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dbsnmp.trace_unique = true/false → When set to TRUE, generates unique log files for each log entry.
dbsnmpj.trace_unique = true/false → When set to TRUE, generates unique trace files for each line of trace.
dbsnmp.log_unique = true/false → When set to TRUE, generates unique log files for each log entry.
dbsnmpj.trace_timestamp = true/false → When set to TRUE, inserts a timestamp after each line of trace in the trace files. Note: The
agentctl.trace_timestamp = true/false → When set to TRUE, inserts a timestamp after each line of trace in the trace files.
dbsnmp.trace_timestamp = true/false → When set to TRUE, inserts a timestamp after each line of trace in the trace files.
dbsnmpj.log_unique = true/false → When set to TRUE, generates unique log files for each log entry.
Granting and Revoking Roles When OS_ROLES=TRUE → If OS_ROLES is set to TRUE, the operating system completely manages the grants and revokes of roles
Enabling and Disabling Roles When OS_ROLES=TRUE → If OS_ROLES is set to TRUE, any role granted by the operating system can be dynamically enabled … statement when OS_ROLES = FALSE. (If you specify such a role, Oracle ignores it.) When OS_ROLES = TRUE, a
Verifying that REMOTE_OS_AUTHENT Is Not Set to TRUE → To verify that REMOVE_OS_AUTHENT is not set to TRUE, add the following parameter to the … =FALSE Attention: Setting REMOTE_OS_AUTHENT to TRUE can cause a security exposure, because it lets
command-line argument value must be TRUE or FALSE ( string ) → Cause: A command-line argument was entered with a value other than true or false. Action: Check the
WM_ERROR_186 the parameter freezewriter must be null when session_duration is true', → the session_duration parameter is "TRUE". The freezewriter is implicitly assumed to be the currently
WM_ERROR_187 the parameter session_duration must be true for the 1WRITER_SESSION mod → parameter. Action: The session_duration parameter of the FreezeWorkspace must be TRUE when
EPCW-00056: Database %s cannot run Trace collections. Set the ORACLE_TRACE_ENABLE parameter located… → selected as the target for this collection operation, is not set to TRUE. Action: Edit the INIT.ORA … file for the given database and set the ORACLE_TRACE_ENABLE parameter to TRUE. After modifying the INIT.ORA file, stop and restart the database.
order Specify TRUE for Oracle to search for terms in the order you specify. The default is FALSE. For… → same document when you issue the following queries: 'near((dog, cat), 50, FALSE)' 'near((dog, cat), 50, TRUE)'
Example → TRACE_TIMESTAMP_listener=true
Example → NAMESCTL.INTERNAL_USE=true
Example → NAMES.FORWARDING_DESIRED=true