11.13 Non-privileged User is Not Able to Run tfactl Commands

Description:

As root verify that the non-privileged user has Oracle Trace File Analyzer privilege to run the tfactl commands.

]# tfactl access lsusers
.---------------------------------.
|  TFA Users in node1    	  |
+-----------+-----------+---------+
| User Name | User Type | Status  |
+-----------+-----------+---------+
| oracle    | USER      | Allowed |
'-----------+-----------+---------'

.---------------------------------.
|  TFA Users in node2             |
+-----------+-----------+---------+
| User Name | User Type | Status  |
+-----------+-----------+---------+
| oracle    | USER      | Allowed |
'-----------+-----------+---------'

If the user is listed and the status is displayed as Disabled, then that indicates all non-privileged user access has been disabled.

Action:

To enable non-privileged user access:

tfactl access enable

If the user, for example, oracle is not listed, then add oracle.

tfactl access add -user oracle

If none of the above techniques resolve the problem, then run tfactl diagnosetfa -local. Upload the resultant file to Oracle Support.