Good afternoon Maria. I must install on a Solaris system in a Sun computer an Oracle Management System (Oracle Enterprise Manager -- OEM for 9i DB) with an operating system user different that Oracle (oramaster). When I begin the installation, the Universal Installer requires the Oracle user. How to avoid this required Oracle user? On the oramaster user I found installed Oracle 9i database.
I'm not sure at what point in the configuration of OEM you are forced to use the 'oracle' user. Does this happen when you are creating a repository? You do not have to use the oracle user when installing Oracle database software. As long as the user is part of the privilege osdba and osoper groups, you can call the owner of the software anything you prefer. This is also true when creating a database and configuring OEM. For further information on how to configure OEM, refer to the
Oracle Release 22.214.171.124 Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide
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