a Solaris High Availablility system.

Is this true and what are the steps necessary to make sure this is the case. Your help will be greatly appreciated in this matter. Thanx.

Kind Regards

Keith
Re: To be or not to be switched on. That is the question? [message #366978 is a reply to message #366977] Fri, 03 March 2000 08:59 Go to previous message
Thomas
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Registered: September 1999
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Hi Keith,

of course Archiving is essential for your Database. check the oracle-basics for the reasons.
Another thing is that you will need someone who is familiar with Oracle if you really need high
availability.

Here some tips for the changes:

Archivelog starting:
Entries in init.ora :
log_archive_start = true
log_archive_dest = /mnt/disk3/ora_arch/arc
(arc is not an directory, its the start of the filenames)
log_archive_format = "T%TS%S.ARC"

DBshut
- startup mount
- alter database archivelog
shutdown
startup
archive log list

use archive log list out from svrmgrl to check
if your DB is in archivelog mode or not.

regards thomas
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