Tag: rman

Oracle RMAN Restore to the Same Machine as the Original Database

Among the most critical but often most neglected database administration tasks is testing restore from backup. But sometimes, you don’t have a test system handy, and need to test the restore on the same host as the source database. In…

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RMAN Infatuation?

Lately, I am becoming infatuated with RMAN again. Have you ever run “restore database preview”? Are you curious about how the recovery SCN are determined? Media recovery start SCN is 1515046 Recovery must be done beyond SCN 1515051 to clear…

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When RMAN Validate Creates New Files

The RMAN VALIDATE RECOVERY FILES command is a simple way to validate all backups, or so I thought.
In some versions it is broken, and in the versions where the bug has been fixed, it is even more broken.

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RMAN 12c : Say goodbye to your backup when dropping your PDB

Update: 09/March/2015 .- I wrote a second part and followed up on this on my personal blog RMAN 12cR1 : Say goodbye to your backup when dropping your PDB – Part II I was working on my presentations for IOUG Collaborate,…

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Table recovery with rman in Database 12c

A quick look at table-level recovery with Database 12c including sample script and output.

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Duplication: divide et impera

For me, every Monday morning starts with the same routine. I refresh some QA databases from PeopleSoft production one. Even though the process is almost fully automated (all commands are automatically generated) it takes several hours to perform the final…

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Oracle Database 12c: Network Recovery in RMAN

Over the past 8 months, I have had the pleasure of working on a soon-to-be-released update for our popular Beginner’s Guide for Oracle Database 12c. Many of the new 12c features have fascinated me and my peers. I have thirsted in particular for the following handful of rman enhancements that are bundled with Database 12c…

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DUPLICATE from ACTIVE Database Using RMAN, a Step-by-Step Guide

In this guide assume we are migrating a single instance database HRDEV to a two node RAC database HRPRD with following specifications.

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