Depending on your exact situation, this
may/may not be of any use -
But perhaps you could cheat and just
use dd to image the box with oracle db
to the other box.
Presumably you'd only have to change
a some non oracle related things on
the second box.
Like i say - could be a quick solution
or a very bad idea depending on your setup.
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From: kevin lyda [mailto:kevin at suberic.net]
Sent: 22 February 2002 12:27
To: irish linux users group
Subject: [ILUG] copying oracle db's from one box to another....
how does one copy an oracle db from one box to another? particularly if
oracle isn't running on the first machine?
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