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Remote Diagnostic Agent (RDA) 18.4 is Available Now!

      Remote Diagnostic Agent (RDA) 18.4 is released. RDA is a command line-driven data collection framework that can gather product and environmental information to assist in problem diagnosis. Full information on RDA is available in Oracle Knowledge Management document;

Remote Diagnostic Agent (RDA) – Getting Started (Doc ID 314422.1)

     The RDA 18.4 release contains the following new and improved features:

  • The ability to collect information relating to Docker containers
  • Additions to the Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) collection
  • Improved discovery of ORACLE_HOME in Middleware environments
  • Improved checks in the database Automatic Storage Management (ASM) module
  • Collection of information from standalone Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) instance homes
  • Collection of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) purge information

     Complete details for this and other releases are available in Oracle Knowledge Management document;

RDA Release Notes (Doc ID 414970.1)

     You can report a problem or give feedback by following process described here.

      This release of RDA is bundled with the 2.12.35R release of Diagnostic Assistant (DA). The DA tool is a command line interface framework designed to simplify and standardize the end user’s experience with various diagnostic tools, providing a common lightweight extensible interface to multiple collection tools. DA packages can also work with Oracle applications (JDE EnterpriseOne, Siebel, PeopleSoft) as verifiers, providing a basic Java interface to facilitate the user’s data collection.

For more information about DA functionality, refer to document;

Diagnostic Assistant: Information Center (Doc ID 201804.2)

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