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Restore from an inline load copy in replace mode. Currently, we are obliged to restore from the backup first and after to rollforward so that the load backup were used. It makes sense for a load in insert mode, but for a load in replace mode, it i...
Method to determine ETA to completion of Load copy-image replay(RIMS)
There is currently no method to determine an ETA to completion of the Load 'COPY YES' copy-image replay on Standby or during Rollfwd-Recovery. This is especially important in HADR scenario because while the copy-image is being replayed on Standby...
Enhance Granularity; Manageability; and Restartability of Redirected Restores(RIMS)
We need the ability to be able to restart a redirected restore from the point of any failed step rather than going back to the very beginning and rerunning the entire operation. Further we would like the ability to provide container paths without...
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