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  1. #11
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    btw I wonder how can we create a database if we cant logon as internal heh

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    connecting as internal generates a log file .aud ,so if your file system is full "forget connect as internal".
    P.s move your arch file from there.

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    that if you have audit trail on though?

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    yes! .......(is the default)

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    sorry ...
    audit_trail string NONE

  6. #16
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    hi,
    I am working on oracle 8i i.e, 8.1.5.I am not being able to connect as internal after full db import.i don't know why it is giving the error message invalid username/pwd?any way out-
    and i am on NT.

  7. #17
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    did u try the default password 'oracle' ?

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    create a new password file if password 'oracle' doesnt work and cross the fingers ;)

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    how to create a new password file as oracle does not work,it is really confusing that on my test db I am being able to access user internal but not on real DB.

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    The real DB needs security and your test DB I dont think so.
    To create a new password file

    orapwd file=$ORACLE_HOME/database/pwdSID.ora password=any_thing_you_want entries=10

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