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    To solve RMAN-06207, RMAN-06208, RMAN-06210 errors

    Hi friends,

    Sometimes we are facing errors from RMAN for Oracle backup as following.

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    RMAN-06207: WARNING: 2 objects could not be deleted for DISK channel(s) due

    RMAN-06208:          to mismatched status.  Use CROSSCHECK command to fix status

    RMAN-06210: List of Mismatched objects

    RMAN-06211: ==========================

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    RMAN-06212:   Object Type   Filename/Handle

    RMAN-06213: ————— —————————————————

    RMAN-06214: Archivelog      /ocfs2/arch/SPTELCO/SPTELCO_1_18272_647314401.arc

    RMAN-06214: Archivelog      /ocfs2/arch/SPTELCO/SPTELCO_2_18747_647314401.arc

    Solution for RMAN-06207, RMAN-06208, RMAN-06210 errors:

    To solve  RMAN-06207, RMAN-06208, RMAN-06210 errors perform crosscheck command execution from rman prompt. This command update RMAN’s metadata and catalog.

    RMAN>crosscheck archivelog all;

    If this command error doesn’t resolve then delete command can be helpful in this situation.


    If above all commands do not working then kindly check from where are you executing the above commands.

    Because standby archives don’t register in the primary database. For this situation execute the above commands in standby and primary both with “crosscheck archivelog all” command also.

    Thanks and regards,

    Dbametrix Solutions

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