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Re: recovery - no backup:)

From: <nlzanen1_at_EY.NL>
Date: Wed, 01 Aug 2001 07:47:34 -0700
Message-ID: <F001.0035BDFA.20010801075116@fatcity.com>

One way should work : DUL

You'll get this by phoning Oracle WWS and cost quite a few dollars but could well be worth it.
But maybe Oracle WWS can solve it some other way. I have heard of stories where they go in and change bits/bytes in datafiles (hexeditor) to combat corruption or just to make the DB come back up again so you can do export.

Jack

                                                                                       
                          
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Ok, I've been trying to find extra work in Silicon Valley so I can pay my rent and I
just got someone, but I think they have a problem that will be difficult if not impossible
to solve. So I knew to turn to you guys.

Here's the problem. A guy was loading a blob into a table and something went wrong. When
they try to start the database they get

> 1) ora-01122 datafile failed verification
> 2) ora-01110 datafile "path"
> 3) ora-01200 Actual file sizeof 1641681 is smaller
> than correct size of
> 1664000 (2k blocks)

Does anyone know of any tricks to recover the database. I know I could drop the tablespace
and datafiles for it and open the database but they have to have the associated tablespace.
It contains all the data used by their application.

I thought about trying to increase the size of the file, etc, but.....

If I can even just get the data out that would probably be acceptible.

Thanks, Dave Turner

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