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Data Guard is the high availability, disaster recovery and data replication solution for Oracle Databases.

With the huge growth of Data Guard it’s getting harder to encounter an Oracle DBA not dealing with Data Guard. Since it’s a common DBA task to provide high availability of databases, Data Guard is a must-know topic for every Oracle Database Administrator.

"Oracle Data Guard 11g R2 Beginner's Administration Guide" is a practical guide that provides all the information you will need to configure and maintain Data Guard. This book will show you what Data Guard can really do.

By following the practical examples in this book, you’ll learn to set up your Data Guard Broker, the management framework for Data Guard configurations. Learn and implement different data protection modes, perform role transitions between databases (switchover and failover) and configure Active Data Guard. Next, we will dive into the features of Snapshot Standby. The book progresses into looking at Data Guard configuration with other Oracle products (such as EM, RAC, and RMAN) and patch databases in Data Guard. The final chapters will cover commonly encountered Data Guard issues and Data Guard best practices, which are very important to make a Data Guard configuration perfect and take maximum advantage of Data Guard properties.


Using real-world examples and hands-on tasks, Oracle Data Guard 11gR2 Administration Beginner's Guide will give you a solid foundation in Oracle Data Guard. It has been designed to teach you everything you need to know to successfully create and operate Data Guard environments with maximum flexibility, compatibility, and effectiveness.

Who this book is for

If you are an Oracle database administrator who wants to configure and administer Data Guard configurations, then "Oracle Data Guard 11gR2 Administration Beginner's Guide" is for you. With a basic understanding of Oracle database administration, you’ll be able to easily follow the book.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Emre Baransel

Emre Baransel is a graduate of Electrical and Electronic engineering and has two Master's, one in Business Administration and the other one in Information Systems. He has been working in the IT industry for the past 10 years. He has worked for one of the largest fixed-line and GSM technology based companies in Turkey. He was nominated as an Oracle ACE in 2012. He's an Oracle Certified Professional (OCP), a founding member of TROUG (Turkish Oracle User Group), and a blogger at He has spoken at the Oracle Open World in the US and at user group conferences in different countries of Europe. He has also contributed to the Oracle RMAN 11g Backup and Recovery book in 2010. He has focused specially on high database availability and disaster recovery solutions, cloud technologies, and database security.

Nassyam Basha

Nassyam Basha is a Database Administrator. He has around seven years of IT experience of which the last five years have been as a Production Oracle DBA. He is a post graduate who holds a master's degree in Computer Applications from the University of Madras. He started working with dBase and FoxPro, and has participated in several projects with FoxPro and Oracle database starting from Oracle 7. He is an Oracle 10g Certified Professional having good knowledge in Oracle technologies such as Data Guard, RMAN, RAC, and performance tuning. He has completed more than 90 Data Guard setups on all platforms, from RAC to non-RAC and successful cluster migrations with switchovers and failovers for many business-critical production databases with major Data Guard-related issues. He actively participates in Oracle-related forums such as OTN, having 9000+ posts, using the profile Freelists ( editMode=true&userID=651869). He maintains an Oracle technology-related blog, ( and he is reachable at


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Oracle Data Guard Administration 26. Juni 2013
Von Michael C Seberg - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Rich with real world examples including logical Standby setup. Has a great best practices section and common issues section.
The details on how to patch a Data Guard system are excellent and are probably worth the price of the book alone. There are plenty of Advanced Techniques included. Well done!

5.0 von 5 Sternen Oracle Data Guard 11gR2 Administration Beginner's Guide 29. Juli 2013
Von Wissem - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch

This book is written by my friends Mr. Emre Baransel and Mr. Nassyam Basha. In the following post, I am going to explain why every Oracle DBA should read this book.

2- The Book:

First chapter of the book explains the Data Guard architecture; what is Standby Database? What`s physical / Logical / Snapshot standby database? Role Transition, Redo apply and SQL Apply? Switchover and fail over? Understand the concepts and the component definitions are a good start to successfully implement an Oracle Data Guard environment.

Chapter 2 shows complete steps to implement a physical standby database. This chapter states and explains most of the options available to implement verify and monitor a successful physical standby database. It provides very deeply explanation of Data Guard initialization parameters.

Chapter 3 starts mentioning pre-requisites before a logical standby database implementation. This chapter states and explains most of the options available to configure verify and monitor a successful logical standby database.

Chapter 4 introduces the Data Guard Borker, it clearly shows its components, benefits and the DGMGRL tool. This chapter shows also Data Guard Borker setup and how it is used to change dataguard configuration and database proprieties. The chapter has a very good section about troubleshooting Data Guard Borker, Tracing and most common broker issues. Authors also explain about the Fast Start Fail over (FSFO) and the Observer.

