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Old 11-26-2007
restoration

i have 2 hardisk. Hardisk A and Hardisk B.
i have backup the oracle folder from hardisk A to hardisk B c0t0d0s4/oracle.

If i want to restore , what is the command and
what do i need to do ?
urgent help needed.

Thanks for your quick reply .
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Old 11-27-2007
what command did you use to back the data up?
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