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pls log an Sr with support so that a proper root cause analysis is done
I opened a SR on Tuesday of last week. My frustration level rose when their suggestion was to change permissions on the directories underneath /etc so the oracle account could do the “chkconfig –list”.
Changing permissions on core Linux directories isn't an acceptable answer for me. I was hoping someone else had run into this same problem and another solution.
Can share the Sr number. Is this your Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c (188.8.131.52) or 184.108.40.206 agent that we are talking about ?
The SR number is 3-7279581661
The 12c Agent is trying to perform the "chkconfig --list" command. The agent is running on a new server that's running OEL 6.4 and a 220.127.116.11 database. The agent is running under the oracle account on that server.
To get past this, I went ahead and changed the directories uinderneath /etc/rc.d to allow any account to read and execute. So the oracle account can now execute chkconfig --list
Not a solution I'd normally perform, however since this is strictly an Oracle database server really only root and oracle will see logins.