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Hi,

  I want to delete some unuseful backup files ( files from backups that failed or not needed for recovery)   and do some cleanning with RMAN backup directory.

  What command should i use for that ? - delete from server physical backp files no needed for recovery or from backups that failed

  Regards,
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If you have space problems, it sounds like you need to adjust your backup and recovery strategy.  You should only keep a few days on disk and the rest on tape.

Deleting 'failed' backups will likely not 'fix' a space issue for long.


You can manually delete the files then do a crosscheck.

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/backup.112/e10642/rcmmaint.htm#BRADV89624

Just make sure you know what ones you are deleting.
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