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Client lost a table - Db from 1 tera I have a good coldbackup from 5-13 -No archivelog db

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Client lost a table - Db from 1 tera I have a good coldbackup from 5-13 -No archivelog db

No export for that particular table.

Can I recover that table from a coldbackup?
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LindaC

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Wow johnsone, if this comes ok, you will be the new and greatest super-hero.

Can it be in another database inside the same server?
Adding a san disk for the recovery of those dbf's from NEtbackup?
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I prefer a different server so mistakes cannot be make affecting the real database.  However, it can be done on the same server.  On the same server, shutting down the original instance is the safest way to go.  Be sure to use a different SID, as you cannot have 2 SIDs with the same name on the same server.

I'm not 100% sure same server with both databases up will work.  I haven't done that in a long time.  I thought that the lock file has the database name and not the SID, in which case you couldn't bring up 2 databases with the same name, even if they have different SIDs.  If you have an issue with the lock file, you would need to create a new ORACLE_HOME and put the restored database in that home.  That should get around the lock file problem.
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Database version 9.2