RE: how can you protect read-only indexes?

You need to configure accounts and security differently.
Don't give owner id to developers.

Waleed

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From: Carmen Rusu [mailto:carmen.rusu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]=20
Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2005 11:03 AM
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Cc: Carmen Rusu
Subject: how can you protect read-only indexes?


Oracle EE 9.2.0.4 64 bit
SunOS 5.8 64bit
data warehouse db ~100gb right now, growing every month
no partitioning yet

Just verified that you can drop an index when its underlying tablespace
is in read-only mode.

It happened when an ETL job ran second time, by mistake. The
corresponding tables, also on read-only tablespaces, survived ok the
truncate op.

So, what can I do to foolproof my ETL, so that the indexes  are not
dropped by mistake next time?=20

Thanks,
-Carmen Rusu
Oracle DBA

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