Updating multiple tables in a ms access database

Here, I will restore the database up till AM today (3/11/16): login oracle PROD export NLS_DATE_FORMAT='MM/DD/YY: HH24: MI: SS' cd $ORACLE_HOME/dbs ls -ltr PROD*ctl | tail -1 -rw-r----- 1 oracle dba 2035712 Mar 10 PROD_rbkou8ro_1_1_ctl ls -ltr PROD*spf | tail -1 -rw-r----- 1 oracle dba 24576 Mar 10 PROD_rakou8rm_1_1_spf rman target / startup force mount sql 'alter system enable restricted session'; drop database; YES exit rman target / startup force nomount restore controlfile from 'PROD_rbkou8ro_1_1_ctl'; restore spfile from 'PROD_rakou8rm_1_1_spf'; alter database mount; host 'ls -ltr /orcl/oradata/PROD/archivelogs'; shows the following archivelog was created before : -rw-r----- 1 oracle dba 2096128 Mar 11 arch_PROD_0001_0614109426_0000060193this is sequence number 60193.

restore database until sequence 60193; exit sqlplus "/ as sysdba" startup force mount recover automatic database until time '2016-03-:00' using backup controlfile; alter database open resetlogs; exit Remove audit files (just shows shutdowns and startups): cd /pgms/oradata/PROD/audit find .

Using a script in Oracle 12c (clonedb.pl, which can also be found in a Metalink note that can be used with Oracle 11g R2), a second set of mapped datafiles can be created to hold just the changes (DDL, DML) to that base copy.

So, using this process, you can create numerous clones occupying a very small space apiece (relative to current cloning techniques) in a very short "cloning" time (around 2 minutes apiece).

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Click Application Server: ias904AS.Click Ports at top of page. My Banner, Oracle, and Linux health check script points out potential and upcoming problems to address, such as disk space for the tablespaces filling up and jobsub output tables growing too large, and the steps to fix them.

You can also download the slides for the presentation in Microsoft Power Point format, including the viewer (totalling around 3,483 K in size).How about backing up your database quickly, either a full backup or an incremental backup, without taking your database down?How about cloning your database, either on the same server or across servers?And, it also provides a way to service multiple clones derived from a base image database created through RMAN.The base image database contains all of the database data up to the time that the RMAN image backup was created.

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