cglendenning Posted June 3, 2002 Report Share Posted June 3, 2002 Greetings, As a former Dantz employee (Tech Support) I know that any product that Dantz develops is given tremendous amount of attention, and forethought...Let me express a market need for the backup/recovery of Oracle databases. The Oracle world would flock to a simple method of backing up and recovering Oracle databases. Currently, the status quo is a hodge-podge of UNIX shell scripts that interface with the Oracle RMAN utility, or using the Oracle Enterprise Manager, which is absolutely miserable, and error-prone. Using Dant'z snapshot technology, I can imagine a product that would provide the following: - Point-in-time recovery: Choose a particular time, and say "recover" and the database will automatically be set back to that time. - Validation of existing backups - ability to backup/restore multiple Oracle databases in one fell swoop. If Dantz would like more detail on Oracle's RMAN utility, or has any specific questions about this, I would be happy to answer them. I would be *ecstatic* if Dantz would consider this. Dennis? RZ? Anyone? : - ) Craig Glendenning Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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