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Script to do cold backup using rman

Posted on 2008-10-22
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Hi experts,

Can any one of you please share the shell script to do a cold backup using rman on 10G database.

The script need to check the SID
The script need to do the initial checks like...
status of the database -- open/close/mounted....
status of the backup / is it running or not... if it is running then the script should not kick off again.
Place the database in mount state , take the backup to disk and then open the database and report any errors if occured...

Thanks for your help.
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Any one can you  please provide me the script.
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PS: I'm sure you can figure out the rest.
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The correct answer was provided by the link to the solution, all the OP had to do is write his(her) custom script  "wrapper" based on the solution.
 
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