Re: Change block tracking and corruption detection in 10g

This does not necessarily defeat the purpose of the block change tracking
file.

The change file is used to speed up backups.  If there is some reason to
suspect
database corruption (say, following a disk failure) you probably want to do
a full scan.

What I do care about is running a backup, finding out there are bad blocks,
fixing the problem and then running another backup.

The backup window gets rather crowded at times.

This is dependent on several things, such as your backup system,
and the size of the database.

Jared



On 11/14/06, Allen, Brandon <Brandon.Allen@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

 Yes, but then you're running a full scan on your database, which defeats
the purpose of using the block change tracking file.


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This can be used to check for corruptions

run {
    allocate channel d1 type disk;
    allocate channel d2 type disk;
    backup check logical validate database;
    release channel d1;
    release channel d2;
}


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