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archivelog v/s nonarchivelog

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what is the major decision factor in deciding whether DB should be in
Archivelog mode or NonArchivelog mode? What are tradeoffs for each of
the above modes?

Upto what point after (crash or media failure) can I recover my DB in
either of the modes?

Example: Your last backup was 09:00 am and then DB crashes at 06:00pm
(same day). Taking this example into consideration, upto what point
can I restore my DB?

Any related information on this is appreciated
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Example: Your last backup was 09:00 am and then DB crashes at 06:00pm
(same day). Taking this example into consideration, upto what point
can I restore my DB?

In noarchivelog mode you can restore to 9.00 am only (((
In archivelog mode you can restore up to 6.00 pm (if all archivelogs are
available)

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