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11g Release 1 (11.1.0.1)

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A

accessing
compliance management pages, 13.2.1
adaptive alert thresholds, purpose of, 1.2.1.1.2
ADDM, 1.1
purpose of, 1.1
Agent Registration Password, 2.4.3
changing, 2.4.7
Agent Upload Problems
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3
AGENT_HOME/network/admin, 2.4.9.4, 2.4.9.4
Agents Unreachable
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3
aggregration and purging policies
See data retention policies
Alert Details page, picture of, 1.5
alerts
automated responses, 1.2.4
corrective actions, 1.2.4
notification methods, 1.2.3
notifications for, 1.2.3
purpose of, 1.2.2
server-generated, 1.1
Warning Alerts page, 1.5
analyzing
job activity, 6.4
Application Performance Management, 2.8.3
Application Server Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3
Application Server Control
starting and stopping on Windows systems, 7.2.2
archive logging
for Management Repository database, 10.1
asynchronous I/O, 9.2.4.6
automated
responses to alerts, 1.2.4
Availability History Report, picture of, 5.3, 8.2

B

Backup, 9.3.1
baseline normalized views, 1.2.1.1.2
baselines, 9.2.2
adaptive thresholds, 1.2.1.1.2
for metrics, 1.2.1.1.2
normalized views, 1.2.1.1.2
BEA WebLogic
Oracle ecosystem and, 1.2.1
Beacons, 9.2.4.7
introduction, 1.2
monitoring Web Applications over HTTPS, 2.8.3
benefits of
extending Enterprise Manager, 15.1
Information Publisher, 8.1
blackouts
command-line interface and, 1.2.5
controlling with emctl, 7.7.4
examples, 7.7.4
functionality of, 1.2.5
retroactive, 1.2.5
buffer cache, 9.2.4.3

C

capacity
predicting, 9.2
Certificate dialog box
Internet Explorer, 2.8.2.1, 2.8.3
Checkpoint Firewall, Oracle ecosystem and, 1.2.1
Command Line Interface (EMCLI)
blackouts and, 1.2.5
Common Configurations
overview, 17.1
common configurations
deploying a remote management repository, 18.1
deploying Grid Control on a single host, 17.2
firewalls and other security considerations, 17.1
high availability configurations, 18.3
managing multiple hosts, 18.1
using multiple Management Services, 18.2
Compare Monitoring Template feature, 1.3
Compare Targets, picture of, 1.5
compliance
management pages, accessing, 13.2.1
violations, investigating, 13.2.2
compliance evaluation
scheduling, 13.3.1
setting up, 13.3
configuring
blackouts, functionality of, 1.2.5
monitoring templates, 1.3
Configuring Services, 14
Availability, 14.3, 14.4.1
Beacons, 14.3
Key Beacons, 14.3
Local Beacon, 14.3
Service Test-Based, 14.3, 14.4.1
System-Based, 14.3, 14.4.1
Command Line Interface, 14.13
Create, 14.3, 14.9
End-User Performance Monitoring, 14.1, 14.8
Access Log Format, 14.8.2.1
chronos_setup.sh, 14.8.2.3.1, 14.8.2.3.3
EUM, 14.8.1
Manage Web Server Data Collection, 14.8.1, 14.8.2.2
Set URLs, 14.8.1
Standalone Web Cache, 14.8.2.4
Unprocessed Samples, 14.8.6
URL Pattern, 14.8.2.1
Web Cache Log Format, 14.8.2.2
Web Cache Manager, 14.8.2.2
Interactive Transaction Tracing, 14.1
J2EE Server Activity, 14.1
Metrics
Performance, 14.3
Usage, 14.4.3
Usage Metrics, 14.3
Monitoring Settings, 14.6
Beacon Overrides, 14.6
Collection Settings, 14.6
Data Granularity, 14.6
Frequency, 14.6
Monitoring Templates, 14.11
Beacons, 14.11.1
Service Tests, 14.11.1
Service Tests and Beacons, 14.11.1
Variables, 14.11.1
Oracle Application Server 10g (9.0.4), 14.1
Performance, 14.3
Performance Metrics, 14.4.2
Aggregation Function, 14.4.2
Recording Transactions, 14.1, 14.5, 14.9.1
Request Performance, 14.1, 14.1, 14.10
Correlate Requests, 14.1
Database Connections, 14.10.2
Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs), 14.10.2
JDeveloper, 14.10.4
Manage OC4J Data Collection, 14.10.2
OC4J Cluster, 14.10
OC4J Instances, 14.10
OC4J Tracing, 14.10.3
Oracle Application Server 10g (9.0.4), 14.1
Oracle User Interface XML (UIX), 14.10.4
Service Tests and Beacons, 14.10.2
Tracing Properties, 14.10.2
Root Cause Analysis, 14.1, 14.4.1, 14.4.6
Component Tests, 14.4.6
Topology, 14.4.6
Topology Viewer, 14.1
Service Level Rules, 14.12
Actual Service Level, 14.12
Availability, 14.12
Business Hours, 14.12
Expected Service Level, 14.12
Information Publisher, 14.12.2
Performance Criteria, 14.12
Services Dashboard, 14.12.2
Service Tests and Beacons, 14.4.5
Configuring Dedicated Beacons, 14.4.5.1
SSL Certificate, 14.4.5.1
Tests, 14.4.5
Web Proxy, 14.4.5.1
Service-Test Based Availability
Key Service Tests, 14.4.1
System, 14.2
Key Components, 14.3
System-Based Availability
Key Components, 14.4.1
Test Performance, 14.1
Thresholds
Critical, 14.3
Warning, 14.3
Time Zone, 14.3
Types
Aggregate Service, 14.7
Types of Service
Generic Service, 14.3
Types of Services
Aggregate Service, 14.3
OCS Service, 14.3
Web Application, 14.3
connect descriptor
using to identify the Management Repository database, 10.4.1, 10.4.2.2
corrective actions
alerts and, 1.2.4
policies, 13.3.4.1
privileges required for, 1.2.4
creating
custom reports, 8.3.1
report definitions, 8.2
user-defined metric, 1.4
creating a monitoring script, 4.2.1
Critical URL Monitoring, as substitute for Management Agent, 1.2
custom reports, 8.3
customizing
notifications, 1.2.3.1
policies, 13.3.4

