Can I write scripts to back up and restore databases in Oracle 8.0.6? If yes, can I execute these scripts from...
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You can certainly write backup/restore scripts! There are a ton of great sites online that can give you a headstart with lots of scripts that have already been written. How your scripts will need to be created will depend on things like whether you use a cold or hot backup method, your operating system (Windows, Unix, Linux....) and whether you use RMAN or not.
Here's a few good links for you to search:
- http://www.think-forward.com/sqltips.htm (multiple backup/recovery scripts)
- http://www.dbaclick.com/forums/archive/16/1225.html (example Windows script)
- http://www.orafaq.com/faqscrpt.htm#BRR (multiple backup/recovery scripts)
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