Please use PersephoneShell to initialize the database schema

Note! The rest of this section is provided as a reference

You can use the following SQL commands to manage your Oracle database. See the subsections below for more information.

Connect to the Database Using Oracle EZ Connection

To connect to the database using the sqlplus client through Oracle EZ Connection method enter the following (replace the text highlighted in yellow with real data).

sqlplus persephone/myPassword@mydomain.com:1521/my-inst

Transferring a File from a Server's Datapump Repository

To transfer a file from an Oracle server's datapump repository enter the following (replace the text highlighted in yellow with real data).

BEGIN
     DBMS_FILE_TRANSFER.PUT_FILE(
         source_directory_object       => 'DATA_PUMP_DIR',
         source_file_name              => 'sourcefilename.dmp',
         destination_directory_object  => 'DATA_PUMP_DIR',
         destination_file_name         => 'destinationfilename.dmp',
         destination_database          => 'destination_persephone'
     );
END;
/
*** DBMS_FILE_TRANSFER.GET_FILE is the opposite of DBMS_FILE_TRANSFER.PUT_FILE.

List Files in the Datapump Repository

To list the files in the datapump repository enter the following (replace the text highlighted in yellow with real data).

select * from table(RDSADMIN.RDS_FILE_UTIL.LISTDIR('datapump-dir'));

List File Contents

To view the contents of a file enter the following (replace the text highlighted in yellow with real data).

select * from table(RDSADMIN.RDS_FILE_UTIL.READ_TEXT_FILE('DATA_PUMP_DIR',
'test.log' ))

The example above would display the contents of a file called "test.log".

Deleting Files

To remove a file enter the following (replace the text highlighted in yellow with real data).

exec utl_file.fremove( 'DATA_PUMP_DIR', 'test.log' );

The example above would delete a file called "test.log".

Re-sizing a Tablespace

To re-size a tablespace enter the following (replace the text highlighted in yellow with a real values).

create tablespace persephone datafile size 150G ;

The example above would re-size the tablespace persephone to 150GB.

Importing the Datapump File to an Oracle Server

The following shows an example of importing a datapump file to an Oracle server running on Linux. Replace the text highlighted in yellow with actual data.

nohup \
impdp persephone/myPassword@mydomain.com:1521/my-inst\
                remap_schema=GV_PLANTS_MODEL:persephone \
                directory=DATA_PUMP_DIR \
                dumpfile=dumpfilename.dmp logfile=logfilename.log &