Recovery Manager (RMAN) Lab

Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) is Oracle's flagship backup and recovery tool. RMAN is a built-in component of the Oracle database software. Since its introduction as part of the Oracle 8 release, RMAN has improved considerably to the point where it has become the most powerful tool to backup and recover Oracle databases. It as a wide range of sophisticated and powerful features.

Learn more about RMAN and how it can be used to further manage your Oracle bacukp and recovery environment in the upcoming series of labs offered by RMOUG and Regis University. There will be a brief presentation on backup and recovery concepts and architecture, followed by a hands-on session, with several backup and recovery scenarios on live databases. You will backup your database with RMAN, simulate failures, and restore and recover your database.

Presenter
Darl Kuhn
Regis Affiliate Faculty
Senior DBA - Oracle Corporation
Click here for more presenter info. Lab Session
Thursday, May 6th, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Lab Hours
Open 5:00pm to 8:00pm
We will need to close the lab at 8:00pm.

Lab Fee ~ Click here to pay $5.00 lab fee.
Please print payment receipt and
bring a copy to the Meetup.

Location ~ Click link(s) for map.
Regis University - North Campus
Park in Lot #4 ~ in front of the Adult Learning Center
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Park in Lot #5 ~ by the Athletic Fields
Carroll Hall ~ Lab
Basement Level, Room C19
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Additional Parking Areas: Map


See you there!
Organizer (bal): Barbara Lewis
RMOUG Board Member ~ Membership Director Email me ~ MembershipDir at rmoug.org


Next Lab: TBA
Topic: TBA
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  • Joe C.

    The introductory presentation was very well done. The lab work was a good hands on experience. Thanks!

    May 7, 2010

  • Dara T.

    It was great to be able to hear other people's war stories and questions. The exercises were great - I just craved more. Darl's presentation was very helpful. Looking forward to the next Meetup!

    May 7, 2010

  • Bryan A.

    I'm always nervous about trying new things. I have to wrap my arms around it first. I thought the lab was very helpful doing just that.

    May 7, 2010

  • Richard John H.

    Helped with getting additional hands-on experience with this tool. I normally just run b/u scripts that I don't fully understand. It was great to talk to Darl Kuhn who literally wrote the book on this subject. I would have liked to see the lab be longer with additional task modules but the format is good with a scripted set and questions and assistants to go to with questions.

    May 7, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    I thought the presentation and lab were done very well.
    It was a bit basic for me, but review is always good.
    I would have liked more lab exercises.

    May 7, 2010

  • Ira s.

    Excellent!
    A very good, very timely Presentation followed by a very good Lab!
    Let's do it again!

    May 7, 2010

  • Michael A.

    Well done.

    May 6, 2010

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