need a script to delete the archive logs not required for gg

Posted on 2013-06-21
Last Modified: 2014-01-11
Hi all,

my oracle database version is and ggs version is .
we want to delete the archive logs which are not required by goldengate extract let me know if some one alreay worked on it.
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RMAN is suppose to do it when you 'delete archivelog all';
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after registser the gg process. it auotmaticaly keeps the required archivelogs and delete rest all are not required when a run archive backup

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this iwas helpful

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