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Dbvisit Replicate RAC and HA Best Practices for Linux

What are the challenges of RAC with Dbvisit Replicate? This document describes how these challenges can be addressed.

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Disaster Recovery Strategies for RAC on Oracle SE

This presentation was originally delivered by Dbvisit CEO and CTO, Arjen Visser, to the Oracle RAC SIG Group in May 2012. It focuses on answering the question: how do standby databases work with Oracle RAC on Standard Edition.

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Connect Failover to a Standby Database

After a switch-over or fail-over to an Oracle standby database, using Dbvisit Standby, the Oracle Database Administrator faces the challenge of switching clients to the new activated standby database which is now running as the new primary database. Here we discuss options and approaches available to the DBA.

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Manual Scripting vs Dbvisit Standby - a side by side comparison

In this document we catalog Dbvisit Standby responses to objections in favour of manual scripting, and outline the clear benefits of Dbvisit Standby as an Oracle DR solution.

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Upgrading or patching Oracle with Dbvisit Standby

Dbvisit Standby has been developed so that Dbvisit Standby is compatible with all versions of Oracle. This document outlines the recommended approach to upgrading or patching Oracle.

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Setting up SSH without passphrase for Linux/Unix

Configure SSH without using a password or passphrase between primary and standby server.For Linux or Unix.

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Creating a standby database for Linux/Unix

Outlines the process for creating a standby database using RMAN and using the traditional method which involves making a full backup of your production database on the primary server.

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Creating a standby database for Windows

Outlines the process for creating a standby database using RMAN and using the traditional method which involves making a full backup of your production database on the primary server.

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