Re: Oracle 10g backup/restore

From: Adi <>
Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2009 22:59:03 -0800 (PST)
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On Feb 23, 11:03 pm, jgar the jorrible <> wrote:
> On Feb 23, 3:43 am, Adi <> wrote:
> > Thanks a lot..
> > Now that I have got this, is there some cook book to use RMAN?
> I agree with the others that you have to understand what is going on,
> a cookbook is fine, but doesn't help you when the soup boils over.
> Recovery is the one thing you can't screw up.
> This means you need to learn the concepts and practice, practice,
> practice.  In the past I thought the way Oracle does this is
> counterproductive, relying on manual procedures during a crisis, but
> the modern versions make it as automated as makes sense.  The downside
> is some things are abstract, you still need to learn the concepts cold
> to understand what is going on.  For larger sites, there are a lot of
> knobs and levers to twiddle, this can be overwhelming even to the
> experienced.  I know I'm surprised more often than I should be.
> Read the docs, they start with a simple getting started doc.  Get
> familiar with metalink and the way Oracle does support.  Search
> metalink for "backup scenarios", there are some informative docs.
> Here's the monkey-pushing-buttons version:
> You really should aim for command-line RMAN mastery, though.  And have
> someone else to back you up.
> Here's an intro to this group, with some general resources:
> jg
> --
> is bogus.
> Silver Bullet:

Thanks all of you. I will definitely go through these docs. Received on Tue Feb 24 2009 - 00:59:03 CST

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