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    RMAN hotline backup

    HI
    iam new to RMAN. i like to take hotline backup with controfile ,archive logs file and restore the DB in some other host (Host A to host B) using RMAN. is there any procedure or script available?

    Thanks
    sarov

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    Thanks Tim

    Sarov

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    Re: RMAN hotline backup

    Originally posted by sarovb
    HI
    iam new to RMAN. i like to take hotline backup with controfile ,archive logs file and restore the DB in some other host (Host A to host B) using RMAN. is there any procedure or script available?

    Thanks
    sarov
    May be you meant hotbackup or online backup.
    Sanjay G.
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    Question

    which the difference between hotbackup and online backup?
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    sanjay
    i mean online backup using RMAN (datafiles,control file ,archive logs & spfile).

    Why RMAN not taking redo log file backup?

    thanks
    Sarov

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    RMAN never backs up online redo files because it is unnecessary.
    Sanjay G.
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