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Just thinking out loud here.
Sounds like you need to use a seed database with the silent installation option. Somehow you need to tell the local oracle login to run all that stuff.
But I don't understand how you would need to do this, since anything that could tell the local oracle what to do would have higher privilege than the oracle login. Maybe you can put something together to tell a local admin to run.
986269 wrote:If you can not login to remote DB Server as OS user oracle, you you have an even bigger security hole;
I`m installing Oracle Software 126.96.36.199 in some of the servers. The Software is available in server X. I usually use scp to get copy of the software and then use runInstaller. I could successfully install software in some servers since remote login for oracle user is available, however I can`t do the same in some servers since remote login for oracle is not available.
Is there a way to copy directory from one server to another when remote login for oracle is not available using scp?
since you must all SYSDBA access across the network to start & manage the DB.
I contend that you must be able to do the following:
ssh -X oracle@DB_Server
which is as secure as possible.