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Oracle DBA Concise Handbook

Oracle DBA Concise Handbook

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An Oracle DBA handbook. Covers 9i to 11g. Discusses Oracle database instance, file structure, backup recovery and performance tuning. Also includes a list of Oracle interview questions.
An Oracle DBA handbook. Covers 9i to 11g. Discusses Oracle database instance, file structure, backup recovery and performance tuning. Also includes a list of Oracle interview questions.

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When the database is running in no archive log mode, only cold back up can be
taken. The steps are –

1. Shutdown the database
2. Copy data files, control files, redo log files using OS commands to a
backup location.
3. Startup database

If any of the files (data/control/redo) is corrupt in no archive log mode, you
need to restore all files from backup. If relocation of files is necessary, you need
to open the database in mount stage and issue rename command to specify new
location of the files. Then you should open database for normal use. In no
archive log mode, you can only recover data, which was taken during back up
period. Even if only one file is corrupt, you need to restore all files and recover
entire database.

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