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Restoring RMAN backup in new host with differerent filesystem [message #358111] Sat, 08 November 2008 10:54 Go to next message
it_s_reds
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Registered: November 2008
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Hi,

I am trying to restore one database in new host with different filesystems.

1. I have restored whole DB at new host once.
2. Then I shutdown the database and deleted all files *.dbf , *ctl. redo every thing from new host.
3. Again trying to restore the DB from same backup, while restoring many files are being skipped. In fact those files are not present in new host.

Please let me know how to avoid this situation.
Do I need to do something in RMAN ? or need to set something while running restore. "NO SKIP" something like that ?
Re: Restoring RMAN backup in new host with differerent filesystem [message #358113 is a reply to message #358111] Sat, 08 November 2008 11:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ebrian
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Registered: April 2006
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it_s_reds wrote on Sat, 08 November 2008 11:54
Hi,
new host with different filesystems.

What is "different filesystem" ? Is it a different platform ?
Re: Restoring RMAN backup in new host with differerent filesystem [message #358114 is a reply to message #358113] Sat, 08 November 2008 11:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
it_s_reds
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Registered: November 2008
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different file system means ..diffent directories
path is different for same file.
Re: Restoring RMAN backup in new host with differerent filesystem [message #358121 is a reply to message #358114] Sat, 08 November 2008 14:23 Go to previous message
ebrian
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Registered: April 2006
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