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Re: VMS Oracle files belong to SYSTEM - why?

From: Daniel Benson <dbenson_at_us.oracle.com>
Date: 26 Aug 92 16:53:33 GMT
Message-ID: <1992Aug26.165333.3210@oracle.us.oracle.com>

In article <1992Aug25.115821.1_at_jaguar.uofs.edu> littlec1_at_jaguar.uofs.edu (Chris Little) writes:
>
>On VMS, why are ORACLE files belonging to SYSTEM, for instance
>DBS files, archive log files, etc? If they're created by an ORACLE
>process, then surely they should belong to ORACLE and not SYSTEM.
>
>Any insight? Thanks in advance.
>
>--
>Chris Little, Programmer/DBA University Computing Systems
> University of Scranton
> LITTLEC1_at_JAGUAR.UOFS.EDU Scranton, PA 18510

Chris,

The ORACLE files belong to what ever UIC that created the database. SYSTEM created your database. The install guide suggests you use the ORACLE account. There are no technical problems with SYSTEM owning those files. -d D
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There is no problem with SYSTEM owning the files Received on Wed Aug 26 1992 - 11:53:33 CDT

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