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What if one node goes down in RAC instance does Dbvisit still sends the archivelogs to standby?

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Yes, if you have Installed Dbvisit in shared storage and use VIP for configuring your dbvnet, dbvagent and configured dbvnet and dbvagent as cluster resources. This should automatically fail over the available node and then continue sending archivelogs to the standby. Below are some of the links from documentation which talks about these in detail.

https://dbvisit.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DS8QSG/pages/115015757/Advanced+-+Oracle+RAC+Configurations#Advanced-OracleRACConfigurations-3.1.1.ThenewVirtualIP

https://dbvisit.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DS8QSG/pages/115015757/Advanced+-+Oracle+RAC+Configurations#Advanced-OracleRACConfigurations-5.Example2:AddDbvnetandDbvagentasClusterResources

If you have installed Dbvisit in local storage on both the servers and still used VIP you have to schedule a job to copy files from active node to another and then manually startup the Dbvisit services in the other node once the node goes down.

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