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2 posts in Backup and Recovery Last posting was on 2001-03-12 03:37:54.0Z
Eka Anjas Saputra Posted on 2001-03-12 02:48:25.0Z
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Whats the meaning of retains daya in dump procedure syntax


Anthony Mandic <amandic Posted on 2001-03-12 03:37:54.0Z
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Eka Anjas Saputra wrote:
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> Whats the meaning of retains daya in dump procedure syntax

It acts as an expiry period. Basically protecting the
dump from being overwritten before that period.

-am © 2001