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I am sorry I do not see how this is helpful
My scenario is this:
I got a standby database ... In this statement used against the standby database (not the primary) -> delete noprompt archivelog all completed before 'sysdate-10';
what does the COMPLETED stands for ?
Is this the completion time of the archvelog or it has some meaning in the context of the standby meaning that it is applied ?
Note this is an RMAN command ..
Edited by: ltomovski on Jan 28, 2013 2:47 AM
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I do not think that "completed " refers to the date that archivelog has been (or "could be" ) applied in dataguard .
I think that "completed" refers the date on which the rman archivelog backup has been completed (just as rman command)
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Edited by: clementeOTN on 28-ene-2013 12:26
It has the same meaning in the Standby as it has in the Primary. Completed is expected to mean when the archivelog was written out.1 person found this helpful
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