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db_recovery_file_dest file structures.

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Hi,

  I have two database instances ( instance_a and instance_b ).    Both instances have the following configuration.  :

db_recovery_file_dest                                  string                                       U:\FRA
db_recovery_file_dest_size big                          integer                                  500G


  When i go into the directory U:\FRA  i found a directory U:\FRA\instance_a\BACKUPSET also U:\FRA\QMS01DEV\DATAFILE and U:\FRA\QMS01DEV\ONLINELOG

   But for instance_b there is nothing created.

  When does the database create this file structures ?  

  It is created by RMAN or by ?

  When it is created ?
 
  Regards,
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Not sure, but I believe ONLINELOG is created by archiver and BACKUPSET by rman.

And DATAFILE should not be under FRA unless you specifically created dbf files under the 'FRA' directory instead of the "oradata" (your db data directory).
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