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Recovery Manager (RMAN) - Explanation of RMANs basic backup, recovery and reporting functionality.



vinod said...

crisp . This is good for basic understanding of RMAN . Thanks for the efforts

Ýbrahim Aykut KAYA said...

In my opinion this page (may be article) is very useful for begginer RMAN user and so someman may adding new technique and detail to tis article, but this is good :0)

Blaise said...

Good arcticle, for every one who want to have an overview of RMAN

thank a lot

Ming Mendonca said...

Excellent article. Good intro to RMAN backup and recovery. Also very useful for small and midsize databases

K.Babajan Khan said...

This article is very interesting / brief and very useful for beginner.

Thank you

chumkay Z said...

Nice expalination for RMAN backup.

Thankyou

Alan said...

excellent starting point for RMAN

Csk said...

Good work. Thanx

Mike Clark said...

Great introduction to the basic functionality of RMAN.

R. Grob said...

This has been a great help for me to understand how RMAN is setup. Greetings Richie

cecilia said...

good explanation about RMAN with examples...
very helpfull for a beginner..

tom said...

The very best of articles written on a complex subject like RMAN. This is indeed a miracle that this website exists and intelligent people are contributing to enrich the contents. The author should live more than 100 years.

Suni said...

this article will defintely brings a good idea, about the RMAN cconcepts. Thanks a lot.

Suni said...

this article will defintely brings a good idea, about the RMAN cconcepts. Thanks a lot.

Arun said...

Simple & Great. Thanks a lot

shampster said...

Just started playing with RMAN today and this article helped out a lot. Thank you.

Monish S. B. said...

This article is very good. For a beginner this article is very helpful. Thanks a lot for such a nice and compact article.

Syed Irfan said...

This article is short yet covers the basic requirements for configuring and recovering oracle databases.

smriti said...

Thanks a lot. Excellent tutorial for basic information.

Nosa - GA, USA said...

This is an exceptional well written piece. It is very clear on issues. Please adapt this to 10G and 11G on areas that have changed if any.
..keep it up please

www.proTask.at said...

nice article and indeed very helpful for me.

thanks alot!

sankari said...

The article was really very nice and useful. Thanks...

K said...

Typo:
if you only have on or two instances

Correct:
if you only have one or two instances


Tim... said...

Typo corected now.

Cheers

Tim...

wiza said...

good work

Shweta said...

Excellent Job!!
Thanks for the basic concepts...Its Good for beginners.

Gautham said...

Thanx Tim...excellent job.. I am totally new to DBA...Please can u explain me with example...why we should open database with resetlogs.. I am very confused with log sequence number and archived seq number

Tim... said...

Hi.

When you do a complete recovery you don't open with resetlogs are the contents of the online redo logs is correct.

When you do an incomplete recovery (like a point in time recovery), the online redo logs contain information that has effectively "not happened yet", so in that sense the contain incorrect information. The resetlogs tells Oracle to throw away the online redo logs and create new "clean" ones.

You will see in the article, the only time resetlogs is used is when you have an incomplete recovery.

The log sequence number refers to the sequence number associated with an online redo log. The archive sequence number refers to the sequence number associated with an archived redo log. Remember, that redo is written to the online logs, and only written to the archived redo when there is a log switch.

Cheers

Tim...

Vinod Nagpue said...

Thanks a lot! Really good work!!

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