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passwd changed [message #122478] Mon, 06 June 2005 12:36 Go to next message
oskarthik
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Registered: March 2005
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see here the root passwd i.e "/ as sysdba" has been changed.

our OS -> linux
database server ->9i

so , when dbstart thru linux , it is blowing insufficient priviliges.how to recover or to set new passwd for the "/ as sysdba" then only db will be up..urgent.plz reply

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karthik

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Re: passwd changed [message #122485 is a reply to message #122478] Mon, 06 June 2005 13:29 Go to previous message
Mahesh Rajendran
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unix superuser ROOT password has nothing to do with oracle startup.
Infact dbstart/dbshut scripts doesnt have the passcodes hardcoded.
you need to login ( to the OS) as the right user ( the user should belong to the dba group).
login as oracle into the linux box and issue dbstart.
did you reset the passwordfile using orapwd utility?
if you are using advance security options (special entries in sqlnet.ora will NOT allow dbstart/dbshut scripts to do the job. rename sqlnet.ora to something, start/shut and rename back the sqlnet.ora).
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