Re: RMAN license
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 13:55:02 +0200
Yes, I found the post...sorry!!
Just for the record, if I RTFM, I'd have found:
"Infrastructure Repository Databases A separate Oracle Database can be installed and used as a Recovery Manager (RMAN) repository without additional license requirements, provided that all the Oracle databases managed in this repository are correctly licensed. This repository database may also be used for the Oracle Enterprise Grid Control repository. It may not be used or deployed for other uses.
A separate Oracle Database can be installed and used as a Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control (OEM Grid Control) repository without additional license requirements, provided that all the targets (databases, applications, and so forth) managed in this repository are correctly licensed. This database may also be used for the RMAN repository. It may not be used or deployed for other uses."
>This was answered just the other day. :-)
>No, you don't need a license to create a database specifically for the
>RMAN-repository. The same applies for the GRID-repository.
>Alessandro Vercelli schreef:
>> Hello everybody,
>> I need to build a new database schema for RMAN backup; the new schema cannot be placed into any existing SID, i.e. I need a new SID; furthermore the new SID cannot be allocated on an existing Oracle machine, so I have to do a new install of Oracle Database package.
>> My question is: do I need a license (SE or EE) for the new installation of Oracle Database?
>> Many thanks,