management server / application server
I am trying to set up the Oracle Management server to manage my application server machines.
I can easily get it to manage my database nodes because the Oracle Intelligent agent is running.
My application server repository database and http servers dont have an intelligent agent running (and no obvious way to start one)
So how can I get the OMS to look at those nodes and manage them?
Forgive me for lacking mind reading skills, but what version of OMS, agents and databases and application servers are you running?
dammit, forgot that
184.108.40.206 databases, Linux AS2.1 servers, 10gAS (I know it has its own em, but want to manage the repoistory database)
the version of OMS is whatever comes with 9iR2
so you're running 9i OEM and want to monitor 10g AS? I doubt you can do that. You can monitor the node where the 10G AS sits and write your own TCL scripts to monitor the AS via the 9i agent, but thats a lot of work. I may be wrong as I don't use AS.
You'll have to install the 9i agents if you've not already done so to do that.
Alternatively, set up 10G grid, then you can monitor them properly.
i dont use AS either..... till now.
I can manage AS via Enterprise Manager that comes with it. All I want to do is manage the node and the database repository with 9i EM.
I also have no experience with the intelligent agent, so can I download it from oracle and add it to a node?
I'm sure you will have intelligent agent installed. Just go to the services window and you will find OracleOraHome9iAgent. just start this up.
Isnt that services window a windows thing?
yes it is a windows thing, perhaps he missed the bit where you said LINUX ;-) Go to $ORACLE_HOME/bin. If there are a couple of files with 'dbsnmp*' then the agent is installed. Set the environment, issue agentctl start agent.
If not, then you need to install it. It will included on the software you used to install 9i in the first place.
Sorry I missed the Linux part completely.
you could try either
agentctl start and
lsnrctl dbsnmp_start or
I think you could do a
service agentctl start
os> agentctl start agent
will work on linux for a 9i agent.
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