Chapter 5 is about protection modes, good chapter to understand differences between Data Guard modes. This chapter also has some examples to change protection mode using SQL*Plus, the Broker and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

Chapter 6 is about Role transitions (Switch Over and Fai Over). Authors have explained different examples using SQL*Plus, Data Guard Broker and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

Chapter 7 is about Active Data Guard, Snapshot Standby databases, Cascade standby. The chapter shows how to enable Active Data Guard option using SQL*Plus and Broker. They show ;
- Techniques to monitor the Active Data Guard environment.
- Integration of Active Data Guard with EBS, SAP and other applications.
- The steps to convert to a snapshot standby database and cascade standby.
- How to implement the advanced compression option and a cross platform Data Guard.

Chapter 8 shows examples to the integration of the Data Guard configuration with;
- Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

Chapter 9 is about Data Guard patching with many examples about patch application, Logical and physical standby databases. This is also a very good chapter.

Chapter 10 and 11 are unique, they cover handling the most common issues in a Data Guard environment and Data Guard best practices using TAF, FCF, FAN and other recommended configurations.

3- Conclusion:

In my opinion, this book is not only for beginners but also covers many useful and gives many recommendations for more experienced Oracle DBA. This book is a great help for every DBA who manages Oracle Data Guard environment. You can order the book here: Oracle Data Guard 11gR2 Administration Beginner's Guide


5.0 von 5 Sternen Oracle DataGuard 11g Book Review 7. September 2013
Von Manju Lithen - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Review on Oracle Data Guard 11gR2 Administration:

"Oracle DataGuard 11gR2 Administration" is a very useful book for DBA and also provides a good start for the novices to practice latest Oracle Dataguard with examples provided. Along with the theories, it also covers the creation and configuration aspects of dataguard which will help the beginners to practice within home itself. By reading the book, you will able to understand the Dataguard architecture, Redo transport mechanisms,apply services and the implementation methodology. This is very useful book who eager to know about all aspects of Dataguard.

Many thanks to the authors Emre Baransel and Nassyam Basha for the book which helps me a lot to understand the Oracle DataGuard in a very simpler way.

The link to buy this book from Packt Publishing :[...]

Book Contents:

1. Getting Started: Covers the DataGuard architecture, introduction of physical,logical and snapshots standby databases,overview of transport ,apply services and role transitions

2. Configuring the oracle DataGuard Physical Standby database: Explains how to configure a physical Standby Database with step by step approach and and verify the physical standby database recovery including real-time apply.

3.Configuring Oracle Data Guard Logical Standby Database : Explains how to configure a logical Standby Database with step by step approach

4.Oracle Data Guard Broker: Covers monitoring and managing DataGuard using DataBroker,trouubleshooting the DataGuard broker and configuring fast-start filover

5.Data Guard Protection Modes: it covers the three Protection Modes ( Maximum Availablility, Maximum Protection, Maximum Performance) of DataGuard.

6.Data Guard Role Transitions: This covers the role transitions services and necessary steps to implement successful switchover and failover operations in the stand by database

7.Active Data Guard, Snapshot Standby, and Advanced Techniques: Covers about the Active DataGuard,integrating applications with Active DataGuard and their advantages like Data Pump exports , generating ASH Reports etc

8.Integrating Data Guard with the Complete Oracle Environment - Detailed explanaition of configuartion steps to integrate the Data Guard with Enterprise Manager Grid Control,RMAN and RAC

9.Data Guard Configuration Patching- This covers best-practices of patching and how to apply patch set updates to databases in a DataGuard environment

10. Common Data Guard Issues - This Chapter covers the common issues in DataGuard and provides information for dealing such issues.

11. Data Guard Best Practices - includes very important information regarding how to make a Data Guard configuration perfect and take maximum advantage of Data Guard properties.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Oracle data guard 11gr2 beginners guide review notes 26. Juli 2013
Von J. madan - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
The Book is very well written, precis and up to the point. The authors seems to be well versed with Oracle
Data guard technology and experience in the same field oozes out in their writing.
The data flow diagrams in the book are well defined and helps in understanding the flow from primary to standby database ( I would have liked to have color patterns in them ).
Here are few other suggestions from my point of view.
I like oracle data guard evolution from version 7.3 stone age to version 11g modern age described in chapter 1.
In chapter 1 LNS ,RFS ACK acronyms meaning should have been described earlier than they are for the reader to understand them at the earliest.
Page 19 Apply spelled wrong as Aapply
Page 20 wrong use of like operator it should either use % or use = operator
on page 21 it's better to use scope=both or scope=spfile for permanent change or scope=memory or instance only change.
The book describes how logical data guard can have different user schemes than production. This is very important aspect for a DBA to replicate the production data for using it for reporting while use logical standby for other ODS purposes and save cost for the company.
The book also describes how to skip/unskip tables and whole user schemes. This is important aspect for DBA to customize and manage logical database as well as save space and cpu cycles by avoiding replication of unnecessary staging tables.

on Page 38 Section Time for action - enabling the archive log mode It is better to set log_archive_dest parameter so that archive log are create at a desired location and not default location which will fill up oracle binaries mount point.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Book Review : Oracle Data Guard 11gR2 Administration Beginner's Guide 19. Juli 2013
Von Mahir M. Quluzade - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Just finished review of book "Oracle Data Guard 11gR2 Administration Beginner's Guide" by authors, my dear friends Emre Baransel and Nassyam Basha.

