Stop and start database for cold backup

Hi,
Database :Oracle 10g R1
OS : Red hat 3
I have a RAC database with 2 nodes.
I build this script to make a cold backup of the database. (I will put it in the cron tab).
My question is the SRVCTL will work in this scripts??
# ***** COLDBACKUP ORACLE DATABASE ON LINUX *****
DIRECTORY=/u02/backup/script/; export DIRECTORY
cd ${DIRECTORY}
# ***** SHUTDOWN THE DATABASE *******
export oracle_sid=RCDB
srvctl stop database -d RCDB
# *****cold backup for "RCDB" database on 13-FEB-07 ... *****
# ***** COPY FILES *****
# Redo logs
cp /u02/oradata/RCDB/redo01.log ${DIRECTORY}
cp /u02/oradata/RCDB/redo07.log ${DIRECTORY}
cp /u02/oradata/RCDB/redo03.log ${DIRECTORY}
cp /u02/oradata/RCDB/redo08.log ${DIRECTORY}
# Datafiles
#*********START UP DATABASE AND SERVICES********
srvctl start database -d RCDB
exit
Message was edited by:
ASkika
Message was edited by:
ASkika

I need to put a quick policy backup ... and cold
backup it's what I use and it works.And reduces the availability of your cluster.
The problem about RMAN is that we never use it. I
have to learn about it to make scripts to test....
and this will tack me 2 or 3 days...I'd assume that installing RAC didn't go overnight, so why underfund the crucial part of any database system, the backup?
There's even a step by step guide for backup on the Getting Started: DBAs page.
Samples (and changes) on the latest version of RMAN can be found for example in RMAN Enhancements.
Or take a look at this Oracle Magazine article:Faster Backup, Faster Recovery
Backup and Recovery Basics in the user documentation may also be a good starting point.
C.

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