免费注册 查看新帖 |

Chinaunix

  平台 论坛 博客 文库
12345下一页
最近访问板块 发新帖
查看: 10926 | 回复: 44

[备份软件] 发现NB7.1的一个BUG [复制链接]

论坛徽章:
0
发表于 2011-12-21 15:20 |显示全部楼层
有个客户在测试NB7,当备份到WIN下面的ORACLE时发生比较诡异的现象:作业一运行就刷地完成了,作业detail没有任何报错,但却没有备份任何东西。OUT输出就只有几行,也没有错误;我让他把日志发给我,现在都没发给我。

于是自己在虚拟机上也测试了一把,结果比较好玩
我装完ORA之后,就修该了脚本的ORACLE_HOME\SID\CONNECT_STR等参数;尝试发起备份,也是没有任何错误,没有备份任何数据;OUT如下

==== started on 2011-12-21 星期三  13:24 ====
Script name: "e:\rman\hot_database_backup.cmd"
#                                       
  RMAN  :  E:\oracle\product\10.2.0\db_1\bin\rman.exe                       
  NLS_LANG  :  american               
  ORACLE_HOME  :  E:\oracle\product\10.2.0\db_1         
  ORACLE_SID  :  orcl           
  NLS_DATE_FORMAT  :  YYYY-MM-DD:hh24:mi:ss
  RMAN_LOG_FILE  :  "e:\rman\hot_database_backup.out"     
  NB_ORA_SERV  :  myhat                     
  NB_ORA_FULL  :  1                     
  NB_ORA_INCR  :  0                     
  NB_ORA_CINC  :  0                     

Recovery Manager: Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production on Wed Dec 21 13:24:46 2011

Copyright (c) 1982, 2007, Oracle.  All rights reserved.

connected to target database: ORCL (DBID=1298254140)
using target database control file instead of recovery catalog

RMAN>

Recovery Manager complete.
#   


从上面输出来看,Nbu只是RMAN TARGET了一下,没人执行任何备份脚本就退出了;很奇怪。
于是直接在客户端里RMAN备份,结果发现没有开启归档......不开归档,NBU也没觉察出来么?后来想想,因为没有执行备份脚本,因此ORA不会返回非归档模式无法备份的错误吧.....

于是开归档,手工执行RMAN是可以备份到SBT的;但是运行NBU作业返回正常,同样没执行备份;执行rman target / cmdfile错误,看样子应该是备份脚本没办法使用

于是到网上向别人要了个6.5的脚本,修改了home\sid\connect_str后就可以正常备份了......

对比了一下,NB7和NB6.5的脚本好像一样。。。看不出哪不同

论坛徽章:
0
发表于 2011-12-21 15:22 |显示全部楼层
***************************************************
nb7.1脚本
***************************************************
@REM $Header: hot_database_backup.cmd,v 1.4 2010/08/04 17:55:57 $

@REM bcpyrght
@REM ***************************************************************************
@REM * $VRTScprght: Copyright 1993 - 2011 Symantec Corporation, All Rights Reserved $ *
@REM ***************************************************************************
@REM ecpyrght
@REM
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM                          hot_database_backup.cmd
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM This script uses Recovery Manager to take a hot (inconsistent) database
@REM backup. A hot backup is inconsistent because portions of the database are
@REM being modified and written to the disk while the backup is progressing.
@REM You must run your database in ARCHIVELOG mode to make hot backups.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@setlocal ENABLEEXTENSIONS

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM No need to echo the commands.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@echo off

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Put output in the same filename, different extension.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set RMAN_LOG_FILE="%~dpn0.out"

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM You may want to delete the output file so that backup information does
@REM not accumulate.  If not, delete the following command.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@if exist %RMAN_LOG_FILE% del %RMAN_LOG_FILE%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Replace H:\oracle\ora102, below, with the Oracle home path.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set ORACLE_HOME=E:\oracle\product\10.2.0

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Replace ora102, below, with the Oracle SID.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set ORACLE_SID=orcl

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Replace sys/manager, below, with the target connect string.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set TARGET_CONNECT_STR=/

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Set the Oracle Recovery Manager.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set RMAN=%ORACLE_HOME%\bin\rman.exe

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Log the start of this script.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@for /F "tokens=1*" %%p in ('date /T') do @set DATE=%%p %%q
@for /F %%p in ('time /T') do @set DATE=%DATE% %%p

@echo ==== started on %DATE% ==== >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo Script name: %0 >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Several RMAN commands use time parameters that require NLS_LANG and
@REM NLS_DATE_FORMAT to be set. This example uses the standard date format.
@REM Replace below with the desired language values.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set NLS_LANG=american
@set NLS_DATE_FORMAT=YYYY-MM-DD:hh24:mi:ss

