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How to I set user "ORACLE" on AIX/Linux whose password will not expire in 1 year  should not prompt for a password change after I change the password.

I know its "pwdadm -c oracle" on AIX but on Linux I dont know
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Try

chage -M -1 oracle

or

chage -M 999999 oracle
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