RE: tnsnames.ora file maintenance

 

For the Network windows users, I don't think network latency is much of
an issue with a centrall located tnsnames.ora file and a TNS_ADMIN
environment variable.   We have that many users at least.  You can put
the below directory path in their sqlnet.ora files and only the tnsnames
will be searched if a wrong database is issued... (not likely with
applications).   Ie. No OID, NTS, or other methods not listed will be
searched.

 

NAMES.DIRECTORY_PATH= (TNSNAMES)

 

For the UNIX boxes, I use the 'classic' ftp.exe <ftp://ftp.exe/>  that
comes with Hummingbird, (Exceed)... (not the newest ftp).   I can create
a profile for my tnsnames directory and have a window for every
server...   So my screen looks like a window where ever server has a
window tiled, say eight or nine tiled windows, (including my desktop).
I can then just drap the new tnsnames.ora file to each window replacing
the existing one.   Drag eight or nine times, and your done with the
unix boxes.    (I give the SQL*Server DBA a copy for her to use on her
servers... don't know what she does).

 

Joel Patterson 
Database Administrator 
joel.patterson@xxxxxxxxxxx 
x72546 
904  727-2546 

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From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Eugene Pipko
Sent: Tuesday, March 03, 2009 1:39 PM
To: 'Allen, Brandon'; 'oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: RE: tnsnames.ora file maintenance

 

If I put that on the network, then every user / every server connection
will have to access that same file. Will I create a network traffic,
latency?

Anyone has it this way with about 300 users?

 

Eugene Pipko

Seattle Pacific Industries

office: 253.872.5243

cell: 206.304.7726

P  Please consider the environment before printing this e-mail.

 

From: Allen, Brandon [mailto:Brandon.Allen@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 03, 2009 10:34 AM
To: Eugene Pipko; 'oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: RE: tnsnames.ora file maintenance

 

You can put the files on a network file share and then configure
everyone to point there by setting their TNS_ADMIN environment variable,
or you can use Directory Naming instead of tnsnames.

 

Regards,

Brandon

 

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