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Rac physical standby database

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Hey I need to setup physical standby database on RAC. If you could provide all the steps in details. I really appreciate your help.
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Physical standby is not RAC. That is Dataguard.

I would suggest the same thing I always suggest in your questions, look in the Docs for the ways to do this and apply them to your specific situation.
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I am sorry yes I need to create rac data guard and test failover and switchover
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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And?

What parts does the above link or the docs doesn't help?

If you have a specific question other than "How do I do it all", please ask.
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