"Oracle Data Guard 11gR2 Administration Beginner's Guide" book is a good introduction to Oracle Data Guard 11g R2 with examples that will be useful to all DBA's. It is also is a very good book in terms of helping beginner- readers from creating and configuring Oracle Data Guard (11g R2) configurations. By reading this book one will learn what standby databases, protection modes, transport and apply services including role transitions. The book also covered Active Data Guard and dedicated chapter for patching and Common Data Guard issues.

This book is an ideal book for somebody who wants begin to learn quickly about Data Guard. The book covered Oracle Data Guard 11gR2 with 11 chapters, 385 pages. Every chapter has a pop quiz, time for action and has a lot of tips and tricks. Really, I liked this style of this book very much.
When reading this book, you learn every chapter is reflects authors' experience. I liked all chapters of the book as Data Guard lover, but my favorite chapters are chapters 6, 7 and 11. Please, see the content of the book below:

Chapter 1, Getting Started - this chapter is covering Oracle Data Guard architecture, definition and features of Data Guard, evolution of Oracle Data Guard, overviews of physical, logical and snapshot standby databases. The chapter very provides very good explanation on work principle of Oracle Data Guard Services (transport, apply, role transition) and there are interesting comparison with other replication solutions of Oracle at the end of the chapter.

Chapter 2, Configuring the Oracle Data Guard Physical Standby Database - in this chapter you learn how to prepare primary database for Data Guard create a physical standby database including post tasks with a step-by-step approach. The chapter provides very good explanation on Data Guard related initialization parameters. You can find verification steps of the physical standby database recovery including real-time apply in this chapter.

Chapter 3, Configuring Oracle Data Guard Logical Standby Database - this chapter is covering how to prepare a logical standby database configuration step-by-step. You learn what is data guard status, how to change data guard status, what is SQL apply process and how to create objects on logical standby database with examples.

Chapter 4, Oracle Data Guard Broker - this chapter is covering the very good explanation on implementation and management of the Data Guard administration framework Data Guard broker. You learn steps how to configure fast-start failover - (FSFO) and explanations monitoring broker - managed Data Guard and troubleshooting the Data Guard broker and observer configuration.

Chapter 5, Data Guard Protection Mode - this chapter is focusing on the three data protection modes (Maximum Performance, Maximum Availability, Maximum Protection) of Oracle Data Guard. You learn from this chapter how to change protection modes using SQL*Plus, the Data Guard broker, and Enterprise Manager Cloud Control and this chapter also explain how to choose true protection mode for your Data Guard Configuration.

Chapter 6, Data Guard Role Transitions - this chapter is covering on Role Transition service of Data Guard. You learn from this chapter, necessary steps to accomplish successful switchover and failover operations on standby database.

Chapter 7, Active Data Guard, Snapshot Standby - this chapter is my favorite chapter. The chapter covering Active Data Guard (ADG) and Snapshot Standby Database (it is new features of Oracle Database 11g R2). This chapter has very nice explanation on ADG is how to integrate applications, what are benefits of ADG; also explains how to use snapshot standby, implement cascade standby databases, configure heterogeneous Data Guard setup.

Chapter 8, Integrating Data Guard with the Complete Oracle Environment - this chapter explains the Data Guard configuration with RAC; also you learn from this chapter how to integrate Data Guard with Enterprise Manager Grid Control and how to use RMAN on primary and standby databases.

Chapter 9, Data Guard Configuration Patching - this chapter explains how to apply one-off patches and patch set updates to databases in a Data Guard environment, and some best practices of patching.

Chapter 10, Common Data Guard Issues - it is very interesting chapter. You learn from this chapter, which problems occur on Data Guard configurations. This chapter gives practical information about solution for some very common issues in Data Guard .For example: redo transport authentication problems, UNNAMED data files on standby database.

Chapter 11, Data Guard Best Practices - this chapter covering how to make a Data Guard configuration perfect and take maximum advantage of Data Guard properties. In this chapter you learn about the important connection failover terms - Transparent Application Failover (TAF), Fast Connection Failover (FCF), and Fast Application Notification (FAN); Also rolling upgrade using transient logical standby and corruption detection, and prevention and automatic repair with Oracle Active Data Guard you learn from this chapter

I want to thank my friends Emre and Nassyam very much for this book and my special thanks to Packt Publications team for sending me this e-book for review.

The link to buy this book from Packt Publishing :[...]

Mahir M. Quluzade
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