Re: oracle 9i: errors by clone a DB by a script
Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 10:00:44 +0200
joel garry schrieb am 28.04.2008 in
> On Apr 28, 4:09 am, Andreas Mosmann <mosm..._at_expires-30-04-2008.news-
> group.org> wrote:
>> >> Sorry, why do you think I did not try to troubleshoot this? Sure I am >> part of the problem and the admin is it too. But in my opinion oracle is >> reason for it because there is no intuitive to do some standard actions.
> Backups and recovery are simply not intuitive to begin with. The
> "standard actions" have no standards.
The "standard action" I look for is a clone of a database. I am sure that
it depends of the point of view, but I am a software developer and as such I often need an actual copy of the database to try something. And I suppose that most databases and of course oracle databases too are delivered with an application using the database.
>> >> I read a lot of your answers and there was a lot of helping answers. >> But please accept, that oracle is not that userfriendly as it should in >> my sight. >>
> I've long said the same thing, but they've addressed some of the
> issues, and other issues derive directly from the richness and depth
> of Oracle's functionality.
> I've directly observed a number of SQL-Server apps crash
> unrecoverably, because of the lack of administration. And my-sql is
> just barely starting to even address backups. So your complaints are
> really kind of "it's the worst except for all the others," and perhaps
> unjustified positive assumptions about your admin and how things
> should and do work.
I am willing to learn, but it is impossible to learn all the oracle knowledge AND to be a good software developer. I am not responsible for backup and recovery, I (as probably all software developers) only frequently need a copy of an actual database. And by the way: shortest way for me was to export/import a user of a database, but when I started to use a blob field it did not work anymore.
Call me a fool, but it seems to be a bug! But now I found out that I can export/import the complete database as system and it takes more time and warns me much more than before, but it works.
I come along with oracle but in my opinion it must be allowed to wish things that still doesn't exist. And I am sure that I am not the only one with these wishes. Maybe there will be a version where the enterprise manager has a button "Clone a DB" and if you start it will ask you the following questions:
- server? - sys/system - passwords? - shrink db? - delete existing db?
and all the other information concerning operation system, installed oracle version/patchlevel and whatever it finds out itself. Dream a little dream ...
> @home.com is bogus.
Thank you for your answer.
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