Part I: Getting Started with RMAN in Oracle Database 10g Chapter 1: Oracle Database 10g Backup and Recovery Architecture Tour Chapter 2: Introduction to the RMAN Architecture Part II: Setup Principles and Practices Chapter 3: RMAN Setup and Configuration Chapter 4: Media Management Considerations Chapter 5: Oracle Secure Backup Chapter 6: Enhancing RMAN with VERITAS NetBackup for Oracle Chapter 7: Configuring EMC NetWorker Module for Oracle Chapter 8: RMAN and Tivoli Storage Manager Part III: Using RMAN Effectively Chapter 9: RMAN Backups Chapter 10: RMAN Restore and Recovery Chapter 11: Using Oracle Enterprise Manager for Backup and Recovery Chapter 12: RMAN Advanced Recovery Topics Chapter 13: Surviving User Errors: Flashback Technologies Chapter 14: Maintaining RMAN Chapter 15: Monitoring and Reporting on RMAN Chapter 16: Performance Tuning RMAN Backup and Recovery Operations Part IV: RMAN in the Oracle Ecosystem Chapter 17: Duplication: Cloning the Target Database Chapter 18: RMAN and Data Guard Chapter 19: RMAN and Real Application Clusters Chapter 20: RMAN in Sync and Split Technology Chapter 21: RMAN in the Workplace: Case Studies Part V: Appendixes Appendix A: RMAN Syntax Reference Guide Appendix B: Exploring the Recovery Catalog Appendix C: Setting Up an RMAN Test Environment INDEX
Matthew Hart is the co-author of three books for Oracle Press, Oracle 9i for Windows 2000: Tips & Techniques, Oracle 9i RMAN Backup & Recovery, and most recently Oracle 10g High Availability with RAC, Flashback, and DataGuard. He has worked with high availability technologies in Oracle since version 7.3, and has worked with RMAN since its inception. He has spent considerable time perfecting backup and recovery strategies for Oracle customers. Robert G. Freeman is an Oracle DBA. Among the other books Robert has written are the bestselling titles Oracle Database 10g New Features, Oracle 9i RMAN Backup and Recovery, and Oracle 9i New Features. Robert also wrote the Oracle Press book Portable DBA: Oracle.