I don't want to use auto login or local auto login as that would defeat encrypting the database in the first place.
I do want to automatically open the wallet when I startup the database.
Here's how I fixed it.
First, as root, I need to mount a remote file system and add it to /etc/fstab.
As the Oracle user I need to generate my RSA private and public keys.
openssl genrsa -out ~/.rsa_key.pri 2048
openssl rsa -in ~/.rsa_key.pri -out ~/.rsa_key.pub -outform PEM -puboutThis creates two hidden files, the private key (.rsa_key.pri) and public key (.rsa_key.pub) in my home directory.
Now I need to pass my TDE pass phrase to openssl for it to encrypt and write to my remote file system.
echo "MyPassPhrase" | openssl rsautl -encrypt -inkey ~/.rsa_key.pub -pubin -out /remotefs/folder/file.nameNow I can use the following in a script to open the wallet without knowing or having to enter the TDE pass phrase.
passPhrase=$(openssl rsautl -decrypt -inkey ~/.rsa_key.pri -in /remotefs/folder/file.name)
sqlplus -s / as sysdba <<!
administer key management set keystore open identified by "$passPhrase";
You can easily wrap these commands in a script and use alongside dbstart in systemctl or manually.