RMAN can optionally break up large files into sections and back up and restore these sections independently. This feature is built into RMAN. You can use it by creating multisection backups, which break up the files generated for the backup set into separate files. This can be done for backup sets and image copies. Each … Continue reading Oracle RMAN Multi-Section Feature
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 lossRecovering from the loss of the control fileRecovering from the loss of all control filesRecovering from the loss of an inactive redo log fileRecovering from the … Continue reading Oracle Backup & Recovery Hands-on Practice – Oracle Database 18c VM
I got this question from one of my clients. He is going to migrate one database from one platform to another. In this database many users are sharing the same tablespace. For example: In the current database, all application users are sharing the tablespaces “USERS” The client wants to change this, so as each schema … Continue reading Is it possible to map one Tablespace to many Tablespaces with impdp?
As, I already have access to one Oracle Cloud Free Compute Instance (Oracle Linux), then I decided to install Oracle database 19c there and create a test database. This time, I'll use a different technique by installing Oracle Database rpm.Oracle delivered the oracle database software as rpm for Linux since Oracle 18c. Installation procedure is … Continue reading Oracle Database 19c (19.3) Installation on the Oracle Cloud Compute Instance.
Starting from Oracle 11gR1, oracle allows us to change a table to be a read-only table. Let us have a quick demo: I'm connecting as user HR ( to a 19c pluggable database). I have a small table "DEPT": So, now I'm going to change the table to be read only table: Now let us … Continue reading Oracle Read Only Tables
Scott schema is the most famous oracle database demo schema that is available since 1990 !. Scott is a database user used for demonstration purposes containing the famous EMP, DEPT, BONUS and SALGRADE tables.This account was named after Bruce Scott (co-author and co-architect of Oracle v1 to v3) and the password was the name of his daughter's cat, Tiger. … Continue reading How to create the Scott Demo Database Schema?
In this post, I'm going to explain how to install Oracle sample schemas, if they are not already installed. If you created a database sing DBCA , you can select to install the sample schemas: Or you can install sample schemas manually after the database creation as explained in this post. Download the Scripts: Starting … Continue reading Installing Oracle Sample Schemas (19.3)
This is a quick post about installing Oracle Database 19c (19.3) on my laptop (Windows 10). Procedure will be presented as screen cast. As far as I remember, Oracle 19c was released during Mar-2019 for Linux, and during Apr-2019 for SPARC Solaris and during Jun-2019 for Windows,zLinux , HP and AIX Software Download: First of … Continue reading Oracle Database 19c (19.3) Installation on Windows (Step-by-Step)