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THESE eKIT MATERIALS ARE FOR YOUR USE IN THIS CLASSROOM ONLY. COPYING eKIT MATERIALS FROM THIS COMPUTER IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED

Activity Guide

D52161GC30

Edition 3.0

May 2010

D67579

Oracle University and Education Tecnologia Da Informacao Ltda use only

Oracle Database 11g: Data Guard
Administration

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Oracle University and Education Tecnologia Da Informacao Ltda use onlyAppendix A
Practices and Solutions

Practices for Lesson 1: Introduction to Oracle Data Guard ................................................ 4
Practices for Lesson 2: Creating a Physical Standby Database by Using SQL and RMAN
Commands .......................................................................................................................... 5
Practice 2-1: Preparing thePrimary Database ................................................................ 6
Practice 2-2: Creating the Physical Standby Database ................................................. 11
Practice 2-3: Verifying That the Physical Standby Database Is Performing Correctly 29
Practices for Lesson 3: Oracle Data Guard Broker: Overview ......................................... 31
Practices forLesson 4: Creating a Data Guard Broker Configuration ............................. 32
Practice 4-1: Setting the DG_BROKER_START Initialization Parameter .................. 33
Practice 4-2: Configuring Listener to Allow Data Guard Broker to Restart Primary
Database Instance – Server Setup ................................................................................. 35
Practice 4-3:...
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