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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by BV1963
    Can you connect to the database as a sysdba using sqlplus ?
    YES

    Quote Originally Posted by BV1963
    background_dump_dest
    D:\ORACLE\PRODUCT\10.2.0\ADMIN\SPFDB\BDUMP

    Quote Originally Posted by BV1963
    user_dump_dest
    D:\ORACLE\PRODUCT\10.2.0\ADMIN\SPFDB\UDUMP

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    I am out of ideas, ....

    Is D:\ORACLE\PRODUCT\10.2.0\ADMIN\SPFDB\ADUMP is writeable?
    One, who thinks that the other one who thinks that know and does not know, does not know either!

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    yes..the user I am using has been given complete admin rights on the box. Me too!! :( Yikes! What do I do? Thanx all for your help though... I wll post solution once I find it (if I find it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by budh
    yes..the user I am using has been given complete admin rights on the box.
    This is not what BV1963 asked.
    On the other hand, when talking about privs you should be looking at Oracle account privs, not the privs you have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAVB
    This is not what BV1963 asked.
    On the other hand, when talking about privs you should be looking at Oracle account privs, not the privs you have.

    This is excatly right, thanks PAVB! So , can you write to this dir? What if somebody made this directory read only?
    BTW, are you logging in with the local account and domain account? Sometimes it creates a lot of confusion specifically if domaiin accout has the same name a local one.
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  6. #26
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    Domain account and the domain account is being used to execute the exp script and yes there it has read/write/execute writes on all necessary folders...

    This account has been setup to use Windows Authentication. How does that differ from:

    On the other hand, when talking about privs you should be looking at Oracle account privs, not the privs you have.
    NOTE: this problem only started once I turned Auditing on. The script worked fine, before that

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    Quote Originally Posted by budh
    Domain account and the domain account is being used to execute the exp script and yes there it has read/write/execute writes on all necessary folders...

    This account has been setup to use Windows Authentication. How does that differ from:



    NOTE: this problem only started once I turned Auditing on. The script worked fine, before that
    It means that oracle session runs under oracle privs , not under your acct privs,therefore PAVB suggest that you should check if acct which is used for oracle server (service?) has all the right privs.
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