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Re: Script tp parse control file backup ??

From: Mladen Gogala <>
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2004 14:33:48 -0400
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Thanks, Michael, but I always inspect it before I run it. Creating new control file on a regular basis means that you are creating copies of your production database on another node. That can be scheduled in advance, so there is enough time to take a look. Let me guess: you are using BCV's to create another copy of the database? At this point, I have a question for Robert Freeman if he knows whether RMAN will support BCV's in near future or not?

Getting rid of empty lines isnt complicated at all: just add /^\s*$ as a print condition, and it will skip empty lines as well.

On 07/01/2004 01:11:46 PM, "Hand, Michael T" wrote:
> Mladen,
> One other minor point. Unless you get rid of the blank line in the middle

Mladen Gogala
Oracle DBA

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