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so many questions and so few answers.
Edited by: sb92075 on Mar 20, 2011 3:05 PM
bcm@bcm-laptop:~$ exp help=yes Export: Release 188.8.131.52.0 - Production on Sun Mar 20 14:56:27 2011 Copyright (c) 1982, 2009, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. You can let Export prompt you for parameters by entering the EXP command followed by your username/password: Example: EXP SCOTT/TIGER Or, you can control how Export runs by entering the EXP command followed by various arguments. To specify parameters, you use keywords: Format: EXP KEYWORD=value or KEYWORD=(value1,value2,...,valueN) Example: EXP SCOTT/TIGER GRANTS=Y TABLES=(EMP,DEPT,MGR) or TABLES=(T1:P1,T1:P2), if T1 is partitioned table USERID must be the first parameter on the command line. Keyword Description (Default) Keyword Description (Default) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- USERID username/password FULL export entire file (N) BUFFER size of data buffer OWNER list of owner usernames FILE output files (EXPDAT.DMP) TABLES list of table names COMPRESS import into one extent (Y) RECORDLENGTH length of IO record GRANTS export grants (Y) INCTYPE incremental export type INDEXES export indexes (Y) RECORD track incr. export (Y) DIRECT direct path (N) TRIGGERS export triggers (Y) LOG log file of screen output STATISTICS analyze objects (ESTIMATE) ROWS export data rows (Y) PARFILE parameter filename CONSISTENT cross-table consistency(N) CONSTRAINTS export constraints (Y) OBJECT_CONSISTENT transaction set to read only during object export (N) FEEDBACK display progress every x rows (0) FILESIZE maximum size of each dump file FLASHBACK_SCN SCN used to set session snapshot back to FLASHBACK_TIME time used to get the SCN closest to the specified time QUERY select clause used to export a subset of a table RESUMABLE suspend when a space related error is encountered(N) RESUMABLE_NAME text string used to identify resumable statement RESUMABLE_TIMEOUT wait time for RESUMABLE TTS_FULL_CHECK perform full or partial dependency check for TTS VOLSIZE number of bytes to write to each tape volume TABLESPACES list of tablespaces to export TRANSPORT_TABLESPACE export transportable tablespace metadata (N) TEMPLATE template name which invokes iAS mode export Export terminated successfully without warnings.
user11356487 wrote:I've been working with oracle since v 7.3 and never heard of oracle 7i. Please give full and actual version numbers, not marketing labels.
I am testing export from oracle 7i to 11g.
1) Is 'incremental' export supported only on FULL database exports? Can this option be used only on a specific schemas?Please define "incremental export" and point to the oracle reference that explains it. At http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e16536/original_export.htm#insertedID4 I see "full", "tablespace", "use", and "table", but no "incremental" export for the original exp. At http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e16536/dp_export.htm#i1007466 I see "full", "schema", "table", "tablespace" modes for expdp, but no "incremental"
2) If i want to export full database and import, does it allow the option to remap users i.e. say in full export we have 3 schemas for user USER1, USER2, USER3 when importing can i remap these to NEWUSER1, NEWUSER2, NEWUSER3?>
3) For exports, say 1 take a full DB export which includes TBLA with 1million rows. Next day I take incremental export and two rows are added/changed in TBLA will the incremental export, export all rows in TBLA or only 2 rows which were addeed/changed?Again, please cite the documentation that defines an 'incremental' export ...
Oracle 7i doesn't exist as a version! You mean Oracle7?
1 This is a doc question and the documentation is still online
Refer to http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/documentation/oracle7-091910.html
2 This is also a doc question which can be answered by typing imp help=y on the commandline
3 The complete table will bge exported.
This is why incremental export is no longer supported.
Basically this is also a doc question.
Did you ever read about the Forums Etiquette? It recommends consulting documentation before you post.
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- Sorry, the actual version is Oracle8i Release 184.108.40.206.1; I typed 7i instead of 8i
- I was reading documentation which mentions following:
Exports can be of three categories:
1) Incremental Exports - An incremental export backs up only the tables that have changed since the last incremental, cumulative, or complete export. For example if one row is added or updated to a table since the last incremental, cumulative, or complete export was done the entire table is exported. Tables which have not been modified are not exported.
Incremental exports cannot be specified as Read consistent i.e. CONSISTENT=Y
The activity is tracked in SYS.INCEXP, then updates the table with a new ITIME and EXPID.
Incremental exports can only be done in full database mode (FULL=Y). Only users having EXP_FULL_DATABASE role can run incremental exports.
A look at the parameter file incexp.par FILE= incremental020999.dmp
2) Cumulative Exports - An cumulative export backs up only the tables that have changed since the last cumulative, or complete export. In essence a cumulative export compresses a number of incremental exports into a single cumulative file. For example let us assume at time "A" a cumulative export was done, at time "B" a record was deleted from table emp_mast , at time "C" an incremental export was done (incremental export pickup table emp_mast, since a record is deleted). At time "D" an record was inserted in emp_dtl, at time "E" an incremental export was done (incremental export pickup table emp_dtl, since a record is inserted). At time "F" when cumulative export is done it picks up table emp_mast and also emp_dtl since these two table have changed since the last cumulative was done. A look at the parameter file cumexp.par FILE= cumulative020999.dmp
LOG= cumulative 020999.log
3) Complete Exports - A complete export establishes a base for incremental and cumulative exports. It is equivalent to a full database export, except that it updates the tables that track incremental and cumulative exports. If you do not specify INCTYPE=COMPLETE then the tables that track incremental and cumulative exports are not updated. A look at the parameter file completeexp.par FILE= complete020999.dmp
hopefully, you gurus can help me understand as I could use the incremental option to export import data...
I am testing export from oracle 7i to 11g.I'm not sure about what you mean by Oracle 7i, are you talking about Oracle *7* or Oracle *8i* ?
If i want to export full database and import, does it allow the option to remap usersAnyway in these releases (7 or 8i) you cannot use DATAPUMP so you don't have the REMAP_SCHEMA parameter. Instead you have the parameters FROMUSER, TOUSER:
Next day I take incremental export and two rows are added/changed in TBLA will the incremental export, export all rows in TBLA or only 2 rows which were addeed/changed?Incremental export doesn't exist in the sense that it will export only the modified rows since the last export (the entire Table will be exported). If you need to Refresh datas incrementally you may use FAST REFRESH replication with Materialized View / Materialized View Log. However, you cannot connect straightly a Database in Oracle *7* or *8i* to a Database in Oracle *11g*. It's not supported and, you'll need one or two intermediate Databases.
On the other hand, the following Note of My Oracle Support may give you useful advices about export/import:
Hope this help.
Compatibility Matrix for Export And Import Between Different Oracle Versions [Video] [ID 132904.1]