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You don't want your test database to retain the same internal id number as the production database. Hence it would be best to use RMAN's command DUPLICATE, because it sets a different id (and also a new database name). This command is specifically designed to do what you require.


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The Process Architecture documentation has the answer, in the "Dedicated Server Configuration" section. In a dedicated server configuration, a new server process is created for each user process that is accessing the database. These processes only last as long as the user process, like a "shadow". The concept exists because in this configuration you need ...


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Just to make sure this is not used by your OEM - rename the folder to $ORACLE_HOME/EMStagePatches2_$ORACLE_SID and restart your OEM if nothing bad happens i think is fine ti assume that is just a staging folder for the uploaded patches


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Yes it can. We are currently using it on a 11g RAC database. Do you need any other details?



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