RE: RMAN without a repository

Greetings,
 
Once upon a time when I had to do this oracle gave me a set of scripts
which would extract the actual files from the RMAN backup pieces.
Startup the database nomount, extract the controlfile, mount the
database and restore/recover away. It was kinda cool. THis was for 9i, I
don't know if it work for 10g. Probably not the best practice if you
might want to be able to recover very old backups but for this one
emergency it worked.
 
Thanks.
 

Bill Wagman
Univ. of California at Davis
IET Campus Data Center
wjwagman@xxxxxxxxxxx
(530) 754-6208 

 

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If I am making tape backups and I am using redundancy 4. How do I
restore older backups after the controlfile recycles? Or do I set
control_file_record_keep_time to a sufficiently large number?
 
do I have to write down the DBID and use that to restore an older copy? 

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