'/oradb_2/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log1c.dbf' to '/oradb_2/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log2c.dbf' to allocated channel: ORA_DISK_1 run { 228 229 1 1 AVAILABLE DISK G:\RMAN\BACKUPS\CNTRL_7DK86EMG_237_1. allocate channel t1 type sbt_tape; <..cropped..> set until time "to_date('08-nov-10 16:23:27','dd-mon-yy hh24:mi:ss')"; SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 15 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\BLOBS04.DBF'; Oh, I also had to recreate TEMP files. RMAN> set controlfile autobackup format for device type disk to '/u01/app/oracle/oradata; RMAN> restore controlfile from autobackup; We can also restore the controlfile as below. SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE '/data02/PROD/sysdbfiles/system01PROD.dbf'. Total System Global Area 3154116608 bytes Fixed Size 2043904 bytes Variable Size 637538304 bytes Database Buffers 2499805184 bytes Redo Buffers 14729216 bytes SQL> alter database open resetlogs; Database altered. connected to target database (not started). '/uatdb/app/oradata/log1c.dbf'; alter database rename file The generate_datafiles.sql script accepts a parameter which is the target database name. (LogOut/ (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Thanks for reading till end. RMAN> ALTER DATABASE MOUNT; Enter password: Connected to an idle instance. SQL> STARTUP UPGRADE RMAN> restore controlfile from connected to target database (not started) RMAN> @rman_recovery.rcv Note: At this stage, we can continue to recover the database and keep it in sync with the source production database by manually applying the archive log files which are copied from the production server to the log archive destination of the test database on the target server. 3724387482. diagnostic_dest init.ora parameter, ORA-48140: the specified ADR Base (Y/[N]) => Y Proceeding with operation Changing database ID from 4031762323 to 2271553224 Changing database name from PRD22 to DEVE72 Control File /u03/oradata/DEVE72/control1.ctl - modified Control File /u04/oradata/DEVE72/control2.ctl - modified Control File /u05/oradata/DEVE72/control3.ctl - modified Datafile /u03/oradata/DEVE72/system01.dbf - dbid changed, wrote new name Datafile /u03/oradata/DEVE72/undotbs01.dbf - dbid changed, wrote new name Datafile /u03/oradata/DEVE72/sysaux01.dbf - dbid changed, wrote new name Datafile /u03/oradata/DEVE72/users01.dbf - dbid changed, wrote new name Datafile /u03/oradata/DEVE72/COGNOSPAD_CLOB01.dbf - dbid changed, wrote new name Datafile /u03/oradata/DEVE72/temp01.dbf - dbid changed, wrote new name Control File /u03/oradata/DEVE72/control1.ctl - dbid changed, wrote new name Control File /u04/oradata/DEVE72/control2.ctl - dbid changed, wrote new name Control File /u05/oradata/DEVE72/control3.ctl - dbid changed, wrote new name Instance shut down Database name changed to DEVE72. SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 1 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\SYSTEM01.DBF'; A SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 12 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\USERS03.DBF'; SQL> startup mount ORACLE instance started. Else RMAN may overwrite the current datafiles. Delete the database data files, redo log files and control files Note: **Ensure we are connected to the right server and are in the appropriate directory location** [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ hostname DEVE72 [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ pwd /u03/oradata/DEVE72 [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ rm *.dbf [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ cd /u04/oradata/DEVE72 [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ ls control2.ctl redo01a.log redo02a.log redo03a.log [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ rm *.ctl [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ rm *.log [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ cd /u05/oradata/DEVE72 [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ ls control3.ctl redo01b.log redo02b.log redo03b.log Copy the current init.ora parameter file of the DEVE72 database and create a parameter file with the name of the source production database (PRD22) [oracle@DEVE72 ~]$ cd $ORACLE_HOME/dbs [oracle@DEVE72 dbs]$ pwd /u01/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/db_1/dbs [oracle@DEVE72 dbs]$ cp initDEVE72.ora initprd22.ora Make the following changes to the initprd22.ora *.db_name='prd22' Set the environment to reflect the source production database and start the instance in NOMOUNT mode [oracle@DEVE72 dbs]$ export ORACLE_SID=prd22 [oracle@DEVE72 dbs]$ sqlplus sys as sysdba SQL*Plus: Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production on Mon Jun 21 12:58:32 2010 Copyright (c) 1982, 2007, Oracle. Running autoconfig on application Tier: [ERROR]: The value of s_patch_service_name is not set correctly in atleast one of the context files. I intend to work more on RMAN over the next few days and I would like to share my knowledge with everyone.

