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suri123
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backup

how can i take back up of my oracle database
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: backup

Shalom and welcome to ITRC.

Number of ways to do this:

1) shut down the database and take an OS backup any way you want. tar, fbackup whatever.

2) Put the database in backup mode and use utilities like Data Protector, Veritas or Legato.

3) Use the Oracle rman utility.

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SoorajCleris
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Re: backup

Do you have any online backup tool configured??

Regards,
Sooraj
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S.N.S
Valued Contributor

Re: backup


It would help if some more details are given, possibly.

SEP kind of rounds it all off, though.

SNS
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madhuchakkaravarthy
Trusted Contributor

Re: backup

hi


i am giving u the steps for taking backup using tar

Login into server from where u want to take backup

#tar â cvf filename.tar filename (it will create the tar file)

#gzip filename.tar (it will reduce the size of the tar file)



to restore

do ftp then

gunzip filename.tar.gz (it will create the gz file to tar file)

tar â tvf filename.tar (It will show the contents )

tar â xvf filename.tar

but make sure u down the DB.

Regards

MC


madhuchakkaravarthy
Trusted Contributor

Re: backup

in Dataprotector
1. create a mediapool and then create a backup specification.

2.add a tape to that media pool

3. select the particular server and add as per ur requirement that u need to backup .

4.finally protection depends upon as per ur needs.

regards

MC