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938741 wrote:start the DB restoration over from scratch
is there any feature in Oracle:-
That enable restore of database even if in between sht immediate cmd is fired(while restoration is in progress from RMAN) .
I was doing Restoration from rman and another team guys shut down the database. So any suggestion how to over come this....
I know server process is required for rman to connect to database and make RPC calls to catalog(another datbase) , and minimum condition is to be in mount stage ( These talks apart plzz)..
So any suggestion to overcome this....Yes.
First check if you are still in the restore phase or already in the recovery phase (hope you have a log file)
Proceed with a startup mount of the instance and run your restore and or your recovery command from rman.
A shutdown doesn't harm a restore.
This was a stupid question though u guys helped in this...appreciate ur help guyss....its not even possible.... :)
You have to restart the database and reinitiate the RESTORE.
It can detect that certain datafiles have already been restored. It can then skip those datafiles and only restore the remainder.
Hemant K Chitale