Re: block change tracking?

I've been turning Block Change Tracking on for various databases this year
with very good result.  As it typically lowers incremental backup times by
90% for the DB I've tried so far, it is very helpful, especially where
night-time backups cause a problem (virtual machines or any machines with
high batch loads or with night-owls at work).

Warning: if you clone a database to the same machine, make sure to turn off
BCT, else you'll have two DB pointing at the same BCT file.  Anyone know
what might happen with a cloned DB trying to overwrite a BCT file?

Cheers, Wayne

On Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 4:17 PM, <TESTAJ3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote, in part:
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> Anyone using it successfully?  I see a blog:
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> http://sai-oracle.blogspot.com/2010/09/beware-of-data-loss-in-bct-based-rman.html
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> but it read only as an issue with standby databases?
>

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