Oracle Backup & Recovery Hands-on Practice – Oracle Database 18c VM

Do you want to practice recovering from the following common failures (with a guided step-by-step procedure)?:

  • Recovering from a critical file loss (SYSTEM , UNDO)
  • Recovering from a non-critical file loss
  • Recovering from the loss of the control file
  • Recovering from the loss of all control files
  • Recovering from the loss of an inactive redo log file
  • Recovering from the loss of current redo log file
  • Recovering a lost read-only tablespace
  • Recovering a tablespace without a backup
  • Recovering from the loss of a parameter file
  • Recovering from the loss of the Password file
  • Recovering a Tempfile
  • Recovering from an Encrypted Backup
  • Recovering a lost Encryption Wallet
  • Recovering a dropped table
  • Repairing Block corruption
  • Database Complete Recovery
  • Database Incomplete Recovery (PITR)
  • Tablespace point-in-time recovery (TSPITR)
  • Table point-in-time recovery (TPITR)
  • Recovering Database that is configured in NOARCHIVELOG mode.
  • Instance crash recovery
  • Using Flashback table
  • Performing Flashback Database
  • Transporting a Tablespace
  • Duplicating a database
  • Using the Data Recovery Advisor to diagnose and repair database failures

Then the following virtual machine is for you.


** The machine comes with many labs and is mainly designed to practice the oracle database backup and recovery workshop.

This machine has the following components:
** Oracle Linux 6.9 with kernel UEK4
** Oracle Database 18c (18.3) is fully installed and configured
** Container database “orcl” is up and running with one pluggable database pdb1
** Container database “cdbaux” is up and running with one pluggable database rcat.
This database will hold the rman recovery catalog.

For more information on how to get this VM and other similar machines, please refer to:
https://ahmedfattah.com/2020/06/13/oracle-virtual-machines-for-sale/

This machine is machine number 4 in the table.

Thanks
Ahmed

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