Re: Change the default password for INTERNAL.

From: Juhan Kundla <>
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 1999 17:48:49 +0300
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[Quoted] AFAIK there is no default password for internal. You have to supply a pswd for internal during instance creation using oradim utility. I don't know exactly, but in order to change that pswd, you have to either recreate your db-instance or there is an option to change that with oradim.

Kenneth C Stahl wrote:
> What is the default password for INTERNAL. The only time I ever use
> INTERNAL is when I am logged into UNIX as oracle and then I just simply
> enter "CONNECT INTERNAL" and it does not prompt for a password. I am
> aware, of course, that if I am not logged into the os oracle account
> that I will be prompted for a password if I try to "connect internal"
> but didn't know that there is actually a password that could be entered
> there.
> Ken
> Ravi Kondamuru wrote:
> > Hi, I have been able to change the password of SYS from the
> > default. However I have found that the alias "INTERNAL" still has the
> > default password. Can someone help me understand how to change the
> > password for INTERNAL. thanks, - Ravi.

[Quoted] Ilusat suve...

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Received on Mon Aug 16 1999 - 16:48:49 CEST

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