Each member of a log file group is concurrently active—that is,
concurrently written to by LGWR—as indicated by the identical log
sequence numbers assigned by LGWR. In Figure 6-2, first LGWR writes
concurrently to both A_LOG1 and B_LOG1. Then it writes concurrently to
both A_LOG2 and B_LOG2, and so on. LGWR never writes concurrently to
members of different groups (for example, to A_LOG1 and B_LOG2).
Oracle recommends that you multiplex your redo log files. The loss of
the log file data can be catastrophic if recovery is required. Note
that when you multiplex the redo log, the database must increase the
amount of I/O that it performs. Depending on your configuration, this
may impact overall database performance.
这里有个讨论向redo logfile group里面增加一个慢的member的贴子：
writing in the redologs can only be as fast as writing in the slowest
This is probably not a good idea unless you have a really fast, fast,
fast network connection to the remote site. It has a high chance of
slowing down database performance.
Oracle 冗余 online redo log，比如一个日志文件的2个副本存放在2个独立存储卷中。两个存储卷性能一样，与无冗余 online redo log 性能有多大差异？