This topic describes how to manually recover a database after the V2P process.
For Oracle database, while running V2P you can set recoverDatabase=false and openDatabase=false. If you set recoverDatabase=false, you need to run
recover-vdb.sh, followed by
open-vdb.sh. But if you perform V2P with recoverDatabase=true and openDatabase=false, you will need to run
- In the V2P target environment, navigate to the scripts directory for your exported database instance.
You can find the scripts in a sub-directory named for that specific database instance. For Oracle databases, the path is
<target_directory>/<db_unique_name>/script/<instance name>. For SQL Server databases, the path is
- For Oracle databases, locate the scripts
open-vdb.sh. Run them in that order.
For SQL Server databases, locate the script
Provision.ps1and run it.
- For SQL Server databases, when the script completes, Refresh the target environment for it to discover the recovered database.
For Oracle databases, add the recovered database to
/etc/orataband Refresh the target environment for it to discover the recovered database.