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At the time of RMAN recovery and backup database should be in archivelog mode or not...
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Hello dbaseek,

your database should be in archivelog mode all the time.

As mentioned in the former question, archive logs are backups of the redo logs, so in the worst case they are only obsolete.

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Also check:

Oracle Concepts - Archived redo logs &  archivelog mode
http://www.dba-oracle.com/concepts/archivelog_archived_redo_logs.htm


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