Database Shutdown In Streams Bi-directional Configuration

I have a simple question. I am running bi-directional Streams replication between two 11gR2 databases. I have to shutdown one of the databases for server maintenance for about two hours. Should I leave the Capture Process running in the other database? Or, would it be better to disable it and then start it up again when the second database is brought back up?

Not knowing how you set it up my recommendation would be that you open an SR at MyOracleSupport.
Someone giving you incorrect advise here could potentially damage your production system.

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