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11g Release 2 (11.2)

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V$RMAN_STATUS

V$RMAN_STATUS displays the finished and on-going RMAN jobs. For on-going jobs, this view displays progress and status. The jobs which are in progress are stored only in memory while the finished jobs are stored in the controlfile.

Column Datatype Description
SID NUMBER Session ID of the session which is running this RMAN operation
RECID NUMBER Record ID of the row in the controlfile
STAMP NUMBER Timestamp of the row (RECID + STAMP is unique)
PARENT_RECID NUMBER Record ID of the parent row of this row (corresponding V$RMAN_STATUS row with ROW_LEVEL = ROW_LEVEL - 1)
PARENT_STAMP NUMBER Timestamp of the parent row of this row (corresponding V$RMAN_STATUS row with ROW_LEVEL = ROW_LEVEL - 1)
SESSION_RECID NUMBER Record ID of the session (corresponding V$RMAN_STATUS row with ROW_LEVEL = 0)
SESSION_STAMP NUMBER Timestamp of the session (corresponding V$RMAN_STATUS row with ROW_LEVEL = 0)
ROW_LEVEL NUMBER Level of the row. The session has level 0.
ROW_TYPE VARCHAR2(19) Type of the row:
  • SESSION

  • COMMAND

  • RECURSIVE OPERATION

COMMAND_ID VARCHAR2(33) Command ID set by the RMAN SET COMMAND ID command. If not set, then RMAN will create a unique number.
OPERATION VARCHAR2(33) Name of the command in the execution explained by this row
STATUS VARCHAR2(23) Status of the operation:
  • RUNNING

  • RUNNING WITH WARNINGS

  • RUNNING WITH ERRORS

  • COMPLETED

  • COMPLETED WITH WARNINGS

  • COMPLETED WITH ERRORS

  • FAILED

MBYTES_PROCESSED NUMBER Percentage of the job completed; null if not applicable for the operation
START_TIME DATE Start time of the job
END_TIME DATE End time of the job
INPUT_BYTES NUMBER Number of input bytes read
OUTPUT_BYTES NUMBER Number of output bytes written
OPTIMIZED VARCHAR2(3) YES, if backup optimization was applied during the backup job. Otherwise, NO.
OBJECT_TYPE VARCHAR2(13) Identifies types of objects backed up
OUTPUT_DEVICE_TYPE VARCHAR2(17) DISK, SBT_TAPE, or *. An * indicates that output was written to more than one device type.
OSB_ALLOCATED VARCHAR2(3) A value of YES means an Oracle Secure Backup channel was allocated during the specified operation identified by the V$RMAN_STATUS view.