Start the database into nomount stage. RMAN-06172: No autobackup found or specified handle is not a valid copy or piece. 3- creating of touch file (NO.RESTRICTION) on Netbackup server. You are using "restore controlfile from autobackup", the backup is on tape, you've allocated the tape channels and any necessary media manager (tape) parameters for an alternate host restore (if such a restore is happening), but the restore fails with RMAN-06172 errors. Applies to: Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 10.2.0.2 and later Information in this document applies to any platform. Dopo il restore dei control file il db deve essere aperto in modalit RESETLOGS a causa dei cambiamenti del control file.

Step-5. channel c1: backup set complete, elapsed time: 00:01:53 Finished backup at 22-JUL-20. I have Oracle 19c (Version 19.11.0.0.0) database running on RedHat Linux and I have backed up with following command. Applies to: Oracle Database - Standard Edition - Version 10.1.0.2 and later z*OBSOLETE: Microsoft Windows Microsoft Windows Symptoms.

When using a CLI restore of an autobackup controlfile to a new server with no catalog the restore fails after searching 7 days of history: RMAN> restore controlfile from autobackup; NetVault --- MMS SBT sbtinit method.

connected to target database: OEM (not mounted) RMAN> restore controlfile from '/nfs/install/oemdb/cf2.f'; Starting restore at 20-MAY-16 using target database control file instead of recovery catalog allocated channel: ORA_DISK_1 channel ORA_DISK_1: SID=474 device type=DISK channel ORA_DISK_1: copied control file copy output file First time working with RMAN, and I'm having trouble doing a restore following the backup. baoyuhang0 CC 4.0 BY-SA . Instead it generates a list of potential names and queries NetBackup for each until either one is found in a backup image or the list is exhausted. This is a Recovery Manager Message. 03-09-2012 03:49 PM. Take cold backup of completed database as precautions. And if we are restoring to Remote host then it should have the same disk configuration, directory structure, and file-names as Cause: A restore could not proceed because no AUTOBACKUP was found or specified handle is not a valid copy or backup piece. RMAN-6172 attempting to restore controlfile from a backup (Doc ID 1451544.1) Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2019. I was able to restore the standby control file after this. Yes you are right.this is more related to Oracle, not Networker. For more information about the Recovery Manager, refer to the Oracle Recovery Manager User's Guide and the Oracle User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide. In case of restore from autobackup, it may be the case that a backup exists, but it does not satisfy the criteria specified in the user's restore operands. Restore the controlfile from the backup set: failure of restore Example backup process: Note: The datafile names will need to be renamed when moving from ASM to non ASM when doing the restore/recovery on the standby side. If the AUTOBACKUP was created with non-default AUTOBACKUP format, then specify the AUTOBACKUP format using the SET CONTROLFILE AUTOBACKUP FORMAT command. Hi, In 9i, RMAN sets autobackup off as well device type to disk by default. The first step would be to immediately shut down the database: SQL> shut abort; ORACLE instance shut down. i tried the below script but it seems RMAN doesn't recognize the controlfiles here is my script. The backup pieces was transferred to oracle 11g server manually in binary mode.

Restore control file backup from autobackup or last backup present if control database is not open direct in mount state otherwise skip this step. RMAN uses backup optimization when the following conditions are true: Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 16:06:14 -0700.

Using the catalog recovery area or catalog db_recovery_file_dest, all backup sets, image copies, and archive logs in the flash recovery area are cataloged. After you mount the control file, the RMAN repository is available, and RMAN can restore the datafiles and find the archived redo logs. 1.357restore. Here is the procedures we usually take.

Step 2: Restore the Database. Hi @Muhammad Abdullah ,. After restoration, we need to open the database with the RESETLOGS keyword. Backup is then copied to standby node. . From: Stalin Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 16:06:14 -0700 Message-ID: . RMAN-06101: no channel to restore a backup or copy of the control file. Attachment: RMAN backup.log (Size: 951.11KB, Downloaded 567 times) RMAN-06172. When trying to restore a controlfile from an rman backup this error is received: For example: Changes Cause Backup is performed on primary Node, using compressed rman backup.

channel ORA_DISK_1: starting datafile backup set restore. RMAN> run { 2> set controlfile autobackup format for device type 'sbt_type' to '%F'; 3> allocate channel t1 device type 'sbt_tape'; 4> restore SQL> startup nomount; 3. RMAN Restore generates an RMAN-06172. since you got to restore from tape, you have to either allocate channel of type sbt or change the default device type to sbt to do any restores.

