Thread: RMAN Strategy
06-23-04, 12:00 #1Registered User
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Unanswered: RMAN Strategy
I have always used operating system scripts to perform backups. I am now implementing RMAN. Just want to know what people think is the right way to go with this scenario.
I have 3 production databases and 12 non production databases (3 build, 3 sit, 3 uat, 3 dev).
The non production databases won't always be available so i want to avoid putting the recovery catalog on one of these.
The way i see it at the moment is i have 2 options.
1. To create a recovery catalog database for all 15 target databases.
Use operating system scripts to backup the recovery catalog database.
2. Place a recovery catalog on 2 of the production databases and have
them backup each other and then divide up the remain databases
between the 2 of them.
Has anyone any views on which way i should go??
06-23-04, 16:25 #2Registered User
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option 1 on a non-production server.
creating a seperate db for recovery catalogs on a stable machine seems to be the way to go.- The_Duck
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