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12c: Restoring and Recovering Files Over the Network (Doc ID 2011074.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 Oracle Database 12c Release :

RMAN restores database files, over the network, from a physical standby database by using the FROM SERVICE clause of the RESTORE command. The FROM SERVICE clause provides the service name of the physical standby database from which the files must be restored. During the restore operation, RMAN creates backup sets, on the physical standby database, of the files that need to be restored and then transfers these backup sets to the target database over the network.

Use the SECTION SIZE clause of the RESTORE command to perform a multisection restore operation. To encrypt the backup sets created on the physical standby database, use the SET ENCRYPTION command before the RESTORE command to specify the encryption algorithm used.

To transfer files from the physical standby database as compressed backup sets, use the USING COMPRESSED BACKUPSET clause in the RESTORE command. By default, RMAN compresses backup sets using the algorithm that is set in the RMAN configuration. You can override the default and set a different algorithm by using the SET COMPRESSION ALGORITHM command before the RESTORE statement.


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 Restoring and Recovering Files Over the Network


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