Server Utilities :: What Kind Of Backup By Looking At Export Dump File

Jan 2, 2012

Is there a way to know what kind of Backup (table/tablespace/full/schema) by looking at export dump file ? If yes, can you tell me the command ?

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Server Utilities :: Export Dump File

Jul 29, 2011

Is it possible to identify what level of export by looking at export dumpfile .. whether it is a schema export,full export,table export,..

If yes.. how ?

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Server Utilities :: How To Add Date / Time In Export Dump File In Linux

Jul 11, 2013

I want to know how to add date/time in export dump file in Linux using parfile script. I keep getting an error "contain an invalid substitution variables"

my parfile is:

Dumpfile = Daily_Full_%U_`date "+%Y%m%d%H%S"`.dmp or
Dumpfile = Daily_Full_%U_`%date%`.dmp

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Server Utilities :: Export Dump Of Large Table

Apr 9, 2010

We have two databases running on and Both are having the same unpartitioned table of size 80G. I am exporting the table on 10g by using parallel=8 and dumpfile with %U option. That took around 4 hours to export the table.

And on, i am exporting using below parameters, taking around 5 hours.


options i can try to speed up the export in both versions.

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Server Utilities :: Evaluate Export Dump Size

Jan 11, 2012

I want to take a schema level export .The schema size is 115 GB size . Do we require same amount of space to be available in server side (where we are taking a dump) as the schema size or less or more space is required in server side ?

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Server Utilities :: How To Export One Table To Few Separated Dump Files

Mar 24, 2010

I have a table with 9 regions. How can I export them in 9 seperated dump file?

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Server Utilities :: Export / Dump With Expdp For Non-privileged Users?

May 29, 2012

We are DB users (not DBAs) and used always exp/imp bevore application upgrade.

Was googling arround and read something like "Oracle Data Pump - Time to let go of Exp / Imp". It seems exp/imp is obsolete.

Our system doesn't have "expdp" command

> find . -name expdp

is this because of too old SQL*Plus?

> sqlplus
SQL*Plus: Release - Production on Tue May 29 16:05:28 2012
(c) Copyright 2000 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
Enter user-name: ^C^C

- does our DBA need to give us privileges to run expdp/impdp?

- is that true that a expdp/impdp dump will be on the Oracle server (not the client machine)?

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Server Utilities :: Multiple Export / Import Dump Files?

Apr 25, 2011

I am trying to export/import of a schema who's size is around 60 GB.

Export parfile goes like this..
file=expdmp1.dmp, expdmp2.dmp, expdmp3.dmp, expdmp4.dmp, expdmp5.dmp, expdmp6.dmp, expdmp7.dmp

Import parfile goes like this..

file=impdmp1.dmp, impdmp2.dmp, impdmp3.dmp, impdmp4.dmp, impdmp5.dmp, impdmp6.dmp, impdmp7.dmp

I am going to run this on production. So want to check it..

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Server Utilities :: Dump - Export Terminated Successfully With Warnings

Dec 6, 2012

When i do run export command through command prompt, its shows below error.

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:Documents and SettingsAdministrator>Exp disdeva/disa123@distesta file=D:DAI LY_BACKUPdistesta.dmp log=D:DAILY_BACKUPdistesta.log statistics=none buffer=5 000000 owner=distesta

Export: Release - Production on Thu Dec 6 15:06:21 2012

Copyright (c) 1982, 2005, Oracle. All rights reserved.

Connected to: Oracle Database 10g Release - Production Export done in WE8MSWIN1252 character set and AL16UTF16 NCHAR character set
server uses AL32UTF8 character set (possible charset conversion)

About to export specified users ...

EXP-00010: DISTESTA is not a valid username Export terminated successfully with warnings.

C:Documents and SettingsAdministrator>

When i connect from sqlplus, it doesn't give any erro. What could be the reason?

SQL> conn disdeva/disa123@distesta

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Server Utilities :: Taking Export Dump Using Expdp Of Some Schema's Of Total Size Is 300GB

Mar 30, 2007

I'm taking export dump using expdp of some schema's of total size is 300GB. This is the par file:

DUMPFILE=expdp_schema01.dmp,expdp_schema02.dmp,expdp_schema03.dmp,expdp_schema04.dmp,expdp_schema05.dmp,expdp_schema06.dmp,expdp_sche ma07.dmp,expdp_schema08.dmp,expdp_schema09.dmp,expdp_schema10.dmp,expdp_schema11.dmp,expdp_schema12.dmp,expdp_schema13.d

here one biggest schema size is 250GB and the total size of all the schema's is 300GB. The file where am taking the dump has 350GB space but even then the expdp failed saying

ORA-39095: Dump file space has been exhausted: Unable to allocate 8192 bytes

why it failed and how to restart it and make sure it runs successfully without error.

