|Oracle® Database Administrator's Reference
12c Release 1 (12.1) for Linux and UNIX-Based Operating Systems
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This preface contains:
This section describes changes in Oracle Database Administrator's Reference for Linux and UNIX-Based Operating Systems for Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1).
The following is a list of new features or enhancements provided with Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1):
PROCESSOR_GROUP_NAME specifies the name of the processor group in which an instance is running. This parameter is only supported on Linux x86-64 and Oracle Solaris 11 SRU 4.
New Administrator Privileges
Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1) provides support for separation of duty for Oracle Database by introducing task-specific and least-privileged administrative privileges. These new privileges are
SYSBACKUP for backup and recovery,
SYSDG for Oracle Data Guard, and
SYSKM for encryption key management.
Database Administrator's Guide for more information about the
OSKM groups, and the
The "Managing Administrative Privileges" section in Oracle Database Security Guide
The "Creating Database Operating System Groups and Users with Job Role Separation" section in Oracle Database Installation Guide
The following feature is deprecated in this release, and may be desupported in a future release.
Deprecation Announcement for Oracle Restart
Oracle Restart is a feature provided as part of Oracle Grid Infrastructure. Oracle Restart monitors and can restart Oracle Database instances, Oracle Net Listeners, and Oracle ASM instances. Oracle Restart is currently restricted to manage single instance Oracle Databases and Oracle ASM instances only, and is subject to desupport in future releases. Oracle continues to provide Oracle ASM as part of the Oracle Grid Infrastructure installation for Standalone and Cluster deployments.