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Is there any view to find out the host name in Recovery catalog database?

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I am querying the databases that are not backed up in a catalog database .

I am getting the instances that are not backed up , is there any way to query the host name of the instance.

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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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Based on the list of available views in the docs:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19306_01/backup.102/b14194/rcviews001.htm#sthref1058

I can't find a view that will give you the host.
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by:banumyname
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slightwv  ...i already had alook at that doc ...but no use

any way Thanks  a lot
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Leave this open for a while.  Maybe other Experts that use a recovery catalog will know things I don't.
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will do ...
Thanks slightwv
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Rindbaek earned 500 total points
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I dont think its build in.

One solution could be to create a custom table binding hostname to RC_DATABASE.DB_KEY and than use that in your select as well.  The bad thing is of cause that this table has to be maintained manually.

I dont know if this will violate the license for the use of the catalog tough.
 



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Thanks Rindbaek...
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