ALTER DATABASE DEFAULT TEMPORARY $INST_TOP/ora/10.1.2/forms/server, /uatapp/app/applascp/apps_st/custom/TJTG/12.0.0, TJTG_TOP=/GSTAPP/app/appluat/apps_st/custom/TJTG/12.0.0, export This was because the time mentioned includes the synch time after archive was backed up . $ORACLE_HOME/bin/rman log=refresh_restore_rman_${log_dt}.log < startup nomount pfile='/backup01/TEST/initorcl.ora'; --- Just like theSPFILEwe will use the autobackup to restore the control file after setting the control file autobackup format. (y/n), RC-00217: Warning: Configuration home directory output filename=E:\PTC\WINDCHILL_9.0\OCU\ORADATA\WIND9\CONTROL01_WIND9.CTL But since the requirement is to restore the datafiles to a different location than what is in the Production, I use SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE command. Your comments are welcome. { My client tests his tape backup quarterly for its propriety. I got the issue below wh RMAN-08137: WARNING: archived log not deleted, needed for standby or upstream capture process RMAN-08137: WARNING: archived log not dele How to Clear Apache Cache (Oracle EBS General) Steps to Clear Apache Cache Step - 1 Navigate to Functional Administrator responsib txkGenADOPWrapper.pl INSTE8_APPLY 1 AutoConfig is exiting with status 1 - Autoconfig Error: ORA-01422 During cloning when running a https://sajidoracledba.blogspot.in/2017/09/refresh-test-dev-oracle-database-from-production-rman-backup.html, Refresh TEST/DEV Database from Production RMAN backup.

Its actually cloning the database from PROD(SOURCE) to TEST(target) using RMAN backup pieces taken on source, Please follow the following steps outlined below. next time instead of restoring the database. The restore in itself is simple. K gd I shall remember your advice on keeping my posts short (and sweet!). 229 B F A DISK 24-FEB-09 1 1 NO TAG20090224T182832 Change the database name using nid We will now shutdown the database and then mount it. Obtain the name of the current tempfile - SQL> select name from v$tempfile; NAME -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- /u03/oradata/prd22/temp01.dbf Drop the tempfile- SQL> ALTER DATABASE TEMPFILE '/u03/oradata/prd22/temp01.dbf' drop including datafiles; Database altered. Key TY LV S Device Type Completion Time #Pieces #Copies Compressed Tag The assumption here is that the required RMAN production backup has already been either copied from the production database via scp or has been restored from tape or has been placed in an NFS shared location which is accessible from both machines. Target System Web Entry Point Services [enabled] : Target System Web Application Services [enabled] : Target System Batch Processing Services [enabled] : Do you want to preserve the Display [tjpsb005:1.0] channel ORA_DISK_1: restoring control file I will need to upgrade the DB before I can open the DB. Once copy completes, Run the following script to list the backup pieces available: Register all the copied backup pieces in the controlfile. In this example, we are refreshing the DEVE72 database from a backup taken of the PRD22 database. SQL> SPOOL D:\VIKRAM\RMAN\UPGRADE_VS.LOG set SID AS per RMAN backup(In BP Key BS Key Pc# Cp# Status Device Type Piece Name NEWNAME clause: Also update redo log file in Hi, Delivered by Oracle DBA and APPS DBA Blog. ", Clock change: Change to Daylight Savings Time (in the Spring), Closed days not excluded from loan period calculation, View article in the Exlibris Knowledge Center, Copyright 2022 Ex Libris Knowledge Center. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Starting restore at 06-MAR-09 Change), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Database has been shutdown, open database with RESETLOGS option. released channel: ORA_DISK_1. SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 2 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\UNDOTBS01.DBF'; RMAN> run{ exist, Linux-x86_64 Error: 2: No such file or

