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(David Fitzjarrell) Exadata is a different system for a DBA to administer. Some tasks in this environment, such as running the exachk script, require root O/S privileges. This script can be run by the system administrator, and this will be the case if you are managing Exadata as a DBA. However, a new role has emerged relative to Exadata, that of the Database Machine Administrator, or DMA. Let's look at what being a DMA really means.

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