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Lesson 7: Oracle Export and Import Utilities
Lesson 8: Additional Recovery Issues
Lesson 9: Oracle Utilities for Troubleshooting
Lesson 10: Oracle Recovery Manager Overview
Lesson 11: Oracle Recovery Catalog Creation and Maintenance
Lesson 12: Backups Using Recovery Manager
Lesson 13: Restoration and Recovery Using Recovery Manager
Lesson 14: Oracle Standby Database
Lesson 15: Workshop
Appendix A: Practices
Appendix B: Practice Solutions
Appendix C: Hints
Appendix D: Workshop Scenarios
Appendix E: Worldwide Support Bulletins
Before You Begin This Course
Prerequisites
How This Course Is Organized
Oracle Publications
Web Sites
Oracle Education Student Union
Related Additional Publications
Typographic Conventions in Text
Typographic Conventions in Code
Typographic Conventions in Navigation Paths
Questions for the DBA
Business Impact
24-Hour Operations
Testing Backups
Database Volatility
Physical Image Copies
Logical Copies
Database Configuration
Transaction Volumes
Natural Disaster
Solutions
Loss of Key Personnel
Oracle Parallel Server
Oracle FailSafe
Oracle Instance
Memory Structures
Background Processes
The User Process
The Server Process
Oracle Database
Dynamic Views
Dynamic Views (continued)
Sizing the Large Pool
Large Pool Parameters
Large Pool Parameters (continued)
Function of the Data Buffer Cache
Function of the DBWn Background Process
Function of the DBWn Background Process (continued)
Data Files
Data Files Containing Only Committed Data
Data Files Containing Uncommitted Data
Configuring Tablespaces
Configuring Tablespaces (continued)
Function of the Redo Log Buffer
Function of the LGWR Background Process
Redo Log Files
Redo Log Switches
Guidelines for Multiplexing
Guidelines for Multiplexing (continued)
Database Checkpoints
CKPT Features
When Does Checkpointing Occur?
Synchronization
Instance Recovery
Initialization Parameter
Fast-Start Checkpoint
Impact of FAST_START_IO_TARGET on Checkpoints
Other Factors Affecting Checkpointing (continued)
Control File Function
Control File Properties
Dynamic View
How to Multiplex the Control File
Function of the Archive Background Process
Archived Log Files
Archiving Considerations
Multiple Archiver Processes
Multiple Remote Archive Destinations
Statement Failure
Statement Failure Resolution
User Process Failure and DBA Action
PMON Background Process
User Error Failures
Common Causes of User Error Failures
Minimizing User Error Failures
Instance Recovery (continued)
Instance Recovery Phases
With Oracle8i
Dynamic Performance Views
Redo Log History
Implications of NOARCHIVELOG Mode
Media Recovery Options in NOARCHIVELOG mode
Archiving Requirements
Implications of Setting ARCHIVELOG Mode in the Control File
Media Recovery Options
Filename Options
Duplexing Archivelog Files
LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_n Parameters
LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST and LOG_ARCHIVE_DUPLEX_DEST Parameters
MANDATORY Versus OPTIONAL
REOPEN Attribute
LOG_ARCHIVE_MIN_SUCCEED_DEST and Mandatory
LOG_ARCHIVE_MIN_SUCCEED_DEST and Mandatory (continued)
LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_STATE_n Parameter
Enabling ARCHIVELOG Mode (continued)
Backup Manager
LOG_ARCHIVE_MAX_PROCESSES Parameter
The Archive Process
Automatic Versus Manual Archiving
Guidelines
The Archive Process in an Opened Instance
The Archive Process in an Opened Instance (continued)
Characteristics
Archive Processes at the Start of an Instance
Dynamic Number of ARCn Processes
Disabling the ARCn Processes By Using the Command Line
Archiving Log Files Selectively
FAST_START_IO_TARGET Value
Monitoring Impact of Parameters on Recovery Time
Evaluating Backup Methods
Physical Backup Methods
Advantages
Disadvantages
Examples
Examples (continued)
