Re: Easy way to copy databases when using RMAN?

Hand, Michael T wrote:

> The following is from 8/8i.  Don't know of things have changed in 9i and
> have no database to test against.
<snip>
Like Ruth mentioned, the NID utility can change both the db name and 
dbid --> 9i only though. It is simple to use.
In a pinch, you can tar and move a db + related software to a new box 
and use nid to rename/re-id it, then rman can be used successfully etc.

http://download-west.oracle.com/docs/cd/B10501_01/server.920/a96652/ch14.htm


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