RMAN control file backup and restore: help needed

Hello guys,.

I am new to RMAN and run RMAN for BACKUP scripts.

Run {}

CONFIGURE REDUNDANCY 1 RETENTION STRATEGY;

SET UP THE DEVICE TYPE DISK PARALLELISM 2 TYPE OF BACKUP BACKUPSET.

backup in compressed format additional effective backupset 0 database tag 'TEST_FULL_BACKUP' '$RMAN_BACKUP/datafiles_backup/bkp_${DD}/%d_%s_%p ';

Backup to compressed backupset archivelog all not saved both 1 FORMAT "$RMAN_BACKUP/arch_backup/bkp_${DD}/ARCH_%d_%s_%p".

CONFIGURE CONTROLFILE AUTOBACKUP FORMAT FOR DEVICE TYPE DISK to '$RMAN_BACKUP/controlfile_backup/bkp_${DD}/%F ';

delete noprompt obsolete;

delete noprompt archivelog all completed before ' sysdate-2';

}

I can see the data file and archieve files backup

$RMAN_BACKUP/datafiles_backup/bkp_${DD}/%d_%s_%p';

'$RMAN_BACKUP/arch_backup/bkp_${DD}/ARCH_%d_%s_%p ';

But control missing in "$RMAN_BACKUP/controlfile_backup/bkp_${DD}/%F";

What is the problem with my order... Help, please

S

RMAN > list backup of controlfile;

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