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Oracle GoldenGate point in time source database recovery

Even though you would like to secure the database from any disaster with HA, still it might happen that the database gets corrupted and a recovery from backup is needed to recover the database. In a critical scenario you might need to use Point In Time Recovery (PITR).

Let’s focus on a scenario when the source database needs to be recovered from backup to an earlier point in time. How to resync a replication to the target  database  without the need of a  full initial load?

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Oracle GoldenGate Coordinated Replicat – is it a fully transactional replication?

Oracle GoldenGate till version 11.2 could only work serially. The only way of creating parallel replication and speeding up the apply process was to create multiple Replicat processes. In version 12.1 there was a new option available: the Coordinated Replicat. It is often misunderstood as a way of speeding up transactional replication. But … is this way of replication fully ACID complaint? Let’s find out. (more…)

Oracle GoldenGate Replicat Checkpoint table

In one of my previous posts I have described the rationale for using a checkpoint table in the Replicat process. This is a summary of all possible combinations of Replicat process and which of them are able of (not) using checkpoint table.

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