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how can we  setup and configuration of Rman backup jobs.
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Even though the previous post is considered a blink link and should be deleted per:
http://support.experts-exchange.com/customer/portal/articles/1162518-using-off-site-content-on-experts-exchange?b_id=44

I'm going to let the stay because they are the best way to answer this question.

RMAN is pretty complex and can be configured based on your specific requirements.  There is no one way to set it up.

You need to figure out your specific requirements then tailor your RMAN script to meet them.

We cannot tell you because we do not know your system.
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yes the link helped..
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