I have some trouble restoring some data from an old backup.
Original machine was lost and my mission is to restore data. This is not a critical machine, but some data is still useful.
- Oracle on original server: 188.8.131.52
- Oracle on destination server: 184.108.40.206
Server is redhat- 5.6 original. 6.x destination.
On the new machine, with oracle installed I did:
export ORACLE_SID=oldsid rman TARGET /
And in rman i set the sid as the old databsae:
SET DBID 3348161342;
Then restored controlfile and spfile from the backup. Important note: these files are more recent than the backup.
RESTORE CONTROLFILE from '/mount/restorepoint/3348161342_41qtltn4_1_1_20160111.bck restore spfile from '/mount/restorepoint/sp_OLDDB-3348161342_42qtltn6_1_1_20160111.bck';
Database in mount with:
ALTER DATABASE MOUNT;
And specified where the backup files are:
catalog start with '/mount/restorepoint/rmanfiles';
Because on the original db there is also TDE.
- Created a directory to put wallet
- Created sqlnet.ora files with indications on the wallet location
Altered system with:
alter system set encryption wallet open identified by "thetdepassword";
And then again in rman:
alter database mount; RESTORE DATABSE;
So far, everything fine. But when I trai to OPEN database:
ORA-01589: must use RESETLOGS or NORESETLOGS option for database open
Fine, my bad. Then I use: alter database open RESETLOGS; and I have the error:
ORA-01152: file 4 was not restored from a sufficiently old backup ORA-01110: data file 4: '/ltm/data/oracle/dati/olddb/users01.dbf'
What am I missing?
In the original backup script options must be:
BACKUP AS COMPRESSED BACKUPSET INCREMENTAL LEVEL 0 DATABASE
How can I read again that data?
I come from sqlserver and postgresql world, so probably I miss something...