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Oracle® Database Backup and Recovery Reference
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RC_RMAN_STATUS

This view contains information about the history of RMAN operations on all databases associated with this recovery catalog. It contains essentially the same information as V$RMAN_STATUS, except that it does not contain information about current sessions.

All RMAN operations such as backups, restores, deletion of backups, and so on are logged in this table. The table is organized to show the status of each RMAN session (the invocation of an RMAN client, including all actions taken until the RMAN client exits), operations executed during the session, and recursive operations.

RC_RMAN_STATUS also contains the RSR_KEY, PARENT_KEY and SESSION_KEY columns, which do not appear in V$RMAN_STATUS.

Column Data Type Description
DB_KEY NUMBER The primary key for the database. Use this column to join with almost any other catalog view.
DBINC_KEY NUMBER The primary key for the database incarnation.
DB_NAME VARCHAR2(8) The DB_NAME of the database incarnation to which this record belongs.
RECID NUMBER The recid of the corresponding row in the control file.
STAMP NUMBER The timestamp of the row in the control file. (Because control file records are reused, you must combine the timestamp and recid to get a value unique across all records in RC_RMAN_STATUS.)
RSR_KEY NUMBER Unique key for this row.
PARENT_KEY NUMBER The value of RSR_KEY for the parent row of this row.
SESSION_KEY NUMBER The value of RSR_KEY for the session row associated with this row. Use in joins with RC_RMAN_BACKUP_JOB_DETAILS.
ROW_TYPE VARCHAR2(33) This is the type of operation represented by this row. Possible values are:
  • SESSION for rows at level 0

  • COMMAND for rows at level 1

  • RECURSIVE OPERATION for rows at level >1

ROW_LEVEL NUMBER The level of this row.
  • If 0 then this is a session row, that is, ROW_TYPE=SESSION and the row represents an invocation of the RMAN client.

  • If 1 then this row represents a command entered in the RMAN client and executed. ROW_TYPE=COMMAND for rows at level 1.

  • If >1 then this row represents a recursive operation, which is a suboperation of an RMAN command such as a control file autobackup performed with a database backup. ROW_TYPE=RECURSIVE OPERATION for rows at levels >1.

OPERATION VARCHAR2(33) The name of the operation presented by this row. For SESSION operations, this column is set to RMAN. For COMMAND operations, it describes the command executed, such as BACKUP, RESTORE, CONFIGURE, REPORT and so on.
STATUS VARCHAR2(33) The status of the operation described by this row. Possible values are:
  • COMPLETED - Job completed successfully - no warnings or errors during execution.

  • COMPLETED WITH WARNINGS- Job completed successfully, but there were some warning messages during execution. For example, a warning message like the following:

    RMAN-05019: WARNING: no channel of required type allocated to recover copy of datafile1 
    
  • COMPLETED WITH ERRORS - Job completed successfully, but there were some errors which were overcome using failover features. For example, RESTORE FAILOVER or BACKUP FAILOVER was used to schedule the job on another channel.

  • FAILED - Job failed.

  • RUNNING - Job is executing and there are no errors or warnings during execution so far.

  • RUNNING WITH ERRORS - Job is executing with error messages.

  • RUNNING WITH WARNINGS - Job is executing with warning messages.

COMMAND_ID VARCHAR2(33) The user-specified ID of the operation. The user can change this using the SET COMMAND ID syntax in RMAN. By default, the command ID is set to the time at which RMAN is invoked, in ISO standard format.
MBYTES_PROCESSED NUMBER If the operation represented by this row performed some data transfer (such as backing up or restoring data), then this column contains the number of megabytes processed in the operation. Otherwise, this row contains NULL.
START_TIME DATE The start time for the operation represented by this row.
END_TIME DATE The end time for the operation represented by this row.
JOB_KEY NUMBER The key of the RMAN session. Identical to SESSION_KEY.
INPUT_BYTES NUMBER Number of input bytes read.
OUTPUT_BYTES NUMBER Number of input bytes written.
OPTIMIZED VARCHAR2(3) YES if backup optimization was applied during the backup job. Otherwise, NO.
OBJECT_TYPE VARCHAR2(80) Contains one of the following values: DATABASE FULL, RECOVERY AREA, DATABASE INCR, DATAFILE FULL, DATAFILE INCR, ARCHIVELOG, CONTROLFILE, SPFILE.
SESSION_RECID NUMBER If ROW_TYPE=SESSION, that is, this row has no parents and represents an RMAN session, then this column contains NULL. Otherwise, it contains the recid of the row representing the session associated with this row.
SESSION_STAMP NUMBER If ROW_TYPE=SESSION, that is, this row has no parents and represents an RMAN session, then this column contains NULL. Otherwise, it contains the timestamp of the row representing the session associated with this row.
OUTPUT_DEVICE_TYPE VARCHAR2(17) The type of output device: DISK, SBT_TAPE, or *. An asterisk (*) indicates that output was written to multiple device types.
SITE_KEY NUMBER Primary key of the Data Guard database associated with the RMAN status information. Each database in a Data Guard environment has a unique SITE_KEY value. You can use SITE_KEY in a join with the RC_SITE view to obtain the DB_UNIQUE_NAME of the database.
OSB_ALLOCATED VARCHAR2(3) YES if this session allocated an SBT channel for Oracle Secure Backup; otherwise, NO.