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    Unanswered: 9. What effect does setting Control_File_Record_Keep_Time to 0 have?

    9.What effect does setting Control_File_Record_Keep_Time to 0 have?

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    Re: 9. What effect does setting Control_File_Record_Keep_Time to 0 have?

    Originally posted by valexena
    9.What effect does setting Control_File_Record_Keep_Time to 0 have?
    Here is the explanation of this param

    The CONTROL_FILE_RECORD_KEEP_TIME parameter specifies the number of days RMAN information is stored in the control file before being overwritten. A low value results in information being overwritten more frequently, thus minimizing control file growth.
    If a recovery catalog is used, a lower value should be chosen. The
    default is 7 days.
    Note: When you use a recovery catalog, make sure that resynching is performed more frequently than overwrites to the control file.
    For example, if set to 1, Recovery Manager information is kept for a day. If a recovery catalog is used, make sure resynching is performed at least once per day.

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    Re: 9. What effect does setting Control_File_Record_Keep_Time to 0 have?

    Originally posted by valexena
    9.What effect does setting Control_File_Record_Keep_Time to 0 have?
    Try Oracle University or Look at Oracle documentation!
    Nobody can help you with yor exam!

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