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Database migration from Solaris to Linux [message #261950] Fri, 24 August 2007 02:41 Go to next message
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I am planning to migrate our database(10gR2) from Solaris (Sparc 64-bit) to Red Hat Linux (AMD x86 64-bit).

Which metod should I use to migrate from one operating system to another (exp/imp, transportable tablespace, copy.....)???

The platforms do not have the same endian_format! (view v$transportable_platform)

Re: Database migration from Solaris to Linux [message #261953 is a reply to message #261950] Fri, 24 August 2007 02:50 Go to previous message
Michel Cadot
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Export/import is the good old-fashioned way.
You can also use RMAN.
Have a look at Database Backup and Recovery Advanced User's Guide, 3 RMAN Recovery Concepts, Section Database Duplication with RMAN for an introduction and links to "how to".

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