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Print out environment variables set in this script.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@echo #                                       >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   RMAN  :  %RMAN%                       >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NLS_LANG  :  %NLS_LANG%               >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   ORACLE_HOME  :  %ORACLE_HOME%         >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   ORACLE_SID  :  %ORACLE_SID%           >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NLS_DATE_FORMAT  :  %NLS_DATE_FORMAT% >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   RMAN_LOG_FILE  :  %RMAN_LOG_FILE%     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Print out environment variables set in bphdb.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@echo   NB_ORA_SERV  :  %NB_ORA_SERV%                     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NB_ORA_FULL  :  %NB_ORA_FULL%                     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NB_ORA_INCR  :  %NB_ORA_INCR%                     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NB_ORA_CINC  :  %NB_ORA_CINC%                     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM We assume that the database is properly opened. If desired, this would
@REM be the place to verify that.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM If this script is executed from a NetBackup schedule, NetBackup
@REM sets an NB_ORA environment variable based on the schedule type.
@REM For example, when:
@REM     schedule type is                BACKUP_TYPE is
@REM     ----------------                --------------
@REM Automatic Full                      INCREMENTAL LEVEL=0
@REM Automatic Differential Incremental  INCREMENTAL LEVEL=1
@REM Automatic Cumulative Incremental    INCREMENTAL LEVEL=1 CUMULATIVE
@REM
@REM For user initiated backups, BACKUP_TYPE defaults to incremental
@REM level 0 (Full).  To change the default for a user initiated
@REM backup to incremental or incrementatl cumulative, uncomment
@REM one of the following two lines.
@REM @set BACKUP_TYPE="INCREMENTAL LEVEL=1"
@REM @set BACKUP_TYPE="INCREMENTAL LEVEL=1 CUMULATIVE"
@REM
@REM Note that we use incremental level 0 to specify full backups.
@REM That is because, although they are identical in content, only
@REM the incremental level 0 backup can have incremental backups of
@REM level > 0 applied to it.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM What kind of backup will we perform.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@if "%NB_ORA_FULL%" EQU "1" @set BACKUP_TYPE=INCREMENTAL Level=0
@if "%NB_ORA_INCR%" EQU "1" @set BACKUP_TYPE=INCREMENTAL Level=1
@if "%NB_ORA_CINC%" EQU "1" @set BACKUP_TYPE=INCREMENTAL Level=1 CUMULATIVE
@if NOT DEFINED BACKUP_TYPE @set BACKUP_TYPE=INCREMENTAL Level=0

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Call Recovery Manager to initiate the backup. This example does not use a
@REM Recovery Catalog. If you choose to use one, remove the option, nocatalog,
@REM from the rman command line below and add a
@REM 'catalog <userid>/<passwd>@<net service name>' statement.
@REM
@REM  NOTE WHEN USING NET SERVICE NAME: When connecting to a database
@REM  using a net service name, you must use a send command or a parms operand to
@REM  specify environment variables.  In other words, when accessing a database
@REM  through a listener, the environment variables set at the system level are not
@REM  visible when RMAN is running.  For more information on the environment
@REM  variables, please refer to the NetBackup for Oracle Admin. Guide.
@REM
@REM If you are getting an error that the input line is too long, you will need
@REM to put the RMAN run block in a separate file.  Then use the "cmdfile"
@REM option of RMAN.  For more information on the "cmdfile" options please
@REM refer to the RMAN documentation.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@(
echo RUN {
echo ALLOCATE CHANNEL ch00 TYPE 'SBT_TAPE';
echo ALLOCATE CHANNEL ch01 TYPE 'SBT_TAPE';
echo BACKUP
echo       %BACKUP_TYPE%
echo       FORMAT 'bk_u%%u_s%%s_p%%p_t%%t'
echo       DATABASE;
echo sql 'alter system archive log current';
echo RELEASE CHANNEL ch00;
echo RELEASE CHANNEL ch01;
echo # Backup all archive logs
echo ALLOCATE CHANNEL ch00 TYPE 'SBT_TAPE';
echo BACKUP
echo       FILESPERSET 20
echo       FORMAT 'arch-s%%s-p%%p-t%%t'
echo       ARCHIVELOG ALL;
echo RELEASE CHANNEL ch00;
@REM ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Note: During the process of backing up the database, RMAN also backs up the
@REM control file.  This version of the control file does not contain the
@REM information about the current backup because "nocatalog" has been specified.
@REM To include the information about the current backup, the control file should
@REM be backed up as the last step of the RMAN section.  This step would not be
@REM necessary if we were using a recovery catalog or auto control file backups.
@REM ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
echo ALLOCATE CHANNEL ch00 TYPE 'SBT_TAPE';
echo BACKUP
@REM recommended format
echo       FORMAT 'cntrl_%s_%p_%t'
echo       CURRENT CONTROLFILE;
echo RELEASE CHANNEL ch00;
echo }
) | %RMAN% target %TARGET_CONNECT_STR% nocatalog msglog '%RMAN_LOG_FILE%' append

