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Re: OEM question

From: Ruth Gramolini <>
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 07:52:31 -0700
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You can put the catalog in any database.  I have mine in a separate database right now and use rman to back it up.  I run it in archivelog mode of course.  It takes less than a minute to back it up, including the archivelogs.  I used to have it with my rman catalog but since I don't use rman to back up my rman catalog (I do cold backups of this when no backups are being run) it is easier to have it by itself.
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  Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2003 1:49
  Subject: OEM question   

  Hello all,
  I'm configuring OEM for the first time.  I see   it needs a repository to operate.  So for the db-up functionality, if the   database that contains your repository goes down, your db-up function is dead,   right?  Sounds like the rman catalog quandry.  YOu have a catalog to   backup your database, but then you have to backup your catalog...   And just as a fyi:  I completed the upgrade   from> on Windows 2000 without incident last night.  It   actually went pretty quickly.
  Thanks in advance for any comments about OEM.   

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