Installing and Configuring Ops Center

Our previous post was about planning an Ops Center installation. Once you've done the planning, you're ready to install and configure the software.

The initial installation is done from the command line. You put the correct bundle on the EC and PC systems, unpack it, and install it. Depending on your planning choices you'll use a few different options with the install commands.

Once the install tells you that it's done, your final step is to log in to the UI and configure the Enterprise Controller. During the config process you will choose a connection mode (disconnected mode for dark sites or connected mode if the EC has internet access), set up the libraries for Linux, Oracle Solaris 8-10, and Oracle Solaris 11 content, and set up DHCP for OS provisioning if you need it.

Installing Ops Center is a complex process, and this post is just an overview and not a quick-start. The Oracle Solaris Installation Guide and the Linux Installation Guide go into much greater detail. If you have specific questions about installing Ops Center, let me know.
Comments:

Can Ops Center be installed using a Data Guard customer managed database? Can the RemoteDBProps.txt contain entries for both the active and standby databases?

Posted by guest on January 09, 2014 at 09:50 AM MST #

I just put up a new post to answer these questions:

https://blogs.oracle.com/opscenter/entry/database_failover_questions

Posted by Owen on January 16, 2014 at 09:58 AM MST #

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