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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Rman Clone Failure

    I have run a standby clone that terminated with error due to few missing
    LV-s.
    I removed all LV-s for the clone, recreated them including the missing ones.
    I ran the clone again,but it skips the files that were successfuly duplicated in the previous clone request that failed.
    I need to be able to start the clone all over again, but RMAN does persistantly skip duplicating the datafiles that were successfuly processed in the first atempt.

    How to ignore the RESUME option so that the clone process would start from the beginning?
    Where does RMAN keep the info about the successfuly duplicated datafiles in clone standby process? I have tried few RMAN tables , but no luck.

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    I apologize that my crystal ball is in the shop for repair.
    It is a challenge to fix a problem that can't be seen.
    You have a mystery & we have no clues.

    https://forums.oracle.com/forums/thr...174552#9360002
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  3. #3
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    Rman Clone Failure

    Mabye you can not see the problem, but someone could. The problem exists ( just read carefully), and if you can not see or help, please do not send unnecessary replies.
    You waste your time and mabye somebody elses'

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    What she is saying is how can we help when we don't have the exact errors or the rman command you are running. Give more information brankodachevski
    Bill
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