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Old 04-13-2011
Writing from Unix DB to Linux NFS

I have an HP Unix server with Oracle DB and want to write Datapumo export files across the network to IMB/Linux NFS. Will that work?
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Old 04-15-2011
You mean write an NFS mounted remote fs? Why not?
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Old 04-15-2011
Datapumo is one better than a googlewhack. What is it?
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Old 04-16-2011
Oracle Datapump !

Originally Posted by methyl
Datapumo is one better than a googlewhack. What is it?

he surely means the Oracle Datapump.

Have a look at:

Data Pump Export (expdp) and Data Pump Import(impdp) - Oracle Wiki


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