If the recovery catalog in not available, following is the procedure to restore control file or SPFILE: 1. On the navigation bar, click the arrow next to Restore, then click New Restore Job. Bob decides to shutdown the database, start up in nomount mode, restore control files from backup, recover the database and open it for use.

Oracle Database - Standard Edition - Version 10.1.0.2 and later: RMAN-06172 While Restoring Controlfile From Autobackup RMAN-06172 While Restoring Controlfile From Autobackup SQL> alter database open resetlogs; Step 1: Restore ControlFile from Backup.

RMAN> restore controlfile from autobackup; How do I restore my Archivelog sequence?

Unable to Restore Controlfile From RMAN Autobackup. Hi @Muhammad Abdullah ,. RMAN-06172 while restoring control file from RMAN backup to different server in Oracle 19c. backup as compressed backupset database format '/opt/app/BKP/server1/rman/hotbackup/test/fullback_%T_%U'. 5512210329 RMAN:/home/scripts/sddb_backup.rcv 115 GB 09/27/15 SD72LT E The saveset 5342625141 corresponds to backupiece containing tablespace with dropped partition (results of "list backup" recorderd at the time those backups were still visible in RMAN - now RMAN does not see them): Specify the DBID of the database with the SET DBID command. La recuperacion tanto del controlfile como del spfile puede complicarse si recibimos un RMAN-06172 . When backing up a database, make sure you have the autobackup control file feature turned on: $ rman target / RMAN> configure controlfile autobackup on; Also include the archive redo logs as part of the backup, as shown:

how did you backup to tape. If you do not use the default format, then during disaster recovery you must specify the format that was used to generate the autobackups. From: Stalin Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 16:06:14 -0700 Message-ID: . RMAN-06172list backup of xxx RMAN> restore spfile from autobackup; 2RMAN(CHANNEL). Run the above script from the RMAN prompt on the new server. Otherwise, you can get inconsistent control file. With cp we make "current" copy of controlfile. Failure Of Backup Due To Limit Exceeded For Recovery Files Since Cannot Reclaim Disk Space [RMAN-03009,ORA-19809,ORA-19804] 2 can't backup 11.2.0.2 database after catalog upgrade to 11.2.0.4 oracle How RMAN Performs Control File Autobackups.

Move to the Backup Exec Media Server. Answer: The oerr utility shows this for the RMAN-06024 error: RMAN-06024 no backup or copy of the controlfile found to restore.

RMAN-06172: no autobackup found or specified handle is not a valid copy or piece Oracle does not use the RMAN catalog. This is important to mention that my procedure is SUCCESSFUL for FS (file system mode) Oracle databases BUT not for. Additionally, With a control file autobackup, RMAN can recover the database even if the current control file, recovery catalog, and server parameter file are inaccessible.

It isn't gone yet so it only makes sense to use one unless you enjou being on the bleeding edge. allocated channel: ORA_DISK_1. Oracle database 12C restore script. Please check the following The controlfile backup piece provide does not seems to be from a 10 months old job, Its from Nov 7 2021. It isn't gone yet so it only makes sense to use one unless you enjou being on the bleeding edge. i'm trying to create backup restore script .

We will use that number in the SET DBID command.

In case of restore from AUTOBACKUP, it may be the case that a backup exists, but it does not satisfy the criteria specified in the user's restore operands. Otherwise, RMAN cannot restore the autobackup. Recovery of RMAN from just the control file, yet without a control file, is tricky. since you got to restore from tape, you have to either allocate channel of type sbt or change the default device type to sbt to do any restores. Un control file non essere recuperato con il database open perch i control file sono bloccati dalle istanze, quindi occorre chiudere il db e aprirlo in modalit nomount.

Recovery of RMAN from just the control file, yet without a control file, is tricky. How to restore via RMAN? Go to solution. Hi, In 9i, RMAN sets autobackup off as well device type to disk by default. The controlfile is always backed up with the backup database command. I backup whole database to tape, but don't know how to restore it back "diectly" from tape. Take cold backup of completed database as precautions.

