After a NOLOGGING operation on the primary is detected, it is recommended to create a backup immediately if you want to recover from this operation in the future. However, there are additional steps required if you have an existing physical or logical standby database. Executing these steps is crucial if you want to preserve the data integrity of your standby databases.
For a physical standby database, Data Guard's Redo Apply process will process the invalidation redo and mark the corresponding data blocks as corrupted. Follow these steps to reinstate the relevant datafiles:
RECOVER MANAGED STANDBY DATABASE CANCEL).