DBA_LOGSTDBY_PARAMETERS

DBA_LOGSTDBY_PARAMETERS displays the list of parameters used by SQL apply for logical standby databases. This view is for logical standby databases only.

Column Datatype NULL Description
NAME VARCHAR2(30)   Name of the parameter:
  • MAX_SGA - System global area (SGA) allocated for the log apply services cache (in megabytes)

  • MAX_SERVERS - Number of processes used by SQL Apply services

  • PREPARE_SERVERS - Controls the number of parallel execution servers used to prepare changes

  • APPLY_SERVERS - Controls the number of parallel execution servers used to apply changes

  • MAX_EVENTS_RECORDED - Number of events stored in the DBA_LOGSTDBY_EVENTS view

  • RECORD_SKIP_ERRORS - Indicates records that are skipped

  • RECORD_SKIP_DDL - Indicates skipped DDL statements

  • RECORD_APPLIED_DDL - Indicates applied DDL statements

  • RECORD_UNSUPPORTED_OPERATIONS - Shows whether SQL Apply will capture information about transactions that did unsupported operations at the primary database in the DBA_LOGSTDBY_EVENTS view

  • EVENT_LOG_DEST - ???

  • LOG_AUTO_DELETE - Shows whether SQL Apply will automatically delete remote archived logs received from the primary database, once the contents of the logs are applied at the logical standby database.

  • LOG_AUTO_DEL_RETENTION_TARGET - How many minutes a remote archived log received from the primary database will be retained at the logical standby database, once the contents of the log are applied by SQL Apply.

  • PRESERVE_COMMIT_ORDER - Shows whether transactions are committed at the logical standby database in the same order that they were committed at the primary database

VALUE VARCHAR2(2000)   Value of the parameter
UNIT VARCHAR2(64)   Unit of the value, if applicable
SETTING VARCHAR2(64)   Possible values are as follows:
  • SYSTEM - Parameter value was not explicitly set by the user. However, the user can change it with an appropriate call to the APPLY_SET procedure.

  • USER - Parameter value was explicitly set by the user

DYNAMIC VARCHAR2(64)   YES if the parameter can be set dynamically (that is, without having to stop SQL Apply)

NO if setting the parameter requires that SQL Apply be stopped