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10g Release 2 (10.2) for Microsoft Windows (32-Bit)

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D Upgrading from a Previous Version of Database Vault

If you have Oracle Database Vault 10g Release 2 (10.2.0.2), 10g Release 2 (10.2.0.3), or 10g Release 2 (10.2.0.4) installed, then you can upgrade it to Oracle Database Vault 10g Release 2 (10.2.0.5) without uninstalling the existing instance.

Note:

If you are upgrading Cluster Ready Services (CRS) only, then you should ensure that you disable Oracle Database Vault before upgrading Cluster Ready Services (CRS). You should reenable Oracle Database Vault after the upgrade.

D.1 Upgrading from a 10.2.0.x Version

Use the following steps to upgrade an Oracle Database Vault 10.2.0.x installation to Oracle Database Vault 10g Release 2 (10.2.0.5):

  1. Re-create the password file with the nosysdba=n and force=y flags, to allow the SYS user to connect AS SYSDBA. Use the following syntax:

    C:\> ORACLE_HOME\bin\orapwd file=ORACLE_HOME\dbs\orapwSID password=password force=y nosysdba=n
    

    Here SID is the Oracle system identifier (SID) of the database and password is the password for the SYS account.

  2. Stop the database service from the Services window.

    For an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database, use the following command to stop the database from any one node before stopping the database service:

    C:\> ORACLE_HOME\bin\srvctl stop database -d db_name
    

    Note:

    You must use the Server Control (srvctl) utility to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. Do not use SQL*Plus to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. You need to enable SYSDBA connections before you can use the srvctl command.

    Note:

    For an Oracle RAC database, you must stop the and services on each Oracle RAC instance.
  3. Disable Oracle Database Vault. Under ORACLE_HOME\bin, rename the oradv10.dll file to another name.

    For example, you could rename oradv10.dll to oradv10_backup.dll.

    Note:

    • Ensure that Oracle services are not running before you try to rename the file.

    • Remember the name that you use, as you would be required to restore the file in a subsequent step.

    • For an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database, you must repeat this step on all nodes.

    For an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database, use the following command to start the database:

    C:\> ORACLE_HOME\bin\srvctl start database -d db_name
    

    Note:

    You must use the Server Control (srvctl) utility to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. Do not use SQL*Plus to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. You need to enable SYSDBA connections before you can use the srvctl command.

    Note:

    For an Oracle RAC database, you must start the and service on each Oracle RAC instance.
  4. Unlock the DVSYS account as the SYS user:

    C:\> sqlplus "SYS / AS SYSDBA"
    Enter password:
    SQL>ALTER USER DVSYS ACCOUNT UNLOCK;
    
  5. Stop the database service from the Services window.

    For an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database, use the following command to stop the database from any one node before stopping the database service:

    C:\> ORACLE_HOME\bin\srvctl stop database -d db_name
    

    Note:

    You must use the Server Control (srvctl) utility to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. Do not use SQL*Plus to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. You need to enable SYSDBA connections before you can use the srvctl command.

    Note:

    For an Oracle RAC database, you must stop the and services on each Oracle RAC instance.
  6. Install the Oracle Database Release 10.2.0.5 Patch Set and run DBUA to upgrade the database.

    See Also:

    "Apply Oracle Database Release 10.2.0.5 Patch Set" for more information about installing the patch set
  7. Stop the database service if it is running.

    For an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database, use the following command to stop the database from any one node before stopping the database service:

    C:\> ORACLE_HOME\bin\srvctl stop database -d db_name
    

    Note:

    You must use the Server Control (srvctl) utility to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. Do not use SQL*Plus to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. You need to enable SYSDBA connections before you can use the srvctl command.

    Note:

    For an Oracle RAC database, you must stop the and services on each Oracle RAC instance.
  8. Enable Oracle Database Vault. Under ORACLE_HOME\bin, rename the backup of the oradv10.dll file to its original name. You had renamed this file in Step 3.

    For example, if you renamed it oradv10_backup.dll, then rename it back to oradv10.dll.

