Short for Recovery Manager is an Oracle command line tool for doing backup, restore, and recovery operations.

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Change Location of VALIDATE RECOVERY FILES work area

Is there a way to tell the VALIDATE RECOVERY FILES command to use a different location with more available disk space? When I run the command in RMAN, it fails with the following error stack: ...
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Incremental backups - differences

What is the differene between: BACKUP INCREMENTAL LEVEL 0 DATABASE; and BACKUP INCREMENTAL LEVEL 1 CUMULATIVE DATABASE; ? I read some manuals, but I don't get the idea beacuse of my poor ...
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Can RMAN duplicate be used to “replace” an existing database?

I have an unused database B, not valuable. I'd like to make a copy of database A, but do not want to go through all the manual steps RMAN requires to set up the auxiliary database. Can I use RMAN ...
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RMAN Error ( 00601, 03004) [closed]

Please help on this RMAN error: RMAN> backup database plus archivelog; Starting backup at 08-MAY-12 current log archived allocated channel: ORA_DISK_1 channel ORA_DISK_1: sid=297 devtype=DISK ...
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How can I change default backup location for oracle11g using RMAN?

I want to change to another drive due to lack of disk space. How can I change the default location of backup files used by oracle to another drive using RMAN? By default it's in the folder ...
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Rman not replacing logs with same name on networked drive

Historically, rman saved logs by replacing files of the same name so that the most recent set was always there, and logs from backup of older than the most recent set simply went away. Rman is ...
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In a two-server dataguard setup, can I store the recovery catalog in the same database?

We currently have an Oracle 11gR2 database that is backed up with rman, with the rman records stored in the control files. Control file auto-backup is turned on. Backups are to disk (and, ultimately, ...
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RMAN-06054: media recovery requesting unknown archived log, Where is SCN kept?

I have the following situation: Backups of DB1(located on srv1 server) database are taken everyday at 1:00 AM. I took backed up files(datafile,archivelog,controlfile,spfile) of 24/10/2011 and ...
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Oracle 11.1.0 Autobackup going to wrong location

I am running Oracle 11.1.0 on Win Server 2008. My autobackups used to go to flash_recovery_area\myDB\autobackup\*yyyy_mm_dd*. Then I added a prefix to the file name in front of %F and they started ...
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What network access do I need when I restoring files using RMAN?

I am restoring files from one server to another server using Oracle RMAN, what network accesses do I need?(between these servers) ftp? port 1521 should be open? or what? I appreciate your answer ...
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Oracle Backup and Recovery

My backed up archivelog file format is 'al_%U'. During recovery it shows the following error: RMAN-06054: media recovery requesting unknown log: thread 1 seq 17 lowscn 671075 How to determine which ...
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Why do we need to backup Oracle archive logs along with datafiles

Oracle® Database Backup and Recovery Basics 10g Release 2 (10.2) says that Archived redo logs are the key to successful media recovery. Back them up regularly. But, I wonder, why backups of ...
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Expired archived logs not deleted from RMAN catalogue

If I issue a LIST EXPIRED command in RMAN, I see a list of files with expired status, that is, they exist in the catalogue, but not on the disk (verified by ls). After issuing CROSSCHECK and DELETE ...