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It looks strange, no reply prompt. Maybe time to open a SR.1 person found this helpful
Other way from SO trace commands like TRUSS and DTRACE.
Please upload the result of the following commands ran on PROD1 person found this helpful
You are probably invoking the wrong rman program. Some Linux distributions also have a program called rman.
echo $PATH echo $ORACLE_HOME which rman
do you have any MML ?1 person found this helpful
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yxes2013 wrote:RMAN should give the prompt back to you. There is no reason for the 2nd set of commands to work and 1st not to. How about you ensure that all the environment settings are fine and show us a cut/paste to show us that its really happening the way you said.
We have two servers DEV and PROD.
When I log in oracle @DEV and run
I am able to get the prompt
and can input commands...
But in our PROD server, if I login oracle and run
I am not getting a prompt and will just hang.
But if I run the script
It will run.
rman.sh rman target / @/opt/oracle/RMAN/backup.cmd log=/opt/oracle/RMAN/backup.log
How do I debug this issue?
I thank you all :)
I am sure the environment variables are fine, because I am able to execute & connect successfully the following:
sqlplus / as sysdba
So RMAN should also be in this home path.
What is mml?
check this for MML1 person found this helpful
Edited by: %bala% on May 17, 2013 9:07 AM
You are probably invoking the wrong rman program. Some Linux distributions also have a program called rmanBut I set my ORACLE_PATH bin ahead from the OS PATH bin. :(
We dont have mml, only simple disk rman backup.
You can try follows:
Make sure the path is correct or launch RMAN with $ORACLE_HOME/bin/rman.
Also make sure there is no alias with rman command.
check for logfile,Is it showing some information or not.
tail -f log=/opt/oracle/RMAN/backup.log
make sure rman is not pointing to other OS utility.
which rman --> It should point to the oracle binaries.
Also upload environment variable details