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Oracle 9i on  Solaris 8 - Backup Scripts

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I have installed Oracle 9i on  Solaris 8. I need to schedule a back up every day.
It will be great if you can provide a script to take the back up at regular intervals.

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Surendranadh
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Although those links appear to answer the question, a quick scan makes me think they are prior to RMan.  I suggest you read up on RMan prior to making a backup strategy and spending a lot of time figuring out the scripts.

If you choose not to use RMan in the backup strategy, then the mentioned scripts should be able to help.
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Also a good option for a backup strategy is Oracle 9i Data Guard (standby database).

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