We Bring You OAM Pirate Treasure

What is found among the nooks and crannies, in dark corners, can be exciting and sometimes dangerous.

While diving in Monterey, off the coast of California, my husband was poking around a jetty, motioned to me to come see a moray eel whose mouth was slowly opening and closing. He assured me it was not warning me to swim away as fast as I could, but that it was sleeping, breathing rhythmically with the motion of the waves above. Just an arm's length was visible, the tip of the iceberg, if you will, as these animals are scary long. He's a Divemaster, but I'm not convinced that makes him all that much more cautious among the critters, as one time he surfaced in a herd of barking sea lions.

Another time we were diving in Hawaii and he and our young son went into a cave to get a closer look at a shark that he, yet again, assured me was asleep, despite its swimming back and forth at the back of the cave, clearly alert as it was not crashing into anything. The sea turtle just outside the cave that was floating on the sandy bottom I KNEW was asleep as it wasn't moving at all, just enjoying the massage from little fish picking gunk off its shell, and that's where I chose to position myself in case the shark attacked and I had to swim for help.

A few months ago, one of my colleagues was poking around the innumerable internal wiki pages with the help of our Dev contact (our "Devmaster"?), but instead of finding something threatening, he found a pirate's treasure. Oracle OAM Development had put together an impressive collection of Cloud troubleshooting wikis that have concrete steps to follow, showing what to expect, what is problematic and what isn't.

Over the course of a month, several of us converted the wikis into about 30 Knowledge Base articles that we now bring to you. There are flowcharts with boxes to click on, and you can go back up a level or back to the top article.

So -- TA DA! Start here:

It's big with lots of dank corners, but we assure you that exploration in the world of OAM FA Cloud troubleshooting will give you new insights and understanding to make the journey worthwhile.

Happy Trails!

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