Storage Volumes and File System Layout in Oracle Cloud

This section provides information about the storage volumes and file system layout of a newly created database deployment on Oracle Database Cloud Service. Compute Cloud Service Storage Volumes When a Database Cloud Service deployment is created using the Oracle Database Cloud Service service level, the following storage volumes are created. Storage Volume Description bits 60 GB volume completely […]

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Explain usage of different users in Oracle Cloud

This article provides information about Linux user accounts that are provisioned on Oracle Database Cloud Service. Every Database Cloud Service compute node is provisioned with the following operating system user accounts. Both compute nodes are provisioned with the following operating system user accounts. opc: The system administrator account you use with the sudo command to perform operations that […]

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Oracle Cloud (DBaaS): Oracle Data Guard in Database Cloud Service ( DBCS )

This article was written by Skant Gupta and Joel Perez in Oracle OTN When creating an Oracle Database Cloud Service database deployment at the Oracle Database Cloud Service level, you can create an Oracle Data Guard configuration. Since we will talk about Oracle Data Guard, let’s remember the concept: Oracle Data Guard enables production Oracle databases to survive disasters and […]

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Connect to Oracle Cloud Database with SQL Developer using SSH

Let’s turn off the 1521 port if we can already open so that to make sure our connection using SSH works. It will confirm us that SSH is enabled. Moreover SSH connection is more secure. In SQL Developer menu, click on View –> SSH. Then right click and choose “Create New SSH Host”. Provide the […]

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Connect to Oracle Cloud Database using SQL Developer

By default, the Oracle DBaaS Cloud Service blocks access port 1521 used by tnsping. You have to open the port before you can connect using SQL Developer or Connecting to another instance via sqlplus. Log in to the Oracle Database Cloud Service and click on the service name which you already created. Note down the […]

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