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Its worth checking the parameter "filesystemio_options"
If its currently set to 'setall' try setting it to 'asynch'.
Please check the note:1 person found this helpful
Mount Options for Oracle files when used with NFS on NAS devices [ID 359515.1]
Is need mount the NFS using the correct options.
For example, using non-RAC and Linux x64 for Oracle Datafile (and RMAN) is need mount using the following options:
Thank you. I am aware of that note and I already tried those mount options. RMAN still cannot write to the share.
I will try this. Since it is a static parameter I will have to find a time when I can bounce the database.
Excellent quote by Flavio Soares. That MOS Note clarify that question.
I had this problem a lot and I always use the MOS note [ID 359515.1]
I suggest you to change the event for the instance you want to backup to:
event="10298 trace name context forever, level 32"
Ok ... put here your experiences. We are waiting for the results.
Thanks Vitor from Brazil : )
hehehehhee.. Ok Golden Gate Expert.. ACS boy lol...
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ORA-19504: failed to create file "/rman/backup/prod/ctrl_file.bckp" ORA-27040: file create error, unable to create file Linux-x86_64 Error: 22: Invalid argument
Is use of CIFS Protocol for RMAN backups supported? [ID 444809.1]
mount -t cifs -o ....
CIFS is fine for RMAN files: backup pieces, datafile copies, archived logs but it is NOT certified by Oracle.
Oracle Support: If there are any problems involved in using RMAN and CIFS, then we cannot get the RDBMS development involved.
Write To CIFS Filesystem on Linux Fails ( ORA-01119, ORA-27040 ) [ID 1417168.1]
I changed the parameter to 'asynch' and it worked.
I can now write backup files to the share. However, will this also take care of reading from the share i.e. restoring a backup?
Thanks for your help.
Before I go with it, I would like to make sure that I can restore from it too.