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Server Utilities :: Dump File Determination

Mar 29, 2013

Is it possible to determine whether the dump file is created using data pump export or normal export method by just looking at dump file, If yes, how ?

Why i am asking such question is...normal export and data pump export would create a dump file with an same extension filename.dmp. So to avoid confusion during import, i would want to determine by what method the dump file was created.

Also this would be useful for me at the scenario when the customer sends me only the dumpfile and ask to import into target database. ( may be the customer don't know in what method the dump file was created ).

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Server Utilities :: FTP Dump File Over Network

Apr 19, 2010

I have A Daily hot backup using Expdp Command On oracle 10g R2 installed on the Linux server. And I'm trying to move this Dump File to Another directory on Windows server 2003 over network using Ftp script which will be run after the export process finished Automatically.

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Server Utilities :: Dump File Generation

Jan 18, 2012

I have a question on export dump file generation.

select sum(bytes)/(1024*1024*1024) "GB" from dba_segments where owner='JACK';

The above select query give the output of Schema size with 15 GB. When i perform the same schema export, the dump file size generating is 2 GB. What is the difference between the two scenarios as how come there could be a variation in file size?

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Server Utilities :: How To Reimport 9i Dump File To 10g

May 29, 2010

I am in the process of upgrading our 9i DB to 10g . As they are on different servers, I have installed 10g on the new server and applied the latest patchset

I am creating the production database and importing th e9i dump file into this.Now I will be testing the whole application that uses this database.After a week, I need to take the latest 9i dump and export to the new 10g DB.

Do I need to just import the latest 9i dump into the 10g db or do I need to do anything else?

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Server Utilities :: Import Dump File In 11g

Feb 24, 2012

I am facing a problem importing DMP file in 11g. While importing it gives me error not responding. I have to attached the jpg file for that to clear you my point whats wrong is going during import. My Dump is on 9i i want to import that on 11G R2.

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Server Utilities :: Import Dump File Without 2 Tables

Jan 3, 2012

I want to import dump file (without 2 tables) .The dump file contains 100 tables,indexes and constraints. So out of 100 tables i want to import 98 tables from dump file (without 2 tables).

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Server Utilities :: IMPDP (ORA-31619 Invalid Dump File)

May 29, 2012

I need to recreate/ clone my database to a new machine. The two machine are not connected in the network.

Step 1. (Oracle AIX 64-bit)
expdp username/password@db1 full=y dumpfile=dp:fpac052912_dp%U.dmp logfile=dp:fpac052912_expdp.log job_name=full_exp

Step 2.
FTP dump files to Windows

Step 3. (Oracle Windows 32-bit)
impdp username/password@db1 dumpfile=dp:fpac052912_dp%U.dmp logfile=dp:fpac052912_impdp.log full=y

I got:
ORA-39001: invalid argument value
ORA-39000: bad dump file specification
ORA-31619: invalid dump file "C:P7DBfpac052912_dp01.dmp"

Done in AIX:
create directory dp as '/bak'
grant read, write on directory dp to public;
grant exp_full_database to username;

Done in Windows:
create directory dp as 'C:P7DB';
grant read, write on directory dp to public;
grant exp_full_database to username;
grant imp_full_database to username;

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Server Utilities :: Error While Importing Dump File In Oracle 10g R1

Nov 1, 2012

While trying to import a schema using Data Dump, I am facing the following issue - UDI-00018 - Import utility version can not be more recent than the Data Dump server.Following is the version information of the source and target DB and the utilities :

Source DB server :
Export utility :
Import utility :

Target DB server :
Export utility :
Import utility :

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Server Utilities :: EXP Versus IMPDP Interrogating Dump File

Jul 16, 2010

I have a bit of an issue with Oracle datapump dump files.

Today, I manage the export and import of oracle dump files. As part of the batch export process I have a script which essentially says:

For each schema realated to my application in THIS instance, export schema via the system user (system user allows me privs to all schemas).

On the import UI side of things I am able to run a "head -20" command on the dmp file and determine the "export client version", "date the schema was dumped", and "what schema it was dumped from". All useful info presented in my UI.

Sample output: Begin

Wed Jun 30 11:51:21 UserXXX.dmp


Sample output: End

in that I allow the importation of production schemas into test schemas, (contained in a different tablespace). Based on naming convention I can determine the schema type (production or test). Additionally and probably most importantly, I am assured where the data has come from.

