Performing Oracle Backups
You can back up Oracle databases, log files, or Oracle datafiles and tablespaces. You can back up the database when it is online or offline. If the database must be accessible and you have a small backup window, run a series of online backups for different database portions.
You can perform a full, incremental or cumulative backup.
A full backup includes the database, the log files, and the control file.
An incremental backup contains the changed data from the last successful backup. Incremental backups use fewer resources than full backups. If you do not have any successful backups and you perform an incremental backup, the incremental backup is considered a full backup and all data is backed up.
- From the navigation pane, go to Protect > Databases > DB Instances.
The Instances page appears.
- On the Instances tab, from the View list next to Instances, select Oracle.
The Instances page for Oracle appears.
- To select an instance, on the Instances tab, click the instance name.
The instance properties page appears.
- To select a subclient, in the Subclients section of the Overview tab, click the subclient name.
The subclient properties page appears.
- On the subclient Overview tab, click Back up.
The Select backup level dialog box appears.
- Select the backup level for the backup operation:
- To perform a full backup operation, select Full.
- To perform an incremental backup operation, select Incremental.
- To perform a cumulative backup operation, select Incremental, and then select the Cumulative check box.
- To receive an email message when the backup operation is complete, select the When the job completes, notify me via email check box.
- Click OK.
The Backup started dialog box appears.
- Optional: View the job details. Click the job ID.
- Optional: To view the RMAN log for the backup job, click View RMAN Log.
- Click OK.
What to Do Next
You can control or view the job. For more information, see Jobs.
Last modified: 10/19/2019 2:51:55 AM