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Oracle Data GuardChapter 3 - Implementing Standby Databases

Verify the Physical Standby Database 

Creating archive destination LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_2: 'stdby1'
ARC1: Complete FAL archive (thread 1 sequence 224 destination stdby1)

At this point, there will be archives logs on the standby site, but they will not be applied to the standby database until the primary database is put in managed recovery mode. This can be achieved by issuing the following statement:


There are few other options for the RECOVER MANAGED Oracle instance statement, but at this information will be limited to the options that are relevant for putting the database in the managed recovery mode its creation.

The managed recovery can be started as a foreground or background process. The "disconnect from session" option allows the background process to do the managed recovery. It will start a MRP process on the standby site, which is responsible for applying the archived redo logs onto the standby database. If this keyword is omitted, it will be necessary to keep a session open for the recovery.

The above text is an excerpt from the book: Oracle Data Guard Handbook

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