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What is the meaning of the work redundancy ie data redundancy..
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Redundancy is the act of having more than one copy of something.

You should have more than one controlfile for your database - that is a redundant copy.
You should have more than one log file group (and more than one member per group).

If you have the same data element repeated more than once in a row, that would be data redundancy.  (Or I suppose if you have the same row stored in more than one table).
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yes understand what is redundancy..
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