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Preface


The purpose of this manual is to describe how to start up, shut down, and monitor the activity of Oracle Parallel Servers™ using the Oracle Enterprise Manager™ console. This manual describes only those features of the Enterprise Manager which pertain to parallel servers. For a complete description of the functionality provided by Enterprise Manager, see Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide.


Intended Audience

This manual is written for users of Enterprise Manager who need to maintain parallel servers in their network. This manual is intended to be used in conjunction with the documentation set which accompanies your copy of the Oracle Enterprise Manager software. Specifically, it assumes that you are familiar with the Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide and the Oracle Enterprise Manager Performance Monitoring User's Guide.


Knowledge Assumed of the Reader

This manual assumes that you are familiar with the administrative tasks you want to perform. If you are not, refer to the Oracle7 Server™ documentation set. The Oracle7 Server documentation set contains specific and thorough descriptions of the database administration tasks you can perform with Oracle Enterprise Manager tools. In addition, the Oracle7 Server documentation set provides recommendations on how to administer your database optimally.

If you have not yet read the introductory chapters of the Oracle7 Server Administrator's Guide or the Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide, we recommend that you do so. These chapters describe the specific responsibilities of a database administrator and the basic operation of the Oracle Enterprise Manager.

This manual also assumes that you are familiar with the operation of Microsoft Windows. Refer to the Windows documentation for your system, if necessary.


How this Manual is Organized

This manual contains these chapters:


Conventions Used in This Manual

This table lists the typographical conventions used in this manual.

Feature
Example
Explanation
boldface mna.h

timeout

Identifies file names and function arguments when used in text.
square brackets [-c string]

[on|off]

Identifies an optional item.

Identifies a choice of optional items, each separated by a vertical bar (|), any one option can be specified.

braces {yes|no} Identifies a choice of mandatory items, each separated by a vertical bar (|).
italics file1 Identifies a place holder in command or function call syntax; replace this place holder with a specific value or string.
ellipses n,... Indicates that the preceding item can be repeated any number of times.


Related Documents

Part No.
Document Title
A43542 Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide
A43550 Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide
A43552 Oracle Enterprise Manager Performance Monitoring User's Guide
A43689 Oracle Enterprise Manager Oracle Expert User's Guide
A43622 Oracle Enterprise Manager Installation Guide
A43624 Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual
A47250 Oracle Enterprise Manager Oracle Trace User's Guide


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