From: gazzag <>
Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2009 07:21:08 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <>

On 5 Oct, 20:32, wrote:
> >Hi,
> >Is there any way to tell RMAN to look in 2 places when you 'include
> >archivelogs' in your backup?  Say that the archive log destination
> >fills up and you need to move them elsewhere, maybe during some many
> >DML statements.
> >If the destination gets full, I may want to move the logs elsewhere
> >and free up room for further work.....
> Obviously Oracle is a product which is never changes. This is why you
> considered it unimportant to post the exact version, so volunteers
> need to outline the options for all versions.
> Also Oracle is an undocumented product, at least you couldn't be
> bothered to read the documentation.
> By doing so you require volunteers to abstract the documentation.
> Usenet is about helping other people out. It is not about doing the
> work of the lazy ones for free.
> If you want to change the archivelog destination there is no problem.
> If you want to relocate current archives, you can either run an adhoc
> archivelog backup, or read up on the UNCATALOG and CATALOG RMAN
> commands.
> --
> --
> Sybrand Bakker
> Senior Oracle DBA

You mean that Oracle version numbers aren't simply periodically increased on an ad-hoc basis to denote the passing of time? ;)

To the OP: as Sybrand stated, by providing exact Oracle version information together with details of what you've tried and what happened when you did so will encourage people to be more forthcoming with their help.

HTH -g Received on Tue Oct 06 2009 - 09:21:08 CDT

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