Any one know why the documentation says that the 10g OEM component says to install it on a 9i database? I've looked on metalink and all I'm finding out is that 10g sucks but no relative feedback.
Basically I want to install a small 10g database and slap the 10g oem grid control on it.
04-30-2004, 07:38 AM
10g oem sucks or 10g?
04-30-2004, 08:59 AM
I plugged in a search for 10g oem and found this huge thread about how bad 10g oem is. If you want I'll go find it again and post if if you want it.
04-30-2004, 09:07 AM
Oracle doc tom kytes love child hehee :-)
.Hope toms wife doesnt come here..
04-30-2004, 01:00 PM
We're using 10g Grid Control (Multiple targets, w/OMS). Also using it's scaled down brother 10g Database Control (Single server, single target)
Yes, it's different. Some like it, others don't. I think it's an improvement in most areas.
It's definately got room for improvement. 10g Grid Control uses 10g Application Server, which is actually 9.0.4, and it requires a 9i instance for it's repository .. go figure! To configure it, you'll need at least 4 ORACLE_HOME's.
1. 10g Grid Control Home - Essentially App Server and OMS
2. 10g Agent Home - Fairly small place for the agent executables
3. 9i Repository Home - We use 22.214.171.124 (direct install available now)
4. 10g Instances Home - Home for 10g instances to monitor, etc.
I'm hoping they have this fixed in the next release (June-04, according to Ken Jacobs).
In this version you can say goodbye to discovery, the agents take care of that task and it works perty good. I did have to go in and manually modify a targets.xml file on one install.
The out-of-the-box alerts are much smarter.
Support is getting better at supporting this stuff. It was like pulling teeth when it was first released.
If you've got any specific questions, please ask. I think it's good to get in at the ground level and get the potty-training over.