Symptoms. Provide a point in time for the control file in the advance restore options ctrl & SPfiles tab Select Restore control File - > Restore from autobackup select to point in time and provide the desired date / time when

SQL> startup nomount; 3. Even though controlfile backup corresponding to "c-2315614121-20151102-02" is visible in mminfo results: to restore from tape you would have to do something like run { allocate channel ch1 type sbt_tape; startup nomount restore controlfile ; alter database mount ; restore database; release channel ch1; } dba1 mcc wrote: I am doing RMAN backup/restore testing (ORACLE 9ir2). Hi, In 9i, RMAN sets autobackup off as well device type to disk by default. Check Backup is validated RMAN> run but run the script from the destination where you want to restore it. Backup has been done with regular RMAN backup with default values to tape with veritas netbackup software. $ sqlplus / as sysdba SQL> alter database open; alter database open * ERROR at line 1: ORA-01589: must use RESETLOGS or NORESETLOGS option for database open. If we have current controlfile - no recovery is needed. RMAN-06172 no AUTOBACKUP found or specified handle is not a valid copy or piece. Provide a point in time for the control file in the advance restore options ctrl & SPfiles tab Select Restore control File - > Restore from autobackup select to point in time and provide the desired date / RMAN RMAN oraclen sunduu yedek alma aracdr. NetVault --- SBT sbtinit2 allocated channel: c1 channel c1: sid=156 devtype=SBT_TAPE channel c1: NetVault Oracle APM v.6.0.17 And if we are restoring to Remote host then it should have the same disk configuration, directory structure, and file-names as 1. I have the RMAN full database backup of oracle 10g (10.2.0.3) on Sun Solaris OS which i want to restore on oracle 11g (11.2.0.3) on Linux OS. The Source DB has been successfully backed up using Simpana.

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 10.2.0.3 to 10.2.0.3 [Release 10.2]: Unable to Restore Controlfile From RMAN Autobackup. Restore of Controlfile from autobackup fails with below errors : Changes Otherwise, RMAN cannot restore the autobackup. RMAN> set dbid 1239150297 executing command: SET DBID RMAN>. oracle- RMAN-03002,RMAN-06172_Z14523299999-. RMAN> Solved! I backup whole database to tape, but don't know how to restore it back "diectly" from tape. When using the SQL Plugin you can restore a SQL Server backup using the windows plugin, and then manually run RESTORE DATABASE. CASE 1 SCENARIO 1: AUTOBACKUP OF CONTROL FILE IS ENABLED.

Description. If no autobackup is found within MAXDAYS days, then RMAN signals an error RMAN-06172 and aborts the restore. If a name is not found to exist, then the error above occurs. Unable to Restore Controlfile From RMAN Autobackup. Cause: A restore could not proceed because no AUTOBACKUP was found or specified handle is not a valid copy or backup piece. 2. () 1. Again we have to pass the entire path along with the control file auto backup name. Yedek alma ile ilgili ilemleri otomatik yapma imkan sunar. The CONVERT DATAFILE command seems like the most appropriate but this assumes you have access to the datafiles to begin with, which as I had stated are wrapped in an RMAN backup, so they are in multiple backup 'pieces'. A control file autobackup lets you restore the RMAN repository contained in the control file when the control file is lost and you have no recovery catalog. The following example uses the catalog start with command: RMAN> catalog start with 'c:\backup'; Starting implicit crosscheck backup at 22-OCT-09. (this is for testing RMAN mechanism) I wrote like this : 1)rman target sys/manager@db 2)in sql*plus shutdown immediate; startup mount exclusive; ALTER DATABASE ARCHIVELOG; 2)CONFIGURE CONTROLFILE AUTOBACKUP FORMAT FOR DEVICE TYPE DISK TO 'g:\db\db_cf%F'; 3)BACKUP DATABASE You can see it from the name of autobackup control files Run the RMAN command restore controlfile from autobackup; Then you see the RMAN-06172 error.

I want to backup via RMAN and delete scott.dept and again restore everything. Ele sempre me aponta RMAN-06172: no AUTOBACKUP found or specified handle is not a valid copy or piece Origem: marte Destino: saturno Why? RMAN-06563: control file or SPFILE must be restored using FROM AUTOBACKUP . RMAN> restore controlfile from autobackup db_recovery_file_dest='/backup/rman/%F' db_name=MSDB; Starting restore at 28-APR-20 using channel ORA_DISK_1 recovery area destination: /backup/rman/%F database name (or database unique name) used for search: MSDB channel ORA_DISK_1: no AUTOBACKUPS found in the Recover Specific Tablespace or Datafile. 2. Restore Specific Datafiles. Controlfile AUTOBACKUP is one of the best option provide by Oracle for backup through RMAN method. Please check the following The controlfile backup piece provide does not seems to be from a 10 months old job, Its from Nov 7 2021.

