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    I am trying to implement RMAN disk backups. I have two servers db1 which is the database server and backup1 which is a media server and holds my recovery catalog. db1 has three 54G mount points; /u01, /u02, /u03. backup1 has one 256G mount point; /b01.

    I want to backup to disk, but to backup1:/b01.

    My rman script is:
    Code:
    {
       allocate channel d1 type disk;
       setlimit channel d1 kbytes 2097150 maxopenfiles 32 readrate 2000;
       backup full filesperset 6
          format '/b01/rmanback/df_t%t_s%s_p%p'
          database;
       release channel d1;
    }
    I run this script on backup1, expecting the backup to go to backup1:/b01. Instead, I get an error message stating
    RMAN-10035: exception raised in RPC: ORA-19504: failed to create file '/b01/rmanback/df_t1_s1_p1'

    If I NFS mount backup1:/b01 to db1:/b01, then it works.

    Any suggestions?
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    just wondering, is UID in both servers the same?

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    Yes, I am user "oracle" on both machines.
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    I mean uid, the number

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    Sorry, yes, same UID.
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    hi
    Is group id same too :-?

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    That reminds me of my prev remote backup using rman Q which I couldn't resolve...

    http://www.dbasupport.com/forums/sho...threadid=25361

    Any inputs will help.

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    but your was windows :-?

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    Yes. But why is the access denied even after mapping.
    What's wrong here?
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    Originally posted by Tarry
    Yes. But why is the access denied even after mapping.
    What's wrong here?
    Have you try restarting the instance after you have mapped the remote drive in NT?

    I remember I have read somewhare that Oracle on NT/2000 recognise mapped drives only if they have allready been mapped at the time when the instance starts. I can't remember if it was regarding UTL_FILE destinations on mapped drives or something else, but you could give it a shoot.
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