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Release 9.2.0

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Part I Oracle Enterprise Manager Console

1 Console

Enterprise Manager Console
Detail Pane
Console Menus
Context-Sensitive Menus
File Menu
Object Menu
Configuration Menu
Tools Menu
Help Menu
Toolbars/Tool Drawers
Managing Enterprise Manager Administrators
Types of Enterprise Manager Administrators
Managing Administrator Accounts
Creating or Editing an Administrator Account
Granting Access to Targets
Reassigning Object Ownership
Changing Administrator Preferences
Paging Status Codes for Numeric Pages
Email/Paging Message Body Definition
Preferred Credentials
Setting Administrator Credentials
Saving Logon Information as a Preferred Credential
Saving the Contents of a List
Configuring Enhanced Notifications (Paging/Email)
Management Regions
Defining a New Management Region
Adding a Management Server to a Region
Adding Discovered Nodes to a Management Region
Removing a Management Region
Managing HTTP Servers
Discovering HTTP Servers
Starting Up or Shutting Down a HTTP Server
Determining the Status of HTTP Servers
Paging/Email Blackout
Specifying Total Paging/Email Blackout
Defining a Paging/Email Blackout
Making a Copy of an Existing Blackout Schedule
Turning Blackout Schedules On and Off
Deleting Paging/Email Blackout Periods
Viewing Blackout Periods
Target-level Blackouts

2 The Standalone Console

Choosing to Launch the Console Standalone
Starting the Standalone Console
Adding Databases to the Tree in the Standalone Console
Connecting to a Database in the Standalone Console
Connecting to the Database As a Different User
Viewing If You Are Connected As SYSDBA
Removing a Database from the Tree
Changing from Using the Console to the Standalone Console
Editing Local Preferred Credentials in the Standalone Console
Changing from Using the Standalone Console to the Console

3 Navigator

Navigator Pane
Populating the Navigator Tree
Expanding Objects in the Navigator
Launching Tools
Navigator Menu
Discovering Targets
Adding a Service
Refreshing a Target
Removing a Target
Pinging the Intelligent Agent
Determining Node Properties
Manipulating Objects in the Navigator
Administering Objects
Copying Navigator Objects
Removing a Node from the Navigator
Node Removal Failure

4 Groups

Group View Pane
Managing Groups
Automatic Group Refresh
Manual Refresh
Automatic Refresh
Creating a Group
Group General Page
Group Access Page
Manipulating Group Views
Monitoring Status
Expanding Objects
Databases and Other Discovered Targets
Launching Applications from a Group
Adding Objects to a Group
Deleting Objects from the Group
Modifying a Group
Removing Groups
Viewing Reports for Targets within a Group

5 Jobs

Job Process
Job Tasks
Writing SQL*Plus Scripts
Job Credentials
Submitting Jobs
Cancelling Jobs
Job Detail View
Active Job Page
Context-sensitive Menu options
History Page
Refreshing the History Page
Clearing the History Page
Displaying Job Output
Context Menu options
Job Menu
Job Library
Creating, Modifying, or Viewing a Job
Creating a New Job
General Page
Job Task Page
Job Parameters Page
Job Schedule Page
Job Access Page
Skipped Job Notification
Job Progress Page
Job Output Dialog Box
Modifying Active Jobs
Alternative Method of Modifying an Active Job
Viewing Job Details
Example: Creating a Job
Required Administrator Permissions
Oracle Job Tasks
Oracle Database Tasks
Enterprise Manager Wizard Database Tasks
Operating System or Node Tasks
Tcl Script Examples
Listener Tasks
HTTP Servers
Job Tasks Run through Wizards

