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I hesitate to answer as I live in a give a little get a little world.
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I would use rsync
I have a "Increase Oracle Mount Point Size" example here which uses this :
rsync -a <source> <dest>
Rock2 wrote:Where is your rman backupset in relation to the oracle home and the grid home that you propose to tar?
I have 188.8.131.52 two node RAC database running on Solaris and I want to set up a DR which will be a stand alone database by recovering from RMAN full backup. To do this, can I tar the oracle home and the grid home and untar it in the DR site and restore and recover database?
will that work?What prevents you from testing it?
or I need to install a new software with stand alone option and use the RMAN full backup to restore?Where are your tar files when the disaster strikes?
What about transactions that occur on the database between the time you make your rman backup, the time you create the tar file and the time the disaster strikes?
Edited by: EdStevens on Nov 12, 2012 3:32 PM
Rock2 wrote:NO, You need to follow the instructions in the fine Oracle® Database Installation Guide on how to Clone an Oracle Home.
... Etc ... can I tar the oracle home and the grid home and untar it in the DR site and restore and recover database? will that work?
or I need to install a new software with stand alone option
...and use the RMAN full backup to restore?Yes.
can I tar the oracle home and the grid home and untar it in the DR siteI doubt if this will work -- particularly for the grid home.
You need to do a proper install or Clone of the Oracle_Home.
Hemant K Chitale