Complete these administrative tasks after you have deployed software, but before the system is operational.
Configuring CPU Core Count
Oracle Database Appliance is delivered with all cores on each server enabled. Follow this procedure to reduce the number of cores, if required.
- To reduce the number of cores, run the following command on Node 0 only:Set the cores in multiples of 2, for example, 12:
[root@oak1 opt]# /opt/oracle/dcs/bin/odacli update-cpucore --cores 12
- Check if the job completed successfully:
[root@oak1 opt]# /opt/oracle/dcs/bin/odacli describe-job -i job_ID
- Verify that the core count is updated on both nodes:
[root@oak1 opt]# /opt/oracle/dcs/bin/odacli describe-cpucore
Securing Oracle ILOM Service Processors
Change the Oracle ILOM default password after completing Oracle Database Appliance deployment.
Changing Oracle ILOM Password from the Console
In the Oracle ILOM console, from the Administration menu, select User Management, and then navigate to the User Accounts subtab.
Select root user and click Edit.
Changing Oracle ILOM Password Using CLI Commands
Connect to the Oracle ILOM service processor (SP) through SSH:
# ssh -l root SP-ipaddr
Set the new password:
-> set /SP/users/root password=new_password Changing password for user /SP/users/root/password... Enter new password again: ********* New password was successfully set for user /SP/users/root
Changing Oracle Database Appliance Passwords
After deploying your appliance, ensure that you change the following passwords for securing your system.
Changing the Oracle Installation Owner Passwords
During deployment, the root and database users SYS, SYSTEM and PDBADMIN are set to the system password. After deployment, the oracle and grid passwords are also set to the system password. Change the passwords to comply with your enterprise user security protocols. Refer to the Oracle Database Appliance Security Guide and Oracle Database Security Guide for information about the required configuration and best practices to secure database systems.
Changing the oda-admin User Password through the Command-Line
Log in to the appliance as
odacli-adm set-credentialcommand to reset the password. Enter the new password when prompted.
# odacli-adm set-credential --password --username oda-admin Agent password: new password
Changing the the oda-admin User Password through the Browser User Interface
Log into the Browser User Interface using the user name
Click About, then User Settings in the upper right corner of the Browser User Interface.
Enter the password in the Password field and the Password Confirmation field, then click Submit.
A confirmation message is displayed.
Click About, then click Sign Out.
Log back into the Browser User Interface with the new password.
oda-adminpassword expiration period is 90 days.