Backing Up & Recovering Data

Oracle 12c    |    Intermediate
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A key responsibility of an Oracle database administrator is protecting databases from failure. Learn how to back up and recover databases, how to migrate and load data, and how to work with external tables in Oracle Database 12c.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recognize responsibilities for preventing and responding to database, statement, and user process failures in Oracle Database 12c
    describe network failures, user errors and instance failures and describe the Oracle Flashback Technology features in Oracle Database 12c
    describe media failure and distinguish between complete and point-in-time recovery in Oracle Database 12c
    describe the Oracle data protection solutions in Oracle Database 12c
    explain the use of checkpoints, redo log files, and log writers in Oracle Database 12c
    describe and configure instance recovery, and use the Mean Time To Recover (MTTR) Advisor in Oracle Database 12c
    configure and monitor the flash recovery area in Oracle Database 12c
    multiplex control and redo log files in Oracle Database 12c
    configure archiving of redo log files in Oracle Database 12c
  • describe backup solutions in Oracle Database 12c
    describe backup types and the use of the Recovery Manager in Oracle Database 12c
    use the Recovery Manager to configure backup settings in Oracle Database 12c
    implement the Oracle suggested backup strategy and back up a control file to a trace file in Oracle Database 12c
    create backups using RMAN commands and manage backups in Oracle Database 12c
    recover a database and use the Data Recovery Advisor in Oracle Database 12c
    recover from loss of a control file or redo log file in Oracle Database 12c
    recover data files in NOARCHIVELOG and ARCHIVELOG modes in Oracle Database 12c

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