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Oracle9i RMAN Backup & Recovery

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ISBN-10: 0072226625

ISBN-13: 9780072226621

Edition: 2003

Authors: Robert G. Freeman, Matthew Hart

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List price: $58.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 11/8/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 608
Size: 7.30" wide x 9.10" long x 1.41" tall
Weight: 2.266
Language: English

Matthew Hart is a writer and journalist, and the author of Diamond: The History of a Cold-Blooded Love Affair. His work has appeared in The Times, Granta and the Atlantic Monthly among other publications. He was born in Canada and now lives in London.

Starting Out
Oracle9i Backup and Recovery Architecture Tour
Introduction to the RMAN Architecture
Setup Principles and Practices
RMAN Setup and Configuration
RMAN Workshop: Put the Database in ARCHIVELOG Mode
RMAN Workshop: Create the Target Database RMAN Backup Account
RMAN Workshop: Create the Recovery Catalog User Account
RMAN Workshop: Create the Recovery Catalog
RMAN Workshop: Register Your Database in the Recovery Catalog
Media Management Considerations
RMAN Workshop: Test Tape Channels with the Oracle Default SBT Interface
RMAN Workshop: Setup LSSV on Windows 2000
Configuring VERITAS NetBackup
RMAN Workshop: Creating an RMAN Script Using the NetBackup for Oracle Wizard
Configuring Legato Networker Module for Oracle
RMAN Workshop: NMO Installation
RMAN Workshop: Configure Networker for OS-Level Backups
RMAN Workshop: Configuration of the nsrnmo.SID Script
RMAN and Tivoli Storage Manager
Configuring HP OmniBack II v4.0
RMAN Workshop: Relinking Oracle9.x OmniBack II on HP-UX 11.00
RMAN Workshop: Backing Out OmniBack Links to Cleanly Apply Oracle9.x Patches
RMAN Workshop: Relinking Oracle8.x OmniBack II on HP-UX 11.00
RMAN Workshop: Backing Out OmniBack Links to Cleanly Apply Oracle8.x Patches
Using RMAN Effectively
RMAN Backups
RMAN Workshop: Do an Offline Backup
RMAN Workshop: Do an Online Backup
RMAN Workshop: Do an Incremental Backup
RMAN Workshop: Get Your Database Backed Up!
RMAN Restore & Recovery
RMAN Workshop: Recover Your Control File
RMAN Workshop: Recover Your NOARCHIVELOG Mode Database
RMAN Workshop: Complete Recovery of Your ARCHIVELOG Mode Database
Using Oracle9i Enterprise Manager for Backup Implementations
RMAN Workshop: Build the Oracle Management Server
RMAN Workshop: Setting Up Preferred Credentials for EM
RMAN Workshop: Schedule an Insert Job
RMAN Workshop: Set Up E-Mail Notification for Job Failure
RMAN Workshop: Create a Backup Configuration
RMAN Advanced Recovery Topics
Maintaining RMAN
RMAN Workshop: Using the crosscheck Command
RMAN Workshop: Using the change Command
RMAN Workshop: Using the delete Command
RMAN Workshop: Using RMAN Stored Scripts
RMAN Reporting
Performance Tuning RMAN Backup and Recovery Operations
RMAN: Beyond Backup and Recovery
Duplication: Cloning the Target Database
RMAN Workshop: Building a Password File
RMAN Workshop: Duplication to the Same Server Using Disk Backups
RMAN Workshop: Duplication to a Remote Server Using Disk Backups
RMAN and the Standby Database
RMAN Workshop: Create a Standby Database Using RMAN
RMAN and Real Application Clusters
RMAN Workshop: Duplicating a RAC Database to a Single-Node Database
RMAN Workshop: Creating a Single-Node Standby Database from a RAC Database
RMAN in the Workplace: Case Studies
RMAN Syntax Reference Guide
Exploring the Recovery Catalog
Oracle8i Syntactical Differences
Setting Up an RMAN Test Environment