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RE: [suse-oracle] ora10R2 startup ORA-01031

Magni Fabrizio

2006-03-31

Replies:


>
> i remember that oracle save thess passwort in
> /opt/oracle/ora01r2/dbs/oarapw<SID>
>
> but how will the /opt/oracle/ora10r2/bin/dbstart read this
> enrypted password file ?
>

Hi Reinhard,
It doesn't. The password is not read from dbstart.
You are authenticating yourself via OS.

Let's do these checks:

What the user you installed oracle binaries with? oracle?
The connect as oracle and post the result of the command "id".

Example:

id
uid=59(oracle) gid=54(oinstall) groups=6(disk),54(oinstall),55(dba)

Then post the content fo your $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/lib/config.c

Example:

cat ./rdbms/lib/config.c

/* SS_DBA_GRP defines the UNIX group ID for sqldba adminstrative
access. */
/* Refer to the Installation and User's Guide for further information.
*/

#define SS_DBA_GRP "dba"
#define SS_OPER_GRP "dba"

char *ss_dba_grp[] = {SS_DBA_GRP, SS_OPER_GRP};


Does your SS_DBA_GRP match one of the groups of your oracle user?
If it doesn't than that's your problem.

Eventually check the value of your remote_login_passwordfile and the
content of your $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/sqlnet.ora (if you have one).
remote_login_passwordfile shouldn't be a none (by the way: do you have a
valid and readeable password file?).
An entry like:
SQLNET.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES= (NONE)
In your sqlnet.ora can cause the problem.

Are you in any of the above cases?

Regards
Fabrizio



remote_login_passwordfile

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