Date: Thu, 25 Jun 2009 19:09:51 -0700 (PDT)
We had a developer make some changes to production. Idiot.
Anyhow, we have a complete backfrom from about 9:00am. There were some changes arounf 12:00 which are fine. The developer made changes at 3:30 and messed everything up.
We are runnnig RMAN. So, I did some looking around and just want to make sure we have the right commands so we can restore the database until about 3:00pm. Would this do it? (Note we have set the time back on the server to perform some application specific recovery).
SET UNTIL TIME 'Jun 15 2009 14:00:00'; RESTORE DATABASE;
Will that perform the recovery and STOP at 2:00pm? Or will it restore and recover until the most recent change in the archive logs?
Thanks! Received on Thu Jun 25 2009 - 21:09:51 CDT