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The ASM Operations collection retrieves details regarding the currently running ASM operations.
The power actually allocated to the operation.
The estimated amount of time (in minutes) that the operation is expected to take.
The estimated rate (%) at which allocation units will be moved by the operation
The estimated number of allocation units that the operation needs to move.
The number of the disk group where the operation is running.
The type of the operation; REBAL, COD, DSCV, ACD, RFRSH, or EXPEL.
The state of the operation; WAIT, RUN, REAP, HALT, or ERRORS.
The power requested for the operation as specified by the ASM_POWER_LIMIT parameter.
Higher value of ASM_POWER_LIMIT indicate faster operation, while lower values indicate slower operation that uses fewer resources.
So Far Moved Units Number
The number of allocation units moved so far by the operation.
The Backup Config collection provides a list of configuration parameters value for RMAN.
The number of configuration parameters
The names of the configuration parameters
The values of the configuration parameters
The Backup Jobs collection collects RMAN jobs statuses.
Backup Job ID
The ID of the backup job
Backup Job Status
The status of the backup job
Backup Job Type
The type of the backup job
Job End Time
The end time of the backup job
Job Start Time
The start time of the backup job
The output message of the backup job
Session Rec ID
The Oracle identifier of the RMAN job
The time stamp of the session
Backup Type Status collection collects the last time stamp of each RMAN job that ran successfully.
The type of the backup job.
Days Since Backup
The number of days that passed since the last database backup.
Last Successful Backup
The date of the most recent successful backup that has been carried out for the database.
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