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Redirect the RMAN output to a text file

  1. Redirect the RMAN output to a text file

    Hi ,

    I am using RMAN for backup purpose.
    How should we send the output of RMAN to a text file.
    For Example If we issue the following command then how should we send
    the results of that command into a text file:

    RMAN> report obsolete device
    type 'sbt_tape';

    result:

    RMAN-03022: compiling command: report
    RMAN-06147: no obsolete backups found

    Any ideas will be great for me.

    Thanks

    David.

  2. Re: Redirect the RMAN output to a text file

    On 3 Mar 2004 21:49:29 -0800, dt_146@yahoo.co.in (David) wrote:

    >Hi ,
    >
    >I am using RMAN for backup purpose.
    >How should we send the output of RMAN to a text file.
    >For Example If we issue the following command then how should we send
    >the results of that command into a text file:
    >
    >RMAN> report obsolete device
    >type 'sbt_tape';
    >
    >result:
    >
    >RMAN-03022: compiling command: report
    >RMAN-06147: no obsolete backups found
    >
    >Any ideas will be great for me.
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >David.



    Use the log option of the rman command line.
    In the feature please refer to the manual prior to posting



    --
    Sybrand Bakker, Senior Oracle DBA

  3. Re: Redirect the RMAN output to a text file

    On 3 Mar 2004 21:49:29 -0800, dt_146@yahoo.co.in (David) wrote:

    >Hi ,
    >
    >I am using RMAN for backup purpose.
    >How should we send the output of RMAN to a text file.
    >For Example If we issue the following command then how should we send
    >the results of that command into a text file:
    >
    >RMAN> report obsolete device
    >type 'sbt_tape';
    >
    >result:
    >
    >RMAN-03022: compiling command: report
    >RMAN-06147: no obsolete backups found
    >
    >Any ideas will be great for me.
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >David.



    Use the log option of the rman command line.
    In the feature please refer to the manual prior to posting



    --
    Sybrand Bakker, Senior Oracle DBA

  4. Re: Redirect the RMAN output to a text file

    On 3 Mar 2004 21:49:29 -0800, dt_146@yahoo.co.in (David) wrote:

    >Hi ,
    >
    >I am using RMAN for backup purpose.
    >How should we send the output of RMAN to a text file.
    >For Example If we issue the following command then how should we send
    >the results of that command into a text file:
    >
    >RMAN> report obsolete device
    >type 'sbt_tape';
    >
    >result:
    >
    >RMAN-03022: compiling command: report
    >RMAN-06147: no obsolete backups found
    >
    >Any ideas will be great for me.
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >David.



    Use the log option of the rman command line.
    In the feature please refer to the manual prior to posting



    --
    Sybrand Bakker, Senior Oracle DBA

  5. Re: Redirect the RMAN output to a text file

    On 3 Mar 2004 21:49:29 -0800, dt_146@yahoo.co.in (David) wrote:

    >Hi ,
    >
    >I am using RMAN for backup purpose.
    >How should we send the output of RMAN to a text file.
    >For Example If we issue the following command then how should we send
    >the results of that command into a text file:
    >
    >RMAN> report obsolete device
    >type 'sbt_tape';
    >
    >result:
    >
    >RMAN-03022: compiling command: report
    >RMAN-06147: no obsolete backups found
    >
    >Any ideas will be great for me.
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >David.



    Use the log option of the rman command line.
    In the feature please refer to the manual prior to posting



    --
    Sybrand Bakker, Senior Oracle DBA

  6. Re: Redirect the RMAN output to a text file

    On 3 Mar 2004 21:49:29 -0800, dt_146@yahoo.co.in (David) wrote:

    >Hi ,
    >
    >I am using RMAN for backup purpose.
    >How should we send the output of RMAN to a text file.
    >For Example If we issue the following command then how should we send
    >the results of that command into a text file:
    >
    >RMAN> report obsolete device
    >type 'sbt_tape';
    >
    >result:
    >
    >RMAN-03022: compiling command: report
    >RMAN-06147: no obsolete backups found
    >
    >Any ideas will be great for me.
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >David.



    Use the log option of the rman command line.
    In the feature please refer to the manual prior to posting



    --
    Sybrand Bakker, Senior Oracle DBA

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