Disaster Recovery Site using SAN disk replication

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We are setting up a Disaster Recovery Site using SAN disk replication, for all our databases including Oracle; A uniform recovery solution for all IT applications. The Oracle Database will be replicated in the DR site SAN. Appreciate if you could enlighten on pitfalls? Is it a safe solution?

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I have a client that uses a similar setup with SQL Server. They’ve yet to test it but they like what they’ve got thus far. Just make sure you’ve done a business impact analysis and are focusing on the right things before spending money and effort on it.

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  • Hlx
    If you are using a reputable vendors synchronous replication, the only potential pitfall would be to make sure you have all of the database LUNs in a consistency group. This will guard against rolling failures corrupting your copy. If it is asynch, things are a lot more complicated.
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