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Steps to recover a tablespace, provide proper order
A. Run RMAN to restore/recover.
B. Check on recovery completion.
C. Check status of the database.
D. Take a backup.
E. List data files that need to be restored.
Answer: C, E, A, B, D
To recover a tablespace with recovery manager you need: check the status of the
database, list data files that need to be restored, run RMAN to restore and recover the
data files, check on recovery completion and then check status of the database.
Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 683-586
Chapter 14: Database Failure and Recovery
You perform an incomplete database recovery using RMAN. Which state of target
database is needed?
C. Open, initially open.
D. Open, initially closed.
For an incomplete database recovery, using RMAN, the target database is needed to be in
MOUNT state. RMAN can be used for the complete recovery of databases, tablespaces,
and datafiles in a few ways: you can perform a complete database recovery, recover
individual tablespaces, or recover datafiles and move them to new locations.
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