Before I start, I just want to mention that I am not a DBA, I am a programmer/developer who also happens to look after the database. So if I say something wrong, my apologies in advance.
We recently experienced a massive city wide power surge which killed our database server. We have multiple databases running on the server (RHEL6 - Oracle 11gr2). I back up all the data using rman and the command "backup database plus archivelog delete input" and then take an impdp dump of one particular schema so that we can import it into our test environments over night. After our server was destroyed, the only thing we could recover from the hard drives was the backupset folder which contains a lot of bkp files. And that's about it. I don't have a control file or the DBID of the database. I do however have a data dump that's 3 days old
Is there any way we can recover the database on to a new host?