Keywords and syntax

BEQUEATH_DETACH=YES | NO

Controls whether or not Unix signal handling is used to terminate server processes spawned by Bequeath connections. YES turns over responsibility for terminating the server process to the Unix init process. Signal handling is not used in this case. NO leaves the parent process, the one that used Bequeath to spawn the server process, with the responsibility of terminating that server process once it is no longer needed. Signal handling is used in this case. The default is NO.

DAEMON.TRACE_DIRECTORY = directory_path

Specifies the directory to use for trace files generated by the Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) daemon. This parameter is relevant only for 1.x releases of Enterprise Manager. The default is $ORACLE_HOME/network/trace. This parameter is no longer supported with Oracle9i.

DAEMON.TRACE_LEVEL = OFF | USER | ADMIN | SUPPORT

Specifies the trace level for the Oracle Enterprise Manager daemon. It is relevant only for 1.x releases of Oracle Enterprise Manager. The default value is OFF. This parameter is no longer supported with Oracle9i.

OFF

No trace output is generated.

USER

Generates user-level trace output.

ADMIN

Generates administrative-level trace output. This gets you more details than the USER setting.

SUPPORT

Generates extremely detailed trace information. This is the highest setting possible and results in a great deal more trace output than either USER or ADMIN.

DAEMON.TRACE_MASK = (mask)

Limits the entries written to the trace file ...

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