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Topic: StartUp of bases on the server with several ORACLE_HOME

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Re: StartUp of bases on the server with several ORACLE_HOME

oramok;
dbstart goes on a file oratab, and there where is Y tries to launch instance
That is dbstart launches all bases from the list oratab
One but, At you for everyone oracle_home the os user
Therefore, At you it does not turn out to use a standard script
As the Variant, it is possible  variable ORATAB on a unique file for each security account oracle in profile
In addition, to correct/zakomenntirovat a line

ORATAB =/etc/oratab

Script dbstart

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Re: StartUp of bases on the server with several ORACLE_HOME

Vadim Lejnin wrote:

One but, At you for everyone oracle_home the os user

Here the question from the HARDWARE - and whether really is such necessity each DB to hold under the separate user?
Whether and that is easier all under one...
Under the total I generally would translate on 11.2.0.4 all DB, and that a zoo any and support at prior versions turned sour for a long time.

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Re: StartUp of bases on the server with several ORACLE_HOME

CrazyCat wrote:

it is passed...
Here the question from the HARDWARE - and whether really is such necessity each DB to hold under the separate user?
Whether and that is easier all under one...
Under the total I generally would translate on 11.2.0.4 all DB, and that a zoo any and support at prior versions turned sour for a long time.

Meets often enough, for example when some subdividings service some bases on one server.

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Re: StartUp of bases on the server with several ORACLE_HOME

Vadim Lejnin wrote:

when some subdividings service some bases on one server.

Well so that yes...

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Re: StartUp of bases on the server with several ORACLE_HOME

Vadim Lejnin wrote:

oramok;
dbstart goes on a file oratab, and there where is Y tries to launch instance
That is dbstart launches all bases from the list oratab
One but, At you for everyone oracle_home the os user
Therefore, At you it does not turn out to use a standard script
As the Variant, it is possible  variable ORATAB on a unique file for each security account oracle in profile
In addition, to correct/zakomenntirovat a line

ORATAB =/etc/oratab

Script dbstart

Thanks! Very much a practical advice.
All was got as it is necessary.

CrazyCat wrote:

it is passed...
Here the question from the HARDWARE - and whether really is such necessity each DB to hold under the separate user?
Whether and that is easier all under one...
Under the total I generally would translate on 11.2.0.4 all DB, and that a zoo any and support at prior versions turned sour for a long time.

Unfortunately, we have some obligations on support of the decisions torn at the customer on old versions of Oracle