November 04, 2005

New Oracle listener feature

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Metalink NOTE 260986.1

In Oracle10g, the TNSListener is secure out of the box and there should not be a need to set a listener password as in older versions of the Oracle listener. The 10g listener now uses local OS authentication. As long as one runs lsnrctl as the same user as the running listener they will be able to fully administer it without providing the password. This security feature is enabled by default…

You can use following line to disable local OS authentication:

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