Networker

Re: [Networker] Saveset Recovery using RMAN

2007-05-03 19:00:26
Subject: Re: [Networker] Saveset Recovery using RMAN
From: Randy Doering <rdoering2 AT VERIZON DOT NET>
To: NETWORKER AT LISTSERV.TEMPLE DOT EDU
Date: Thu, 3 May 2007 18:59:32 -0400
Well, I'm assuming that (after reading some NMO documentation, and getting no answer here) that a "saveset recovery" of a backup (between the browse time and retention time) would require a "scanner" command to bring the client file indexes back into the browsable timeframe so that RMAN (from the Oracle client) can then do a recovery of the backedup data.
Is this correct?

Thanks,
Randy

----- Original Message ----- From: "Randy Doering" <rdoering2 AT VERIZON DOT NET>
To: <NETWORKER AT LISTSERV.TEMPLE DOT EDU>
Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2007 12:20 PM
Subject: [Networker] Saveset Recovery using RMAN


Hello, we are using Networker 7.3.2 (Jumbo 11) on a Linux Server.

We have NMO version 4.2-1 installed on the Oracle Client.

We have Browse/Retention setup for 30/90 days.

We can Restore the database files if they are within the 30 days browse time.
If there an RMAN way to restore database file which fall between the
browse and retention times?
I'm not trying to use "recover -S" or saveset recover on the server side,
but would like to have the DBA use an equivalent command/script on the
Oracle side.
Using nsrnmoinfo:
nsrnmoinfo -s networker /PJASMINE_t620870848_s20052_LVL_1/
/PJASMINE_t620870848_s20052_LVL_1/: (Inside of the browse time).
       000262 at /dev/nst9 (save time 1177560450)

nsrnmoinfo -s networker /PJASMINE_t618028080_s18488_LVL_1/
/PJASMINE_t618028080_s18488_LVL_1/: (Outside of the browse time).
       No volumes found.

The savsets all show up with mminfo -vt command on the server side.

Thanks,
Randy

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