Advantages of an Online Database Backup
Additional Concerns for an Online Database Backup
Opened Database Backup Requirements
Opened Database Backup Options
How to Perform an Opened Database Backup
How to Perform an Opened Database Backup (continued)
How to Use Backup Manager to Start an Online Tablespace Backup
V$BACKUP View
V$BACKUP View (continued)
V$DATAFILE_HEADER View
Commands That Change the Database Configuration
Read-Only Tablespace Operations
Notes on Read-Only Tablespaces
Advantages and Disadvantages
Recover from a Media Failure (NOARCHIVELOG Mode)
Restore Files to a Different Location
How to Recover from a Media Failure
Complete Recovery Methods
Complete Recovery Methods (continued)
Recover Syntax
Restoring Archives to a Different Location
How to Apply Redo Log Files Automatically
Locating Data Files That Need Recovery
Locating Archived Log Files to Apply
Recovery Methods
Complete Recovery: Method 1 (Mounted Database)
Complete Recovery: Method 1 (Mounted Database) (continued)
Complete Recovery: Method 2 (Opened Database, Initially Opened)
Complete Recovery: Method 2 (Opened Database, Initially Opened) (continued)
Complete Recovery: Method 3 (Opened Database, Initially Closed)
Complete Recovery: Method 4 (Loss of Data File with No Backup)
Complete Recovery: Method 4 (Loss of Data File with No Backup) (continued)
Failure During an Opened Database Backup
Recovery of Data File in Backup Mode
The Problem
The Solution
ALTER DATABASE CLEAR UNARCHIVED LOGFILE Command
Clearing Logs Required by Offline Data Files
Loss of Inactive Redo Logs
Determining Need for Recovery
Determining Need for Recovery (continued)
Re-creating Redo Logs (continued)
Clearing Online Redo Logs
Recovery Status Example
Performing Incomplete Recovery
Common Causes
Types of Incomplete Recovery
Types of Incomplete Recovery (continued)
Recover Command
How to Recover
Incomplete Recovery Guidelines (continued)
Incomplete Recovery Using Until Cancel (continued)
Incomplete Recovery Using the Backup Control File (continued)
Loss of Current Redo Logs
Database Opened, But in a Hung State
Database Opened, But in a Hung State (continued)
Database Closed Because of Failure
Database Closed Because of Failure (continued)
When to Use This Process
Procedure
Export Methods
User Mode
Full Database Mode
Example
Export Parameters
Parameter File
Direct Path Export
Direct-Path Features
Direct-Path Restrictions
Export Utility Compatibility
Issues
Import Utility
Import Parameters
Import Process Sequence (continued)
Using TSPITR
TSPITR Requirements
Performing TSPITR
The Two Methods
Performing TSPITR by Using Transportable Tablespaces
More Flexibility
Instance Recovery Phases (continued)
Starting Oracle with Missing Data Files
Starting Oracle with Missing Data Files (continued)
Loss of Non Essential Temporary or Index Tablespaces
RECOVERY_PARALLELISM Parameter
Starting a Database with a Missing Data File (continued)
Loss of TEMP or INDEX Tablespaces
Recovery of TEMP or INDEX Tablespaces
Recovery Cases
Re-creating a Control File
Renaming Data Files
Backup Control File
Facilities to Detect and Repair Corrupted Blocks
ANALYZE TABLE ... VALIDATE STRUCTURE
Checksum Operation
DB_BLOCK_CHECKING
DBVERIFY Main Features
Running DBVERIFY
Command Line Interface
DBVERIFY Output
DBVERIFY Parameters
Checking Corruption with DBMS_REPAIR
Setting Up for Detecting Block Corruption
Setting Up for Detecting Block Corruption (continued)
Detecting Block Corruption
Detecting Block Corruption (continued)
Marking Corrupt Blocks
Skipping Corrupted Blocks
Orphan Keys and Inconsistent Results
Orphan Keys and Inconsistent Results (continued)
Objects Analyzed
INTO and CASCADE Clauses
Usage
Usage (continued)
How to Analyze Redo Log File Information
How to Analyze Redo Log File Information (continued)
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