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    Question rman scripts

    Hi, We have been doing hot backups (begin/end) and would like to start using RMAN. I looked at the OTN dcs and found them not too usefull. Not that many good examples. Do you know of a website that has many sample rman scripts (Linux) and documentation guides that I can use and reference ? Thank you.

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    Pablo (Paul) Berzukov

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    how about google? It has hundreds of ready made scripts available for Linux. You just need to tailer them little bit to fit into your environment.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by pascal01 View Post
    Hi, We have been doing hot backups (begin/end) and would like to start using RMAN. I looked at the OTN dcs and found them not too usefull. Not that many good examples. Do you know of a website that has many sample rman scripts (Linux) and documentation guides that I can use and reference ? Thank you.
    The rman scripts in the manuals and OTN documents seem simple and they are (as should be).

    The trick with rman is to set up a "good" configuration and then your scripts become as easy as one (or a few) lines of code, just as in the manuals and OTN examples.

    Good luck!
    "The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it." --Chinese Proverb

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