Sunday, February 18, 2018

Unplugging and Plugging in of a Pluggable Database

In a multitenant environment we can unplug a pluggable database (PDB) from a container database (CDB), and then plug it into another CDB. After we unplug a PDB, it needs to be dropped from dba CDB as it become unusable in this CDB. We can plug the same PDB back into the same CDB as well. In this article I will explain how we perform this operation. I will unplug a database and plug it back in the same CDB, method of plugging it into a different CDB is essentially the same.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Point in Time Recovery of a Pluggable Database

In this article I will explain how we can perform a point in time recovery for a single pluggable database. Point in time recovery of a single pluggable database would not have any effect on other pluggable databases in the same container database, or container database itself. In the following, a real time scenario of a pluggable database point in time recovery is explained. Following are the points to consider this scenario.

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