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  • Jim Hill
    May CAOUG Meeting ======================================================== Oracle 9i Dataguard - Is Standby Ready for Primetime? - presented by Rick Goudeau
    Message 1 of 1 , May 15, 2003
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      May CAOUG Meeting

      Oracle 9i Dataguard - "Is Standby Ready for

      - presented by Rick Goudeau

      DATE: Tuesday, May 20th (NOTE CHANGE FROM NORM!!!)
      TIME: 11:30 am
      PLACE: EnteGreat
      LUNCH: Brown Bag (i.e. bring your own)


      EnteGreat University is on the first floor of the 1900
      building at International Park, just off I-459 on
      Acton Road.
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      Presentation Overview

      Oracle has supported standby databases since version
      7.3. Dataguard in Oracle9i has extended and improved
      the capabilities of standby databases. Dataguard has
      integrated standby database processing much closer to
      the Oracle kernel. Some areas of improvement are:
      standby control files better integrated with database
      startup process, monitoring archive log file
      transmission, allowing redo log changes be recorded as
      they occur rather than at archive time, automatic
      propagation of control file changes, primary and
      secondary site role reversal.

      The presentation will review several components of a
      Dataguard environment: Dataguard configuration, standy
      database creation (using rman), managed recovery and
      log transmission services, using standby database for
      read only processes, and database failover operations.

      Presenter's Bio

      Rick Goudeau is a senior database administrator with
      Clearwinds Technologies. He has been supporting Oracle
      environments since 1990 and has experiences with
      Oracle versions 6,7,8 and now 9. Clearwinds provides
      database, network, and security consulting services in
      the Birmingham area.

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