Resynchronize a duplicated remote database using RMAN backups

This post is about re-synchronized a duplicated database: the source database is PROD@vsi08 server and the target database will have the same SID, but located @vsi10 server. All the steps to set up a duplicated database are already explained in this previous post. Let’s duplicate for the first time our target database PROD located on […]

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Restore from a loss of all current control files to a non default location using a backup piece

This post is about the steps which use restore from a loss of all current control files to a non-default location using a backup piece. First of all just create a location outside the flash recovery area where to save the backup piece containing the current control file:    

Now it’s time to create […]

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Perform a time-based incomplete recovery

Every incomplete recovery is followed by a resetlogs command before opening the database: each time you use a resetlogs command, a new incarnation of the database is created. While performing incomplete recovery it should be known the target point at which the recovery process needs to terminate: there are several ways to establish and set […]

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Duplicate a database on the same host

This post explains the steps which are used for RMAN: how to duplicate a database on the same host. We need to duplicate a database. There are many possibilities to complete this task and I choose to use RMAN and its commands: in particular, I decided (to be honest it was just a poor notebook configuration […]

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Recover from a loss of all redo log members of the CURRENT group

The most crucial and vital structure for recovery operations is the online redo log, which consists of two or more pre-allocated files that store all changes made to the database as they occur. Every instance of an Oracle database has an associated online redo log to protect the database in case of an instance failure. […]

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Recover from a loss of all redo log members of an ACTIVE group

In the last post, we have learned about multiple kinds of a recovery scenario. Now in this article, we are going to learn about the steps which are used How to recover from a loss of all redo log members of an ACTIVE group.  As we all know what is active group ACTIVE status means that there are […]

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Recover from a loss of all redo log members of an INACTIVE group

We all know that redo log has three kinds of a group like active, inactive, current. They all have different use and as well as different meaning.Let’s simulate a loss of all redo log members of an inactive group. If you have completely lost one redo log group your database won’t be able to open. […]

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