bin]$ perl adcfgclone.pl appsTier, Log file located at SQL> @generate_datafiles DEVE72 It will create a file rename_datafiles.lst . controlfile. Add a new tempfile for the refreshed database in the appropriate location- SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE temp ADD TEMPFILE '/u03/oradata/DEVE72/temp01.dbf' size 2G; Tablespace altered. 4. Continuously error message are coming in al Basically a utoconfig is tool to reconfigure your Oracle Application configuration files using context (XML file) and template files. archivelog,controlfile and spfile. but finally recovery failed because for the time 16:26:43 arch file upto 56 are needed but arch backup was done till 55. 17.- Change ORACLE_SID in Feel free to correct me anywhere I am wrong. Here we will restore oracle database from backup to another server and do thedatabase clone from rman hot backup. Share your experience in the comments box and subscribe for more interesting post. channel ORA_DISK_1: restore complete, elapsed time: 00:00:07 alter database rename file All previous backups and archived redo logs for this database are unusable. The client takes a level 0 (full) backup of DB every day. Database ID for database DEVE72 changed to 2271553224. Here is what I did: Connect to SQL*Plus Wipe oracle database files and archivelogs.3. Copy all the backup piecies (datafile,controlfile and spfile) of source(PROD) database to target(TEST) server using scp. using "nid" command, startup nomount pfile='/uatdb/app/oraascp/db/11.2.0/dbs/initTJTG.ora'. Can anyone let me know the reason for the same. environment file and start database with reset logs: (change db name from TJTG TO new named I hope this will help you more to improve your knowledge.Now it's your turn!What do you think? ID. Generate redo log file rename script While in directory /u02/backup/{DB_NAME}, connect as sys as sysdba via SQL*PLUS session and run the generate_logfiles.sql script. [oracle@DEVE72 dbs]$ nid target=sys dbname=DEVE72 DBNEWID: Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production on Fri Jun 18 13:55:14 2010 Copyright (c) 1982, 2007, Oracle. We will then run the nid utility to change the database name we need to provide the appropriate password for the user SYS and the new value we want for the database name. connect catalog $connstr di, Do you want the the target system to have the same Resolve: kkjcre1p unable to spawn jobq slave process, slot 0, error 1089 in oracle database. All of the RMAN configuration parameters values are at their defaults so we will need to set the location for the control file autobackup. (LogOut/ }. Modify parameter file and generate a new password file before restarting. '/uatdb/app/oradata/temp002.dbf' size 4000M, ORA-01119: error in creating database file logs for this database are unusable. SQL> @?/rdbms/admin/utlrp.sql We will be recovering the database until this particular sequence number. @ L M E F SQL "ALTER DATABASE RENAME FILE ''E:\WIND9\ORADATA\WIND9\REDO01.LOG'' TO ''E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\REDO01.LOG'' "; All previous backups and archived redo switch datafile all; password file before restarting. <..cropped..>. file using rman.. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------, /data04/PROD/datafiles/apps_ts_tools01.dbf.

document.getElementById( "ak_js_1" ).setAttribute( "value", ( new Date() ).getTime() ); Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), RMAN Restore from Production to Test Scenario, Missing Redo Logs - Scenario Oracle Blog. List of Backups RMAN>sql alter database open resetlogs; Now we need to check the redo log file location if it dont match then we will rename it as below. bjbjmm . f7 d h h h h | i Z 2 i i i i i j j j $ h j j j j j i i =~ =~ =~ j J i i =~ j =~ =~ : , i i n h x % Note: We will now set the environment to the target database (until this stage, for example, ORACLE_SID had been set to the production database value) [oracle@DEVE72 backup] export ORACLE_SID=DEVE72 [oracle@DEVE72 backup]$ sqlplus sys as sysdba SQL*Plus: Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production on Mon Jun 21 14:12:00 2010 Copyright (c) 1982, 2007, Oracle. Important RMAN commands for Oracle database. Finished restore at 06-MAR-09. If the restore is being done on the same server as where there is source, then this becomes necessary to let RMAN know that the new DB files need to be restored to a different location and the DB should be created using those new db files. set newname for datafile 10 to /oracle/data/; Else a proper backup strategy would have been useful. Caveat: This didnt list all the backuppieces to me. SERVER2(Location:/u01/backup/nsndb/). catalog backuppiece /backup01/rman_backup/ora_df_020412_21_14_NSNDB_1635_1'; IfSPFILEis stored in the control file autobackup. database with RESETLOGS option. At this stage we will change the passwords if required for the SYS and SYSTEM or any other database accounts. (LogOut/

