Re: starting archive log restore to *default* destination

From: joel garry <>
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 09:17:39 -0700 (PDT)
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On Apr 1, 2:15 am, NetComrade <> wrote:
> Often the archive log destination is not really meant to be able to
> hold a week worth of logs.
> How can we redirect media restore to some temporary mount?
> Alternatively, if I am just recovering a couple of blocks.. why can't
> it read from NFS (where backups are) and not have to physically copy
> all these data for a few 8K blocks (could certainly keep that in
> memory as it goes through rman bakup sets)

Version? ASM? OS? Catalog?

You can do amazing things with links.

O10 has copy and catalog commands.

If you are on O9 and want to extract archive logs without RMAN, google for the secret metalink Note 60545.1. It shows some of the PL procedures that manipulate these things.

Apologies if I didn't quite understand the question. Don't know about the second second question.


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Received on Tue Apr 01 2008 - 11:17:39 CDT

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