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Author Kuhn, Darl.
Title RMAN recipes for Oracle Database 12c : a problem-solution approach / Darl Kuhn, Sam Alapati, Arup Nanda.
Imprint [Calif.?] ; New York, NY : Distributed by Springer Science + Business Media New York, ©2013.

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Subject Oracle (Computer file)
Oracle (Computer file)
Oracle (Computer file)
Electronic data processing -- Backup processing alternatives.
Data recovery (Computer science)
Relational databases.
Contents Contents at a Glance -- Contents -- Foreword -- About the Authors -- About the Technical Reviewers -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Backup and Recovery 101 -- Types of Database Failures -- Statement Failure -- User Process Failure -- Network Failure -- Instance Failure -- User Error -- Media Failure -- Oracle Backup and Recovery Concepts -- Backup and Recovery Instance Architecture -- The Checkpoint Process -- The Log Writer Process -- The Archiver Process -- Physical Database Structures Used in Recovering Data
Archivelog and Noarchivelog Mode of OperationFlashback Technology -- Backup Types -- Physical and Logical Backups -- Whole and Partial Backups -- Online and Offline Backups -- Full and Incremental Backups -- Consistent and Inconsistent Backups -- Recovery Types -- Database Recovery and Consistent vs. Inconsistent Backups -- Crash Recovery and Media Recovery -- Crash Recovery -- Media Recovery -- Complete and Point-in-Time Recovery -- Deciding on the Appropriate Recovery Technique -- RMAN Architecture -- Benefits of Using RMAN
Backup and Recovery Best PracticesConfigure a Fast Recovery Area -- Make and Protect a Database Redundancy Set -- Create Powerful Backup Strategies -- Schedule Regular Backups -- Create Regular Backups of the Control File -- Run the Database in Archivelog Mode -- Multiplex the Control File -- Multiplex the Redo Log Groups -- Adopt the Right Backup Storage Strategy -- Plan Your Backup-Retention Duration -- Plan Your Backup Schedules -- Validate Your Recovery Strategy -- Conduct Regular Trial Recoveries -- Record Accurate Software and Hardware Configuration
Chapter 2: Jump-Starting RMAN2-1. Connecting to Your Database -- Problem -- Solution -- Establishing OS Variables -- Using OS Authentication -- Using a Password File -- How It Works -- Explaining OS Authentication -- Explaining Password File Authentication -- 2-2. Starting and Stopping Your Database -- Problem -- Solution -- How It Works -- 2-3. Toggling Archivelog Mode -- Problem -- Solution -- Enabling Archivelog Mode -- Disabling Archivelog Mode -- How It Works -- 2-4. Connecting to RMAN -- Problem -- Solution -- How It Works
2-5. Backing Up Your DatabaseProblem -- Solution -- How It Works -- 2-6. Simulating a Failure -- Problem -- Solution -- How It Works -- 2-7. Restoring and Recovering Your Database -- Problem -- Solution -- How It Works -- Chapter 3: Using the Fast Recovery Area -- 3-1. Creating the Fast Recovery Area -- Problem -- Solution -- How It Works -- 3-2. Writing Regular RMAN Backups to the FRA -- Problem -- Solution -- How It Works -- 3-3. Freeing FRA Space in an Emergency -- Problem -- Solution 1: Delete Unneeded Files
Summary RMAN Recipes for Oracle Database 12c is an example-driven approach to the Oracle database administrator's #1 job responsibility: Be able to recover the database. Of all the things you are responsible for as database administrator, nothing is more important than the data itself. Like it or not, the fearsome responsibility of protecting your organization's most critical data falls squarely upon your shoulders: Lose that data and your company could fail. Lose that data and you could be out of a job. Oracle's flagship database product fortunately implements a wide-ranging feature set to aid you in the all-important task of safeguarding against data loss. Recovery Manager, or RMAN, is at the heart of that feature set, and is the tool most-often used to initiate database backup and recovery operations. In this book, well-known authors and database experts Darl Kuhn, Sam Alapati, and Arup Nanda have created a set of examples encompassing the gamut of backup and recovery tasks that you might need to perform. Sometimes, especially when the heat is on, a good example is what you need to get started towards a solution. RMAN Recipes for Oracle Database 12c delivers. It'll be the book you reach for when that dreaded call comes in at 3:00am some dreary morning. It'll be the book that lets you sleep at night knowing that no matter what transpires, that you've done your job well and can recover from any outage. RMAN Recipes for Oracle Database 12c gets right to the point with quick and easy-to-read, step-by-step solutions that can help you backup and recover your data with confidence.
Other Author Alapati, Sam R.
Nanda, Arup.
Other Title Recovery Manager recipes for Oracle Database twelve c