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O/S-Error: (OS 5) Access is denied. My Windows Oracle ID can write to the shared directory, so how do I fix the O/S-Error: (OS 5) Access is denied error? Answer: Remember, your OS user ID may not be the ID that is running a submitted RMAN job, in an operating system, UNIX, Linux or Windows.
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There are two levels of permissions when accessing network file resources: When you access local data, file access is controlled by only the NTFS permissions. But when you access a file share over the network, access is controlled by the combination of the NTFS permissions AND the share permissions.
/illumos-gate/usr/src/lib/smbsrv/libmlsvc/common/mlsvc_init.c - 975041dd3b571af240661f84d186e0cd0e36217b Gordon Ross <[email protected]>
In other words, a client must first pass Samba's security mechanisms (e.g., authenticating with a valid username and password, passing the check for the valid users parameter and the read only parameter, etc.), as well as the normal Unix file and directory permissions of its Unix-side user, before it can gain read/write access to a share.
This article continues with our series on interacting with the file system in Python. The previous articles dealt with reading [/reading-files-with-python] and writing [/writing-files-using-python] files. Interestingly, the file system is much more than a way to store/retrieve data to disk. There are also various other types of entries such as files, directories, sockets (for inter-process ...