I am trying to migrate my database (22.214.171.124) A to another machine by using rman backup. At present, in the source machine, the redo log file, temp file is stored under the directory foo (
/foo). In the target machine, I would like to store these files under the directory bar (
In the past practice, what I did is to create foo for these files and move these files to bar manually after the recovery is complete. RMAN is such a powerful tool that I think there must be some an easy way to satisfy my requirement.
So far, by searching the google, I got a useful rman command for temp file:
set newname for tempfile <fileno> to '<path>'
It seems that there is no similar command for redo file. Before using this command to perform a recovery, I have several questions to ask:
- When we take an full backup, the backup did not go with temp tablespace and redo files, but in the past migration I experienced, I found that when I open (
alter database open resetlogs)the database after recovery is complete, redo log files and temp files exist. Will rman create this automatically for database? I can`t find the reliable oracle documents for this topic.
- To change the path for redo is so boring, I would the finish this task in the rman scripts, is there any command available to rename the redo log file in the rman scripts?