After you have started the instance with the restored server parameter file, RMAN can restore the control file from an autobackup. Lets get started with step 1: 1. DATABASE. Now mount the database using alter database mount from RMAN. But what happens in this case when we try to restore the SPFILE from the location where the backup has been restored. channel ORA_DISK_1: SID=1471 instance=standby3 device type=DISK. Step by step details of cloning RAC database to standalone using RMAN backup( existing backup can be used) ORACLE DBA. If you do not use the default format, then during disaster recovery you must specify the format that was used to generate the autobackups. RMAN begins the search on the current day, or on a day specified with the RMAN 'SET UNTIL' statement. Controlfile backup has been completed successfully by Networker. RMAN-06172 While Restoring Controlfile From Autobackup (Doc ID 735115.1) Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2022. 2. since you got to restore from tape, you have to either allocate channel of type sbt or change the default device type to sbt to do any restores.

Create an RMAN backup on the source (target) database. Starting Control File and SPFILE Autobackup at 22-JUL-20 piece handle=c-1473061046-20200722-01 comment=API Version 2.0,MMS Version 19.0.0.1 Finished Control File and SPFILE Autobackup at 22-JUL-20 released channel: c1. allocated channel: ORA_DISK_1.

RMAN> restore standby controlfile from service PRIMARY; using target database control file instead of recovery catalog. CASE 1 SCENARIO 2: AUTOBACKUP OF CONTROL FILE IS NOT ENABLED. Start up the database with a pfile/spfile in nomount state In RMAN, set dbid to the target database dbid. How to Restore Oracle Database using RMAN (with Examples) Verify Backup Location. In case of restore Step 3: Recover Database (and ResetLogs) Restore Specific Tablespace. In case of restore from AUTOBACKUP, it may be the case that a backup exists, but it does not satisfy the criteria specified in the user's restore operands. At this point I would guess your choices are to either start over again and take another backup, or to go take a backup of the control file, move it over, and try the restore again. 1. SET ARCHIVELOG DESTINATION TO /fs2/tmp; RESTORE ARCHIVELOG FROM SEQUENCE 101 UNTIL SEQUENCE 200; # Set a new location for logs 201 through 300. Controlfile backup has been completed successfully by Networker. RMAN-06172 no AUTOBACKUP found or specified handle is not a valid copy or piece. This will run a DBA initiated job in Backup exec and will restore the control files. 3- creating of touch file (NO.RESTRICTION) on Netbackup server. Estou tentando fazer um duplicate manual (cpia/restore/recover dos arquivos de backup para outro sv, mas no consigo resturar o control file. RMAN-06172: no autobackup found or specified handle is not a valid copy or piece . Cause: A restore could not proceed because no autobackup was found or the specified handle is not a valid copy or backup piece. (Doc ID 881082.1) John was sure of that. It looks like you can restore an Oracle database using the windows plugin in a similar way which results in the backup files being deposited on the target server. RMAN> restore controlfile from autobackup; In this situation, you can still restore the control file but with a specific backup piece name. Start the database into nomount stage. See Dennis' reply and I suggest you have another look at the Backup and Recovery Manual.

Restore control file backup from autobackup or last backup present if control database is not open direct in mount state otherwise skip this step. I'm trying to restore an spfile as the first step in a cloning procedure from a Simpana backup of a 12c DB (TEST44) to it's duplicate (TEST15). Cause: A control file restore could not proceed because no backup or copy of the control file was found. my procedure : 1- enabling controlfile autoback "on" and configuring channels (RMAN) 2- backing up of control file and tablespaces. 3. Looking at rman output log, it has created backupset file and that included the controlfile. You do not need a On the Primary Server. rman target / cmdfile restore_controlfile.cmd En este punto, podemos llevarnos la sorpresa de que obtenemos un RMAN-06172. CASE 1: LOST ALL CONTROL FILES AND USING FLASH RECOVER AREA (FRA) BUT NOT RECOVERY CATALOG. To find out which backup piece on that backup has the control file backup, we need to query the commserve database with the process mentioned in below link: Restore the Archived Redo Logs.

