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how we will find the archive destination in oracle database..
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Wasim Akram Shaik earned 500 total points
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login to oracle database via sysdba

sqlplus "/ as sysdba"

and type this

show parameter dest;

or login to system and execute the query

select * from v$parameter where name='log_archive_dest';
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you can have more than one archive destination

select * from v$parameter where name like 'log_archive_dest%'


you definitely do NOT need to be sysdba to run that query.

you will need some elevated privileges to select from that dictionary view but it's not a good practice to get into the habit of logging in as sysdba.  It's rarely needed and usually improper to do so.
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yes it is fine..
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