Re: Urgent, please: what are my options???
Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2009 22:37:12 +0100
Sorry for the fast reply,
I forgot to mention
_allow_read_only_corruption and _corrupt_blocks_on_stuck_recovery
all of them help in certain circumstances, but again, this is a case to call Oracle Support!
and at the end - export is the only thing you can use the DB for.
> Hi Eugene,
> next time, please do not shutdown the database in such a case As
> long as the DB is running, you can export as much data as is
> you can use _allow_resetlogs_corruption=TRUE - http://dba-oracle.fr/dba/content/view/14/1/
> or ML-Note:418476.1
> with this you will not get 100% guaranteed data. sorry, consistancy
> is lost!
> there are some other hidden parameters which can help in certain
> further circumstances.
> at last, if you have enough time to do so, ask oracle-support first
> (prio 1 call is quite fine in such a case, I guess)
> Am 23.01.2009 um 21:31 schrieb Eugene Pipko:
>> Hi all,
>> I have a 9i on Windows2003 with no backup.
>> Database was open while drive where redo logs resided was gone. So
>> I lost all redo logs.
>> I shutdown d/b, mounted it, backed up controlfile to trace.
>> Recreated control file, but when I try to open resetlogs d/base I
>> receive an error:
>> ORA-01194: file 1 needs more recovery to be consistent
>> ORA-01110: data file 1: 'D:\ORACLE_SAN\DATA\SYSTEM
>> What are my options besides rebuilding d/base???
>> P Please consider the environment before printing this e-mail.
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