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RMAN register database pblm.

Ron Rogers

2004-12-03

List,

OS. OpenVMS 7.3-2
Oracle 8.1.7.4 Prod and Dev
I am fortunate enough to have lost the disk drive that contained the
RMAN catalog database (Oracle 8.1.7.4).
I have recreated the RMAN database and created the RMAN user okay.
I connect to the catalog as the RMAN/RMAN@(protected)
As the RMAN user I created the catalog
with the RMAN> create catalog; command.
I connect to the target as "sys/sys@(protected)
When I issue the RMAN> register database; the command fails with:
RMAN-03008 error while performing automatic resync of recovery catalog
RMAN-07004 unhandled exception during command execution on channel
default
RMAN-10035 exception raised in RPC: ORA-01403: no data found
RMAN-10031 Ora-01403 occured during call to
DBMS_RCVCAT.CHECKBACKUPPIECE


What is the proper method to register a database with RMAN after the
RMAN database has been recreated and I would
like to continue performing RMAN backups.
Of course this all is mute as we are in the process of installing a new
Oracle server and the old one will be retired. I suppose I
could wait until then and recreate the RMAN backups then with all new
servers.

Still digging and looking for answers.
Thanks,
Ron

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