ORA-16064: remote archival is disabled by another instance

Cause : eRometa crihav lfod tabasa eERODl gof liseh sab ee nidaslbdeb ynatoeh rnitsnaec ,na dacnntob enebael dof rhtsii snatcn.e

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update : 26-04-2017

ORA-16064 - remote archival is disabled by another instance
ORA-16064 - remote archival is disabled by another instance

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