Migrate Database to ASM Using RMAN


We are Using RMAN to relocate non-ASM files to ASM files. The ASM files cannot be accessed through normal OS interfaces.Step1: Query V$CONTROLFILE and V$LOGFILE to get the file names.
SQL> select * from V$CONTROLFILE;
SQL> select * from V$LOGFILE;

Step 2: Shutdown the database.
SQL> SHUTDOWN IMMEDIATE;

Step3: Modify the target database parameter file:
(i) Remove the CONTROL_FILES parameter from the spfile, so the control files will be created automatically in ASM Disk group mentioned in DB_CREATE_FILE_DEST destination
Using a pfile then set CONTROL_FILES parameter to the appropriate ASM files or aliases.
(ii) Set the DB_CREATE_FILE_DEST and DB_CREATE_ONLINE_LOG_DEST_n parameters to the relevant ASM disk groups.

Step 4: Startup nomount mode and Restore control file
RMAN> STARTUP NOMOUNT;

Restore the control file into the new location.
RMAN> RESTORE CONTROLFILE FROM ‘old_controlfile_name’;
Step 5: Startup mount mode and backup the Database.
RMAN> ALTER DATABASE MOUNT;

Backup database into ASM disk group.
RMAN> BACKUP AS COPY DATABASE FORMAT ‘+diskgroup1’;

Step 6: Switch database and create or rename Redo log members
Switch all data files to the new ASM Diskgroup location.
RMAN> SWITCH DATABASE TO COPY;
RMAN> SQL “ALTER DATABASE RENAME ‘old_redolog_member’ to ‘+diskgroup2’;
or
Create new redo logs in ASM Disk group and delete the old redo log files.

Step 7: Open Database and create temporary tablespace.
Open database using resetlogs
SQL> ALTER DATABASE OPEN RESETLOGS;

Create temporary tablespace in ASM disk group.
SQL> CREATE TABLESPACE temp1 ADD TEMPFILE ‘+diskgroup1’;

Step 8: Drop old database files.
1. SQL> DROP TABLESPACE ‘old_temporary_tablespace’ including contents and datafiles;
2. Remove all remaining Non-ASM database files using OS commands

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