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SAP on Oracle - Backup and Recovery

Here we provide information on how to back up and recover your Oracle database.


Getting Started

Backup Strategy for Oracle

This SAP whitepaper describes how to develop a backup strategy for an Oracle database using examples based on BRBACKUP and BRARCHIVE.

 

Disaster Recovery for Oracle

This SAP whitepaper describes how to restore your Oracle system step-by-step with BRRESTORE in the event of a crash.

 

Restore and Recovery (print extract from DB Guide)

This is a print extract on Oracle Restore and Recovery from the SAP Help Portal document "SAP Database Guide: Oracle.


More Information - Strategies

Oracle Standby Database

This SAP whitepaper describes how to use the Oracle standby database, including support from BRBACKUP and BRARCHIVE

 

Split Mirror Disk Backup for Oracle 

This SAP whitepaper describes how to perform a split mirror disk backup - either online or offline - for an Oracle database.


More Information - Tools

BR*Tools to Back Up the Oracle Database

This SAP whitepaper describes how to use BR*Tools - BRBACKUP, BRARCHIVE, BRRESTORE, BRRECOVER - to back up the Oracle databse.

 

BR*Tools with Oracle Recovery Manager

This SAP whitepaper describes how to use BR*Tools - BRBACKUP, BRARCHIVE, BRRESTORE, BRRECOVER - with Oracle Recovery Manager to back up the Oracle database.

 

Robot Control for Oracle Using BR*Tools

This SAP whitepaper describes how to use BR*Tools - BRBACKUP, BRARCHIVE, BRRESTORE - with robot control of storage media.

 

BC-BRI BACKINT Interface for Oracle Databases

This SAP Interface Specification defines and specifies the BACKINT interface for use with Oracle databases at SAP.

 

BC-BRI-SPLITINT Interface for Oracle Databases 

This interface specification defines and specifies the SPLITINT interface for use with Oracle databases at SAP.

SAP Tape Tools

 

Based on the Windows tape backup interface, we've produced our own tape access and administration functions to completely replace the MKS tape tools. For more information, see SAP Note 1173119.

 

Setting up Oracle 11g Data Guard for SAP customers

The document explains the structure of a physical standby database with Oracle Data Guard in an SAP environment and indicates all the steps needed to successfully install and configure an Oracle Data Guard system with a physical standby database.

 

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