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Old 11-03-2007
MySQL Need Info

Hi,

I'm a oracle DBA with little knowledge of Unix.

I wanted to write some shell scripts which will be helpful for DBA's regular activity.

As i'm a new to oracle with unix can any plese tell me what are all the activities can be done throgh Unix Shell Scripts also suggest me how to learn unix shell scripts quickly.

Thanks in Advance
Gobinathan
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Old 11-03-2007
I suggest you look at scripting the backup and restoring of databases, effectively preparing the things you need to do in a DR scenario.

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