Datafiles are not added in the standby even when using OMF, this can happen when the parameters for OMF are not set correctly
Cannot Add Oracle Managed File on Standby Database
Applicable Error Code
201407160910 - ORA-01276: Cannot add file
File has an Oracle Managed Files file name. Dbvisit Standby terminated. Return code = 433
Affects Standby Version 6.0 and 7.0
Should be platform independent.
Adding datafile on Standby database fails with the following error:
Dbvisit Standby: 18.104.22.16897 Process id: 1624) 201407160910 - ORA-01276: Cannot add file F:\ORADATA\PROD\DATAFILE\O1_MF_WINSURE__9WD8SG6M_.DBF File has an Oracle Managed Files file name. Dbvisit Standby terminated. Return code = 433
In this particular case, parameter
db_create_file_dest was not set correctly.
Manually add datafile on Standby Database:
SQL> alter database create datafile 'D:\ORACLE\PRODUCT\11.2.0\DBHOME_1\DATABASE\UNNAMED00017' as `F:\oradata\PRODSTDBY\DATAFILE\O1_MF_WINSURE__9WD8SG6M_.DBF';
Once the file is added, run
dbvisit as normal to send and apply the logs.
Also make sure that database parameter
db_create_file_dest is set correctly, this can be done using:
SQL> alter system set db_create_file_dest=F:\oradata\PRODSTDBY\DATAFILE scope spfile;
If you do have the database parameter
db_create_file_dest set in your standby database, you can run the following command:
SQL> alter database create datafile 19 as NEW;
One more thing you can look on is using Dbvisit Synchronise database functionality which utilises RMAN incremental refresh behind the scenes to bring your standby database back up to date with the primary. You can find out more information about this here:
Ankit Arora July 25, 2014 15:35