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Backup multiplex?

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Hi,

I have control file/archive log files multiplexed. I am wondering usually should I backup every copy and restore each to its original location, or I can just backup one and restore it to all the locations. Thanks

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Just one copy, they are all the same.
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in case that you lose them, just restore one copy and make duplicates and rename them.
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