a backup for (one or more) Oracle files, where the files are multiplexed together
a backup of one or more database files,while the image copy contains a backup of only one datafile
a collection of a client's active backed up data, stored and managed as a single object, on specific media, in server storage
a collection of files and folders with an associated set of rules and an optional schedule to automatically start a backup
a collection of files called backup pieces , each of which may contain the backup of one or several database files
a collection of media that contains all of your backed-up files
a list of files and folders to be backed up at a scheduled time
a logical construction
a logical object
a logical structure that contains one or more backup pieces , which are the physical files containing the data
a single file that contains one or more backed-up database file
A portable, consolidated group of active backup versions of files, generated for a backup-archive client.
A backup of one or more datafiles, control files, archived logs, or backup sets produced by the RMAN BACKUP command. A backup set is a logical grouping of one or more binary files called backup pieces. Backup sets are in a proprietary format and can only be restored by RMAN. See Also: backup piece, unused block compression, multiplexing, RMAN
A collection of active files in your file spaces that reside on the Storage Manager server. The Storage Manager administrator creates the backup set and copies it onto portable media device that is supported by the Storage Manager server and client.
A collection of active files in your file spaces that reside on the TSM server, created by your TSM administrator and copied onto any portable media device that is supported by both the TSM server and client.
An RMAN-specific logical grouping of one or more physical files called backup pieces. The output of the RMAN backup command is a backup set. Extract the files in a backup set by using the RMAN restore command. You can multiplex files into a backup set, that is, intermingle blocks from input files into a single backup set. There are two types of backup sets: Datafile backup sets, which are backups of any datafiles or a control file. This type of backup set is compressed, which means that it only contains datafile blocks that have been used; unused blocks are omitted. Archive log backup sets, which are backups of archived redo logs. See also backup piece and Recovery Manager (RMAN)
A collection of files, folders, and other data that has been backed up and stored in a file or on one or more tapes. See also: backup set catalog; on-disk catalog; on-media catalog