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    Red face Unanswered: rman on linux

    Hi
    i have installed oracle 9.0.0.1 enterprise edition on red hat linux 8.0
    my problem i that i am not getting rman properly. When i am giving rman from command prompting..rman gets hanged,its is not responding
    total RAM 256 MB
    shared pool is 97 MB
    can any one help me
    reagards
    praveen

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    damn, that is some LOW RAM.
    Tough to put two databases on a box with that kind of memory.
    - The_Duck
    you can lead someone to something but they will never learn anything ...

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    Originally posted by The_Duck
    damn, that is some LOW RAM.
    Tough to put two databases on a box with that kind of memory.
    Hi The_Duck
    thanks for ur reply
    but i even tried that in my mail server that is with 1 GB ram
    but there also , the same effect .when i am giving ramn command ,nothing is comming..like this
    $rman


    the cursor is blinking like this only
    can u tell me how much hould be the shared_pool_size and sga for using rman in Linux 8.0 +oracle 9i enviorment
    regards praveen

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    uh, you did set up the rman database/repository correct?

    you cannot just type rman. once you set up the repository, you need to connect to the repository by commands such as:
    PHP Code:
    rman target rman/password
    backup database plus archivelog
    ;
    quit 
    goto this link and search under rman ...
    http://tahiti.oracle.com/pls/db92/db92.homepage
    - The_Duck
    you can lead someone to something but they will never learn anything ...

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    Talking

    hi duck
    thanks for ur reply
    i just tried ur command from $ORACLE_HOME/bin
    i got
    but there problem is that rman is a key ford for linux8.0..some help is avilable in man pages.so what should be the correct path setting in
    .profile file to exeute oracle rman first
    regards
    praveen

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