In looking at "expdp" and the dump file. Using the same method as above, it appears the data pump dump DOES NOT carry similar headers. Because of this, I am unable to return very little useful info from the dump file.

I realize I could run the impdp with the "sqlfile=myfile.sql" and then interrogate the sql file for the info. But on large dump files this would be fairly time consuming compared to a "head -20" on a dump file.

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Server Utilities :: Overwrite Existing Dump File In Expdp In Oracle 10g?

Apr 13, 2012

How we can overwrite existing dump file for expdp in oracle 10g because everytime we excute expdp and dmp file exist we get below error

ORA-39001: invalid argument value
ORA-39000: bad dump file specification
ORA-31641: unable to create dump file "C:scott_emp.dmp"
ORA-27038: created file already exists
OSD-04010: <create> option specified, file already exists

We have one feature in 11g reuse_dumpfiles=y ,which doesnt work in 10g, I want something which can overwrite existing dumpfile in 10g?

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Server Utilities :: Default Path Of Log File After Import Dump In Oracle 10g

Feb 25, 2011

What is the Default Path of Log File after Import Dump in Oracle 10g.

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Server Utilities :: Error / Bad Dump File Specification / Invalid Argument Value

Nov 21, 2012

I restore Dump File in Oracle 10g .

my Command is :


An error message is as follows:

"Invalid argument value"

"Bad dump file specification"

"Dump File may ba an original export Dump file "

I think the dump File is in Oracle 11g Format .

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Server Utilities :: Import Constraints Only From Dump File Using Oracle Data Pump?

Nov 16, 2011

How to import constraints only from a dump file using Oracle data pump.

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Server Utilities :: Data Pump Import - How To Identify Dump File Tablespaces

Jul 5, 2012

I'm rying to import schema's from a dump file that came from a different environment.

What I have is:

1. dump file
2. log file of the export

I'm trying to import the file(containing three schemas) with remap_schemas, and it fails, gives a lot of ORA-00959: tablespace 'string' does not exist.

Now, I've read in OTN:


that what you need to do in that case is to use the REMAP_TABLESPACE option,to redirect the objects to a different tablespace.

I don't see a name of the tablespace I'm getting the error for in the export log.I don't know if I have more tablespaces I have to redirect with REMAP_TABLESPACE.

I don't want to perform this 3 times, have an error, by that find out what's the next tablespace needing redirection and only then starting over...

How can I know from the dump file and the log file,what is the tablespace names i need for the redirection to my names? Or its just that the tablespace giving me the error is the only one in the dump file?

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Server Utilities :: Imported Dump File Does Not Show Any Table Under User Amol

Dec 20, 2011

I have dump file of 17 GB,which i want to import in my database db1 in user amol ;so i created new user under db1 as below ,before this i have created tablespace so that i can import my data only to that tablespace only. My steps are as below.

CREATE TABLESPACE ptaxold1 DATAFILE '/home/oracle/oracle/product/10.2.0/oradata/cvsdbm/ptaxold1.dbf' SIZE 6024M AUTOEXTEND ON;

create user amol identified by amol default tablespace ptaxold1 temporary tablespace tem; imp amol/amol then i mentioned my dump file but after importing it does not show any table under user amol.

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Server Utilities :: Import A Dump File Using Impdp Data Pump Utility On Oracle 10g

Feb 19, 2012

Is it possible to import a dump file using impdp data pump utility on oracle 10g where the export dump was taken using traditional exp utility and vice versa.

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Server Utilities :: Export / Import Backup

Sep 19, 2010

We are doing daily cold backup. Due to lack of disk space,we couldn't Hot backup. We want our database to be up when doing backups. Since only export/import is possible in our scenario, clarify few queries:

1) Export was done during off period from the live server.
2) We have a development server, in which we have to update our database daily. Can i overwrite the Development server using IMPORT daily? Since this import might show lots of errors (Object already exist), what parameters can i use for import.

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Server Utilities :: Import / Export Log File

May 11, 2010

Whats is the usage of log file in Import/export .If i use following command ,it exports successfully

exp scott/tiger file=check.dmp log=empc.log tables=emp

and if i remove .log from here it will also export successfully So why do we use .log in import/export.

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Backup & Recovery :: Convert Or Export Oracle 9i To 8i Dump

Nov 28, 2011

Can we convert or export oracle 9i dump to 8i dump ?

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Server Utilities :: IMP-00010 Not A Valid Export File

Oct 7, 2011

IMP-00010 not a valid export file, header failed verification.I want to ask that can I take Import of .dmp file from 64-bit to 32-bit machine

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