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Thanks for note. I did go through document. However I still have few doubts. Once I edit sqlnet.ora with following
ENCRYPTION_WALLET_LOCATION = (SOURCE = (METHOD = FILE) (METHOD_DATA = (DIRECTORY = /etc/ORACLE/WALLETS/$ORACLE_UNQNAME/)))
Will my other databases running from same oracle home will look into this directory?
I think NO
As per document
For example, two RAC-enabled databases with ‘ORACLE_UNQNAME’ set to ‘RAC-HR’ and ‘RAC-FIN’, their wallets would be stored in separate sub-directories on ACFS:
It is mandatory to set ‘ORACLE_UNQNAME’ in the normal OS environment variables, as well as
with ‘srvctl’ for the databases:
$ srvctl setenv database -d RAC-HR -T “ORACLE_UNQNAME=RAC-HR”
$ srvctl setenv database -d RAC-FIN -T “ORACLE_UNQNAME=RAC-FIN”
If the databases share the same ORACLE_HOME, they also share the same sqlnet.ora file in
$TNS_ADMIN. In order to access their individual wallet, the DIRECTORY entry for the
ENCRYPTION_WALLET_LOCATION needs to point each database to its own wallet location:
DIRECTORY = /etc/ORACLE/WALLETS/$ORACLE_UNQNAME
The names of the subdirectories under /etc/ORACLE/WALLETS/ reflect the ORACLE_UNQNAME
names of the individual databases.
If the databases do not share the same ORACLE_HOME, they will also have their individual
sqlnet.ora files that have to point to the individual subdirectories.
Edited by: vlethakula on Nov 16, 2012 2:09 PM