Sending logs using Oracle Data Guard

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Oracle Data Guard
Physical Standby Database
We have configured primary and physical standby databases on two different machines. We want to ship the logs using Oracle Data Guard from primary to physical standby databases so that the two databases are always in sync. Please inform what are the minimum network permissions required to allow the two machines communicate and ship logs to each other. Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

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Basically, you only need database connectivity between the two machines. What ever port you set your listeners to use, you will need those ports reachable on their respective server.

“Log shipping” is not really a part of data guard. Changes are shipped through a database connection and logs are written out onto each server.

This does not include when you are setting up your physical standby’s. If you are using NFS or CIFS to share your files for creating the standby, you will need the native ports accessible.

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