Research and Application of Data Archiving based on Oracle Dual Database Structure

Cui Jin; Naijia Liu; Li Qi
April 2012
Journal of Software (1796217X);Apr2012, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p844
Academic Journal
For the universities' business system, to realize secure storage of historical data and long-term retention, saving high-end storage, online database backup pressure relief. A record-level data archiving method was proposed based on oracle dual database structure. This method included three aspects: related works, related technologies and strategy on data archive. For universities' business system, analysis of some problems need to concern and solution when the data archive, included four aspects: business analysis, storage analysis, data analysis and technical analysis. Finally, effectiveness of this method was validated by an application example in Tsinghua University.


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