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Automate shutdown of Oracle Concurrent Managers then DB for backup

Automate shutdown of Oracle Concurrent Managers then DB for backup

Automate shutdown of Oracle Concurrent Managers then DB for backup

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Hi ,

**Oracle 11i Apps , 9i DB , RH Linux 3 AS**

Im looking at a script that will run using cron on a weekly basis at sometime during w/e after hours.

I need this to shutdown the concurrent mgrs ( using adstpall.sh) , wait until these are down ( ps-ef | grep FNDLIBR) and then shutdown the database using (firstly) a shutdown normal , and if after a period of time , a shutdown immediate.

After the db is backed up ( cold obviously ) I want to start the db up , then the conncurrent manages ( adstrtall.sh)

Im not asking for much , am I ?

Anyone else doing this?

Any ideas?

Cheers

GriffIreland

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