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I know that I can issue the command restore controlfile from "location_here". But there is some config that can I do for issue the command restore controlfile from autobackup even whether the autobackup of the controlfile is not in fast recovery area?

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Why not?

From Database Backup and Recovery Reference 12c:

The default location for the autobackup on disk is the fast recovery area (if configured) or a platform-specific location (if not configured). RMAN automatically backs up the current control file using the default format of %F. You can change the location and file name format with the CONFIGURE CONTROLFILE AUTOBACKUP FORMAT and SET CONTROLFILE AUTOBACKUP FORMAT commands.

  • Ok, in my rman configuration I've altered the path for the controlfile autobackup (configure controlfile autobackup format for device type disk to...) , but when I try restore using restore controlfile from autobackup the rman does't find the controlfile autobackup yet. – Danilo Neto Nov 12 at 21:55
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    Those configurations tell rman where to write a backup. When he needs to locate a backup that has already been written, he consults the repository located in the control file, or - if available - the catalog. When files are written, a record - including the full path used - is written to the repository. You might try a 'list backup' (rman command) to see what is known. – EdStevens Nov 12 at 22:16
  • But I'm trying restore the controlfile with the database in startup nomount. Is in startup nomount just read spfile right? In my case isn't possible to use list backup command. – Danilo Neto Nov 13 at 12:04
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    n nomount, the only info available to the instance are the init parms, and none of them deal with backup locations beyond specifying the FRA. Someone may correct me, but I don't see any way to restore without specifying the location when you are in nomount. – EdStevens Nov 15 at 0:06
  • Yes, I guess that you are right. I made several researchs and I guess that is impossible restore in nomount without specify the location of the controlfile as well. Thank you for the atention! – Danilo Neto Nov 15 at 13:10

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