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  1. #1
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    Can we perform the Tablespace Point-in-Time Recovery from Oracle Enterprise Manager? Or we have to RMAN command line utility from the OS prompt?

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    zm

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    Best is to use the RMAN command line. That way you know for sure that if any errors were to occour.

    Sam
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    If I use RMAN command line to perform TSPITR, I need to prepare the Auxiliary Instance first. I am not quite understand what this Auxiliary Instance means. Do I actually need to create the Auxiliary database?

    I also need to create a password file for the Auxiliary Instance. If I have multiple databases, how can I create the password file for a particular database?

    Thanks.
    zm

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    Check this link for more picturesque detail.

    http://technet.oracle.com/doc/oracle...spi.htm#443309


    Sam
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    That is the document I red. But I got confused. The following is what the document requires for preparing the Auxiliary Instance for TSPITR:

    "Satisfy the following requirements before performing RMAN TSPITR:

    * Create an Oracle Password File for the Auxiliary Instance

    * Create a Parameter File for the Auxiliary Instance

    * Start the Auxiliary Instance

    * Ensure Net8 Connectivity to the Auxiliary Instance

    * Start the Recovery Manager Command Line Interface "

    I don't know if I need to create the Auxiliary database first.
    Also I don't know how to use ORAPWD to create password file for Auxilary as there are more than one databases existing.
    zm

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