- From: "LS Cheng" <exriscer@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: charlottejanehammond@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 5 May 2006 21:31:37 +0200
RMAN is very a mature product. It was already very good at 9i as you noticed and excellent in 10g.
However your strategy might not suit very well in 10g and using a flash recovery area because in order for Oracle to free the flash recovery area you must send your RMAN backups to tape using RMAN command, i.e backup recovery area otherwise your flash recovery area will simply fill up.
On 4/26/06, Charlotte Hammond <charlottejanehammond@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
My sysadmin's been trying to get my opinion on the Yosemite backup agent for Oracle:
I can't find much on the site to tell me why I might want to use this (eg instead of RMAN). I know you can download a trial but I don't want to go to much effort for something that I don't even really know what it's for. Does anyone use this product? If so, what does it provide?
We're currently in a 9i/10g environment with RMAN to disk (later non-RMAN to tape as part of a normal filesystem backup) as the backup configuration.
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