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Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud - Credentials Management Guide (Doc ID 1594316.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 31, 2018

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Ops Center - Version 12c (12.1) to 12c (12.1) [Release 12.0]
Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software - Version 2.0.0.0.0 and later
Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit)
Linux x86-64
Oracle Virtual Server (64-bit)

Purpose

This document describes how to change the security credentials for all the components in an Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud machine. After configuring an Exalogic machine and installing the Exalogic Control stack by using the Exalogic Configuration Utility (ECU), you can use the procedures in this document to change all the security credentials from the default settings that were configured by the ECU. You can also use these procedures to change the security credentials for specific Exalogic components at any time.

Scope

The target audience for this document are system administrators who are familiar with the architecture and deployment of Exalogic and Exalogic Control, and have experience administering Linux systems, Oracle WebLogic Server, and Exalogic Control (Oracle VM Manager and Enterprise Manager Ops Center).

NOTE

An Exalogic rack consists of a variety of hardware and software components, each of which has unique credentials. Changing the passwords of each component would require you to log in to each component individually and synchronize the passwords with Exalogic Control.

ExaPasswd tool from Exalogic Lifecycle Toolkit (ELLC) automates this time-consuming process.

For details, on ExaPasswd tool, please review Exalogic Lifecycle Toolkit Release 14.2 (Doc ID 1912063.1)

It is highly recommended to use the ExaPasswd for component password change in Exalogic.

In case if the ExaPasswd fails change the password for any component in question, then the manual password change procedure laid out in this Document can be used.

 

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In this Document
Purpose
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Details
 Credentials Management Guide - Overview
 Credentials Management Guide - Content
 Credentials Management Guide - Errata
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