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Oracle 9i exp utility

Posted on 2011-03-02
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Is it possible to give a remote server path in the exp utility parameter.
For ex:

exp USERID=user/pwd TABLES= table_A FILE=/remote/server/path/table_a_dump.dmp@remoteservername user/pwdforremoteserver

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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 167 total points
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>>table_a_dump.dmp@remoteservername

No.  It isn't like connecting to a database server the way you do in sqlplus.

Now if you are meaning to export data from a remote database to a local server then it goes:

exp USERID=user/pwd@remoteservername  TABLES= table_A FILE=/remote/server/path/table_a_dump.dmp
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you can write to a remote file only if the remote filesystem is mounted locally.

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The only way you could achieve this, as sdstuber pointed, is to mount locally the remote filesystem.

A way to make it is using NFS or SAMBA.

However... if you install the Oracle client in another machine, you can connect with exp remotelly and make that export.

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Ok Thanks!
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