@set ERRLEVEL=%ERRORLEVEL%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM NetBackup (bphdb) stores the name of a file in an environment variable,
@REM called STATUS_FILE. This file is used by an automatic schedule to
@REM communicate status information with NetBackup's job monitor. It is up to
@REM the script to write a 0 (passed) or 1 (failure) to the status file.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@if %ERRLEVEL% NEQ 0 @goto err

@set LOGMSG=ended successfully
@if "%STATUS_FILE%" EQU "" goto end
@echo 0 > "%STATUS_FILE%"
@goto end

:err
@set LOGMSG=ended in error
@if "%STATUS_FILE%" EQU "" @goto end
@echo 1 > "%STATUS_FILE%"

:end

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Log the completion of this script.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@for /F "tokens=1*" %%p in ('date /T') do @set DATE=%%p %%q
@for /F %%p in ('time /T') do @set DATE=%DATE% %%p

@echo #  >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo %==== %LOGMSG% on %DATE% ==== >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@endlocal
@REM End of Main Program -----------------------------------------------------




论坛徽章:
0
发表于 2011-12-21 15:25 |显示全部楼层
***************************************
6.x脚本
***************************************
@REM $Header: hot_database_backup.cmd,v 1.3 2005/11/28 19:01:53 $

@REM bcpyrght
@REM ***************************************************************************
@REM * $VRTScprght: Copyright 1993 - 2007 Symantec Corporation, All Rights Reserved $ *
@REM ***************************************************************************
@REM ecpyrght
@REM
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM                          hot_database_backup.cmd
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM This script uses Recovery Manager to take a hot (inconsistent) database
@REM backup. A hot backup is inconsistent because portions of the database are
@REM being modified and written to the disk while the backup is progressing.
@REM You must run your database in ARCHIVELOG mode to make hot backups.
@REM
@REM NOTE information for running proxy backups has been included.  These
@REM information sections begin with a comment line of PROXY
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@setlocal ENABLEEXTENSIONS

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM No need to echo the commands.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@echo off

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Put output in the same filename, different extension.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set RMAN_LOG_FILE="%~dpn0.out"

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM You may want to delete the output file so that backup information does
@REM not accumulate.  If not, delete the following command.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@if exist %RMAN_LOG_FILE% del %RMAN_LOG_FILE%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Replace H:\oracle\ora81, below, with the Oracle home path.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set ORACLE_HOME=d:\orant

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Replace ora81, below, with the Oracle SID.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set ORACLE_SID=orcl

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Replace sys/manager, below, with the target connect string.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set TARGET_CONNECT_STR=/

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Set the Oracle Recovery Manager.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set RMAN=%ORACLE_HOME%\bin\rman.exe

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM PROXY
@REM For a PROXY backup, uncomment the line below and replace the value.
@REM
@REM       NB_ORA_PC_STREAMS - specifies the number of parallel backup streams
@REM                           to be started.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM @set NB_ORA_PC_STREAMS=3


@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Log the start of this scripts.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@for /F "tokens=1*" %%p in ('date /T') do @set DATE=%%p %%q
@for /F %%p in ('time /T') do @set DATE=%DATE% %%p

@echo ==== started on %DATE% ==== >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo Script name: %0 >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Several RMAN commands use time parameters that require NLS_LANG and
@REM NLS_DATE_FORMAT to be set. This example uses the standard date format.
@REM Replace below with the desired language values.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@set NLS_LANG=american
@set NLS_DATE_FORMAT=YYYY-MM-DD:hh24:mi:ss

