@#$%! spell check.  It doesn't like it when we verbize.

> Evan:
>doesn't it seem something of an oxymoron to be making the system not active
>(quiescing) so you can execute a save while active procedure without
problems ?

Quiescing is a fairly standard practice.  Hot Oracle backups, and even
disk-level "snapshots" in SAN technology are best accomplished by
establishing a checkpoint during a short period of inactivity.


James P. Damato
Manager - Technical Administration
Dollar General Corporation
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