Re: RMAN book

List,
> If you mean Robert Freeman's great book Oracle9i RMAN Backup &
> Recovery, I would heartily agree. I haven't heard that RMAN changed
> much between 9i and 10g, so this book is probably still very current.

I would like to amend my suggestion. I still feel Robert's book is
great for learning RMAN. However, someone pointed out that if you are
on 10g, there are some changes that you should be aware of. So, if you
are on 10g, in addition to Robert's book, you should also get "Oracle
Database 10g Insider Solutions" by John Kanagaraj. He devotes a
chapter to RMAN. John participates on this list.

Dennis Williams
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