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standby for EBS [message #642795] Sat, 19 September 2015 08:47 Go to next message
oradba123
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Registered: June 2009
Location: india
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Hi Guys,

Our Production EBS version 12.1.3 with Database 11.2.0.3.0 on AIX 6.1 and we have create Standby database for it & it is fully in sync with production & copy Application files .
we have followed DOC ID 1070033.1 to configure above.

after creating context file by using below command
$cd <COMMON_TOP>clone/bin
$perl adclonectx.pl <INST_TOP>/app/admin/<PRIMARY_CONTEXT>.xml

it will not create scrips ,appl, admin directories unde INST_TOP, & auto config fails

1)So My Question here , if we delete the application tier on DR side, copy the fresh Application tier from production to DR side then run adcfgclone at Apps tier (perl adcfclone.pl appsTier) then will DR application link open or NOT. we plan to bring our Standby database in read write mode for this testing .

Note:Once this test is over this instance will be throw away instance

2)if we delete stand by database on DR side then keep the application tier as it , then configure only Standby side ,will the same application able to interact with newly created stand by DB in read only mode?

Your suggestion & advise will be highly appreciated...

Best Regards.
Re: standby for EBS [message #647717 is a reply to message #642795] Sat, 06 February 2016 00:54 Go to previous message
jatinDBA
Messages: 2
Registered: February 2016
Junior Member
1) We should run conc clean on the standby site to remove the Production entries and then we can run adcfgclone to configure the new application on the DR side
2) Standy database is same as Production database but it is in readonly mode . Application tier cannot interact with it. So you can delete standby as many times and recreate it
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