Join David Yahalom for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Oracle Database 12c: Backup and Recovery.
- [Instructor] Also included in this course is an Exercise Files folder. Inside this folder, you will find files with the SQL scripts and SQL commands, which are used throughout this course in the various hands-on demos. Be sure to modify and rename any file paths which appear in the exercise files to a location that makes sense in your own environment. Similarly, for Oracle database names. If you choose to run the exercises on a different Oracle database or Oracle 12c Pluggable Database, be mindful to rename the database names where they appear in the exercise files.
- Complete vs. incomplete recovery
- Point-in-time recovery
- Failure categories
- Preparing the virtual machine
- Performing user-managed backups
- Restoring from manual backups
- Performing full and incremental backups with RMAN
- Recovering a PDB and CDB
- Exporting and importing data with Oracle Data Pump
- Performing logical backups with Data Pump
- Using Flashback Query, Table, and Database
- Creating restore points
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Backup and Recovery Core Concepts
2. Failure Categories and Backup Types
3. Preparing the Course VM
4. User-Managed Backups
5. Recovery Manager (RMAN)
6. Oracle Data Pump
7. Oracle Flashback
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