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Step 6 -Password File

Learn Oracle - Password File

A database might use a password file to authenticate administrative users who can have SYSDBA connect privileges. SYSDBA connect privileges enable a Oracle DBA to startup and shutdown the database and perform other high level administrative tasks. This password file is outside of the database itself, because it must sometimes be referenced when the database is not yet running.

This is not the only form of administrator authentication, so not all databases require a password file.



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STEP 6 - Next Topics
This Step discusses management of the database's storage structure. Click on Oracle tuorial links below:
The Control FileControl file
Redo Log FilesRedo log file
Archive Log FilesArchive log file
TablespacesTablespaces
DatafilesDatafiles
Initialization Parameter FileParameter file
Password FilePassword file
Backup Files
Viewing Tablespaces in your Database
Creating a tablespace
Modifying a Tablespace
Dropping a Tablespace
Managing Undo for Your Database
ORACLE DBA - DISCUSSION FORUMS
Oracle Database - PODCASTS
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