Am Freitag, 1. Juni 2007 10:06 schrieb Simon Riggs:
> Recovery considerations mean there can be more than one copy of a
> database and it is important to be able to tell which one was just
> started. The time a database was shutdown defines which copy we are
> looking at.
No, the database identifier defines that.
> Also, the startup signature would not be verbose enough to catch your
> eye as you look through the log. If you want to change this, we should
> have some additional eyecatcher text in there, e.g. ==============...
There are text-search facilties for that.
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