Use this dialog box to select restore options. Not all options appear in all dialog boxes.
For information on the Oracle Live Sync options, see Live Sync.
Restore in place
Specifies that you want to run an in-place restore operation, which restores to the same machine and instance.
Restore out of place
Specifies that you want to run an out-of-place restore operation, which restores to any instance on another machine or to another instance on the same machine.
RMAN Duplicate DB
Specifies that you want to duplicate the database, or create a standby database.
Specifies that you want to clone a Pluggable Database (PDB).
Displays the name of the client computer to which the selected data will be restored. Select a client from the list to change the destination computer.
The list includes the following clients:
- Established clients within the CommCell.
- Clients with operating systems that support the cross-platform restore operation from this client.
By default, data is restored to the same computer from which it was backed up.
If you want to restore the database to a new SID, then select the destination instance name from the list.
You must restore to a new destination when you restore to a new instance.
For a database duplication operation, select the destination instance name from the list.
Number of streams to use for restore
Use this space to set the number of data channels through which data is restored.
Displays the connect string for the catalog database. The recovery catalog contains metadata about RMAN operations for each registered database. This metadata information is useful when you want to restore and recover the database after a crash or corruption.
Use the three fields (spaces) to type the connect string for the catalog database. Use the first field to type the recovery catalog database user ID. Use the second field to type the password for the user ID, and use the third field to type the recovery catalog service name.
When restoring backups with recovery catalog, the connect string details used during the backup are automatically displayed here.
Specifies whether to enable options for creating a duplicate database that has a different configuration than the target database. Selecting this option will allow you to configure the duplicate database.
Skip Read Only
Specifies whether the read-only tablespaces are checked for consistency. If the tablespaces are not consistent, or if they are missing, they are restored. Otherwise, they are not restored. When cleared, the read-only tablespaces are not checked for consistency and restored from the backup.
Specifies whether to open the duplicate database in restricted mode (applicable only for Oracle 10g and higher). Selecting this option will enable a restricted session in the duplicate database when it is opened.
Use this space to specify the location of the STARTUP PFILE that will be used to start up the duplicate database.
Duplicate for Standby
Specifies whether the database being duplicated is to be used as a standby database. Selecting this option creates a standby database with the same configuration as the target database.
Restore Control File
Specifies whether to restore the control file from the latest control file backup or from a backup piece to its original location or to a new location.
Restore Archive Log
Specifies whether to restore the archived redo log files. Selecting this option allows you to choose the options for restoring the archive logs.
Restore SP File
Specifies whether to restore the server parameter file (SP File). Selecting this option allows you to choose the options for restoring the server parameter file.
By default, this option is selected along with Recover option. Selecting this option will allow you to choose the options for restoring the datafiles.
By default, this option is selected along with Restore Data option. Selecting this option will allow you to choose the options for recovering the database after a restore.
Specifies whether the system will refer to the Recovery Catalog database when recovering the target database. If this option is selected, the system will instead refer to the target database's control files. Use this option if the Recovery Catalog database has been corrupted or if you did not use the Recovery Catalog database to back up the data.
When cleared, the system looks up the Recovery Catalog database when recovering the target database. This option can be used only if the CONTROL FILE exists.
Use Snap Restore
This option is applicable when IntelliSnap backup is configured for the agent.
After selecting this option, the advanced restore dialog box displays only the options applicable for snap restore.
The latest Database View
By default, displays the database tree as it existed in the latest backup. Use the tree structure to establish either an entire or partial database restore by selecting the appropriate entity.
If you specify a point-in-time when you click New Browse, the database tree as existing in the specified point-in-time is displayed.
Displays the state of the database. (OPEN, MOUNTED, STARTED or SHUTDOWN)
Click to refresh the screen with the current status of the database
Click to display the Specify Point-in-Time dialog box, which allows to you to select the options to restore from the following:
- Latest backup
- Backup from a specific point in time.
By default, the database tree is displayed in the latest backup data pane. It is suitably refreshed based on the selected option.
Click to select additional restore options.
Restore to the archived database.
Specifies the client that contains the archived database
- Database Name
Specifies the archived database.
Restore to the Source Database.
Restore to the source database.
Redirect Path for archive data files
Specify the path used for redirecting the archive data files. Use Browse to locate it.
Click to display the restore script, based on the selected restore options, that will be submitted to RMAN when restores are performed for the selected Oracle client.
Save As Script
Click to open the Save As Script dialog, which allows you to save this operation and the selected options as a script file (in XML format). The script can later be executed from the Command Line Interface using qoperation execute command.
When you save an operation as a script, each option in the dialog will have a corresponding XML parameter in the script file. When executing the script, you can modify the value for any of these XML parameters.
For more information on restores performed from the command line, see Command Line Interface for Oracle iDataAgent.
The client that is the destination for the Live Sync operation.
The instance that is the destination for the Live Sync operation.
Baseline for Sync
- Use most recent full backup
Select this option when you want to use the latest full backup for the Live Sync operation.
- Run a new full backup
Select this option when you want to run a full backup for the Live Sync operation.
Number of Streams
Type the number of streams that the software will use for the replication.
Last modified: 6/6/2019 4:02:26 AM