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Hey I was requested to test all the recovery senarios for hotbackup and cold backup. I would appreciate if anyone could provide the nice and easy documentation for it
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http://www.orafaq.com/wiki/Oracle_database_Backup_and_Recovery_FAQ
There are backup agents/client i.e. TSM, bacula, etc.
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i would recomend you to use ORACLE BY EAMPLE and then implement on your system.

check this : http://st-curriculum.oracle.com/obe/db/10g/r1/2day_dba/backup/backup.htm
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Please find  [the check list]   below attachment for some backup and recover list.

BackupAndRecoveryChecklist.pdf
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that all depends on what backup you took
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We have hot backup and cold backup
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>> test all the recovery senarios

There is really no way to test 'all' scenarios.  Typically disaster recovery plans have documented test plans.

I would check with your employer to see what tests they want to cover.
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I mean recover if datafile (system datafile and regular datafile), redo logfile, archive logfile, controlfile missing and if full database crashed from cold backup and hot backup. I really appreciate your help. Thanks for your time and help in advance
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If none of the links above help you I suggest you refer to the backup and recovery guide in the online docs.
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Here's the Backup and Recovery online documentation from Oracle.  It should be able to walk your through what you need:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19306_01/backup.102/b14192/toc.htm
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