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Oracle® Data Guard Concepts and Administration
10g Release 1 (10.1)

Part Number B10823-01
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1-1 Typical Data Guard Configuration
1-2 Automatic Updating of a Physical Standby Database
1-3 Automatic Updating of a Logical Standby Database
1-4 Data Guard Overview Page in Oracle Enterprise Manager
2-1 Possible Standby Configurations
5-1 Transmitting Redo Data
5-2 Primary Database Archiving When There Is No Standby Database
5-3 Archiving to Local Destinations Before Archiving to Remote Destinations
5-4 Archiving to Local and Remote Destinations at the Same Time
5-5 LGWR SYNC Archival to a Remote Destination with Standby Redo Log Files
5-6 LGWR ASYNC Archival with Network Server (LNSn) Processes
5-7 Data Guard Configuration with Dependent Destinations
6-1 Applying Redo Data to a Standby Destination Using Real-Time Apply
7-1 Role Transition Decision Tree
7-2 Data Guard Configuration Before Switchover
7-3 Standby Databases Before Switchover to the New Primary Database
7-4 Data Guard Environment After Switchover
7-5 Failover to a Standby Database
8-1 Standby Database Open for Read-Only Access
9-1 SQL Apply Processing
9-2 Data Guard Configuration Before Upgrade
9-3 Upgrade the Logical Standby Database Version
9-4 Running Mixed Versions
9-5 After a Switchover
9-6 Both Databases Upgraded
9-7 Example of Transaction Consistency with SQL Apply
10-1 Primary and Physical Standby Databases Before a Role Transition
10-2 Primary and Physical Standby Databases After a Role Transition
10-3 Configuring Destinations for a Primary Database and a Logical Standby Database
10-4 Primary and Logical Standby Databases After a Role Transition
10-5 Configuring a Primary Database with Physical and Logical Standby Databases
10-6 Primary, Physical, and Logical Standby Databases After a Role Transition
10-7 Manual Recovery of Archived Redo Log Files in an Archive Gap
12-1 Archival Operation to an Alternate Destination Device
12-2 Specifying Disk Quota for a Destination
B-1 Transmitting Redo Data from a Multi-Instance Primary Database
B-2 Standby Database in Real Application Clusters
C-1 Cascaded Redo Log Destination Configuration Example