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Oracle Backup and Recovery Basics 10g

Oracle Backup and Recovery Basics 10g

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Oracle\u00ae Database
Backup and Recovery Basics
10g Release 1 (10.1)
Part No. B10735-01
December 2003
Oracle Database Backup and Recovery Basics 10g Release 1 (10.1)
Part No. B10735-01
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Contents
Send Us Your Comments...................................................................................................................ix
Preface............................................................................................................................................................xi

Audience................................................................................................................................................xii Organization..........................................................................................................................................xii Related Documentation......................................................................................................................xiii Conventions..........................................................................................................................................xiii Documentation Accessibility.............................................................................................................xvi

1 Backup and Recovery Overview
What is Backup and Recovery?.......................................................................................................1-2

Physical Backups and Logical Backups.....................................................................................1-2 Errors and Failures Requiring Recovery from Backup...........................................................1-2 Oracle Backup and Recovery Solutions: RMAN and User-Managed Backup....................1-3

Backup and Recovery: Basic Concepts...........................................................................................1-5
Physical Database Structures Used in Recovering Data.........................................................1-5
The Database Recovery Process: Basic Concepts.........................................................................1-7
Forms of Data Recovery.....................................................................................................................1-9

Datafile Media Recovery: Restore Datafiles, Apply Redo......................................................1-9 Complete, Incomplete and Point-In-Time Recovery.............................................................1-10 Automatic Recovery After Instance Failure: Crash Recovery.............................................1-11

Backup and Recovery with RMAN...............................................................................................1-12
Types of Oracle Database Backup under RMAN..................................................................1-12
Matching Failures to Backup and Recovery Techniques..........................................................1-14

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