database in backup mode

Hi guys,.

If I put my database in backup mode and perform the backup (hotbackup / online) of the database.

When I need to do the restore, can I archive logs at all? (not necessary to recover to point in time) Can I restore data files and do an alter database open resetlogs?

The database will be inconsistent and cannot start without applying archive logs at all? as the data is not stopping when you perform the backup.

Thank you

You have to do it all again (i.e. the ArchiveLogs):
FROM: The time where the ALTER DATABASE BEGIN BACKUP (or the first ALTER TABLESPACE BEGIN BACKUP)
To: The first ArchiveLog after BACKUP END EDIT (or the last BACKUP END of ALTER TABLESPACE)
Therefore, you should always make ALTER SYSTEM ARCHIVE LOG CURRENT at the end of the backup mode and capture this archivelog in your backup.

The database will be inconsistent (and DOES not) until and unless you apply the redo (archived).

Hemant K Collette

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