Re: running UTLRP.sql

From: Bradd Piontek <piontekdd_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2008 10:30:48 -0600
Message-ID: <e9569ef30811140830q5852d9dgb8e40c972cdeaf@mail.gmail.com>


What exactly is it you are trying to accomplish? If it is to re-validate objects after a change, there are other ways to go about it than using utlrp.sql . You could wrap DBMS_UTILITY.COMPILE_SCHEMA in a package that certain users/roles could call. You could also find, via web search, a myriad of scripts that do a similar things.

Bradd Piontek
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  • William Feather

On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 10:00 AM, Fedock, John (KAM.RIC) < John.Fedock_at_us.kline.com> wrote:

> For 10.2.0.3, HP-UX, the header in the script clearly states you must be
> a user with SYSBDA privs to run.
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>
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> The doco states that a SYSDBA user can also:
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> - Perform STARTUP and SHUTDOWN operations
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> ALTER DATABASE: open, mount, back up, or change character set
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> CREATE DATABASE
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> DROP DATABASE
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> CREATE SPFILE
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> ALTER DATABASE ARCHIVELOG
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> ALTER DATABASE RECOVER
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> Includes the RESTRICTED SESSION privilege
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> After code changes, we run utlrp.sql to recompile invalidated objects. We
> would like some users to run this, but not any with a SYSDBA privs. Any
> ideas? Maybe a Unix script that they can execute that will run and do
> this? Just looking for fresh ideas.
>
> TIA,
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>
>
> *John Fedock*
>
> *"K"* Line America, ISD Department
>
>
>

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