Sorry to say, but you are one of the most disrespectful member here for the all community I've ever seen.
Never following advices to read the pointed out docs, or google. Apparently, never did the effort actually.
Never following advices on how to post question.
Never providing information enough to help us to understand better what the problem is. Most often dropping down the thread by making ridiculous comments.
Never pointing to previous thread even though it's obvious linked to an other one. You are assuming that we follow up and read every single of your post to be able understand the last one. You are assuming we are sit next to you seeing the screen. You are assuming we know what you are talking about.
You are most often asking question as soon as they come up to the top of your head without thinking a bit before hands.
And I probably missed a lot of other thing...
Enough is enough.
eBacause linux and aix have the same behavior. I know it is hard to acquire aix as it it expensive
What effort is that Sir? It is just plain expdp system/manager tables=hr.emp
It is so weird...I tried it on PROD server and its output has permission "-rw-r----" for the expdat.dmp and "-rw-r--r--" for it export.log.
Could it be attributed to umask ? Please help test and investigate. It's very late now here....going home now. byebyeeee and thanks
The oracle is creating dump file with permission "-rw-r----" for the expdat.dmp and "-rw-r--r--" for it export.log as you said. I tried changing umask but it is not making any difference for it. so if you want to change the permission then you have to manually change it, using chmod cmd in linux.
I presented the changes from traditional EXP backup system of our batch APP, there has been a violent reaction from the operations group because there will be lots of changes to batchprocess.
The major question and
the major change is the APP folder "/u07/batch/dump" which is currently owned by "batchuser:batch" and are placeholder of exp dump for daily/monthly transaction tables, will be changed owned to "oracle:dba" and the operations group do not allow this change. Is there a way that the directory_dump_dir can be owned by user other than oracle?