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Tuning RMAN Backup/Restore with Memory Settings

Introduction When RMAN does database backup, restore or recovery, RMAN client (rman command process) itself does not perform the operations. Instead it directs database server sessions to do the tasks. One database session corresponds to one RMAN channel that represents one stream of data to a device, disk or tape. The channel reads data into … Continue reading

Check Syntax with RMAN Script

As of 11gR2, Oracle RMAN does not have “exit on error” capability. This cause some problems when you run rman tasks through scripts. Below is a real-life example of such problem. A rman cloning shell script dynamically generates a rman script to do database restore and recovery. The generated rman script looks like this: run … Continue reading