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How we will know that controlfile is backed up or not?



If so where is the default location of controlfile backup ?
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>>How we will know that controlfile is backed up or not?

Depends on what you are using to do your backups.  Most, if not all, backup programs have some sort of log that show what was backed up.

>>If so where is the default location of controlfile backup ?

Depends on what you are using to do the backups.
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what is the default location?
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>>what is the default location?

I already answered this:
It depends on what you are using to perform your backups and how it is configured.
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there should be a default location for sure
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>>there should be a default location for sure

Probably but for me to even begin to guess, I need to know what you are using for backups.
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