On Feb 16, 6:44 pm, "hpuxrac" <johnbhur...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> On Feb 16, 4:12 pm, "Michael42" <melliot...@yahoo.com> wrote:I think oinstall exists at least partially for those sites that have
> > Hello,
> > As many of you I always installed Oracle versions (7-9) on UNIX
> > With the installation of a new system there are no concerns.
> > >From your point of view, what are the pros and cons of using oinstall
> > as the primary group rather than dba?
> > Thanks,
> > Michael
> The only "pro" to using oinstall is IF you have people that will be
> How many people and sites actually operate with people that do that
> Captain Morgan's reply is off target. Oracle will fully support
> - Show quoted text -
split the DBA job function into Infrastructure DBA and Application DBA
where the Application DBA's work with the developers but are not
responsible for installation, configuration, or tuning of the database
itself. The Infrastructure DBA does that along with applying all the
patches. The Infrastructure DBA does not create objects (except via
Oracle provided scripts like catalog, catproc, etc...), touch user
data, or issue any application grants.
I agree with hpuxrac that there is no real benefit at this point in
HTH -- Mark D Powell --
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