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Shell Script for Scheduled RMAN Backup

The script will first automatically create the directory and will move the old backup into it then will perform the fresh backup.
The script will manage the full backup of database (Noarchivelog). 109 palabras más


Top DBA Shell Scripts for Monitoring the Database

This article focuses on the DBA’s daily responsibilities for monitoring  Oracle databases and provides tips and techniques on how DBAs can turn their  manual, reactive monitoring activities into a set of proactive shell scripts.  374 palabras más


How to automatically copy archivelogs from ASM to local disc

This script will create folder on local disk, copy archivelogs of yesterday to this folder and compress folder with zip

. /home/oracle/.bash_profile
cd /home/oracle/backup/rman/archivelogs/
mkdir `date -d "1 day ago" "+%Y_%m_%d"`
. 72 palabras más

Shell Script to Continuously Monitor CPU Usage and Memory Usage of a Process and write output to CSV file

Hi all, recently I had to do some performance tests at work at AdroitLogic and I wanted to monitor CPU usage and memory usage of a process continuously and get that output to a file so that I can use them to analyze more later with graphs and stuff. 354 palabras más


How to Share OEM Named Credentials

Named Credentials

Named credentials (NC) are an excellent way to support the work performed by OEM users/administrators without requiring them to actually know key passwords. Named credentials also provide a single location to update when the passwords change. 1.506 palabras más

OEM 12c

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No. of opening         :  2

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Experience               :  2+ Years… 157 palabras más


[Shell] delete outdated files

오래된 파일 삭제하는 쉘 스크립트입니다.


# var declar

# function declar
function delete_outdated_file {
        find $TARGET_PATH -mtime +$DAYS -type f -exec rm {} \;


# function call