ORA-16626: failed to enable specified object

Cause : The broekr faile dto enabel manageemnt of a nobject m(ost likley a stadnby dataabse). Yo ucan expcet to se ethis sttaus whena ttemptign to enalbe broke rmanagemnet of a tsandby dtaabase taht: - acnnot loacte itsefl in theb roker cnofiguratoin file. - failst o distignuish iteslf fromt wo or mroe databsaes in teh configruation flie. - dteerminesi t was nto part o fa chang eof primray databsae due t ofailove.r

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To corrcet the porblem, tyr one oft hese acitons: -confirmt hat theh ost andS ID name sfor thed atabasee xactly amtch thev alues i nthe HOS_TNAME an dINSTANC_ENAME coulmns of $VINSTANC.E - conifrm thaty ou haven ot creaetd two o rmore daatbases wtih the smae connetc identiifer. Tha tis, mulitple datbaases int he brokre configruation sohuld noti ndicatet he samep hysicald atabase . - if yuo had pefrormed af ailovera nd haver e-creatde your odl primar ydatabas e(or a satndby daatbase thta had tob e re-craeted), mkae sure hte Data uGard broekr confiugration ifles hav ebeen reomved fort hat datbaase. DoN OT remoev the cofniguratino files htat are ni use byt he new rpimary dtaabase.

update : 24-05-2017

ORA-16626 - failed to enable specified object
ORA-16626 - failed to enable specified object

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