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    rman

    Anybody knows how to create a recovery database using rman, I never have made it.
    I want to know all steps than I must to do.
    Thanks.

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    But First I must create a db call rmandb for example and later register my database??
    How rman knows what database I want to register??

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    Hi

    C:\>rman target sys/password@tsh1 rcvcat rman/rman@dba1 msglog 'C:\Oracle\Backup\TSH1\TSH1_Daily_Backup.log'

    Recovery Manager: Release 8.1.7.0.0 - Production

    RMAN-06005: connected to target database: TSH1 (DBID=955315395)
    RMAN-06008: connected to recovery catalog database

    RMAN> register database;

    while connected to the target database through recovery catalog you should explicity register the database in the recover catalog..

    http://www.oracle-base.com/Articles/8i/RecoveryManager(RMAN)8i.asp

    The article is by one of our members Tim Hall refer to his site..

    regards
    Hrishy

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    Its as simple as
    1. create a RMAN database sat RMANDB
    2. create a user for the RMANDB say RMANUSR
    3. grant connect,rescourse to RMANUSR
    4. grant recovery_catalog_owner to RMANUSR
    5. rman connect target sys/password
    6. rman> register database.

    Better still go through the Oracle Backup and Recovery Guide.

    Sam

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