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

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RMAN 11g/12c Client compatibility

I'm having a Recovery catalog database 12c version. While I'm trying to register the target database (11g) with the catalog I get the following error: Recovery Manager: Release 12.1.0.2.0 - ...
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Are there any potential problems with running distinct Oracle rman archivelog backups of the same database at the same time?

The scenario is that RMAN archivelog backups are scheduled to tape (TSM) every 2 hours. The scheduling ensures that such backups are run in a mutually exclusive fashion. A separate crontab based ...
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Not receiving archivelogs from production to remote side

I have a scenario in which we have Designed data guard. Where we have 2 standby sides. One standby is located locally and 2nd standby is located on remote side. The distance between local and remote ...
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Duplicate database for standby returns error ORA-19625: error identifying file /home/oracle/stdbyctrl.ctl

I'm working on creating duplication scripts for standby purposes. and it's constantly failing even though the backups are located in the exact same folder. DB structure is identical and spfile is ...
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unable to connect to specific instance ORacle RAC

I did several operations by connecting successfully to all 4 instances but suddenly during one of the jobs, it failed with a TNS error. I checked the connect from SQL and one of the nodes is giving an ...
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Oracle 11 rman db restore file corruption

First to mention that I came to the need of asking help after furious research I reattempts for about 3 weeks. I checked previous threads in Oracle community but nothing works for me. I am trying to ...
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RMAN catalog database

I'm about to create a RMAN catalog database for my setup, what are the general precautions or major pre-requisites as in DB parameters, compatibility,etc that I should take care while creating the ...
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Oracle DB Point In Time Recovery faulted

I'm testing a procedure via RMAN backup to retore/recover at recover-point, but it fails. Exactly I've executed the first time and it works: Backup: RMAN> backup database INCLUDE CURRENT ...
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Backup files not found in ASM

I have an Oracle database 11gr2 and I have installed Oracle Grid on Oracle Linux 5.9. I have two disk groups. /etc/init.d/oracleasm listdisks : flash_recovery_area DATA The first disk group is ...
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Recover data from bak Oracle 9i file

Our customer gave us a .bak archive with name file_decrypted_379299.bak which we know was created with Oracle 9i in "hot" style. We tried to recover the bak file with Oracle 9i RMAN but we don't know ...
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How to fix this error Idk?

how to fix it I am new in Oracle? I tried to connect RMAN and it showed me this error...
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Why OEM RMAN backup jobs fail after changing the preferred credentials?

In an Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 11.2.0.4.0 - 64bit Production, Running on Oracle Linux 6.5, we configured full RMAN backup schedule using OEM (Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g ...
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Will I have to restore controlfile in RMAN level 1 backupset before recover database?

For example, I have a level 0 and level 1 RMAN backupset files like inr00_0413_* inr01_0413_1_* Is it necessary to do this when recover from RMAN level 1 backup: restore controlfile from ...
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Oracle restore backup on other server

I have following situation: One server with Oracle has to be backed up and recovered on other Oracle server. Second Oracle DB has the same user/schemas, but with a different older data. I intend to ...
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Failure Of Backup Due To Limit Exceeded For Recovery Files Since Cannot Reclaim Disk Space [RMAN-03009,ORA-19809,ORA-19804]

While I try to take incremental backup level 0 by using the command RMAN> backup incremental level 0 database plus archivelog; , encountered this error. RMAN-00571: ...
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rman 'delete archivelog all’ very slow

On our automated test system we use flashback all the time to reset our Oracle 11g database to a state before a test run. We noticed some of the scripts involved, started to become slower and slower. ...
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Can I delete an Oracle “Whole database backup” while a level 0 backup is being created?

I have created a Whole database backup using: -- In SQL*Plus ALTER SYSTEM SET DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST_SIZE = 5000G SCOPE=BOTH; ALTER SYSTEM SET DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST = 'O:\ORA_FRA'; alter system set ...
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scipt for rman configuration & database backup in dataguard environment

environment Oracle Solaris 10 -> 5.10 Generic_147147-26 sun4v sparc Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 11.2.0.1.0 - 64bit production Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3u2 for Solaris 10 sparc ...
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RMAN Performance Problems following Platinum Patching on Exadata DB

I backup my dev,tst and prod databases (9 in all) to ZFS on two RAC servers on an Exadata 1/8 rack machine. Prior to quarterly patching, our backups were set up in 30 minute intervals and each ...
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Archive log backup error and backup completed with errors

My prod DB backup completed with errors stating the below error. RMAN-00571: =========================================================== RMAN-00569: =============== ERROR MESSAGE STACK FOLLOWS ...
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Delete backup directories using RMAN

Is there any way RMAN can delete empty backup directories?
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Duplication Oracle Database to remote host

I have two scenarios. 1 ) Let's say , I have the same file system and same SID on both nodes. I've created any directories necessary for start the duplicate database. First I used command below. ...