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Re: Oracle Backup/Restore books

From: John Wood <jwood_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2004 04:20:56 GMT
Message-ID: <Iukkc.16594$X52.2841@clgrps12>


That's good idea to start. Thanks for the link. JW
"Hans Forbrich" <forbrich_at_yahoo.net> wrote in message news:Um8kc.43563$NG2.43036_at_edtnps84...
> John Wood wrote:
>
> > I would like to setup Oracle Hot backup, probably using RMAN for
> > Backup/Restore. We are on Window 2000 environment. Please advice some
> > good books I can buy for steps in setting it up.
> > Thanks.
> > JW
>
> Suggest you start with the free Oracle book called "Backup and Recovery
> Concepts". It's available at http://docs.oracle.com
>
> The thrilling sequels to this are
>
> Recovery Manager Quick Reference
> Recovery Manager Reference
> Recovery Manager User's Guide
>
> found at the same location.
>
> Funny thing about these books is they match the version you are using and
> are likely relevant. Anything you buy will likely be generic or will be
> out of date soon. Of course, if you want to spend money ...
>
> /Hans
Received on Thu Apr 29 2004 - 23:20:56 CDT

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