The logical standby database is in Read-Write mode means a fully updatable mode. A database can be accessed and potential data may be changed. So Oracle data guard provides a lock. We can configure GUARD on the database at a different level according to our requirement.
A user access can be controlled with GUARD.
We can enable GUARD with ALTER DATABASE GUARD [ALL | STANDBY | NONE] command.
There are three level for GUARD.
- ALL: We can use ALTER DATABASE GUARD ALL statement. It prevents users from making changes to any data in the database.
- STANDBY: It Prevents users from making changes to any data maintained by Data Guard SQL Apply
- NONE: If we provide Guard none then it provides normal security a user which have access to objects can change data in that.
To check Guard_status use following query.
SQL> select guard_status from v$database;
1. The Data Guard level is automatically set to ALL by the broker on the logical standby database.
2. Database Guard level applies to all users except SYS user.
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