From Roy Hann@21:1/5 to Rich Ford on Tue Jan 25 16:22:58 2022
Rich Ford wrote:
Is it possible to save a checkpoint file in a backup directory
then destroy the database, create the database and then use this
checkpoint file to recover the database the state prior to the
Like everyone else has said, I would discourage that approach.
The preferred tool for that situation is unloaddb.
That said, your disaster recovery plan should include all the steps
required to do just what you suggest. In the event of a total loss of
the facility (fire, flood, carpet moths) you need to be able to
reinstate your database on a new machine using the checkpoint.
I get the impression you are new to the site. You should ask if
anyone else there knows where the disaster plan is.
If they don't, your next step is to become a hero by writing it.