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rman backup [message #635811] Thu, 09 April 2015 04:44 Go to next message
rameshk0316@gmail.com
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Hi,

Some datafiles were there on a secondary disk and that disk has become damaged and it will take some days to get a new disk. Ho6w will you recover from this situation?

please send the solution.

Regards
Ramesh T
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Re: rman backup [message #635816 is a reply to message #635811] Thu, 09 April 2015 06:29 Go to previous message
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rameshk0316@gmail.com wrote on Thu, 09 April 2015 04:44
Hi,

Some datafiles were there on a secondary disk and that disk has become damaged and it will take some days to get a new disk. Ho6w will you recover from this situation?

please send the solution.

Regards
Ramesh T


Sounds like a test question. And not enough information.
What do you mean by "secondary" disk?
What kind of backups do you have?
Is the database in archivelog mode?
Where are the backups?
Where are the archivelogs?
What version of the database?
What OS?

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