Re-directed Restore of an Oracle 10g Database and Archive Logs configured with Automated Storage Management (ASM) to another Oracle server configured with ASM fails.
When re-directing an Oracle Database and Archived Logs to another Orace Server with an ASM Configuration, the Redirected Oracle File paths will point to the ASM DiskGroup and is typically referenced with a (+) symbol.
ASM Datafile Path: +ASM/orcl/datafile/
ASM Archive Path: +ASM/orcl/
These Data and Archive paths will be used within the Oracle Re-direction Job Settings. If this is done, the job will fail with the error noted.
0xe0001012 - The redirected data file path is not available or is inaccessible. Verify that the path exists and is accessible, and then try again.
0xe0001013 - The redirected archive log file path is not available or is inaccessible. Verify that the path exists and is accessible, and then try again.
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Restore the Oracle Datafiles and Archive Logs to the other Oracle ASM configuration using RMAN