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Although you can create the recovery catalog schema in the target database itself, Oracle recommends that you use a dedicated recovery catalog database, to secure the recovery catalog. This way, if the target database needs to be recovered, you ll have the necessary recovery data available in the recovery catalog.
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If you want to utilize the recovery catalog (instead of the default method of using the control file) to store the RMAN metadata, you must first create it in the recovery catalog owner s (rman) schema. First, connect to the catalog database in one of the two ways shown in the previous section. Next, use the CREATE CATALOG command, which will create the recovery catalog: RMAN> CREATE CATALOG; recovery catalog created RMAN> The CREATE CATALOG command creates the RMAN recovery catalog in the tablespace rman_tbsp, which you assigned as the default tablespace for the user rman. The DROP CATALOG command will remove the recovery catalog: RMAN> DROP CATALOG; Recovery catalog owner is RMAN Enter DROP CATALOG comamnd again to confirm catalog removal RMAN> DROP CATALOG; Recovery catalog dropped
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CHAPTER 15 BACKING UP DATABASES
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For RMAN to do its job, you need to register the target database you want to back up and recover. Registration means that a database is enrolled in the recovery catalog. Once you register the database, RMAN will automatically get all the relevant metadata pertaining to the target database and store it in its own schema. You don t need a separate recovery catalog for each of your Oracle databases; you can register all your databases in a single recovery catalog. To register a new database in the recovery catalog, first, connect to the target database: $ rman catalog rman/rman@nicko target nina Recovery Manager: Release 10.2.0.0.0 Beta on Sun Jun 5 15:55:49 2005 Copyright (c)1982, 2004, Oracle. All rights reserved. target database Password: connected to target database: NINA (DBID=1974138212) connected to recovery catalog database RMAN>
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Caution Make sure you set the ORACLE_SID to the target database SID before you register a database in the recovery catalog. Otherwise, when you specify the target, you ll connect to the database whose instance name matches the ORACLE_SID of your UNIX session not to the target database.
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Next, register the database in the recovery catalog: RMAN> REGISTER DATABASE; database registered in recovery catalog starting full resync of recovery catalog full resync complete RMAN> The target database is now successfully registered in the recovery catalog. At this point, you can use the REPORT SCHEMA command to make sure all the data files of the target database show up in the list. You can also issue the following command to check the incarnation of the database: RMAN> LIST INCARNATION; List of Database Incarnations DB Key Inc Key DB Name DB ID ------- ------- -------- ----------1 8 NINA 1974138212 1 2 NINA 1974138212 RMAN>
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Resynchronizing the Recovery Catalog
Changes made to the target database structure aren t automatically propagated to the recovery catalog. The BACKUP and COPY commands automatically perform a resynchronization each time you perform a backup or copy. But you may need to manually resynchronize the recovery catalog under two circumstances: when your target database has just undergone a number of physical changes and when the target database is performing a very large number of log switches in between the backups. During a resync operation, RMAN reads the target database s control file to update the information it keeps regarding data file, log switches, physical schema, and so forth. Oracle recommends that you resynchronize the recovery catalog after making any changes to the physical structure of a
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target database. You issue the RESYNC CATALOG command as follows, after connecting to the target database: RMAN> RESYNC CATALOG; starting full resync of recovery catalog full resync complete RMAN>
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