May 30, 2007

NetApp and Oracle backup and restore

Oracle OS Oracle backup:

  1. SQL>alter tablespace test begin backup
  2. Within netapp command line: snap create volume_name snap_name
  3. SQL> alter tablespace test end backup
  4. insert some data into table belonging this tablespace test
  5. rm one datafile test.dbf
  6. SQL>alter system checkpoint; alert log will report missing datafile 9
  7. cp ../.snapshot/../test.dbf dest_location
  8. alter database recover datafile 9;
  9. alter database datafile 9 online;

RMAN backup with SnapManager for Oracle:

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