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Now when I log in as administrator, I can browse \u01 but I can not make any directory or copy any file to that partition. What is the solution?Said that \u01 should be /u01, most probably it's a permissions problem, and the solution depends on what's the destination of /u01 directory. For example, if it will contain administrator's objects, you can simply change its ownership (as root)
But it would be better if you become a bit more familiar with linux commands, e.g.
# chown administrator /u01
# man chown # man chgrp # man chmod # man usermod # .....
957069 wrote:How did you create that user?
And I just created an Administrator user.
If you are creating /u01 for Oracle Database, I suggest the following:
su - root
yum install oracle-rdbms-server-11gR2-preinstall
The above will create the Oracle database owner and dba groups, set kernel parameters and install required prerequisite software.
After that, it's typically:
chown oracle:oinstall /u01
chmod 755 /u01