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Table Of Contents

PRESENTATION OF DATA PROTECTION
Types of incidents
BACKUP/RESTORE STRATEGIES
BACKUPS CLASSIFICATION
TERMINONOLOGIES USED IN BACKUPS
Benefits of Data PUMP
Functioning of Data PUMP
DIFFERENT METHODS OF EXPORT
IMPORT
II-1 BACKUP & RECOVERY MANAGED BY THE USER
II-1-a BACKUPS MANAGED BY THE USER
II-1-B. RECOVERY MANAGED BY THE USER
PRESENTATION OF RMAN
Types of databases used by RMAN
Creating a recovery catalog
RMAN COMMANDS
Backup Settings with Enterprise Manager
Backups retention policy
MANAGING SCRIPTS
a) Complete recovery
b) Incomplete Recovery
OTHER RECOVERY SCENARIOS
II-3 FLASH REVOVERY AREA (FRA)
II—4 BACKUP SUGGESTED BY ORACLE
Configuration of flashback database
USING FLASBACK DATABASE
FLASHBACK DROP
FLASHBACK TABLE
Flashback Table
FLASHBACK DATA ARCHIVE
TRANSACTION BACKOUT
II-1 DUPLICATE A DATABASE WITH RMAN
Steps to follow to clone a database
Case for a database 11g version
IV-2 TABLESPACE POINT IN TIME RECOVERY (TSPITR)
Before starting the operation TSPITR
ACCOUNTS RELATED TO TSPITR
V-2 TYPES OF STANDBY DATABASES
V-3 DIFFERENT FIGURES OF TRANSFER
V-5 DATA GUARD BROKER FEATURES
Verifying the Data Guard Configuration
Resuming a standby database creation after a failure
STEPS FOR CREATING A LOGICAL STANBY DATABASE
STANDBY REDO LOGFILES
CONFIGURATION OF PROTECTION MODES
EXERCISES
X-2 TRANSPARENT APPLICATION FAILOVER (TAF)
EXERCISE
FLASHBACK DATABASE AND DATA GUARD
TEMPORARY ACTIVATION OF A PHYSICAL STANDBY DATABASE
MANAGING A SNAPSHOT STANDBY DATABASE
DATA GUARD & BACKUPS
INDEX
P. 1
ORACLE

ORACLE

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For who is this book ?

This book is for all those wishing to protect their data stored in the RDBMS ORACLE.
It assumes that the reader already knows the architecture of the Oracle database
(9i Versions at minimum)

Contents of the book
The book comprises 11 chapters divided into two parts:

I. - The first part dealing with the backup consists of four chapters

The first chapter is devoted to the logical backup
The second chapter deals with the physical backup
The third chapter discusses the various flashback technologies
The fourth chapter describes the duplication of a database
and Tablespace Point in Time Recovery

II - The second part dealing with DATA GUARD consists of seven chapters

Begins with an overview of Data Guard in Chapter 5.
It continues with chapters 6 and 7 which respectively describe how to create a physical standby database and a logical standby database.
Chapter 8 discusses the data protection methods and redo log transfer services .
Chapter 9 describes the permutations of roles and base change.
Chapter 10 describes Fast Start Failover & Transparent Application Fail Over functionalities .
Chapter 11, which closes the last part of the book, presents other accounts related to Data Guard .

Form of the book
The book is designed as a course. It outlines in a phased manner different fundamentals of Backup / Recovery and protection against disasters .
The pedagogical approach used in this book will satisfy both the needs of :
1) Beginners readers with a minimal experience in running an Oracle
database which will be guided throughout this book from a database creation to Data Guard implementation through the different backups / recoveries setups procedures .
2) Students, Engineers, Project Managers who already have a first experience in administering Oracle databases and want to broaden the concepts in order to :
- Implementing advanced backup strategies
- Effectively protecting their data against all types of failures.

Many examples present in this book and the scripts which can be downloaded on the site www.tchoko-books.com will enable readers to implement effective strategies for Backup /Recovery and DATA GUARD management .

The content is based on 11g version while highlighting the changes from the earlier versions 10g and 9i.
For who is this book ?

This book is for all those wishing to protect their data stored in the RDBMS ORACLE.
It assumes that the reader already knows the architecture of the Oracle database
(9i Versions at minimum)

Contents of the book
The book comprises 11 chapters divided into two parts:

I. - The first part dealing with the backup consists of four chapters

The first chapter is devoted to the logical backup
The second chapter deals with the physical backup
The third chapter discusses the various flashback technologies
The fourth chapter describes the duplication of a database
and Tablespace Point in Time Recovery

II - The second part dealing with DATA GUARD consists of seven chapters

Begins with an overview of Data Guard in Chapter 5.
It continues with chapters 6 and 7 which respectively describe how to create a physical standby database and a logical standby database.
Chapter 8 discusses the data protection methods and redo log transfer services .
Chapter 9 describes the permutations of roles and base change.
Chapter 10 describes Fast Start Failover & Transparent Application Fail Over functionalities .
Chapter 11, which closes the last part of the book, presents other accounts related to Data Guard .

Form of the book
The book is designed as a course. It outlines in a phased manner different fundamentals of Backup / Recovery and protection against disasters .
The pedagogical approach used in this book will satisfy both the needs of :
1) Beginners readers with a minimal experience in running an Oracle
database which will be guided throughout this book from a database creation to Data Guard implementation through the different backups / recoveries setups procedures .
2) Students, Engineers, Project Managers who already have a first experience in administering Oracle databases and want to broaden the concepts in order to :
- Implementing advanced backup strategies
- Effectively protecting their data against all types of failures.

Many examples present in this book and the scripts which can be downloaded on the site www.tchoko-books.com will enable readers to implement effective strategies for Backup /Recovery and DATA GUARD management .

The content is based on 11g version while highlighting the changes from the earlier versions 10g and 9i.

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