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    issue about log_archive_trace

    Hi,
    Here is the information describing my issue about trace files and data guard.

    database: oracle 9.2.0
    os: Linux advance 2.1
    running model: data guard

    5 months ago, i had set the parameter log_archive_trace to zero,
    but i still found the following information in the trace file esal_arc0_8339.trc.
    i can not understand, can anyone tell me why?

    and i also want to know whether it is definite that oracle will not write any informative messages
    except errors into trace files as long as the value is zero?

    Destination LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_2 is in CLUSTER CONSISTENT mode
    Destination LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_2 is in MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE mode
    - Created archivelog as '/home/oracle/oradata/esal/archive/1_17864.arc'
    Destination LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_2 is in CLUSTER CONSISTENT mode
    Destination LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_2 is in MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE mode
    - Created archivelog as '/home/oracle/oradata/esal/archive/1_17866.arc'

    thanks
    novel gene

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    can anybody tell me ?
    thanks!

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    Sanjay G.
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    thank you

    but, in fact, i had read the website you told me.
    i can not understand the meaning of value zero of log_archive_trace.

    anyway,thanks a lot

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    On which instance have you set this parameter to 0 - on primary, on standby or on both?

    On which instance you are getting such tracefiles generated - on primary, on standby or on both?

    Are you sure you actually have set it to 0? Can you verify it by querying v$parameter/v$spparameter on both databases?
    Jurij Modic
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