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Sep
18
comment Oracle remote OS authentication, security risks with domain users
I renamed my laptop computer to KA, so computer name is KA. Created local user MARIK. Switched off my network cable from my work computer, which is in domain and plugged it into my laptop. Set the same ip as it had my work compuer. Logged on to the computer by MARIK user. When I run whoami, it shows me KA\MARIK. Created user "OPS$MARIK" in my database and tried to connect from laptop without password and username. ORA-01017 happend. So by some way oracle check if user is a domain user or local user. One more thing to note. If you create user "OPS$MARIK" you can logon but not "OPS$LB\MARIK"
Sep
18
revised Oracle remote OS authentication, security risks with domain users
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asked Oracle remote OS authentication, security risks with domain users
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asked Connect Oracle database using AD account via OID
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accepted Can I have Oracle primary 11.2.0.1 and standby 11.2.0.3?
Mar
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comment Can I have Oracle primary 11.2.0.1 and standby 11.2.0.3?
@Phil what about a logical standby?
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revised Can I have Oracle primary 11.2.0.1 and standby 11.2.0.3?
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comment ORA-15081: failed to submit an I/O operation to a disk
I am using UDEV rules not asmlib, as I remember /etc/init.d/oracleasm exists when using asmlib,isn't it?