New release of 10.2.7 OCM collector for AIX

Some of you may have noticed that the OCM (Oracle Configuration Manager) software, which is the collector mechanism used by SCM, had a bug in the latest AIX release, 10.2.7.  (And thanks to those who have pointed it out.)  We've fixed that bug and put out a new release of the 10.2.7 AIX distribution; the updated release is now available for download on both the SCM Collectors tab and the Metalink patch download interface.

Comments:

So if my README.TXT file says Version: 10.2.7.0.0 and Date: October 31, 2007 - does that mean I need to get the new version? And if so do I need to uninstall and reinstall? Is there a bug number that I can reference for documentation? Thank You, JR Peck

Posted by JR Peck on December 18, 2007 at 02:03 AM PST #

JR -- the problems with the original version were with installation and instrumenting the database with PL/SQL (as described in the install guide). If you were able to deploy the collector successfully for whatever type of configuration you had, then you don't need to worry.

Posted by Joshua Solomin on December 18, 2007 at 03:00 AM PST #

Well - I have installed it on a 5 node rac cluster. I did one node with 10.2.6 and there was a gap in time before I installed to the other 4 nodes. On those 4 nodes, the install went fine without issues, but there was no state directory created. I did not run installCCRSQL.sh on those nodes because the docs say it is only to be run on a single node. I have a service request open on the issue but was hoping this might offer some resolution. As I said, the install appeared to go fine on the other 4 nodes but no state directory was created and the nodes don't show up in my configurations. I can run emCCR config and the connection tests fine. I can run collect manually and it says that everything is fine. But it isn't actually working correctly.

Posted by JR Peck on December 18, 2007 at 03:46 AM PST #

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