The contents of this file will be like this: SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 1 TO '/u03/oradata/DEVE72/system01.dbf'; SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 2 TO '/u03/oradata/DEVE72/undotbs01.dbf'; SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 3 TO '/u03/oradata/DEVE72/sysaux01.dbf'; . SQL> conn /as sysdba All rights reserved. Advertiser Disclosure: 84:59 ora_pmon_DEVE72 [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ echo $ORACLE_SID DEVE72 [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ sqlplus sys as sysdba SQL*Plus: Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production on Thu Jun 17 15:36:22 2010 Copyright (c) 1982, 2007, Oracle. . % 5 ? Password: Connected to database PRD22 (DBID=4031762323) Connected to server version 10.2.0 Control Files in database: /u03/oradata/DEVE72/control1.ctl /u04/oradata/DEVE72/control2.ctl /u05/oradata/DEVE72/control3.ctl Change database ID and database name PRD22 to DEVE72? SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 16 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\WCAUDIT01.DBF'; SQL> alter database open resetlogs; Database altered. SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 6 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\INDX01.DBF'; SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 14 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\BLOBS03.DBF'; &. RMAN> RESTORE CONTROLFILE FROM 'G:\RMAN\BACKUPS\CNTRL_7DK86EMG_237_1'; SQL> SPOOL OFF. Below is a scenario of RMAN restore from an old backup. RMAN> set controlfile autobackup format for device type disk to '/backup01/oracle/oradata/orcl/backup/%F'; RMAN> restore spfile to pfile '/backup01/TEST/initorcl.ora' from autobackup; Now that we have thePFILEwe need to edit the parameter to reflect the new hosts file system were appropriate. Please note source (PROD) is where the backup pieces are available. '/oradb/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log1a.dbf' to '/uatdb/app/oradata/log1a.dbf'; alter database rename file Look for the string "List of archived logs" RMAN > list backup of archivelog all List of Archived Logs in backup set 69 Thrd Seq Low SCN Low Time Next SCN Next Time ---- ------- ---------- --------- ---------- --------- 1 79 7970987 16-JUN-10 7973402 16-JUN-10 In this case, the last archivelog backed up belongs to sequence number 79. SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 4 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\USERS01.DBF'; SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 5 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\TOOLS01.DBF'; All Rights Reserved. Each quarter the tape contents are dumped onto the disk on the Test server and a new Test instance is created. Enter password: Connected to: Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 10.2.0.4.0 - 64bit Production With the Partitioning, OLAP, Data Mining and Real Application Testing options SQL> shutdown immediate Database closed. Enter password: Connected to an idle instance. TechnologyAdvice does not include all companies or all types of products available in the marketplace. So in this case it will be 79+1 or 80 Create the following files in the location /u02/backup/{DB_NAME} vi rman_head RUN { # allocate a channel to the tape device ALLOCATE CHANNEL d1 DEVICE TYPE disk; # rename the datafiles and online redo logs vi rman_tail # Do a SET UNTIL to prevent recovery of the online logs SET UNTIL SEQUENCE 80; # restore the database and switch the datafile names RESTORE DATABASE; SWITCH DATAFILE ALL; # recover the database RECOVER DATABASE; } vi generate_datafiles.sql set head off pages 0 feed off echo off verify off set lines 200 spool rename_datafiles.lst select 'SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE ' || FILE# || ' TO ''' || '/u03/oradata/&1/' || substr(name,instr(name,'/',-1)+1) || ''';' from v$datafile; spool off exit; vi generate_logfiles.sql set head off pages 0 feed off echo off spool rename_logfiles.lst SELECT 'SQL "ALTER DATABASE RENAME FILE '''''|| MEMBER ||'''''' ||chr(10)||'to ''''' || member || '''''" ;' FROM V$LOGFILE; exit Generate data file rename script While in directory /u02/backup/{DB_NAME}, connect as sys as sysdba via SQL*PLUS session and run the generate_datafiles.sql script. SQL> alter database rename file /data03/TEST/logfiles/redo01PROD.log to /data01/TEST/logfiles/redo01PROD.log; SQL> alter database rename file /data03/TEST/logfiles/redo02PROD.log to /data01/TEST/logfiles/redo01PROD.log; SQL> alter database rename file /data03/TEST/logfiles/redo03PROD.log to /data01/TEST/logfiles/redo01PROD.log; SQL>ALTER TABLESPACE TEMP ADD TEMPFILE '/data01/TEST/temp00.dbf' size 500m; SQL>ALTER TABLESPACE TEMP ADD TEMPFILE '/data01/TEST/temp01.dbf' size 500m; SQL>ALTER TABLESPACE TEMP ADD TEMPFILE '/data01/TEST/temp02.dbf' size 500m; SQL>ALTER TABLESPACE TEMP ADD TEMPFILE '/data01/TEST/temp03.dbf' size 500m; SQL>ALTER TABLESPACE TEMP ADD TEMPFILE '/data01/TEST/temp04.dbf' size 500m; SQL>ALTER TABLESPACE TEMP ADD TEMPFILE '/data01/TEST/temp01.dbf' size 500m reuse; https://sajidoracledba.blogspot.com/2019/09/12c-multitenant-container-and-pluggable-RMAN-Backup.html. SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE TEMP ADD TEMPFILE 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\TEMP01.dbf' size 500M; Below is an additional issue I had seen while doing this refresh and this error should not arise to anyone doing this task under already specified conditions. Backup PROD and Restore to TEST using RMAN, https://asktom.oracle.com/pls/apex/aa-new-database, Feedback and Questions regarding the forums, If this is your first visit, be sure to '/uatdb/app/oradata/log1b.dbf'; alter database rename file The easiest way is to look at the RMAN log file for that days backup. We're planning on shutting off access to our production server over the Christmas weekend, and would like to have an updated version of the database on our test server to use during the downtime.Resolution:Eyal says about this: "Yes, as long as the location/path of the datafiles + the DB name is that same, this is the correct way. That will contain all the Backuppiece names for that backup. 224 225 1 1 AVAILABLE DISK G:\RMAN\BACKUPS\B_79K86EES_233_1 Apologies for the late response. This error was because the restore was happening, in my case, between two different DB versions. Target System Database Domain Name [ebs.in] : Target System Base Directory : /uatapp/app/applascp, Target System Tools ORACLE_HOME Directory

