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Now, verify the tablespaces in the new database, as shown in Listing 9-7. Listing 9-7. Query Showing Various Characteristics of Tablespaces in the New Database SQL> SELECT tablespace_name, extent_management, allocation_type, segment_space_management FROM dba_tablespaces; TABLESPACE_NAME EXTENT_MAN ALLOCATIO SEGMEN ----------------------------------------------------------------
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The query shows a total of seven tablespaces, five of which were created during the databasecreation process (System, Sysaux, undo, temporary, and the default permanent tablespace). The other two are the newly created application tablespaces, sales01 and sales02.
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CHAPTER 9 CREATING AN ORACLE DATABASE
Changing the Passwords for the Default Users
One of the first tasks to perform after you create a new database is to change the passwords for all the default users. The names and number of these default users could differ among databases. For example, if you choose to let Oracle create your database using the Oracle installer, you can pick a database customized for an OLTP DSS, or hybrid database. Each of these databases has a different , group of specialized default users associated with it. Nevertheless, all types of databases will have at least a handful of common default users. The following are some of the common default users in a new Oracle database: SQL> SELECT username FROM dba_users; USERNAME --------DBSNMP SYSTEM SYS OUTLN . . . SQL> You don t have to worry about the SYS and SYSTEM passwords, as you ve already changed them during the database-creation process. The OUTLN user account is used to provide stored outlines for SQL queries, and the DBSNMP account is for the Oracle Intelligent Agent. There may be other users created in your database, depending on the type of database you create and the options you choose for your database. The default password for each of these accounts is the same as the username. Change these passwords immediately, as they represent a potential security problem. For each of the default users, you must modify the default passwords, as shown in the following examples: SQL> ALTER USER outln IDENTIFIED BY 'new_password'; SQL> ALTER USER dbsnmp IDENTIFIED BY 'new_password';
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