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Print out environment variables set in this script.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@echo #                                       >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   RMAN  :  %RMAN%                       >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NLS_LANG  :  %NLS_LANG%               >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   ORACLE_HOME  :  %ORACLE_HOME%         >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   ORACLE_SID  :  %ORACLE_SID%           >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NLS_DATE_FORMAT  :  %NLS_DATE_FORMAT% >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   RMAN_LOG_FILE  :  %RMAN_LOG_FILE%     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM PROXY
@REM For a PROXY backup, uncomment the line below.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM @echo   NB_ORA_PC_STREAMS  :  %NB_ORA_PC_STREAMS%     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Print out environment variables set in bphdb.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@echo   NB_ORA_SERV  :  %NB_ORA_SERV%                     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NB_ORA_FULL  :  %NB_ORA_FULL%                     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NB_ORA_INCR  :  %NB_ORA_INCR%                     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NB_ORA_CINC  :  %NB_ORA_CINC%                     >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo   NB_ORA_CLASS  :  %NB_ORA_CLASS%                   >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM We assume that the database is properly opened. If desired, this would
@REM be the place to verify that.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM If this script is executed from a NetBackup schedule, NetBackup
@REM sets an NB_ORA environment variable based on the schedule type.
@REM For example, when:
@REM     schedule type is                BACKUP_TYPE is
@REM     ----------------                --------------
@REM Automatic Full                      INCREMENTAL LEVEL=0
@REM Automatic Differential Incremental  INCREMENTAL LEVEL=1
@REM Automatic Cumulative Incremental    INCREMENTAL LEVEL=1 CUMULATIVE
@REM
@REM For user initiated backups, BACKUP_TYPE defaults to incremental
@REM level 0 (Full).  To change the default for a user initiated
@REM backup to incremental or incrementatl cumulative, uncomment
@REM one of the following two lines.
@REM @set BACKUP_TYPE="INCREMENTAL LEVEL=1"
@REM @set BACKUP_TYPE="INCREMENTAL LEVEL=1 CUMULATIVE"
@REM
@REM Note that we use incremental level 0 to specify full backups.
@REM That is because, although they are identical in content, only
@REM the incremental level 0 backup can have incremental backups of
@REM level > 0 applied to it.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM What kind of backup will we perform.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@if "%NB_ORA_FULL%" EQU "1" @set BACKUP_TYPE=INCREMENTAL Level=0
@if "%NB_ORA_INCR%" EQU "1" @set BACKUP_TYPE=INCREMENTAL Level=1
@if "%NB_ORA_CINC%" EQU "1" @set BACKUP_TYPE=INCREMENTAL Level=1 CUMULATIVE
@if NOT DEFINED BACKUP_TYPE @set BACKUP_TYPE=INCREMENTAL Level=0

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Call Recovery Manager to initiate the backup. This example does not use a
@REM Recovery Catalog. If you choose to use one, remove the option, nocatalog,
@REM from the rman command line below and add a
@REM 'rcvcat <userid>/<passwd>@<tns alias>' statement.
@REM
@REM  NOTE WHEN USING TNS ALIAS: When connecting to a database
@REM  using a TNS alias, you must use a send command or a parms operand to
@REM  specify environment variables.  In other words, when accessing a database
@REM  through a listener, the environment variables set at the system level are not
@REM  visible when RMAN is running.  For more information on the environment
@REM  variables, please refer to the NetBackup for Oracle Admin. Guide.
@REM
@REM If you are getting an error that the input line is too long, you will need
@REM to put the RMAN run block in a separate file.  Then use the "cmdfile"
@REM option of RMAN.  For more information on the "cmdfile" options please
@REM refer to the RMAN documentation.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM PROXY
@REM For a PROXY backup, you must use a send command to specify
@REM the NB_ORA_PC_STREAMS environment variable. For example,
@REM echo ALLOCATE CHANNEL ch01 TYPE 'SBT_TAPE';
@REM echo SEND 'NB_ORA_PC_STREAMS=%%NB_ORA_PC_STREAMS%%';
@REM
@REM %BACKUP_TYPE% must also be removed and replaced with the PROXY parameter
@REM in the RMAN section associated with the data files.  For example,
@REM echo BACKUP
@REM echo       PROXY
@REM echo       FORMAT 'bk_u%%u_s%%s_p%%p_t%%t'
@REM echo       DATABASE;
@REM            .
@REM            .
@REM  Note that the controlfiles and archivelogs are not backed up using proxy
@REM  copy method. Rman will initiate non-proxy copy sessions to backup the
@REM  controlfile and archivelogs.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@(
echo RUN {
echo ALLOCATE CHANNEL ch00 TYPE 'SBT_TAPE';
echo ALLOCATE CHANNEL ch01 TYPE 'SBT_TAPE';
echo BACKUP
echo       %BACKUP_TYPE%
echo       FORMAT 'bk_u%%u_s%%s_p%%p_t%%t'
echo       DATABASE;
echo sql 'alter system archive log current';
echo RELEASE CHANNEL ch00;
echo RELEASE CHANNEL ch01;
echo # Backup all archive logs
echo ALLOCATE CHANNEL ch00 TYPE 'SBT_TAPE';
echo BACKUP
echo       FILESPERSET 20
echo       FORMAT 'arch-s%%s-p%%p'
echo       ARCHIVELOG ALL DELETE INPUT;
echo RELEASE CHANNEL ch00;

