How to Check when Database was Last Cloned or open Resetlog Mode in Oracle.

If we want to find when was my database cloned last time or when you open your database in reset log mode. Here is the demonstration.

Below is the query to find the reset log date and time of the database.

SQL command to get the oracle client version. Click here to get sample output.

select to_char(RESETLOGS_TIME, 'DD-MON-YYYY, hh24:mi:ss') from v$database;

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