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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jan 2001
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    Oracle Enterprise Manager architecture consists of a three-tier framework.

    Console and Management Applications--First Tier
    Enterprise Manager Console (GUI-based management application) Administrative tools for all management tasks
    Oracle Management Pack applications

    Oracle Management Server(s)--Second Tier
    One or more Oracle Management Servers
    A repository that stores system data, application data, information about the state of the managed nodes, and information about any system management packs

    Managed nodes containing databases and other services--Third Tier
    Databases
    Services (such as the Oracle Intelligent Agent and data collection service)

    Set up steps:

    Second Tier:

    1. Install Oracle Enterprise Manager
    2. Creating a Repository (connect to a database)
    3. Start Management Server

    Make sure database for the repository is up. Each time database is down, Managerment server may stop. So you need to start the managerment server again.

    Third Tier: (database you want to manage)

    1. Start the intelligent Agent
    2. Start the Agent Data Gatherer


    First Tier:

    1. Install Oracle Enterprise Manager
    2. Start Oracle Enterprise Manager Console
    If you are logging in to Oracle Enterprise Manager for the first time, type in the default credentials.
    Administrator = sysman
    Password = oem_temp.









  2. #12
    Join Date
    May 2000
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    Portsmouth, NH, USA
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    Red face i got it to work


    I was having the same problems because I had never attempted to configure everything before. My main error was that under host/service I kept using the SID or SERVICE name of my database/instance.

    The answer for me was that you need to use the actual name of the server or IP of the server in order to connect thru the OMS. Consider that the OMS is located on the MACHINE so you are connecting to the MACHINE (IP address) and not the database/instance.

    Try that and let me know what you get.

    - Magnus


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