How To Move AUD$ Table To Another Tablespace Using DBMS_AUDIT_MGMT

If your AUD$ table is in SYSTEM and SYSTEM tablespace, Then it is advised to move the AUD$ to a dedicated tablespace.   Use steps to move AUD$. select owner,segment_name,segment_type,tablespace_name,bytes/1024/1024 from dba_segments where segment_name=’AUD$’ OWNER SEGMENT_NAME SEGMENT_TYPE TABLESPACE_NAME BYTES/1024/1024 ——- ————- —————— —————————— ————— SYS AUD$ TABLE SYSTEM 16 Use the dbms_audit_mgmt to move the […]

Read More

ENABLE_DDL_LOGGING In Oracle 12c

This  ENABLE_DDL_LOGGING parameter has been introduced in Oracle 12c. If this ENABLE_DDL_LOGGING is enabled, then DDL records are written to the ADR. All DDL operations like alter/create/drop/truncate objects. Only drop user will be logged, But create user will not be. Enable the parameter: SQL> show parameter enable_ddl_logging NAME TYPE VALUE ———————————— ———– —————————— enable_ddl_logging boolean FALSE SQL> alter system […]

Read More

Purge AUD$ Table Using DBMS_AUDIT_MGMT

  Introduction:- Oracle 11gR2 introduced DBMS_AUDIT_MGMT for managing audit trails.  The growth of AUD$ can impact the performance of the database. So purging it regularly is the best practice followed by DBA’s and DBMS_AUDIT_MGMT makes it easier. Follow below steps for purging aud$ table. 1. Make sure AUD$ table is not in SYSTEM table tablespace.   […]

Read More

Unified Audit Trail In Oracle 12c

This post is about Unified Audit Trail In Oracle 12c . Few starting lines give the overview of ” Unified Audit Trail ” .   With Oracle 12c, unified auditing has been introduced. It consolidates all audit trails into a single audit trail table. It will capture audit records from below sources. SYS audit records ( which was […]

Read More

Oracle Database Gateway for PostgreSQL

An organization have lot of choices to choose from the RDBMS world. Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2,PostgreSQL, MySQL are few of them. Most of the organizations out there do have a mix of all these which are used to store their data and in course of time it is inevitable that they would […]

Read More

ASM (Sector Size Validations)

From the technical background, we have an idea of Validations. I talk about normal life we notice that we have lots of Validations in our life. Let’s have look at today about ASM (Sector Size Validations). First few lines will explain the technical definition of  Validations. Validation is the name given to the process whereby the information entered […]

Read More

ASM -(Sector Disk Drives)

This post is about ASM’s attribute deep knowledge. Before going ahead we must have an idea about the topic. Let’s some line must explain about  ASM -(Sector Disk Drives). The database and Oracle’s Automatic Storage Management (ASM) volume manager explicitly understood 4k devices. In this and subsequent versions of ASM, disk groups created on native mode […]

Read More

ASM Disk Group Attributes

We are the part of RDBMS world. As a student when we entered in the world of RDBMS we learned about the attributes of the entity.  I hope you have the idea what we are going to do in this post.  As the heading of the post explains. Today we are going to have look at ASM Disk […]

Read More

raccli update databasepassword

The update databasepassword subcommand of the raccli utility updates the password in the keystore (wallet) and optionally updates the password of the SYS and SYSTEM users.

If you are executing this command following an update to the cloud tooling from release 17.2.1 or earlier, you must execute the command with the –saveonly option on […]

Read More

Oracle Database Gateway for Microsoft SQL Server

The gateway system identifier (SID) is an alphanumeric character string that identifies a gateway instance. You need one gateway instance, and therefore one gateway SID, for each SQL Server database you are accessing. The SID is used as part of the file name for the initialization parameter file. The default SID is dg4msql. You can […]

Read More