    Note:

    For an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database, you must repeat this step on all nodes.

    For an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database, use the following command to start the database:

    C:\> ORACLE_HOME\bin\srvctl start database -d db_name
    

    Note:

    You must use the Server Control (srvctl) utility to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. Do not use SQL*Plus to start and stop Oracle RAC instances. You need to enable SYSDBA connections before you can use the srvctl command.

    Note:

    For an Oracle RAC database, you need to start only the service, as you have already used srvctl to start the database.

    You must start the on each Oracle RAC instance.

  9. Create the DV_PATCH_ADMIN and DV_MONITOR roles. This is a one-time task. Use the following statements:

    SQL> CONNECT DVSYS
    Enter password:
    SQL> CREATE ROLE DV_PATCH_ADMIN;
    SQL> GRANT DV_PATCH_ADMIN TO DV_OWNER WITH ADMIN OPTION;
    SQL> GRANT DV_PATCH_ADMIN TO SYS;
    SQL> CREATE ROLE DV_MONITOR;
    
  10. Connect AS SYSDBA and run the following SQL statements:

    SQL> CONNECT SYS/ as SYSDBA
    Enter password: 
    SQL> @?\rdbms\admin\prvtstas.plb
    SQL> @?\rdbms\admin\prvtstat.plb
    SQL> @?\rdbms\admin\catols.sql -- Ignore any errors generated by this script
    SQL> STARTUP
    SQL> CONNECT SYS/ as SYSDBA
    Enter password:
    SQL> DECLARE
              CURSOR stmt IS
                       select u.name, o.name, r.pname
                           from user$ u, obj$ o, rls$ r
                       where u.user# = o.owner#
                           and r.obj# = o.obj#
                           and bitand(r.stmt_type,65536) > 0;
    
                       object_schema VARCHAR2(32) := NULL;
                       object_name VARCHAR2(32) := NULL;
                       policy_name VARCHAR2(32) := NULL;
    
                       BEGIN
                        OPEN stmt;
                          LOOP
                               FETCH stmt INTO object_schema, object_name, policy_name;
                               EXIT WHEN stmt%NOTFOUND;
                               dbms_rls.drop_policy('"'||object_schema||'"',
                               '"'||object_name||'"',
                               '"'||policy_name||'"');
                          END LOOP;
                        Close stmt;
                       END;
                      /
    SQL> spool catmac.log -- please check catmac.log for errors
    SQL> @?\rdbms\admin\catmac.sql DVSYS_user_tablespace TEMP_TABLESPACE
    SYS_PASSWORD DVSYS_PASSWORD    
    SQL> INSERT INTO DVSYS.RULE_SET_T$ VALUES (8, 
    'Allow Datapump Operation',
    'Rule set that controls the objects that can be exported or imported by the datapump user.',
    ' ', 'us');
    SQL> COMMIT;
    SQL> EXEC DVSYS.DBMS_MACADM.SYNC_RULES;
    
  11. Run the following script as SYSDBA:

    SQL> CONNECT SYS/ as SYSDBA
    Enter password:
    SQL> @?\rdbms\admin\utlrp.sql
    
  12. Enable the Oracle Database Vault triggers:

    SQL> CONNECT SYS/ as SYSDBA
    Enter password:
    SQL> ALTER TRIGGER DVSYS.DV_BEFORE_DDL_TRG ENABLE;
    SQL> ALTER TRIGGER DVSYS.DV_AFTER_DDL_TRG ENABLE;
    
  13. Lock the DVSYS account. Use the following SQL statements:

    SQL> CONNECT SYS "AS SYSDBA"
    Enter password:
    SQL> ALTER USER DVSYS ACCOUNT LOCK;
    
  14. Revoke the DV_PATCH_ADMIN role from SYS as the DV_OWNER user:

    SQL> CONNECT DV_OWNER    
    Enter password: 
    SQL> REVOKE DV_PATCH_ADMIN FROM SYS;
    SQL> QUIT