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What does BLIB stand for?

BLIB stands for Block Level Incremental Backup


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SDP provides the capability to store data on a wide variety of storage devices, as well as perform a variety of functions, including the following: -- Full or tablespace backup of a database while it is online or off-line -- Full database restores either online or offline -- Tablespace restore while database is offline -- Backups of archive log files -- Block level incremental backup of changed database pages -- Oracle backups with virtually no application impact.
BENEFITS OF LIGHTEDGE MANAGED BACKUP ---------------------------------------------------------------------- FEATURE BENEFIT ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Block-level Block level incremental backup is the most efficient Incremental way to transport, store and administer data for an Backup incremental backup.
SDP for Oracle on Linux allows data storage on a wide variety of storage devices and allows performance of: -- Full or tablespace backup of a database while it is online or offline -- Full database restores either online or offline -- Tablespace restores while database is offline -- Backups of archive log files -- Block level incremental backup of changed database pages -- Oracle backups with virtually no application impact "By adding the backup capabilities of SDP for Oracle on Linux to your database management tool box, you gain the power of centralized backup and archive management," says David Miller, STORServer's senior software architect, "as well as on-line backup and restore, incremental backup, and automated storage management functions.
SDP provides the capability to store data on a wide variety of storage devices, as well as perform a variety of functions, including: -- Full or tablespace backup of a database while it is online or off-line -- Full database restores either online or offline -- Tablespace restore while database is offline -- Backups of archive log files -- Block level incremental backup of changed database pages -- Oracle backups with virtually no application impact.