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Alejandro Vargas' Blog

  • April 18, 2007

The Grid Control Implementation Challenge

Alejandro Vargas
Technical Leader, ACS Global Delivery, Infrastructure & BigData

For some time I've been working with Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control, but I'm using only few of it's wide range of features, mainly RAC monitoring, ASM Management, Database Performance Tuning and a little bit of Deployment.

I've got a request to prepare a program to introduce Grid Control and make known its capabilities to a group of DBA's.

This DBA team may take, as one of his projects, the implementation of several Grid Control Modules.

On a previous post I gave some tips and links to  Install, learn and Backup Grid Control , on this post I'm adding links to the documentation and step by step guides existing on OTN for several of Grid Control Modules: Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control Development Areas

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Comments ( 2 )
  • sandarsh Friday, July 6, 2007
    Hi,
    Hey,
    Can you please help me in finding Documents Involving this setup.
    we design to have 2 OMS servers running on 2 OEM servers. Oracle recommend to have a shared directory. could you please confirm if the shared directory can be non-cluster file system, but a NFS mount points exported to both servers.
    One one server we have the DB and on the Other server we have the StandBy.
    "EM Maximum Availability Architecture (Active/Passive)"
    I want to know more about this Shared Filesystem used by Agents to Upload Data which will be accesssed by OMS.
    Thanks,
    Sandarsh
  • James Storm Tuesday, February 5, 2008
    Hi Alejandro,
    Is it possible to install the agent on a NFS shared filesystem instead of installing the agents on the individual hosts of the targets?
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