Re: oracle 11.2 crs permission issue

This may be a job for "sudo" or some other restricted type interface where
select accounts have the ability to execute the commands they need ... Can
you persuade the security goons and sys admins to grant  access to your
userid?
v/r,

Gus

On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 9:19 AM, Jeremy Schneider <
jeremy.schneider@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Sure... it would be easy if the oracle user could just access and backup
> everything - web servers, NFS shares, filesys config, etc...
> Clusterware is really a completely separate product, which manages many
> applications - of which the database is only one.  Really backups should
> be managed under root, and the oracle-specific parts could be passed off
> to processes running as the oracle user.  (The clusterware is not an
> oracle-specific part.)  FWIW, I don't know of any other clusterware
> product on the market which can be backed up by a non-root user account.
> -J
>
> On 9/2/2011 8:04 AM, TESTAJ3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >
> > I agree but you'd think oracle user would be able to have access to
> > them.  Its easier to back things up as oracle then to go thru the
> > hassle of trying to do it as root.
> >
> > joe
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