Thanks. I did come across that one, but the doco tells me that it will
verify the physical existence of the backup, doesn't it?
My hesitance with this is the NetBackup product: it manages the backups
and the tape library. If I go and try to get RMAN to access the tape
library and do a cross-check (even if I knew what tape to load - which I
don't), most probably the whole fragile kittenkaboodle will fall apart
in a screaming heap once again and the NetBackup people won't be very
Ken Naim wrote:
> Perform a crosscheck which should sync the catalog to the file system.
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