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You can change scripts from the text format to a stored script and vice versa. Here s how an RMAN command can send the contents of a stored script to a text file: RMAN> PRINT script nightly_backup to file 'test.txt'; script nightly_backup written to file test.txt RMAN>
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You can issue the REPLACE SCRIPT command to update a stored script. Here s an example: RMAN> REPLACE SCRIPT full_backup { BACKUP DATABASE; } If the script full_backup doesn t exist, RMAN creates the script. To replace a global script, execute the REPLACE GLOBAL SCRIPT command.
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RMAN uses some special terminology. To use RMAN effectively, you need a good understanding of the terms discussed in the following sections.
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A backup piece is an operating system file containing the backup of a datafile, a control file, or archived redo log files. This backup information is stored in an RMAN-specific format.
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A backup set is a logical structure that consists of one or more RMAN backup pieces (the default is one backup piece per backup set). You can create a backup set on disk or tape. If you back up a database, datafile, tablespace, or archivelog, RMAN groups the complete set of relevant backup pieces into one backup set. When you issue the backup command, RMAN creates the backup set to hold the output. Remember that a backup set is a file or set of files in a proprietary format that only RMAN can understand. Thus, only RMAN is able to use the backup sets to recover the database. By default, RMAN creates a backup set when you use a backup command, whether you are copying to disk or tape (through a media manager).
Image Copy
Image copies are similar to the copies you can make of operating system files with the cp command in UNIX or the copy command in DOS. You can make image copies of datafiles, control files, and archived redo log files. RMAN image copies can be made only to disk; they can t be made to tape. RMAN can also use copies that you make using non-RMAN operating system utilities. These types of copies are called user-managed copies or operating system copies. Really, there s no difference between RMAN image copies and normal copies made with the cp command, for example, except that image copies made through the RMAN tool have information about them written to the control file or the recovery catalog. If you use an operating system command such as dd to produce image copies, you can then use the RMAN CATALOG command to record these copies in the RMAN repository. Thus, you can use a manually copied datafile during a recovery, if you first use the CATALOG command to register the file with RMAN. You can then use these user-made copies of datafiles in RMAN operations through the RESTORE and SWITCH commands. You use the RMAN command BACKUP AS COPY to make image copies. You may also direct RMAN to always produce image copies rather than backup sets (thus changing the default behavior of making backup sets) by performing the following configuration change:
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RMAN> CONFIGURE DEVICE TYPE DISK BACKUP TYPE TO COPY; new RMAN configuration parameters: CONFIGURE DEVICE TYPE DISK BACKUP TYPE TO COPY PARALLELISM 1; new RMAN configuration parameters are successfully stored released channel: ORA_DISK_1 starting full resync of recovery catalog full resync complete RMAN> You can use the image copies produced by the RMAN BACKUP AS COPY command just like any other file copies made with operating system utilities.
Proxy Copy
RMAN can also perform a special kind of backup called the proxy copy, where the media manager is given control of the copying process. Proxy copies can t be used with disks. Here s an example of how you specify a proxy copy: RMAN> BACKUP DEVICE TYPE sbt PROXY DATAFILE 2;
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