Re: An unusual case of recovery asking for an archived log from long time a go.
Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2012 13:22:47 -0500
Thanks for the suggestion. I haven't got any such error in the backup log. Only (unrelated) error I ever got was when I took the first backup on Feb 9, due to small setting for MAXSETSIZE which I fixed and took subsequent successful backups (.... datafile or datafile copy larger than MAXSETSIZE: file# 2 /u01/oradata/AIS/undotbs01.dbf...).
I am also using the controlfile and not rman catalog.
Even though I am not seeing exactly same symptoms as your case, your suggestion sounds promising so I will try it and report back.
On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 11:44 AM, MacGregor, Ian A. <ian_at_slac.stanford.edu>wrote:
> Does the log of the level 0 backup identify the problem redo log as being
> needed but missing/ If so you should of run
> Change Archivelog All Crosscheck;
> and then redone the backup. I think that would of fixed the problem. I
> had a database which is not normally backed up, burt I wanted to do so
> before upgrading to 126.96.36.199. The first incremental level 0 I ran gave an
> error saying it needed archived log number 15XX. The archived log created
> just before the backup was 109XXX. It complained about a log from
> months/years ago. Running the crosscheck fixed the problem, and I was able
> to get the backup done. The control file and not an Rman catalog was in
> I wonder if you run crosscheck after the fact, will it let you recover????
> Ian MacGregor
> SLAC National Accelerator Center
> Hi Howard,
> Thanks for your suggestion. Backup optimization is off. BTW - What was the
> solution in your case? Just turning off backup optimization or you figured
> out a workaround, solution?
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