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Standby: Protection Modes.

Posted by FatDBA on October 30, 2012

The protection modes run in the order from highest (most data protection) to the lowest (least data protection):

Minimum Requirements for Data Protection Modes
Maximum Protection Maximum Availability Maximum Performance
Redo Archival Process LGWR LGWR LGWR or ARCH
Network Transmission Mode SYNC SYNC ASYNC when using LGWR process. Not applicable when using ARCH process.
Disk Write Option AFFIRM AFFIRM NOAFFIRM
Standby Redo Logs Required? Yes Required for physical standby databases only. Standby redo logs are not supported for logical standby databases. Required for physical standby databases using the LGWR process.
Database Type Physical only Physical and Logical Physical and Logical
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