Re: [Q] How many days to setup RMAN on UNIX server?

If you arent using tape, you dont need to relink oracle with libobk,
just configure channels to disk.

Dont see why it takes 5 days, rman can be pretty easy.

1. Make sure backups disks are available (pre install job)
2. Create a catalog db on another server (2 hours)
3. Configure RMAN (if you know what youa re doing 30 mins)
4. Backup database and test different restores - rest of the day

In my opinion if you need to go over the rman architecture then you
shouldnt be using it.  Learn how it works and then try to implement it
yourself


On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 08:37:45 -0800 (PST), dba1 mcc <mccdba1@xxxxxxxxx> wrot=
e:
> We plan to setup RMAN on out SUN Solaris server with
> ORACLE 9ir2 databases.
>=20
> We are NOT purchase ORACLE modules for Veritas
> NETBACKUP yet.  The implementation only RMAN backup to
> hard disks.
>=20
> We ask ORACLE provide us the price quote and ORACLE
> ask 5 days to implement.  Based on my experience setup
> RMAN should NOT more than two days.  Is ORACLE 5 days
> request reasonable?
>=20
> Following are ORACLE suggestion:
>=20
> 1. Engagement Kick-Off Meeting (=BD day)
>   a.   Team member introductions and role definition
>   b.   Review of engagement Objectives and Scope
>   c.   Overview of the RMAN architecture
>=20
> 2. Re-Link Oracle with the necessary libraries to
> support RMAN.
> This task may require several hours of downtime on the
> affected system.
>=20
> 3. Install or create the necessary RMAN scripts to
> backup and maintain RMAN backups in the customers=A1=A6
> environment.  Participants will be trained on these
> scripts and may participate in writing specialized
> scripts for their environment  (2 days)
>=20
> 4. Perform backup and recovery testing for common
> Recovery scenarios (3 days)
>=20
>=20
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