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HI, guys there is any another way to get  parallelism in RMAN without channel allocation
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Explain the background or why and what exactly you are looking for ?
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As a standard feature, allocate channel is the one to parallelize. other than this no solution heard.
But explain ur case in detail. So people can think of more....
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