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Best Practices for Oracle 11g Backup and Recovery using Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) and Dell EqualLogic Snapshots

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This paper presents frequently used approaches for performing backup/recovery of Oracle databases. We show how you can use Dell EqualLogic snapshots to complement Oracle RMAN and FLASHBACK DATABASE features to achieve better recovery time and recovery point objectives.


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  • Recover Oracle using an Offline Backup with RMAN

    Before you can restore your database using RMAN, the following needs to be properly in place (this assumes a full system loss):

    * The operating system must be installed

    * The Oracle software must be installed

    * The RMAN backup files must be available

    * You must create the file systems that the database files will be restored to.

    Once these pieces are in place you can restore your database. In the event of a full system loss you will need to replace:

    * The SPFILE

    * The Control File

    * The database datafiles

    If the SPFILE or control file is intact, you will not need to replace that component. The following sections walk you through each restore step. We assume you have followed the backup procedures earlier in this chapter, including the automated backup of SPFILES and control files.

    For more tutorials you can visit: oracle.filerepairtool.net/blog