Cold/hot backup scripts for Oracle 8 on NT 
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 Cold/hot backup scripts for Oracle 8 on NT

Today, however, I was told in an off-the-cuff manner I need to have an
application in production in the first week of January on Oracle 8 on NT.
My experience to date has been with unix and using the unix
script(originally Oracle and modified to meet our environment). I have no
experience with NT backup and recovery.

Does anyone use RMAN(Recovery Manager)on your small NT applications. If so,
how is it? If not, what to do you use for backups? Do you have a script for
cold/hot backups with the shutdown/startup etc to run on NT for Oracle 8?
Does the script include  redo logs and archiving of these logs?

Any ideas where I can get one. Initially I'll use export/import but this
won't do for a new application in production.

From what I hear -- and including the instructor in a backup and recovery
class --most people feel RMAN is not worth the effort. There seemed to be
an awful lot of administration for RMAN.

Thanks for any information you can provide..

DAvid Spaisman



Tue, 05 Jun 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 Cold/hot backup scripts for Oracle 8 on NT

Hi David:

If you're new to NT, you may find the site below useful.

Good luck,

--
David C. Sisk
The Unofficial ORACLE on NT site
http://www.ipass.net/~davesisk/oont.htm

Quote:

>Today, however, I was told in an off-the-cuff manner I need to have an
>application in production in the first week of January on Oracle 8 on NT.
>My experience to date has been with unix and using the unix
>script(originally Oracle and modified to meet our environment). I have no
>experience with NT backup and recovery.

>Does anyone use RMAN(Recovery Manager)on your small NT applications. If so,
>how is it? If not, what to do you use for backups? Do you have a script for
>cold/hot backups with the shutdown/startup etc to run on NT for Oracle 8?
>Does the script include  redo logs and archiving of these logs?

>Any ideas where I can get one. Initially I'll use export/import but this
>won't do for a new application in production.

>From what I hear -- and including the instructor in a backup and recovery
>class --most people feel RMAN is not worth the effort. There seemed to be
>an awful lot of administration for RMAN.

>Thanks for any information you can provide..

>DAvid Spaisman



Fri, 08 Jun 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 
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