Examples of BRRESTORE Runs

brrestore -b last -m all
Restore all tablespaces without the control file and online redo log files from the last successful backup.

brrestore -b bcnmhluz.aft -m full
Restore all the files from backup bcnmhluz.aft, including the control file and the online redo log files.  Restore the mirror copies of the control file and the online redo log files.

brrestore -m /usr/sap/C11/SYS/profile
Restore the SAP profiles.

brrestore -m /oracle/C11/sapdata1=/oracle/C11/sapdata5
Restore all the database data files that were originally stored in the subdirectories of /oracle/C11/sapdata1 in directory /oracle/C11/sapdata5.

brrestore -b last -m 1-10,01-04,0
Restore all the database data files with Oracle file IDs from 1 through 10, the four online redo log files, and the control file starting from the last successful backup.  Restore the mirror copies of the control file and the online redo log files.

brrestore -m 0
Restore the control file.  Restore the mirror copies of the control file.

brrestore -b last -m /oracle/C11/sapdata2/ddicd_5/ddicd.data5
Restore a database data file starting from the last successful backup.

brrestore -a 200-220
Restore the archived redo log files with the log sequence numbers from 200 through 220 into the archiving directory.

brrestore -a 40-70=/oracle/C11/sapbackup 71-90=/oracle/C11/sapreorg
Restore the archived redo log files with the log sequence numbers from 40 through 70 in directory sapbackup and those with the log sequence numbers from 71 through 90 in directory /oracle/C11/sapreorg.

brrestore -a 40-69,70-100=/oracle/C11/sapbackup
Restore the archived redo log files with the log sequence numbers from 40 through 69 in the archiving directory, and those with the log sequence numbers from 70 through 100 in directory sapbackup.

brrestore -n det_log
Restore a detail log to the local working directory.