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    recover managed standby database

    i issued the below to let my oracle to apply the redo logs from the production database.

    SQL> recover managed standby database;

    however, it just hangs like this. what i did is to terminate the telnet session..

    is that command supposed to behave this way?

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    That is how it works.
    In order to cancel a sustained recovery session, from another server manager session issue the following command:
    PHP Code:
    SVRMGRalter database recover managed standby database cancel
    Sanjay G.
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    i only did a "recover managed standby database cancel;"

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    Originally posted by yls177
    i only did a "recover managed standby database cancel;"
    dude you need to read the data guard books, I assume this is 9i as you have so referenced in previous posts

    you would do this on the standby
    ALTER DATABASE RECOVER MANAGED STANDBY DATABASE DISCONNECT FROM SESSION;
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    yls177,

    From some other questions you've asked lately it seems that you are seriously diving into the deep watters of Data Guard. If so, why don't you first study the Data Guard Concepts Manual, because it seems that you are lacking some basic standby database features/concepts understanding?
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