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Nuances of Oracle Managed Files (OMF) and RMAN

Submitted by sskorupi on Wed, 05/20/2015 - 12:57

Oracle Managed Files (OMF) have many advantages, but the fact that such files could coexist in the same database with manually added (and named) ones, could sometimes lead to confusion. Situation is made worse by the fact, that there is no straightforward way (at least of which I'm aware of...or rather was - please check the comment of Mikhail Velikikh) to say if the file is Oracle managed or not. Oracle documentation seems to confirm this:

Backups in Data Guard environment

Submitted by sskorupi on Fri, 09/05/2014 - 12:36

Physical standby databases seem to be ideal candidates for offloading backups from primary ones. Instead of "wasting" resources (unless you're already using Active Data Guard for example), you could avoid affecting primary performance while backing up your database, especially if your storage is under heavy load even during normal (user- or application-generated) workload. So, if you're seeking for good reasons to convince your boss/finance department/etc.

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