echo # Control file backup

echo ALLOCATE CHANNEL ch00
echo     TYPE 'SBT_TAPE';
echo BACKUP
echo     FORMAT 'ctrl_u%%u_s%%s_p%%p_t%%t'
echo     CURRENT CONTROLFILE;
echo RELEASE CHANNEL ch00;
echo }
) | %RMAN% target %TARGET_CONNECT_STR% nocatalog msglog '%RMAN_LOG_FILE%' append

@set ERRLEVEL=%ERRORLEVEL%

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM NetBackup (bphdb) stores the name of a file in an environment variable,
@REM called STATUS_FILE. This file is used by an automatic schedule to
@REM communicate status information with NetBackup's job monitor. It is up to
@REM the script to write a 0 (passed) or 1 (failure) to the status file.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@if %ERRLEVEL% NEQ 0 @goto err

@set LOGMSG=ended successfully
@if "%STATUS_FILE%" EQU "" goto end
@echo 0 > "%STATUS_FILE%"
@goto end

:err
@set LOGMSG=ended in error
@if "%STATUS_FILE%" EQU "" @goto end
@echo 1 > "%STATUS_FILE%"

:end

@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@REM Log the completion of this script.
@REM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

@for /F "tokens=1*" %%p in ('date /T') do @set DATE=%%p %%q
@for /F %%p in ('time /T') do @set DATE=%DATE% %%p

@echo #  >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@echo %==== %LOGMSG% on %DATE% ==== >> %RMAN_LOG_FILE%
@endlocal
@REM End of Main Program -----------------------------------------------------


论坛徽章:
0
发表于 2011-12-21 15:26 |显示全部楼层
有神码不同吗?
眼力好的帮忙看看

论坛徽章:
12
数据库技术版块每日发帖之星
日期:2015-07-08 22:20:00IT运维版块每日发帖之星
日期:2016-05-01 06:20:00IT运维版块每周发帖之星
日期:2016-03-07 16:27:44IT运维版块每月发帖之星
日期:2016-03-07 16:25:25IT运维版块每日发帖之星
日期:2016-02-21 06:20:00IT运维版块每日发帖之星
日期:2016-02-20 06:20:00数据库技术版块每日发帖之星
日期:2016-02-06 06:20:00IT运维版块每日发帖之星
日期:2016-01-30 06:20:00IT运维版块每日发帖之星
日期:2016-01-03 06:20:00IT运维版块每日发帖之星
日期:2015-11-29 06:20:00IT运维版块每日发帖之星
日期:2015-08-10 06:20:00数据库技术版块每日发帖之星
日期:2016-06-16 06:20:00
发表于 2011-12-21 20:49 |显示全部楼层
类似的问题一个是细节不一样 多去看文档 别想当然 一个就是去下载最新的sp包

论坛徽章:
0
发表于 2011-12-21 21:59 |显示全部楼层
两个不同的环境都出现同样的问题呢

论坛徽章:
0
发表于 2011-12-22 00:03 |显示全部楼层
这里有在五道口做测试的么?赶紧出来啊,哈哈

论坛徽章:
1
CU十二周年纪念徽章
日期:2013-10-24 15:41:34
发表于 2011-12-22 08:03 |显示全部楼层
oracle_home不一样

论坛徽章:
1
CU十二周年纪念徽章
日期:2013-10-24 15:41:34
发表于 2011-12-22 08:04 |显示全部楼层
用个对比文件的工具不就行了?

论坛徽章:
0
发表于 2011-12-22 12:46 |显示全部楼层
无牙 发表于 2011-12-22 08:04
用个对比文件的工具不就行了?

fc命令,所有不同之处都会列出
您需要登录后才可以回帖 登录 | 注册

本版积分规则 发表回复

  

北京盛拓优讯信息技术有限公司. 版权所有 京ICP备16024965号-6 北京市公安局海淀分局网监中心备案编号:11010802020122 niuxiaotong@pcpop.com 17352615567
未成年举报专区
中国互联网协会会员  联系我们:huangweiwei@itpub.net
感谢所有关心和支持过ChinaUnix的朋友们 转载本站内容请注明原作者名及出处

清除 Cookies - ChinaUnix - Archiver - WAP - TOP