RMAN Duplication with set until time

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RMAN Duplication with set until time

Postby Sagar » Thu Sep 26, 2013 6:26 am

HI Tim

I want to refresh Database using rman HOT BACKUP
below is the backup
Sep 26 20:15 Data_PROD.bak
Sep 26 20:36 Data_PROD.bak
Sep 26 20:56 Data_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:11 Data_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:33 Data_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:33 CF_c-20130926-00_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:36 Arch_15518_1_Archterbu_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:37 Arch_15519_1_Archterbu_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:37 Arch_15520_1_Archterbu_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:40 Arch_15517_1_Archterbu_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:40 Arch_15514_1_Archterbu_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:40 Arch_15515_1_Archterbu_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:40 Arch_15516_1_Archterbu_PROD.bak
Sep 26 21:40 CF_c-20130926-01_PROD.bak

Now when i do refresh with auxiliary
which would be the ideal time to be given in set until time so that target database is automatically opened.

DB is connected to catalog while backup and refresh also
connect target sys/****@targetDB auxiliary /
connect catalog ***/****@catalog
run {
allocate auxiliary channel ch1 type disk;
allocate auxiliary channel ch2 type disk;
set until time "to_date('26-SEP-2013 21:33:00','DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS') +(1/24/60)"; -- first control file backup

set until time "to_date('26-SEP-2013 21:39:00','DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS') -(1/24/60)"; -- last control file backup

duplicate target database to XXXX nofilenamecheck;
release channel ch1;
release channel ch2;
}

Regards
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Re: RMAN Duplication with set until time

Postby Tim... » Thu Sep 26, 2013 6:04 pm

Hi.

It's a hot backup, so you will be applying archived redo logs to make it consistent. Pick a point in time you want to recover to, or recovery to the current time if you have all the necessary archived redo logs. I can't look at the files and pick a time for you. :)

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