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ALTER AUDIT POLICY (Unified Auditing) → This section describes the ALTER AUDIT POLICY statement for unified auditing. This type of auditing … ALTER AUDIT POLICY statement to modify a unified audit policy. See Also: CREATE AUDIT POLICY (Unified … Auditing) DROP AUDIT POLICY (Unified Auditing) AUDIT (Unified Auditing) NOAUDIT (Unified Auditing
CREATE AUDIT POLICY (Unified Auditing) → This section describes the CREATE AUDIT POLICY statement for unified auditing. This type of … CREATE AUDIT POLICY statement to create a unified audit policy. See Also: ALTER AUDIT POLICY (Unified … Auditing) DROP AUDIT POLICY (Unified Auditing) AUDIT (Unified Auditing) NOAUDIT (Unified Auditing
DROP AUDIT POLICY (Unified Auditing) → This section describes the DROP AUDIT POLICY statement for unified auditing. This type of auditing … AUDIT POLICY statement to remove a unified audit policy from the database. See Also: CREATE AUDIT … POLICY (Unified Auditing) ALTER AUDIT POLICY (Unified Auditing) AUDIT (Unified Auditing) NOAUDIT
Table 14-1 Unified Auditing Objects and Actions → policy is enforced. audit_condition Specify a condition that determines if the unified audit … policy is enforced. If audit_condition evaluates to TRUE, then the policy is enforced. If FALSE, then … the policy is not enforced. The audit_condition can have a maximum length of 4000 characters. It can … policy
Disabling the Retention Policy → When you disable the retention policy, RMAN does not consider any backup as obsolete. To disable … the retention policy, run this command: CONFIGURE RETENTION POLICY TO NONE; Configuring the retention … policy to NONE is different from clearing it. Clearing returns the default setting of REDUNDANCY 1 … , whereas
Configuring the Backup Retention Policy → As explained in \" About Backup Retention Policies \", the backup retention policy specifies which … backups must be retained to meet your data recovery requirements. This policy can be based on a … recovery window or redundancy. Use the CONFIGURE RETENTION POLICY command to specify the retention … policy. This
14 SQL Statements: CREATE AUDIT POLICY to CREATE JAVA → Go to main content 415/555 14 SQL Statements: CREATE AUDIT POLICY to CREATE JAVA This chapter … contains the following SQL statements: CREATE AUDIT POLICY (Unified Auditing) CREATE CLUSTER CREATE
Configuring a Redundancy-Based Retention Policy → The REDUNDANCY parameter of the CONFIGURE RETENTION POLICY command specifies how many full or level … extra backups as obsolete. The default retention policy is REDUNDANCY 1. As you produce more … . Run the CONFIGURE RETENTION POLICY command at the RMAN prompt, as in the following example … : CONFIGURE RETENTION POLICY
Configuring a Recovery Window-Based Retention Policy → window. Run the CONFIGURE RETENTION POLICY command at the RMAN prompt. This example ensures that you … can recover the database to any point within the last week: CONFIGURE RETENTION POLICY TO RECOVERY
Configuring an Archived Redo Log Deletion Policy → Deletion Policies Enabling an Archived Redo Log Deletion Policy
Enabling an Archived Redo Log Deletion Policy → When the Archived Redo Log Deletion Policy Is Disabled By default, there is no archived redo log … deletion policy and this is why the archive redo log policy is set to the NONE clause. In this … according to the backup retention policy. The backup retention policy considers logs obsolete only if the
protection policy → protected database is assigned to exactly one protection policy, which controls all aspects of backup processing for that client.
security policy → A set of methods for protecting a database from accidental or malicious destruction of data or damage to the database infrastructure.
Disabling the REDACT_AUDIT Policy → By default, the REDACT_AUDIT policy is enabled for all sensitive columns. You can disable it for a … cannot alter or delete the REDACT_AUDIT policy. To disable the REDACT_AUDIT policy, use the … DBMS_TSDP_PROTECT.DISABLE_PROTECTION_COLUMN procedure. For example, to disable the REDACT_AUDIT policy for … => 'HR',
crsctl eval activate policy → Use the crsctl eval activate policy command to predict the effects of activating a specific policy
crsctl modify policy → Use the crsctl modify policy command to modify an existing configuration policy.
crsctl status policy → Use the crsctl status policy command to view the status and definition of a configuration policy.
About the REDACT_AUDIT Policy → The predefined REDACT_AUDIT transparent sensitive data protection policy masks bind values. The … transparent sensitive data protection policy displays the data as an asterisk ( * ) in audit records … , trace files, and in V$SQL_BIND_DATA view queries. By default the REDACT_AUDIT policy is associated … REDACT_AUDIT policy
Enabling the REDACT_AUDIT Policy → You can enable the REDACT_AUDIT policy for a specific sensitive column or for all columns in the … database. To enable the REDACT_AUDIT policy, use the DBMS_TSDP_PROTECT.DISABLE_PROTECTION_COLUMN … procedure. For example, to re-enable the REDACT_AUDIT policy for the SALARY column of HR.EMPLOYEES … ', column_name => 'SALARY', policy