Anda di halaman 1dari 3

DATABASE CLONING USING COLD BACKUP | LINUX

CLONING ORACLE DATABASE FROM SERVER TO SERVER SAME DIRECTORY STRUCTURE : SOURCE DATABASE : orcl on SERVR01 TARGET DATABASE : orcl on SERVER02 SOURCE IP : 192.168.1.200 SERVER01 TARGET IP : 192.168.1.168 SERVER02 Install Oracle software on target server (choose Install only option in OUI ). No need to create any database. CREATE DIRECTORIES FOR ADMIN LOG FILES $ cd /u01/app/oracle/admin $ mkdir orcl $ cd orcl $ mkdir adump bdump cdump pfile udump dpdump $ cd CREATE DIRECTORIES FOR PHYSICAL FILES $ cd /u01/app/oracle/oradata/ $ mkdir orcl $ cd As i said , if we have same locations in clone server as source, then we do NOT need to create control file again just copy all files then directly we can start the database. Exploring the Oracle DBA Technology by Gunasekaran ,Thiyagu

DATABASE CLONING USING COLD BACKUP | LINUX

DIRECTORIES FOR orcl DATABASE - SERVER02

SHUT SOURCE DATABASE TO TAKE COLD BACKUP TAKE BACKUP OF SOURCE DATABASE - SERVER01

Exploring the Oracle DBA Technology by Gunasekaran ,Thiyagu

DATABASE CLONING USING COLD BACKUP | LINUX

I RECEIVED ALL DATABASE FILES - IN SERVER02

Connect as sysdba and Startup the database

In this article , we did NOT recreate control file . If the directory structure is same , we can copy all required files and startup the database. If we wish to change DBID or DBNAME , we can.

Exploring the Oracle DBA Technology by Gunasekaran ,Thiyagu