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Step 6 - Archive Log files

Learn Oracle - Archive Log Files

When Oracle DBA archive your redo log, you write redo log files to another medium location prior to their being overwritten. This location is called the archive log. Oracle DBA can archive to multiple locations, including a standby database.

These copies of redo log files extend the amount of redo information that can be saved and used for recovery. Archiving can be either enabled or disabled for the database, but Oracle recommends Oracle DBA enable archiving.The status of a log group that is actively being archived is ACTIVE.

Click Archive Logs. The Archive Logs page is displayed. This page lets Oracle DBA view archive log files and their attributes.

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STEP 6 - Next Topics
This Step discusses management of the database's storage structure. Click on Oracle tuorial links below:
The Control FileControl file
Redo Log FilesRedo log file
Archive Log FilesArchive log file
Tablespaces
Datafiles
Initialization Parameter File
Password File
Backup Files
Viewing Tablespaces in your Database
Creating a Tablespace
Modifying a Tablespace
Dropping a Tablespace
Managing Undo for Your Database
ORACLE DBA - DISCUSSION FORUMS
Oracle Database - PODCASTS
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