|Subject:||"closing" never ends in v$managed_standby...|
|Posted by:||Volker Hetzer (volker.hetz…@ieee.org)|
|Date:||Mon, 20 Dec 2004|
I've set up a data guard configuration (220.127.116.11, linux LogXptMode='ASYNC').
Now, on the standby db the archived logs pile up, get applied but of course, at
some time I've got to delete them (rman runs on primary).
So I thought, I do a select min(sequence#) from v$managed_standby where process='ARCH' and sequence#>0
and delete every archived log that has a smaller sequence number than that.
Now, what I found out that, if there's not much activity, one of the two archs keeps closing
a rather old log, even if a couple of hundred others have already been archived by the
Is this a bug?
Is there a better way to clean up the standby db?
Lots of Greetings and thanks!