Oracle Far Sync is an Oracle 12c new feature for Oracle Data Guard. This feature is meant to resolve the performance problems induced by network latency when you maintain a standby database geographically distant of the primary database. In this type of situation you sometimes have to make a compromise between performance and data loss. The Far Sync feature offer you both.
How does Far Sync works ?
The principe is fairly simple, the Far Sync instance receive data synchronously from the primary database and then forward it asynchronously to up de 29 remote destinations.
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In this article, I’ll explain how to manualy recover a standby database using the oracle RMAN new feature “RECOVER FROM SERVICE”.
Configuration for the test
HOSTS : 2 Virtual Machines with 2 GB of Memory
OS : Oracle Linux 6.4
ORACLE VERSION : Oracle 220.127.116.11 Standard Edition
A database named DB12C in archivelog mode has been created on the first host using DBCA, a listener is running on each server on the default port 1521 and the tnsnames.ora file has been defined as follow :
(ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = svr-ora-03)(PORT = 1521))
(SID = DB12C)
(ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = svr-ora-04)(PORT = 1521))
(SID = DB12C)
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