Since the DB is small, a level 0 backup suits us well. This fixed the issue. I had all the backup pieces for that days RMAN backup. SERVER2 is different from SERVER1, so we have to use catalog command to. i changed the set until time (to the time when arch backup was completed excluding synch time) and recovered the database. /uatapp/app/applascp/tech_st/10.1.3, Target System APPL_TOP Directory In order to let RMAN know about the backup in'/backup01/rman_backup' backupwe use theCATALOG command. SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 10 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\SADBAMD01.DBF'; For " oracle refresh test database fr Root Cause: - This situation occurs while we fire shutdown immediate in oracle database.

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RMAN it is TJTG). Restore backup files using typical RMAN procedure for database recovery.Would that work? Confirm the tape dump contains all the required backup pieces.

after restore switch datafile all has also been executed successfully. Status code and Phase code for Concurrent requests, Sql query to find all scheduled concurrent requests.

Since this is a quarterly task and had been done many times before I was sure the documentation that was already in place was sufficient. This was the unforeseen issue I was referring to at the beginning of my post. In this post I will explain how to refresh test/dev [ERROR]: The value of s_patch_service_name is not set correctly in atleast one of the context files.

TJTG_TOP=/uatapp/app/applascp/apps_st/custom/TJTG/12.0.0. Hence the ALTER DATABASE RENAME FILE command. Database ID for database ASR changed to Connect to RMAN and restore the backup controlfile from the backuppiece. The restore is complete. - - - I needed to begin the restore. DBNEWID - Completed succesfully. Shutdown oracle on test server.2. Succesfully changed database name and '/uatdb/app/oradata/log2b.dbf'; alter database rename file '/oradb_1/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log1b.dbf' to 225 B F A DISK 24-FEB-09 1 1 NO TAG20090224T180002 size 4000M; create TEMPORARY TABLESPACE TEMP3 TEMPFILE and datafiles; > - Change database name The SET NEWNAME command is used to redirect the RMAN utility to restore the datafiles to a location pointed to. All rights reserved. SQL> startup nomount pfile=$ORACLE_HOME/dbs/initprd22.ora ORACLE instance started. as ASR). release channel t1; check out the. =============== SQL "ALTER DATABASE RENAME FILE ''E:\WIND9\ORADATA\WIND9\REDO03.LOG'' TO ''E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\REDO03.LOG'' ";

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Take backup of PROD with recover database; How to automate/schedule shell script for rman backup in oracle database through crontab. 2. Prepare the RMAN restore and recover database script [oracle@DEVE72 DEVE72]$ cat rman_head rename_datafiles.lst rename_logfiles.lst rman_tail > rman_recovery.rcv Connect to the target database via RMAN and execute the rman_recovery.rcv script [oracle@DEVE72 dbs]$ rman target / Recovery Manager: Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production on Mon Jun 21 13:04:04 2010 Copyright (c) 1982, 2007, Oracle. /uatapp/app/applascp/apps_st/comn/clone/bin/CloneConte. BP Key BS Key Pc# Cp# Status Device Type Piece Name

Pls follow the below mentioned steps to do so. 1. RMAN> list backuppiece tag='TAG20090224T182832'; List of Backup Pieces }. SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 9 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\UNDOTBS02.DBF'; oracle database from production backup . Then you may not want to live in your own skin! I have restored the database with set new name option. After restoring the control files we mount the database.

