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  1. Henry Nino
    November 8, 2012 at 6:42 pm

    Hi Leigh.

    I saw your comment on Experts-xchange about Double-Take and Oracle licensing, for some time I am working with Oracle and implementing Double-Take for disaster recovery sites.

    I would like to know in general about the design that made the consultant with Oracle since currently I have a project and design can make a difference, and I can remove a headache.

    Currently use Double-Take to replicate data and binary equal locations but I always had to waste an Oracle license in the destination.

    • Leigh Riffel
      November 9, 2012 at 9:16 am

      Since I don’t use Experts-Exchange, you must be referring to my DBA.StackExchange Question. I can’t discuss the implementation details, so I suggest you do the same thing I did and get an Oracle licensing specialist on the phone. Describe the implementation to them and see what they say. At worst you will have to continue doing what you have been and at best you won’t have to license the machines that would run the Double-Take copy.

  2. January 21, 2015 at 9:44 am

    Hi Leigh,

    I happened to come by your blog by way of Stack Exchange post on “What Should Every DBA know?” as I’m interviewing today. Happened to read some of your blog posts – encouraging stuff. I’m a little late to the programming ‘game’ (profession) if you will, so always trying to find those I can learn from. Often that requires visibility into the other facets of their life to see if their sight is true. Dieu Benit.

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