We have a 25GB Oracle production database spread over 11 shadow sets. From time to time the database administrator (DBA) decides that it is time to âcopy prod to test,’ repopulating the test database with current production data. We describe a technique we use to accomplish this using VMS Host Shadowing and the shared access disk capability of a VMS Cluster.
Using VMS Shadowing to Copy Your Database
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