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I would VERY much appreciate, if the standby is a available (for ROS) – during the upgrade. My problem is really that I need to deactivate standby in step 6 – while the Primary is “in between”….
And then go to step9 – and back onto the primary for step10 – so from 6-10 I have NO access to “any of my data”…. Not on the primary - not on the ROS standby.
I would VERY much like to have ROS available (as we need access to previous transactions) during the upgrade of the primary. But if I leave it up, I will have to reinitialize the HADR - hence transport a backup (multi TB) from datacenter1 to datacenter2 and vice versa… (we run a two site installation - sort of active-active).
It would be NICE (actually more than nice) if:
a) leave HADR standby active
b) Bring primary down, upgrade it
c) the HADR standby receives an "uplevel" log record, and stops the replay - but HADR standby is STILL available
d) Primary goes through the entire process and is brought online
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