RE: rman centralized backup server

To be honest - I couldn't just go with the latest version - even with =
different versions of the RMAN catalog. =20

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From: Freeman Robert - IL [mailto:FREEMANR@xxxxxxxx]
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To: 'Spears, Brian '; Stankus, Paula G
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Subject: RE: rman centralized backup server


I agree with this approach 100%... always have the catalog at the =
highest
version level of RMAN that you are operating. Of course, when installing =
new
Oracle versioins, check the DOC's to make sure this still applies.

RF


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Subject: RE: rman centralized backup server

That combat ability matrix will give anyone a head ache. Rman Catalog
highest of any database I found was much easier  and safer to manage-
especially when you may have other people taking over the maintenance of
it.

Brian

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Subject: Re: rman centralized backup server


Hi Paula,
You can certainly use the (8i/9i?) database on your Solaris server =
to=3D20
house a 10G RMAN catalog, the database version used to house the catalog

is largely irrelevant. What IS relevant is that you have a version of
RMAN=3D20
catalog that is compatible with the RMAN binary you are using on =
the=3D20
target database (which usually means the CATALOG must be at least the
same=3D20
version as the executable).

Whether you can use the same catalog to house 8i/9i/10g databases I am
not=3D20
sure, you'll have to check compatability for that but I have =
combined=3D20
8i/9i databases in a 9i catalog with no problem.

Regards

Graeme




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Guys,

In order to manage and provide easier d/r for the oracle infrastructure
=3D3D I have setup a centralized rman catalog and for redundancy another
copy =3D3D of the same.  Here is my concern:

We are going to be installing a new instance of 10G on Linux.  I =3D3D
currently have my centralized RMAN running on Solaris - could I backup =
=3D
=3D3D
the 10G databases on Linux with RMAN on Solaris - would I need to have =
=3D
=3D3D
10G RMAN on Solaris to make that happen?

Thanks,
Paula
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