Use this dialog box to add or update an Oracle instance within the affected Oracle RAC instance.
Instance Physical Client
Displays the name of the client computer on which this Oracle instance is found.
Instance ORACLE SIDDisplays the name of the instance or instance-like object (Oracle SID).
On Unix operating systems, specifies the Oracle User account under which the Oracle backups will be conducted.
Displays the application user account.
On Unix operating systems, specifies the Oracle User account under which the Oracle backups will be conducted. On Windows operating systems, specifies the application user account used by the system to perform all Data Protection and Recovery operations for this instance.
Change User Account
Click to enter the application user account and password.
ORACLE HomeEnter the path of the Home directory where you have installed the application.
Click to change the Oracle Home directory.
Specifies the database connect string. You can change the database connect string by entering 1) database user ID, 2) password for the user ID @ 3) Oracle service name in the three spaces provided. The user ID must have SYSDBA privileges.
Alternatively, instead of the SELECT ANY TABLE privilege, you can create less powerful user IDs with the following object privileges:
- SELECT ON "SYS"."V_$DATABASE"
- SELECT ON "SYS"."V_$DATAFILE"
- SELECT ON "SYS"."V_$SESSION"
- SELECT ON "SYS"."DBA_TABLESPACES"
- GRANT SELECT ON "SYS"."V_$ARCHIVE_DEST" TO "USER_NAME"
You can create a user ID with these privileges, or you can use the internal user ID.
Identifies the path to the TNS Admin directory. If a value is not provided, a default value is created by appending the path \network\admin to the path of the $ORACLE_HOME directory, such as, if $ORACLE_HOME is \opt2\oracle, then TNS_ADMIN is \opt2\oracle\network\admin.
Click to establish or change the designated TNS_ADMIN directory.
Displays the status of the database.