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ORA-19505: failed to identify file "/opt/oracle/OraHome1/oradata/arch/1_600.dbf"

Posted on 2006-06-28
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i get the above error when doing RMAN backups, is there any way to make orcle know this file has gone and not to wory about it ?

once i can get RMAN going again i will do a full backup
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resynchronize the catalog using RESYNC command in RMAN.


# connect in catalog mode and resynchronize
rman TARGET / CATAOG rman/rman@catdb
RMAN> RESYNC CATALOG;
RMAN> exit;

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Thanks a lot!

google was not helping me ;-)
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