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    Database monitoring tools on the web

    Hi ,


    We are running 10 Oracle 8i Database servers in our Enviroment. I would like to use a web based graphical interface to monitor the major aspects of Database. like

    instant is up ?
    Archive log ?
    monitoring tablespaces ( free spaces available )
    monitoring alert.log
    and so on ...



    Is there any readymade script ( written in any language like Perl,PHP, or ASP ) that does th job?


    if not , Anyone whose intrested in this issue? we can disscuss that

    thanks

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    OEM (Oracle Enterprise Manager) in 9i does this (and can be used on 8i DBs). It can be run on your box, or can be run over the web.
    Tom Best

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    Try http://www.oracletool.com/ or WebSQL http://www.oriolecorp.com ( link Products) for a start, BUT if your needs are simple AND you are in the last releases of 8i you can JUST run periodically your scripts via sql*plus, generating HTML output using the appropriate SET command and putting the resultant HTMl file in a web server.

    []s

    Chiappa

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    Try Orasnap. This is free and you can run any time. It will give you all the details about your database in html format. And also you will see the sql source in the HTML page.

    http://www.stewartmc.com/oracle/orasnap/

    sree.
    sree

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    Nagios

    If you want something pretty yet easily customizable, look at http://www.nagios.org. You can easily write plugins (with the language of your choice) that will interface to the web-based status panel.

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    Oracle EM (Enterprise Manager) is always first choice, TOAD ( Quest Software ) www.revealnet.com also having some good capabilities for DBA and development purposes.
    Dilip Patel
    OCP 8i

    Catch me online at Yahoo: ddpatel256

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