Question About The "SYSBACKUP" Database-internal Account and Its Password Change
(Doc ID 2409297.1)
Last updated on APRIL 03, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Database Cloud Schema Service - Version N/A and later
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Users would like to know impact (if any) by changing the password for database internal account SYSBACKUP.
So, before we proceed with changing those specific passwords:
......is there anything else (besides just changing the password inside a given database) that we must do in conjunction with changing the password inside a given database?
(for example: is that database-internal account's password embedded anywhere else - i.e. outside of the database? And, do we need to stop/restart anything as a result of changing that password?)
Note1: we do NOT know the account's current password value (and nor do we believe we NEED to know it)
Note2: bear in mind that this is, in every case, a question about changing the password AFTER INSTALLATION TIME
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