Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Fail Safe - Version 3.0 and later
The purpose of this document is to demonstrate how to configure a database resource with Oracle Fail Safe such that it can use logon credentials other than 'local system account' or the Oracle Fail Safe domain account.
Typically when running a Windows database service under the control of Oracle Fail Safe Server the relevant services are typically configured with the following credentials:
|Service||Log On As|
|Oracle Failsafe Service||<domain>\<FS admin>|
|OracleService<SID>||Local System account|
|Oracle<OHname>TNSListener<>||Local System account|
Changing the database & listener service to use the same credentials as the OracleMSCS service is easily achieved and requires no other changes.
However, when changing the credentials to a 3rd user additional steps need to be taken to allow this to work.
Having the database & listener services using a different account than the OracleMSCS service or Local System requires a change of the database authentication method from 'OS authenticated' to 'SYS account' .
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