Steps to configure Manual Data Guard Oracle 11g Steps to configure Oracle 11g Data Guard Physical Getting started with RMAN Overview of RMAN, Star Online Move Datafiles in Oracle 12c R1 without get How to relocate/move oracle datafiles in Oracle 11g. SQL> SHUT IMMEDIATE Provide the values required for creation of the new - channel ORA_DISK_1: sid=212 devtype=DISK SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 7 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\INDX02.DBF'; Description:I was wanting to know if I can use the RMAN recovery procedure to clone our production database to our test server?This is the general procedure I'm suggesting:1. [/uatapp/app/applascp/apps/apps_st/comn] : /uatapp/app/applascp/apps_st/comn, Target System Instance Home Directory In this post we will discussedhow to restore oracle database using rman. How to run Autoconfig On DB Tier and Apps Tier on R12. SQL "ALTER DATABASE RENAME FILE ''E:\WIND9\ORADATA\WIND9\REDO02.LOG'' TO ''E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\REDO02.LOG'' "; You may do this in many ways. directory, [applascp@TJPSB008 Change), You are commenting using your Twitter account. The comment lay in my spam queue. RMAN-08137: WARNING: archived log not deleted, needed for standby or upstream capture process, How to Clear Apache Cache (Oracle EBS General), txkGenADOPWrapper.pl INSTE8_APPLY 1 AutoConfig is exiting with status 1 - Autoconfig Error: ORA-01422. The backuppieces with Archives are not listed here and I am not sure (yet) how to do it. There definitely should be a way to query all the backuppieces that were generated for a days backup. good article but have you ever looked into the RMAN catalog after you recover your test database? Mount the Database using the restored controlfile. For Test/Development database refresh we will All Rights Reserved. Below are some rman commands which will help to manage Backup and Recovery. RMAN>startup nomount pfile='/uatdb/app/oraascp/db/11.2.0/dbs/initTJTG.ora'; connected to target database: Additionally, you may also query the RMAN repository in the below fashion. controlfile on SERVER2: /oradb/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log1a.dbf, /oradb_1/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log1b.dbf, /oradb_2/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log1c.dbf, /oradb/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log2a.dbf, /oradb_1/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log2b.dbf, /oradb_2/oracle/product/TJTG/db/apps_st/data/log2c.dbf. Else RMAN will restore the files to the same location (or directory path) of Production DB file locations. List of Files Which Where Not Cataloged ======================================= File Name: /u02/backup/DEVE72/c-2263349373-20100419-00 RMAN-07518: Reason: Foreign database file DBID: 2263349373 Database Name: DEVE72 Note ignore any errors reported for files that are not cataloged Determine the last archivelog sequence included in the backup. SET NEWNAME FOR DATAFILE 3 TO 'E:\ptc\Windchill_9.0\ocu\ORADATA\WIND9\SYSAUX01.DBF'; If you are facing warning regarding upgrade java . We can do this via SQL*PLUS connected as SYS by issuing the command RECOVER DATABASE UNTIL CANCEL USING BACKUP CONTROLFILE When there are no more archive log files to apply, we enter CANCEL Open the database with RESETLOGS After the RMAN script has successfully run and recovered the database until the last archive log sequence, we will now open the database using the ALTER DATABASE OPEN RESETLOGS command executed either via RMAN or from SQL*PLUS connected as SYS. This is very important. output filename=E:\PTC\WINDCHILL_9.0\OCU\ORADATA\WIND9\CONTROL03_WIND9.CTL - - - output filename=E:\PTC\WINDCHILL_9.0\OCU\ORADATA\WIND9\CONTROL02_WIND9.CTL j j j Z j j j j 6 V V L ^ Test/Development Database Refresh From Production Procedure The following note describes the generic procedure to be followed to refresh a Energy Test or Development environment database from a Energy production database backup. Ensure the above Pieces are available in the tape dump. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Thanks for reading through my post. (/backup01. This is my very first experience with RMAN. : n, http://tjpsb008.ebs.in:8061/OA_HTML/AppsLogin, 1)In R12 go to rman 18c database oracledbwr masking 12c poc
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