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I assume your app is doing the user/password check as you said it manages the users. With extended events you can audit the login and every needed field.
Create a password file, set it to insensitive. You should have a password file, even on windows, even if all it does is define who can connect as a sysdba. I just installed a default Standard Edition and a password file was created. THe last time I built a new EE system it was the same way. Here's the doc for how to set one up if you don't know. Make sure ...
Finally figured this out. I used home-brew to install MariaDB and as part of the setup it was using launchctl to start the server. The file ~/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.mysql.plist had --bind=127.0.0.1 in it.
DB2 will by default look for the group information in the same directory where the user is defined. For a domain user that would be the domain itself. If a domain user is a member of a local group, after setting DB2_GRP_LOOKUP=local make sure to restart the DB2 instance. If you have enabled extended security (which is the default installation option), you ...
I don't think any other ports than the listener ports are required. I suspect that the ports need to be open on your source AND target database/firewall, allowing both incoming and outgoing connections. Also, the host running RMAN has to be able to reach the listener ports, but that's probably default. If tnsping works to both servers from the host you are ...
Indeed it is a bad idea put oracle datafiles in a compressed folder as it uses async random IO. eg. on http://support.microsoft.com/kb/156932 we read: One obstruction to asynchronous operation is NTFS compression. The file system driver will not access compressed files asynchronously; instead all operations are just made synchronous. If you have ...
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