MV2ADB – One-Click Move of your Data into OCI Autonomous Databases – Auto Operation

In the previous blog post MV2ADB – One-Click Move of your Data into OCI Autonomous Databases – Step by Step I wrote about the new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure tool to transfer local data into Autonomous Databases step by step. There you see how to install and configure mv2adb and how to transfer your data to ADB step by step.

The auto operation parameter is now “all in one”, one parameter and all required steps like export, transfer etc. are done fully automated.

Prerequisites

  • mv2adb rpm package installed, always get the newest version from My Oracle Support (Doc ID 2463574.1)
  • HTTP/SQL*Net Connectivity from the on premises server to the Autonomous Database
  • Autonomous Database Wallet (can be downloaded from the ATP main page)
  • Instant Client with Basic Package, SQL*Plus Package and Data Pump, SQL*Loader and Workload Replay Client – if there is an existing RDBMS installation 18.3 or higher, you can use it
  • Java executable – same like above, you can use the RDBMS installation too
  • Perl Release 5.10 or above
  • Optional: Oracle OCI Command Line Interface – https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/iaas/Content/API/Concepts/cliconcepts.htm installed and configured

Let’s go – we transfer the local HR Schema to ADB fully automated

Example with parameter OCIC=true – visible in the output lines where the OCI bucket upload is done.

Verification

Summary

The auto function completely eliminates the manual steps to upload your data into an Autonomous Database steps. And in case of any error, you have the same logfiles like you do it step by step. Great!

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