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How to clone  a large database
Size: 40tbs

Linx RHEL5
Oracle 11gr2
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 1000 total points
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I assume you have ruled out RMAN DUPLICATE?

Short of that:
create a duplicate database on the destination with the same file names
shutdown the source
ftp the datafiles over
startup both


If you are using *nix, you can compress the datafiles before you ftp them and save on transfer time.

You can probably to it all in-stream with pipes so you don't have to store the compressed files on disk to save some write times.
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Hi,

In 11g R2 we can even clone the database actively

Active Database Duplication   ==>  New feature.


DUPLICATE DATABASE TO <new_dbname> FROM ACTIVE DATABASE  SPFILE  NOFILENAMECHECK;

See the link for Active database duplication

http://www.oracle-base.com/articles/11g/duplicate-database-using-rman-11gr2.php



We can perform this based on scn we can clone the database actively to other location.




Thanks,
Ramesh G
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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>>In 11g R2 we can even clone the database actively

Still using the RMAN DUPLICATE command which was mentioned previously.
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Thanks, You put me to the right track and now I am going through the docs.
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