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DB_FILE_NAME_CONVERT = 'string1' , 'string2' , 'string3' , 'string4' , ... string1 is the pattern of the primary database filename string2 is the pattern of the standby database filename string3 is the pattern of the primary database filename string4 is the pattern of the standby database filename
Sekar_BLUE4EVER wrote:Patience, Grasshopper
Sekar_BLUE4EVER wrote:So when oracle goes to convert a file name, how does it know which files in /u01 are supposed to go to /u02 and which go to /u03 . . . .
I would like to know if it is possible to have following combination for db_file_name_convert
Basically I want to know Suppose I have 10 datafiles in /u01 in primary server is it possible to have 5 of those datafiles in /u02 and 5 in /u03 in standby database.
So you mean its not possibleYes, it not possible as you mentioned. If you wish to convert 10 datafiles in two different locations then it should be :