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How to restore a database using RMAN to Point in Time

An Oracle user asks how to restore a database using RMAN to Point in Time.

How would you restore a database using RMAN to Point in Time?
This question can easily be found in this Oracle documentation.

The RMAN command to perform Point In Time Recovery (PITR) is:

RECOVER DATABASE ;

The can take many forms as found here.

You can recovery until a specific SCN, a specific log sequence, a restore point, or a specific time. To recover to a specific point in time, use:

RECOVER DATABASE UNTIL TIME "TO_DATE('12/01/07 13:15','MM/DD/YY HH24:MI')";

This was last published in July 2008

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