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Because of usage a NOLOGGING operation the standby database becomes unavailable
because some DML operations in the primary database were not written into redo log
files and after that archived to be passed to the standby database. Load operations in the
primary database using the NOLOGGING option cannot be recovered from the redo log
A: You can use NOLOGGING operations in the primary database, but the standby
database becomes invalid after that and needs to be recreated from the primary database
after these operations.
B: Not only the affected data file needs to be copied from the primary to the standby
server: the standby database must receive a copy of the current archived log files and data
files that comprise the affected tablespace. Recovery is performed using these files.
C: NOLOGGING operations can be used on the primary database, but not on the standby
Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 1158
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