Re: Quick sqlnet.ora question
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 18:36:55 -0500
What shell? Did you make sure to export TNS_ADMIN? It has been a few years since I set up ASO, but I don't recall having to make any listener.ora parameters. It was a fairly low risk change in the sqlnet.ora depending on the value you choose to set on the client and server
On 7/16/08, Michael Schmitt <mschmitt_at_uchicago.edu> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I had a quick question about the sqlnet.ora for an issue that I am having.
> We have a 10.2.0.3 database running AIX 5L. We wanted to test the Advance
> security network encryption without interfering with the current
> Therefore, we set the TNS_ADMIN variable to a directory and placed the
> listener.ora and sqlnet.ora file in the directory. We named the listener
> LISTENER_SEC and set it to listen on a different port.
> We can start the listener with lsnrctl start LISTENER_SEC. However, for
> some reason it is not picking up the sqlnet.ora in the TNS_ADMIN directory.
> I set the following in the sqlnet.ora file as a test
> However the listener is not writing to the log in that directory. Any ideas
> on why it is not picking up the sqlnet.ora under the TNS_ADMIN directory?
> Thanks in advance
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