A status of "obsolete" means the backup piece is still available, but it is no longer needed. The backup piece...
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is no longer needed since RMAN has been configured to no longer need this piece after so many days have elapsed, or so many backups have been performed. RMAN's retention configuration determines when a backup piece becomes obsolete.
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