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.bash_profile [message #638327] Tue, 09 June 2015 09:19 Go to next message
krish96
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Hello Experts,

Is there a way to automatically execute .bash_profile or propmts for setting evironment variables after you login into server, Instead of running executing .bash_profile manually everytime you login to server..

Thanks in advance..
krish
Re: .bash_profile [message #638330 is a reply to message #638327] Tue, 09 June 2015 09:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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This question bears no real connection with Oracle database.
Please find a more appropriate forum.
The topic is locked. /forum/fa/448/0/
If I'm wrong, please, PM me (or report this message to a moderator, explain why you think it should be unlocked and it might be done).

Re: # .bash_profile of linux server [message #638743 is a reply to message #638327] Fri, 19 June 2015 08:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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slow learner?
http://www.orafaq.com/forum/m/638330/#msg_638330
Re: # .bash_profile of linux server [message #638744 is a reply to message #638743] Fri, 19 June 2015 08:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Lousy memory Wink
Re: # .bash_profile of linux server [message #638745 is a reply to message #638743] Fri, 19 June 2015 08:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
krish96
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i dont't think you have a answer ..
Re: # .bash_profile of linux server [message #638746 is a reply to message #638744] Fri, 19 June 2015 08:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
krish96
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yeah just like you ..
Re: # .bash_profile of linux server [message #638747 is a reply to message #638744] Fri, 19 June 2015 08:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BlackSwan
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gazzag wrote on Fri, 19 June 2015 06:15
Lousy memory Wink

So if I answered you today, you would post same question again next week.
So not worth my effort to do more.
Re: # .bash_profile of linux server [message #638748 is a reply to message #638747] Fri, 19 June 2015 08:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
krish96
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I dont see that you have already replied to this with a solution .. Shocked
Re: # .bash_profile of linux server [message #638759 is a reply to message #638748] Fri, 19 June 2015 18:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BlackSwan
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as a *NIX learning exercise place the following line in your .bash_profile file

date >> /tmp/login_capture.txt

Realize that .bash_profile is only executed when you actually LOGIN to the OS; not when you open a new Terminal window.
You can observe this behavior by inspect the contents of /tmp/login_capture.txt any time you get curious about its content.
Some, many, most professional DBAs maintain their own database specific configuration files; like DEV.env, QA.env, PROD.env, DWH.env, etc. & source in the desired file prior to initiating activity against the specific database.
Depending upon .bash_profile to establish Oracle environment is amateurish at best.
Re: # .bash_profile of linux server [message #638777 is a reply to message #638759] Sat, 20 June 2015 09:38 Go to previous message
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BlackSwan wrote on Fri, 19 June 2015 18:17

Some, many, most professional DBAs maintain their own database specific configuration files; like DEV.env, QA.env, PROD.env, DWH.env, etc. & source in the desired file prior to initiating activity against the specific database.


I'd agree with the "some" and even perhaps the "many". Not so sure about the "most". Maybe I'm in the vast minority and don't know it (who really is in a position to know for sure?)but I just rely on oraenv. Not sure of the advantage, if any, of a series of custom scripts when oracle has already provided a good one.

That said, I do have a series of 'env' scripts to be executed at the command line on my one pair (prod and test) of Windows boxes.

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Depending upon .bash_profile to establish Oracle environment is amateurish at best.


To that I agree completely.
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