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Chapter 7 Oracle Network Security

Oracle Home and create a listener listening on a separate port. This is illustrated in the figure 7.9.


Figure 7.9 Using Node Validation and No Validation on the Same Host.

The server CLAIMDBSVR1 has two Oracle Homes. Assuming the server is UNIX, these homes are:

ORACLE_HOME1 - /u01/oracle/product/9.2
ORACLE_HOME2 - /u02/oracle/product/9.2

All products are installed on Home1 and all databases use this home. Since we are interested in the listener only, the second home needs to contain only the networking libraries, binary, etc. There is no need to install anything else on the second home; and this keeps the size of this home to a minimum.

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