Darl Kuhn's Oracle Rman Pocket Reference PDF

By Darl Kuhn

ISBN-10: 0596002335

ISBN-13: 9780596002336

Oracle RMAN Pocket Reference is perfect for DBAs who require a concise connection with universal RMAN projects. the 1st component to the e-book provides instructions for such initiatives as taking a whole database backup, convalescing from lack of info dossier, and cloning a database. the second one component bargains a really concise RMAN syntax reference. This booklet will retailer DBAs time whilst appearing projects which are rare, but tremendous very important.

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RESETLOGS Resets the online redo logs to start at sequence number 1. If the RMAN ALTER DATABASE command is used, the target database is automatically reset within the catalog. If you use the SQL*Plus command, you must execute the RMAN RESET DATABASE command in order to reset the target database within the catalog. archivelogRecordSpecifier This clause allows flexibility in specifying the archived redo log files that will be included in backup, restore, and maintenance operations. Syntax ARCHIVELOG { ALL | LIKE 'string_pattern' | archlogRange [LIKE 'string_pattern' [THREAD [=] integer]] } archlogRange for Oracle9i := { { { UNTIL TIME | FROM TIME } [=] 'date_string' | { TIME BETWEEN 'date_string' AND | FROM TIME [=] 'date_string' UNTIL TIME [=] } 'date_string' | UNTIL SCN [=] integer | SCN BETWEEN integer AND integer | FROM SCN [=] integer [UNTIL SCN [=] integer] } [THREAD [=] integer] | { UNTIL SEQUENCE [=] integer | FROM SEQUENCE [=] integer [UNTIL SEQUENCE [=] integer] | SEQUENCE [BETWEEN integer AND] integer } [THREAD [=] integer] } archlogRange for Oracle8i := { { UNTIL TIME | FROM TIME } [=]'date_string' | FROM TIME [=]'date_string' UNTIL TIME [=]'date_string' | UNTIL SCN [=]integer | FROM SCN [=] integer [UNTIL SCN [=] integer] | UNTIL LOGSEQ [=] integer [THREAD [=] integer] | FROM LOGSEQ [=] integer [UNTIL LOGSEQ [=] integer] [THREAD [=] integer] } Keywords ALL Specifies that all logs should be included in the specified operation LIKE 'string_pattern' Includes those logs that match the specified pattern archlogRange Includes those logs that match specified criteria for time, SCN, or sequence number THREAD integer Specifies a redo thread and is used only with Oracle Real Application Clusters BACKUP Creates a backup of a database of a physical component such as a database file, of an archived redo log file, or of a logical component such as a tablespace.

To save space, we list these common keywords first. 3. DBID A unique number that identifies a database. BACKUPSET Specifies the backup set to be used for an operation. CHANNEL channel_id Specifies a communication channel that RMAN uses to communicate with an I/O device. CHECK LOGICAL Tests blocks for logical corruption, which is then logged in the alert log and trace files. Additionally, the ranges of corrupt blocks can be queried in V$BACKUP_CORRUPTION. Ranges of corrupt blocks can be recovered with the Oracle9i BLOCK RECOVER command.

2 Full Database Online Backup For online backups, the database is open for use and must be in archivelog mode. bus'; Unlike traditional online (hot) backups, RMAN does not put tablespaces in backup mode. No extra redo is generated. For high-transaction databases, this can lead to significant resource savings. 3 Backing Up a Tablespace The ability to specify only a subset of tablespaces in a backup operation can add flexibility to your backup strategy. 4 Backing Up a Datafile With datafiles, you can either back them up by number or by name.

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