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vrecover command

Occasional Contributor

vrecover command

Hi, what do i have to use for maintaining the same privileges whan i am using recover command?

/sbin/vrestore -xvf /dev/nrmt0h -D /oracle/SP1/sapdata6 /

i mean, above command was used and the files were resotoread with actual date ... and i need to restore the information with original date ....

Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: vrecover command

What doesn't have the original date,
everything, or only the directories? When
I do it, the directories get current dates,
but non-directory files get their original
dates. Restored directories are given
current dates so that incremental backups
will work as expected.