6 Events

Event System Overview
Using Events
Creating Events
Registering Events
Event Occurrences
Event Notifications
Notifying Administrators
Interpreting Events
Correcting Problems
Event Categories and Types
Fault Management Event Tests
Space Management Event Tests
Resource Management Event Tests
Performance Management Event Tests
Unsolicited Event Tests
Registering Interest in an Unsolicited Event
Setting the Parameters Property Sheet for Unsolicited Events
Raising Unsolicited Events
Raising Unsolicited Events through the Enterprise Manager Job System
Unsolicited Event Caveats
User-Defined Monitoring
User-Defined SQL Event Test
Support for PL/SQL Functions
User-Defined Event Tests
Creating Your Monitoring Script
Register the user-defined event in the Console
User-Defined Event Parameters
Bundled User-Defined Event Sample
Creating and Registering an Event
Dynamic Modification of Registered Events
General Behavior
Event Detail View
Alerts Page
Viewing Alerts
History Page
Registered Page
Event Menu
Context-Sensitive Menus
Event Library Dialog
Editing an Event in the Event Library
Oracle Event Tests
Event Viewer
Event Viewer: General Page
Event Viewer: Log Page
Event Viewer: Notification Details Page
Responding to Event Occurrences
Event General Page
Event Tests Page
Event Parameters Page
Event Schedule Page
Event Access Page
Event Fixit Jobs Page
Event Progress Page
Administrator Event Notification
Oracle Event Tests
Numeric Pager Job/Event Ids
Event System Features and Requirements

7 Event Handler

Event Handler Overview
How the Event Handler Works
Setting Up the Event Handler
Quickstart Method (Default)
Customizing the Event Handler Setup
Event Handler Configuration Parameters
Command to Execute
Optional: length of execution time
Summary of Event Handler Configuration Commands
Enabling the Event Handler
Disabling the Event Handler
Viewing Current Event Handler Configuration Settings
Creating a Configuration File from the Current Event Handler Configuration Registry Entries
Importing a Configuration File
Troubleshooting Tips
Sample Filters and Templates:
Known Issues
Differences between UNIX and Windows NT
Running the Event Handler in a multi-Management Server Environment
Migrating from Prior Releases

8 Enterprise Manager Reporting

Enterprise Manager Reporting
Key Concepts
What is a Report Definition?
What is a Report Element?
Ways to Select Targets for Report Generation
Configuring Enterprise Manager Reporting
Enterprise Manager Reporting Website
Creating a Report from an Existing Report Definition
Editing a Report Definition
Generating a Report from Enterprise Manager Applications
Creating a User-defined Report Definition
The Report Property Sheet
Report General Page
Report Elements Page
Report Parameters Page
Report Publish Page
Navigating the Enterprise Manager Reporting Website

9 Enterprise Security Management

Overview of Enterprise Security Manager
Introduction to Directory Servers
Entailing and Configuring Your Enterprise Security Environment
Task 1: Configure an Oracle Internet Directory
Task 2: Install Oracle Enterprise Manager
Task 3: Configure Oracle Enterprise Manager for Enterprise User Security
Task 4: Start Oracle Enterprise Security Manager
Task 5: Log On To the Directory
Administering Users
Oracle Wallets
Specifying a new User Name
Specifying a Directory Base
Specifying a new User Password
Specifying an Initial Enterprise Role Assignment
Specifying an Oracle Wallet
Browsing Users in the Directory
Administering Oracle Contexts
Oracle Context Versions
Specifying Properties of an Oracle Context
Specifying User Search Bases
Specifying Oracle Context Administrators
Accessible Domains
Managing Database Security
Registering a Database with an Oracle Context
Administering Databases
Managing Database Administrators
Managing Database Schema Mappings
Administering Enterprise Domains
Specifying Database Membership of an Enterprise Domain
Managing Database Security Options for an Enterprise Domain
Managing Enterprise Domain Administrators
Managing Enterprise Domain Database Schema Mappings
Administering Enterprise Roles
Creating a new Enterprise Role:
Removing an Enterprise Role:
Specifying Database Global Role Membership of an Enterprise Role
Removing a Database Global Role from an Enterprise Role:
Adding a Global Role to an Enterprise Role:
Managing Enterprise Role Grantees
Removing a User from the List of Enterprise Role Grantees:
Adding a New User to the list of Enterprise Role Grantees:
Command Line Tool

Part II Database Administration Tools

10 Database Administration

Common Features of Database Management Features
Tree Views
General Information about Databases
Comprehensive Overview Pages
Property Sheets
Multi-Column Lists
Database Version Awareness
Database Reports
Logging of Database Changes
Showing Object DDL
Show SQL
Show Dependencies
Right-Mouse Commands
DB Search Capabilities
Database Management Features and Wizards
Instance Management
Configuration Operations
Stored Configurations
Sessions List
Sessions Folder
Long Running Operations
In-Doubt Transactions
Resource Consumer Groups
Resource Plans
Resource Plan Schedule
Schema Management
Tree List by Schema or Object
Editing an Object
Creating Objects
Security Management
User Operations
Role Operations
Profile Operations
Storage Management
Controlfile Operations
Tablespace Operations
Datafile Operations
Rollback Segment Operations
Redo Log Group Operations
Archive Log Operations
Distributed Management
Warehouse Management
OLAP Management
Summary Management
Workspace Management
XML Database
SQL*Plus Worksheet
SQL Scratchpad

