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  • November 21, 2010

Using 11g RMAN Duplicate Command to Create a Physical Standby Database Over the Network

Alejandro Vargas
Technical Leader, ACS Global Delivery, Infrastructure & BigData

This post contains a quick, step-by-step walk over the procedure of creating a Physical Standby Database using Rman Duplicate command, not using any backup.

Setting up a physical standby database is a simple operation when the required infrastructure is ready.

We need 2 servers, a network that communicate both of them, and storage connected to the servers that is proportional to the database size + extra space for archive logs and backups.

The Oracle Home is installed on both servers at the same patch level; you may use also cloning to install the RDBMS home on the standby server.

You can find the details of the test on this document:

how to create a physical standby database using Rman Duplicate command.pdf

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