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What To Expect When The OKV server is Unavailable in a TDE environment (Doc ID 2452010.1)

Last updated on MAY 01, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Key Vault - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In a database configured with TDE and the master keys stored in a Oracle Key Vault OKV Server, the following scenarios can happen when the persistent cache is disabled and OKV server unavailable:

1) ORA-00600 followed by instance crash during the insert of a massive volume of data in the encrypted table or when a new table is created in the encrypted tablespace:


10. The persistent cache file should no longer be created, one can check it with the following command: 

 ls -l   $ORACLE_HOME/okv/$ORACLE_SID/ewallet.p12 $ORACLE_BASE/okv/$ORACLE_SID/ewallet.p12  $ORACLE_HOME/okv/$ORACLE_SID/cwallet.sso $ORACLE_BASE/okv/$ORACLE_SID/cwallet.sso


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