11 Managing Backup and Recovery

Recovery Manager (RMAN)
About the RMAN Executable
About the Target Database
About Oracle Enterprise Manager
About the Recovery Catalog Database
About the Recovery Catalog Schema
About the Standby Database
About the RMAN Media Management Interface
About the Media Management Catalog
RMAN Backup
Backing Up a Database
Backing Up a Database Using a Predefined Strategy
Backing Up the Database with a Customized Strategy
Deleting Obsolete Backups and Copies
Selecting a Full or Incremental Backup
Choosing an Online or Offline Mode to Back Up Your Database
Backing Up Individual Files
Backing Up and Deleting Archived Logs
Backing Up Archived Logs
Deleting Archived Logs
Copying a Datafile
Overriding a Retention Policy in Backup for Special Cases
Overriding the Backup Policy
Overriding the Retention Policy
Viewing Current Policies
Restore and Recover
Recovering the Entire Database
Restoring the Entire Database
Recovering and/or Restoring Tablespaces or Datafiles
Restoring the Control File
Restoring Archive Log Files
Recovering Datablocks
Using a Corruption List for Data Block Recovery
Using Datafiles for Data Block Recovery
Using Tablespaces for Data Block Recovery
Maintenance Operations
Setting up Backup and Retention Policies in a Target Database
Configuring a Backup Policy
Configuring a Retention Policy
Performing Recovery Catalog Maintenance
Registering a Database
Resynchronizing the Catalog
Resetting the Database
Configuring the RMAN Environment
Creating a Backup Configuration
Specifying Disk Channel Device for Backup Set
Specifying Tape Channel Device for Backup Set
Setting Channel Limits
Specifying Channel Device for an Image Copy
Setting Up a Proxy Copy for a Tape Backup Set
Setting the Storage Parameters for the Current Backup Set
Setting Storage Parameters for Datafiles
Setting Storage Parameters for Archivelogs
Registering the Recovery Catalog
Setting Preferred Credentials for Running Backup Jobs
Registering Later Databases with the Recovery Catalog
Resynchronizing the Recovery Catalog with the Target Database
Setting Up the Recovery Catalog
9i Procedure
Pre-8i and 8i Procedures
Starting Up the Database
Starting the Database in Mount Mode
Starting the Database in Open Mode
Placing the Database in Mount
Setting the Database in ARCHIVELOG Mode
RMAN Job Script
Some Examples
Backing Up the Recovery Catalog
Recovery Without a Catalog
Skipping Tablespaces when Backing Up a Database
Backing Up Often-Used Tablespaces
Specifying the Device Type
Restarting a Backup
Spreading a Backup Across Multiple Disk Drives
Specifying the Size of Backup Sets
Performing a Non-Cumulative Incremental Backups
Performing Cumulative Incremental Backups
Determining How Channels Distribute a Backup Workload
Backing Up in NOARCHIVELOG Mode
Keeping a Long-Term Backup
Displaying Backups that are Exempt from the Retention Policy
Optimizing Database Backup

A Keyboard Navigation

B Firewalls and Virtual Private Networks

Firewall Communication for Enterprise Manager
Firewall Between the Console and Management Server
Firewall Between the Management Server and Agent(s) on Monitored Nodes
Firewalls and Network Address Translation (NAT)
Virtual Private Network Configuration for Enterprise Manager
VPN Connections Between the Enterprise Manager Client and Management Server
VPN Connections Between the Management Server and Intelligent Agents
Running the Console in Standalone Mode
Performance Manager, Capacity Planner, and Firewalls


Starting OEMUTIL
Performing a single command:
Performing Commands in Succession:
OEMUTIL Commands

D Repository Views

Administrator Views
Service Views
Group Views
Operational System Metrics
Job Definition Views
Event Definition Views
Capacity Planner and Data Gatherer Collections


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