Re: Duplicate function is a lot longer than a backup
Date: Tue, 01 Dec 2009 13:28:56 +0000
if you're really stuck, why not debug and trace the session?
rman target / debug log=/tmp/log.txt trace=/tmp/trace.txt
RMAN> debug on; RMAN> your commands here; RMAN> debug off; RMAN> exit
That should give you an idea where time is lost, if you can't wade through the trace (it's very verbose) then create a SR with Oracle. Doesn't mean they can in the first instance but hey, it's their product in the end.
Hope that helps,
-- Martin Bach OCM 10g http://martincarstenbach.wordpress.com Jeffrey Beckstrom wrote:Received on Tue Dec 01 2009 - 07:28:56 CST
> No RAID 5 in use.
> The target server houses all of our non-production databases which are
> mostly idle.
> >>> "Allen, Brandon" <Brandon.Allen_at_OneNeck.com> 11/30/09 3:11 PM >>>
> Is it possible that you’re writing to RAID 5 on the target and that’s
> slowing it down compared to faster disks where you’re writing the backups?
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