Yes you are right.this is more related to Oracle, not Networker. If we do: ALTER DATABASE BACKUP CONTROLFILE then we make "old", "not current" controlfile - backup controlfile. 2. See Dennis' reply and I suggest you have another look at the Backup and Recovery Manual. Below are some of the recovery scenarios related to control files. Recovery of RMAN from just the control file, yet without a control file, is tricky. When using the SQL Plugin you can restore a SQL Server backup using the windows plugin, and then manually run RESTORE DATABASE. 2. Please confirm if RMAN can see any backups after control file restore by "list backup" on RMAN prompt.

Yedek alnmasndaki hazrlk ilemleri olan scriptlerin yazlmas, tablespacelerin backup modea ekilmesi gibi aamalar RMAN otomatik olarak gerekletirir.

RMAN> run { 2> set CONTROLFILE AUTOBACKUP FORMAT FOR DEVICE TYPE DISK TO '/u01/backup/%F'; 3> restore spfile from autobackup; 4> } executing command: SET CONTROLFILE AUTOBACKUP FORMAT Starting restore at 17-JUN-13 using I want to backup via RMAN and delete scott.dept and again restore everything.

This is important to mention that my procedure is SUCCESSFUL for FS (file system mode) Oracle databases BUT not for. RMAN-03002: failure of restore command at 01/20/2016 14:45:10.

With the DBID set, we can now recover the control files from the control file autobackup.

RAC modes. Autobackup has been set: CONFIGURE CONTROLFILE AUTOBACKUP ON; CONFIGURE CONTROLFILE AUTOBACKUP FORMAT FOR DEVICE TYPE DISK TO '%F'; # default

However, restore controlfile from autobackup gave the error: RMAN-06172: no AUTOBACKUP found or specified handle is not a valid copy or piece Without the controlfile, the recovery was stuck, even though all the valid pieces were there. RMAN> startup nomount; Connect with SQL prompt and open your database. At this point I would guess your choices are to either start over again and take another backup, or to go take a backup of the control file, move it over, and try the restore again. RMAN-06172: no AUTOBACKUP found or specified handle is not a valid copy or piece. Description.

in short my backup script creating new directory every day from the operating system level and then backup the database using the directory created. RAC modes. This is a Recovery Manager Message.

RMAN-06563: control file or SPFILE must be restored using FROM AUTOBACKUP Cause: RESTORE CONTROLFILE or RESTORE SPFILE was specified without the FROM AUTOBACKUP option when RMAN is not connected to the recovery catalog. Action: If the recovery catalog is available, connect to the recovery catalog and retry the restore. The specified file is not a backup piece produced by the dbms_backup_restore package. For more information about the Recovery Manager, refer to the Oracle Recovery Manager User's Guide and the Oracle User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide. my procedure : 1- enabling controlfile autoback "on" and configuring channels (RMAN) 2- backing up of control file and tablespaces.

RMAN-06026: some targets not found - aborting restore. In this post i will show how to restore CONTROLFILE & SPFILE in different senario 1. when AUTOBACKUP controlfile option is enable/ON and AUTOBACKUP location is 0 Kudos Reply.

06/03/2013 21:21:19 Starting OB2BAR Backup:serveroracle.pamplona.name: pruebas DP Managed Control File Backup "Oracle8" At this point I would guess your choices are to either start over again and take another backup, or to go take a backup of the control file, move it over, and try the restore again. rmanno AUTOBACKUP found or specified handle is not a valid copy or pieceoracle:oinstall huangbaokang CC 4.0 BY-SA Yasuhisa_Ishika. You may use cp only when instance is down or in nomount state. Bug 16012614 ORA-245 on RMAN controlfile backup (Doc ID 16012614.8) After Upgrade To 11.2.0.2 We Recieve Ora-00245 During Autobackup Of The Controlfile. Comon reasons are: RMAN-06172. oracle How RMAN Performs Control File Autobackups. It looks like you can restore an Oracle database using the windows plugin in a similar way which results in the backup files being deposited on the target server.

RMAN-03002: failure of restore command at 06/22/2011 06:20:54 RMAN-06172: no autobackup found or specified handle is not a valid copy or piece I attach in one file log full and incrmental rman backup.