3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 10, 2013 12:08 AM by 976645 RSS

    Standby Log switch

    995804
      Hello all,

      From Oracle Docs:

      "A log switch on the primary database triggers a log switch on the standby database, causing ARCn processes on the standby database to archive the standby redo log files to archived redo log files on the standby database."

      Does the ARCH process on the primary send a message to the RFS process on the standby server, and then the RFS process sends a message to the ARCH process on the standby server telling the standby server ARCH to archive the current standby redo log?

      With regards
        • 1. Re: Standby Log switch
          CKPT
          992801 wrote:
          Hello all,

          From Oracle Docs:

          "A log switch on the primary database triggers a log switch on the standby database, causing ARCn processes on the standby database to archive the standby redo log files to archived redo log files on the standby database."

          Does the ARCH process on the primary send a message to the RFS process on the standby server, and then the RFS process sends a message to the ARCH process on the standby server telling the standby server ARCH to archive the current standby redo log?

          With regards
          What is the version you are using?
          As simple, Redo data transmitted from the primary database will be received by RFS on the standby, From here RFS process writes the redo data to either standby redo logs or to archived redo logs.
          • 2. Re: Standby Log switch
            976645
            Which version you are using?

            Edited by: 973642 on Mar 9, 2013 9:54 PM
            • 3. Re: Standby Log switch
              976645
              Thanks for your reply. My version is 10.2.0.4 running on RHEL