Re: Different OS user to start/stop listener

Operating system??

If a *nix, it almost sounds like someone forgot to run root.sh at the 
end of install.  In which case, could you cd to the ORACLE_HOME/bin and 
"ls -l oracle* lsnr*)

/Hans

On 04/11/2011 12:22 PM, LS Cheng wrote:
> Hi
> Does anyone know if it is possible to stop a listener started by another
> user in 11gR2 (I am not sure if 10g had same behaviour).
>
> For instance I have user1 and user2 as dba users in the operating system,
> if user1 starts listener then it seems that only user1 can stop the
> listener, when trying with user2 I am getting
>
> TNS-01190: The user is not authorized to execute the requested listener
> command
>
> I also have a problem with the logfile, since the listener logfiles are
> created with 640 permission if I start the listener using a user who didnt
> create this file before then nothing is written in the log, this obvious
> due to 640 permission but the not so obvious thing is I dont get any
> complaints when starting the listener as another user.
>
> Anyone's got experience with these issues :-? May be I need to relax some
> security restrictions?
>
> Thanks
>
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