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We are using Oracle 8.1.7 on MS2000 servers to host remote installations of
Livelink in Germany and China. The application requires point-in-time
recovery capabilities. Our standard is to use the BMC product SQL Backtrack
on all Oracle servers. But we are getting so many of them and the cost is
so high I need to find another solution. Export is not an option due to the
recovery requirements. Can someone point me to a few backup dynamic backup
scripts for the NT / 2000 environment? Any other suggestions?


Thanks!


Ron Smith
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  • DENNIS WILLIAMS at May 22, 2003 at 2:58 pm
    Ron - Are you interested in hot backups or RMAN? Since you have many servers
    to maintain, and you are looking at changing your situation anyway, consider
    RMAN.

    Dennis Williams
    DBA, 80%OCP, 100% DBA

    Lifetouch, Inc.
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    Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2003 8:52 AM
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    We are using Oracle 8.1.7 on MS2000 servers to host remote installations of
    Livelink in Germany and China. The application requires point-in-time
    recovery capabilities. Our standard is to use the BMC product SQL Backtrack
    on all Oracle servers. But we are getting so many of them and the cost is
    so high I need to find another solution. Export is not an option due to the
    recovery requirements. Can someone point me to a few backup dynamic backup
    scripts for the NT / 2000 environment? Any other suggestions?


    Thanks!


    Ron Smith

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  • Ruth Gramolini at May 23, 2003 at 1:57 pm
    MessageRman should do what you want and it is included with the Oracle server. You can do online (hot) backups and point in time recovery plus a lot of other nice things. Have a look and see if it will fill your needs,

    Ruth

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    Subject: Oracle 8.1.7 Backup on NT

    We are using Oracle 8.1.7 on MS2000 servers to host remote installations of Livelink in Germany and China. The application requires point-in-time recovery capabilities. Our standard is to use the BMC product SQL Backtrack on all Oracle servers. But we are getting so many of them and the cost is so high I need to find another solution. Export is not an option due to the recovery requirements. Can someone point me to a few backup dynamic backup scripts for the NT / 2000 environment? Any other suggestions?

    Thanks!

    Ron Smith
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