Dataguard check script for Real Application Clusters (MAA)

Two years after my posts:
Quick Oracle Dataguard check script and More about Dataguard and how to check it I faced a whole new Dataguard between two Oracle Real Application Clusters, aka Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA).

This enviromnent is relying on Windows OS. Don’t know how this could be called “availability” but here we are. I revisited my scripts in a quick and very dirty way. Please consider that I did copy and paste to check the alignment once per thread, but it should be improved with some kind of iteration to check each thread in a more structured fashion.

Please foreward me every improvement you implement over my code: it would be nice to post it here.

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Ludovico

Principal Product Manager at Oracle
Ludovico is a member of the Oracle Database High Availability (HA), Scalability & Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) Product Management team in Oracle. He focuses on Fleet Patching and Provisioning (FPP), MAA-optimized database lifecycle management, Cloud MAA and Online Reorganization.

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