This view lists corrupt block ranges in data file copies. It corresponds to the V$COPY_CORRUPTION view.
The primary key for the target database. Use this column to join with almost any other catalog view.
The primary key for the incarnation of the target database. Use this column to join with RC_DATABASE_INCARNATION.
The DB_NAME of the database incarnation to which this record belongs.
The record identifier from V$COPY_CORRUPTION. RECID and STAMP form a concatenated primary key that uniquely identifies this record in the target database control file.
The stamp from V$COPY_CORRUPTION. RECID and STAMP form a concatenated primary key that uniquely identifies this record in the target database control file.
The primary key of the data file copy in the recovery catalog. If you issue the LIST command while RMAN is connected to the recovery catalog, then this value appears in the KEY column of the output. Use this column to join with RC_DATAFILE_COPY.
The RECID from RC_DATAFILE_COPY. This value is propagated from the control file.
The STAMP from RC_DATAFILE_COPY. This value is propagated from the control file.
The absolute file number of the data file.
The creation SCN of this data file. Because file numbers can be reused, FILE# and CREATION_CHANGE# are both required to uniquely identify a specified file over the life of the database.
The block number of the first corrupted block in the file.
The number of corrupted blocks found beginning with BLOCK#.
For media corrupt blocks, this value is zero. For logically corrupt blocks, this value is the lowest SCN in the blocks in this corrupt range.
YES if this corruption was not previously detected by the database server or NO if it was known by the database server.
Same as RC_DATABASE_BLOCK_CORRUPTION.CORRUPTION_TYPE.