Drawback: When restoring files previously saved, you must first restore physical files before you attempt to restore logical files because logical files cannot be restored if the physical file is not on the system.
Advantage: If physical and logical files are in same library, the restore automatically restores physical files and logicals in the required sequence.
I know that we can create logical files in different libraries than the physical files, but I don't like that idea. What are your thoughts as to the advantages/drawbacks of the multi library approach?
All the best,
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