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    Question How to back-up a file under DB Oracle

    Hallo to everybody

    I would like to know how to back-up a file under a DB Oracle System that reaches the percentage of 100% usage.

    Many thanks, Tommaso.

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    Re: How to back-up a file under DB Oracle

    Originally posted by agave
    Hallo to everybody

    I would like to know how to back-up a file under a DB Oracle System that reaches the percentage of 100% usage.

    Many thanks, Tommaso.
    Have you thought about buying a new raid volume?
    Have you thought about backing up to tape?

    Why does a device being nearly full stop you from backing up your database?
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    Re: How to back-up a file under DB Oracle

    Originally posted by agave
    Hallo to everybody

    I would like to know how to back-up a file under a DB Oracle System that reaches the percentage of 100% usage.

    Many thanks, Tommaso.
    Weither you are referring to a file system level(O.S.) or a tablespace/datafiles(Oracle DB), the backup procedures will be basically the same. The question is, what available backup procedures can you apply in your database. And that I think may lead you to read documents about backup and recovery for Oracle DB.

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