8.98 V$BACKUP_SET_DETAILS

V$BACKUP_SET_DETAILS provides detailed information about the backup set.

This view will contain an extra row for each backup session that invokes BACKUP BACKUPSET (that is, creates new copies for the same backup set or copies backup set information from disk to tape). However, the remaining values of other columns belong to the complete backup set.

Column Datatype Description

SESSION_KEY

NUMBER

Session identifier

SESSION_RECID

NUMBER

Identifies the job, together with SESSION_STAMP.

SESSION_STAMP

NUMBER

Identifies the job, together with SESSION_RECID

BS_KEY

NUMBER

Backup set identifier

RECID

NUMBER

RECID from V$BACKUP_SET record

STAMP

NUMBER

Stamp from V$BACKUP_SET record

SET_STAMP

NUMBER

Backup set stamp

SET_COUNT

NUMBER

Backup count number

BACKUP_TYPE

VARCHAR2(1)

Type of backup (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

CONTROLFILE_INCLUDED

VARCHAR2(3)

Control file included in backup set (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

INCREMENTAL_LEVEL

NUMBER

Incremental level (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

PIECES

NUMBER

Number of pieces (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

START_TIME

DATE

Start time of the backup set (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

COMPLETION_TIME

DATE

Completion time of the backup set (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

ELAPSED_SECONDS

NUMBER

Time taken for backup set creation (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

BLOCK_SIZE

NUMBER

Block size (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

KEEP

VARCHAR2(3)

Keep value (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

KEEP_UNTIL

DATE

Keep Until time (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

KEEP_OPTIONS

VARCHAR2(11)

Keep options (same as in V$BACKUP_SET)

DEVICE_TYPE

VARCHAR2(17)

Type of device. If the backup set exists on more than one device type, an * is indicated here.

COMPRESSED

VARCHAR2(3)

YES, if backup is compressed

NUM_COPIES

NUMBER

Number of identical copies

OUTPUT_BYTES

NUMBER

Size of the backup set

ORIGINAL_INPUT_BYTES

NUMBER

Amount of data backed up when the backup set was created

COMPRESSION_RATIO

NUMBER

The ratio between the total blocks in the datafile and the blocks that RMAN backed up. This is not the the ratio from the AS COMPRESSED BACKUPSET clause of the BACKUP command.

STATUS

CHAR(1)

The status of the backup set. It is always A (all backup pieces available), because this view only reflects available backup sets.

ORIGINAL_INPRATE_BYTES

NUMBER

Number of bytes read per second when backup set was initially created

OUTPUT_RATE_BYTES

NUMBER

Number of bytes written per second when the backup set was initially created

ORIGINAL_INPUT_BYTES_DISPLAY

VARCHAR2(4000)

Input rate to display

OUTPUT_BYTES_DISPLAY

VARCHAR2(4000)

Size of backup set to display

ORIGINAL_INPRATE_BYTES_DISPLAY

VARCHAR2(4000)

Input rate per second for display

OUTPUT_RATE_BYTES_DISPLAY

VARCHAR2(4000)

Output rate per second for display

TIME_TAKEN_DISPLAY

VARCHAR2(4000)

Elapsed time in hh:mm:ss format

ENCRYPTED

VARCHAR2(3)

A value of YES means an encrypted backup, otherwise not an encrypted backup.

BACKED_BY_OSB

VARCHAR2(3)

A value of YES means the backup was done to Oracle Secure Backup. Otherwise, backed up by other third party tape library.

CON_ID

NUMBER

The ID of the container to which the data pertains. Possible values include:

  • 0: This value is used for rows containing data that pertain to the entire CDB. This value is also used for rows in non-CDBs.

  • 1: This value is used for rows containing data that pertain to only the root

  • n: Where n is the applicable container ID for the rows containing data

See Also:

"V$BACKUP_SET"