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Hi ,

I am using physical dataguard configuration . I have added online redolog group and 4 standby redolog groups on the primary db , log_file_name_convert parameter is set in standby and also standy_file_management=auto is set . Does these added online redolog group and stanby redo log group on primary gets added on to the standby db ?

or 2) Do we have to  add manually the added online redo and standby redo log group on the standby too ? if so when will the log_file_name_convert parameter is useful

Please answer ...Thanks in advance
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According to Oracle, they should be automatically added.
Unfortunately on our case (11.2.0.1 on AIX) there exist bugs related to Dataguard and it does not function correctly, we had to re-build the standby in order to add the standby redo and additional redo we had created.

Good luck, hope you do not have to do the same!
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Thanks for your  reply

Ours is 11.2.0.2 on SunOS Sparc  and online redolog and standby didnt get added on to standby . If possible could you please give me the patch to fix  those bugs and  any document to know that there exists bugs on 11.2 that  prevents log groups from  automatically get added to standby
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