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Is it possible to take a backup of a database that has multiple files within the primary file group (10 total in this example) and restore that backup to a new database that has only one file in the primary file group? THanks, Lee
I have taken a rman backup without controlfiles and i am not using recovery catalog i am uisng target database. NOw i lost all datafile s,controlfiles and redolog files.How do i get my databse up and running.