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SYSMAN LOCKED(TIMED) account

Oracle Database Tips by Donald BurlesonApril 5, 2016

Question:  In my database when login to OEM I found this error ORA-28000 account pass word expired.  So I saw by this query that the SYSMAN account is locked:

select username, account_status from dba_users;

That SYSMAN LOCKED(TIMED) account status and DBSNMP OPEN.

Answer:  If you are using Oracle with EM Console on Windows, your SYSMAN account will get locked periodically. This happens due to unordered start of DB Instance, DB Listener and Oracle Enterprise Manager OEM Console.

Locked(TIMED) means the account has been locked because a wrong password has been entered to many time. It the password would have expired, the status would be "EXPIRED(GRACE)".

CREATE PROFILE DEFAULT_10G
LIMIT FAILED_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS UNLIMITED;

ALTER USER SYSMAN PROFILE DEFAULT_10G;

This query will reveal if the SYSMAN use is locked:

select
   p.profile as "Profile",
   p.limit as "Limit"
from
   dba_profiles p,
   dba_users u
where
   u.USERNAME='SYSMAN'
and
   u.profile=p.profile

and
   p.resource_name='PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME'
;

=======================================================

According to Change SYSMAN Password The solution fix for this error is to follow these steps:

1. Stop the OMS instances that are associated with the repository

a. opmnctl stopall
 
2. Change the sysman password in the database:

a. Logon to sqlplus as a dba user
b. Issue the command: alter user sysman identified by newpassword;
c. Exit SQL*Plus
 
3. On each management server host, cd to the OMS $ORACLE_HOME/sysman/config directory

a. backup the emoms.properties file
b. edit the emoms.properties file and modify the parameters;

eml.mntr.emdRepPwd=new_password
oracle.sysman.eml.mntr.emdRepPwdEncrypted=FALSE
 
NOTE: When you restart the OMS, the FALSE setting will change to TRUE and the password will become encrypted in the file
 
4. Still on Management Repository host, cd to the AGENT_HOME/bin and stop the agent:
 
./emctl stop agent

5. Next, cd to the AGENT_HOME/sysman/emd directory

a. Edit the targets.xml file and modify the oracle_emrep target definition with the following in bold:

b. Save the file. The TRUE value will change to FALSE and the newpassword will become encrypted when you restart the Agent.
 
6. Issue the command (from the Agent O_H/bin):

./emctl start agent
 
7. Restart each of the OMS's

emctl start oms
 
8.Start the OMS instances that are associated with the repository

opmnctl startall

 

=========================================================

On Windows, you need to make these changes:

- To confirm the account is locked:

      select account_status from dba_users where username='SYSMAN';

- Shutdown the OEM Console service.

- Unlock the SYSMAN account (if you don't know the password for SYSMAN,assign it yourself):

alter user SYSMAN [identified by PWD] account unlock;

- Start regedit to put correct order of Oracle services startup.

In regedit find

My Computer/HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/Services/**
Create new Multi-string value named "DependOnService" and put name of your the depends on.
Find

My Computer/HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/Services/**
Create new Multi-string value named "DependOnService" and put name of your the EM Console serves.

- Reboot the server and OEM console.

Reference:  MOSC Doc ID: 259379.1

   
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