This week, I am in Kista (Sweden, near Stockholm) teaching an 11g Data Guard course. Boy, I love my job! Not only does it give me the opportunity to talk to intelligent, open minded people, I can also travel through the world and visit interesting countries -not to mention, that I can make a living from it 🙂
One of the students asked, whether a resize of a datafile on the primary database would also be reproduced at the standby database – and then simply tested it live to see that it is actually done. That is the good thing about having courses with practices: You can simply try out things and don’t have to speculate about it.
Thanks to Niklas Isaksson for pointing out, that a resize of datafiles on the primary is reproduced on the standby! To be honest, I wasn’t sure about that, but now I am 🙂