Oracle Data Guard Replication between SAN and NAS

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Is it possible to replicate data (using Oracle Data Guard) between Oracle Database which is on SAN at primary site and on NAS at the DR site?

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Hi….
have a look here:

http://www.oracle.com/technology/deploy/availability/htdocs/DataGuardRemoteMirroring.html

As it is no block-level-based replication it makes no difference if the storage is SAN or NAS. You can mix NAS on DR-site with SAN at production side.

regards,
volker

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  • Gematrian
    The storage architecture should not be a problem, but the hardware and operating systems should be of the same type for the source and the dataguard target. You can't for example have a Sun Solaris system sending a dataguard feed to a "cheaper" Linux/Intel server.
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