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This guide is intended for system administrators and database administrators who install the Oracle Secure Backup software. These administrators might also perform backup and restore operations. To use this document, you must be familiar with the operating system environment on which you plan to use Oracle Secure Backup. To perform Oracle database backup and restore operations, you should also be familiar with Recovery Manager concepts.
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For more information about backing up and restoring file systems with Oracle Secure Backup, see the following Oracle resources:
This manual contains information about the command-line interface for Oracle Secure Backup.
This book describes how to use Oracle Secure Backup to perform backup and restore operations. The book is oriented to the Oracle Secure Backup Web tool, which is a Web-based GUI interface.
For more information about database backup and recovery, including the Recovery Manager (RMAN) utility, see the following Oracle resources:
Oracle Database Backup and Recovery User’s Guide
This book provides an overview of backup and recovery and discusses backup and recovery strategies. It provides instructions for basic backup and recovery of your database using Recovery Manager (RMAN).
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