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sqlnet.ora file → Advanced Security parameters The sqlnet.ora file resides in $ORACLE_HOME /network/admin.
sqlnet.ora file → Advanced Security parameters The sqlnet.ora file resides in ORACLE_BASE \\ ORACLE_HOME \\network\\admin.
7.11 Net Services Profile (sqlnet.ora File) → installed, and creates the Net Services profile, or sqlnet.ora file. By default, the sqlnet.ora file is … default sqlnet.ora file generated during installation, you also can find a sample sqlnet.ora file in … entries in the sqlnet.ora file: NAMES.DIRECTORY_PATH=(TNSNAMES, EZCONNECT) The parameter
6.9 Net Services Profile (sqlnet.ora File) → The sqlnet.ora file is automatically configured with: The computer's network domain This network … following is a sample sqlnet.ora file created during a preconfigured database configuration install … Database Net Services Administrator's Guide for further information about the sqlnet.ora file
Controlling ADR Creation and Disabling Fault Diagnosability Using sqlnet.ora → sqlnet.ora (the default is TRUE ): DIAG_ADR_ENABLED=FALSE DIAG_DDE_ENABLED=FALSE To turn off the OCI … parameter setting in sqlnet.ora: DIAG_SIGHANDLER_ENABLED=FALSE As noted previously, ADR_BASE is used in … sqlnet.ora to set the location of the ADR base. See Also: Oracle Database Net Services Reference Oracle
Diagnostic Parameters in sqlnet.ora → in the sqlnet.ora file are ignored when ADR is enabled. This section includes the following topics … : ADR Diagnostic Parameters in sqlnet.ora Non-ADR Diagnostic Parameters in sqlnet.ora
sqlnet.ora Profile Parameters → This section lists and describes the following sqlnet.ora file parameters: BEQUEATH_DETACH
5 Profile Parameters (sqlnet.ora) → This chapter provides complete listing of the sqlnet.ora file configuration parameters. This … chapter includes the following topics: Overview of Profile Configuration File sqlnet.ora Profile Parameters Diagnostic Parameters in sqlnet.ora
B.2.1 sqlnet.ora File Parameters → The following sections describe the sqlnet.ora parameters that are used to specify RADIUS … sqlnet.ora file to set the path for the Java classes for that graphical interface, and to set the
ADR Diagnostic Parameters in sqlnet.ora → This section lists the parameters used when ADR is enabled (when DIAG_ADR_ENABLED is set to on ): ADR_BASE DIAG_ADR_ENABLED TRACE_LEVEL_CLIENT TRACE_LEVEL_SERVER TRACE_TIMESTAMP_CLIENT TRACE_TIMESTAMP_SERVER
A.1 Sample sqlnet.ora File → This section contains a sample sqlnet.ora configuration file for a set of clients with similar
Non-ADR Diagnostic Parameters in sqlnet.ora → sqlnet.ora This section lists the parameters used when ADR is disabled (when DIAG_ADR_ENABLED is set to
NAMES.DCE.PREFIX → Purpose Use the parameter NAMES.DCE.PREFIX to specify the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) cell name (prefix) to use for name lookups. Default /.:/subsys/oracle/names Example NAMES.DCE.PREFIX=/.:/subsys/oracle/names
SQLNET.EXPIRE_TIME → Purpose Use parameter SQLNET.EXPIRE_TIME to specify a time interval, in minutes, to send a probe to verify that client/server connections are active. Setting a value greater than 0 ensures that connections are not left open indefinitely, due to an abnormal client termination. If the probe finds a terminated connection, or a connection that is no longer in use, it returns an error, causing the server
SQLNET.INBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT → Purpose Use the SQLNET.INBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT parameter to specify the time, in seconds, for a client to connect with the database server and provide the necessary authentication information. If the client fails to establish a connection and complete authentication in the time specified, then the database server terminates the connection. In addition, the database server logs the IP address of the
SQLNET.RADIUS_CHALLENGE_RESPONSE → Purpose Use the parameter SQLNET.RADIUS_CHALLENGE_RESPONSE to turn challenge response on or off. Default off Values on | off Example SQLNET.RADIUS_CHALLENGE_RESPONSE=on
SSL_CIPHER_SUITES → Purpose Use the parameter SSL_CIPHER_SUITES to control what combination of encryption and data integrity is used by the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Default None Values See Also: Oracle Database Advanced Security Administrator's Guide for further information about cipher suite values Example SSL_CIPHER_SUITE=(ssl_rsa_with_rc4_138_md5)
SSL_VERSION → Purpose Use the parameter SSL_VERSION to force the version of the SSL connection. Clients and database servers must use a compatible version. See Also: Oracle Database Advanced Security Administrator's Guide Default undetermined Values undetermined | 2.0 | 3.0 Example SSL_VERSION=2.0
NAMES.LDAP_PERSISTENT_SESSION → Purpose Use the NAMES.LDAP_PERSISTENT_SESSION parameter to specify whether the LDAP naming adapter should leave the session with the LDAP server open after name lookup is complete. Usage The parameter value is boolean. If set to TRUE, the connection to the LDAP server will be left open after the name lookup is complete; the connection will effectively stay open for the duration of the process. If
SEND_BUF_SIZE → Purpose Use the SEND_BUF_SIZE parameter to specify the buffer space limit for send operations of sessions. This parameter is supported by the TCP/IP, TCP/IP with SSL, and SDP protocols. Note: Additional protocols might support this parameter on certain operating systems. Refer to operating-system specific documentation for information about additional protocols that support this parameter. See Also: