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SYSTEM, sysdba, sysoper [message #526560] Tue, 11 October 2011 10:05 Go to next message
hanner
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my understanding of the above from this forum and self- reading:

is that among the 3, they are not 'of - less privilege' between each other.

Is something like a function group, each performing certain task.

Can help to list out (in practical way) when, you log in as one of them and what are you practically doing.

What i came to know is that sys admin who maintain a unix system have the privilege to actually perform start up and shutdown a db. So i guess they are given a system role?

Of course they are not able to create or drop any db that role is obviously reserved to dba.

This all that i know practically.
Re: SYSTEM, sysdba, sysoper [message #526564 is a reply to message #526560] Tue, 11 October 2011 10:11 Go to previous message
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Database Administrator's Guide
Chapter 1 Overview of Administering an Oracle Database
Sections Database Administrator Usernames and Administrative Privileges.

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Michel

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