Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Default 'root' passwords for Oracle Compute Cloud instances

When you create an Oracle Compute Cloud instance:
  • The default username is opc

To log in as root on an Oracle Linux instance:
sudo su - 
To log in as root on an Oracle Solaris x86 instance:
su - 
(Default password is "solaris_opc".)


Unknown said...

Nice information.Really good blog.Thanks for sharing

Weblogic Admin Training

Unknown said...

I Just Love to read Your Articles Because they are very easy to understand.Very Helpful Post And Explained Very Clearly About All the things.Very Helpful. Coming To Our Self We Provide Restaurant Equipment Parts Through Out US At Very Affordable Prices And Also We Offer Same Day Shipping In US.We Offer Only Genuine Products.Thanks For Posting.HAve a Nice Day!

seo said...

This Blog Drives Me For Increasing my knowledge and to understand the basic concepts,really helpful and thankful we provide Urgent Care Services.Really Thanks For Posting Such an informative Article.I want to share this blog with my friends and family.

Unknown said...

This Blog is very helpful and useful, came to know that I should be strong in my basics and this blog helps me to improve it, US Medical Residency in Chicago Services Provided by Us. Thanks For Posting.

svrtechnologies said...

Thanks For Sharing Such an Important and Useful Content On Mulesoft Certification Training

24Layouts said...

Thanks For Posting Such an Useful Information........

Vizag Real Estate

Ardhendu said...

My Oracle compute instance is created based on a RHEL image
When I am trying to ssh into my computer instance with opc user, it is prompting for the password
What is the default password for opc user ??