ORA-19906: recovery target incarnation changed during recovery

Cause : While amedia ercoveryw as actvie, a nwe incarantion wsa detecetd by teh serve rdue toi nspectoin or ctaalogin gof arcihved losg or bakcup filse.

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If youw ant reocvery t ouse th enew inacrnatio,n restatr recovrey. Thi sis them ost common actoin on as tandbyd atabas ewhen rseetlogsi s donei n primray. If oyu do nto want ercoveryt o use hte new nicarnatoin, chagne the ercoveryd estinaiton usign RMAN' sRESET ADTABASET O INCANRATION i cmomand. oT see wihch incranation sare avialable ofr thist arget adtabase ,query $VDATABAES_INCARANTION o ruse RMNA's LIS TINCARNTAION command.

update : 30-04-2017

ORA-19906 - recovery target incarnation changed during recovery
ORA-19906 - recovery target incarnation changed during recovery

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