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

Part Number B10823-01
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2-1  Standby Database Location and Directory Options
3-1  Preparing the Primary Database for Physical Standby Database Creation
3-2  Creating a Physical Standby Database
4-1  Preparing the Primary Database for Logical Standby Database Creation
4-2  Creating a Logical Standby Database
5-1  LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_STATE_n Initialization Parameter Attributes
5-2  Minimum Requirements for Data Protection Modes
5-3  Wait Events for Destinations Configured with the ARCH Attribute
5-4  Wait Events for Destinations Configured with the LGWR SYNC Attributes
5-5  Wait Events for Destinations Configured with the LGWR ASYNC Attributes
5-6  Wait Events for LGWR ASYNC or LGWR SYNC=PARALLEL Attributes
8-1  Actions Required on a Standby Database After Changes to a Primary Database
8-2  Location Where Common Actions on the Primary Database Can Be Monitored
9-1  Procedures of the DBMS_LOGSTDBY PL/SQL Package
10-1  Data Guard Scenarios
10-2  Identifiers for the Physical Standby Database Example
10-3  Identifiers for Logical Standby Database Example
11-1  Initialization Parameters for Instances in a Data Guard Configuration
12-1  Changing Destination Attributes Using SQL
12-2  Directives for the TEMPLATE Attribute
12-3  VALID_FOR Attribute Values
12-4  LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_n Attribute Compatibility
13-1  ALTER DATABASE Statements Used in Data Guard Environments
13-2  ALTER SESSION Statement Used in Data Guard Environments
14-1  Views That Are Pertinent to Data Guard Configurations
A-1  Common Processes That Prevent Switchover
A-2  Fixing Typical SQL Apply Errors
B-1  Directives for the LOG_ARCHIVE_FORMAT Initialization Parameter
D-1  Standby Database Preparation Using RMAN
D-2  Order of Precedence for Naming Datafiles in Standby Database
D-3  Using Image Copies to Create a Standby Database: Scenario