D

dashboard
groups, 5.2.5
Data Guard
configuring Enterprise Manager availability, 10.1
data retention policies
for Application Performance Management data, 10.2.1
for other Management data, 10.2.2
modifying default, 10.2.3
of the Management Repository, 10.2
when targets are deleted, 10.2.4
Database Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3
Database Control
starting on UNIX, 7.4.1
stopping on UNIX, 7.4.2
DBSNMP database user, 7.7.2
setting the password for, 7.7.2
deleting targets
data retention policies when, 10.2.4
diagnosing
policy violations, 13.2.2
Disaster Recovery, 9.3.3
disk mirroring and stripping
Management Repository guideline, 10.1
disk space management
controlling Management Agent disk space, 19.1.4
documentation, getting from OTN, 1.5
dropping the Management Repository, 10.4

E

E2E monitoring, 9.2.4.7
em_message, 4.2.1.2
em_result, 4.2.1.2
EMADM0400, 2
E-mail Customization, 3.1.4.1
e-mail notifications
upper limits, 3.1.2.1
e-mails, formats of, 1.2.3.1
emctl
controlling blackouts, 7.7.4
listing targets on a managed host, 7.7.3
security commands, 2.4.3
setting monitoring credentials, 7.7.2.2
starting, stopping, and checking the Management Service, 7.2
emctl config agent credentials, 7.7.2.2
emctl config agent listtargets, 7.7.3, 7.7.3
emctl config oms
sample output, 2.6.1
emctl istop, 7.1.2
emctl reload, 7.7.1
emctl secure agent, 2.4.4
sample output, 2.4.4
emctl secure oms, 2.4.3
sample output, 2.4.3
emctl secure setpwd, 2.4.7.2
emctl secure unlock, 2.4.6
emctl start agent, 7.1.1
emctl start blackout, 7.7.4, 7.7.4
emctl start dbconsole, 7.4.1
emctl start oms, 7.2.1.1
emctl status agent, 7.1.1, 7.1.1
emctl status blackout, 7.7.4
emctl status oms, 7.2.1.1
emctl stop agent, 7.1.1
emctl stop blackout, 7.7.4
emctl stop dbconsole, 7.4.2
emctl stop oms, 7.2.1.1
emctl upload, 7.7.1
EMD_URL
property in the emd.properties file, 19.1.3
emd.properties, 19.1.1, 19.1.3, 19.1.4
EMD_URL, 19.1.3
emdWalletSrcUrl, 19.1.1
REPOSITORY_URL, 17.2, 18.1, 19.1.1
UploadMaxBytesXML, 19.1.4
UploadMaxDiskUsedPct, 19.1.4
emdRepPort
property in the emoms.properties file, 19.2.1.1
emdRepPwd
property in the emoms.properties file, 19.2.1.1
emdRepServer
property in the emoms.properties file, 19.2.1.1
emdRepSID
property in the emoms.properties file, 19.2.1.1
emdRepUser
property in the emoms.properties file, 19.2.1.1
emdWalletSrcUrl
property in emd.properties, 19.1.1
em.notification.emails_per_minute
property in emoms.properties, 3.1.1
em.notification.os_cmd_timeout
property in emoms.properties, 3.2.1.1
emoms.properties, 10.3
emdRepPort, 19.2.1.1
emdRepPwd, 19.2.1.1
emdRepServer, 19.2.1.1
emdRepSID, 19.2.1.1
emdRepUser, 19.2.1.1
em.notification.emails_per_connection, 3.1.1
property in emoms.properties, 3.1.1
em.notification.emails_per_minute, 3.1.1
em.notification.os_cmd_timeout, 3.2.1.1
oracle.net.crypto_checksum_client, 2.4.9.2
oracle.net.crypto_checksum_types_client, 2.4.9.2
oracle.net.encryption_client, 2.4.9.2
oracle.net.encryption_types_client, 2.4.9.2
oracle.sysman.eml.mntr.emdRepPwd, 10.3
oracle.sysman.eml.mntr.emdRepPwdEncrypted, 10.3
oracle.sysman.emRep.dbConn.enableEncryption, 2.4.9.2
oracle.sysman.emSDK.sec.DirectoryAuthenticationType, 2.2.3
emwd watchdog script
in the AGENT_HOME/bin directory, 19.1.5
End-User Performance Monitoring
Web Server
Apache HTTP Server 2.0, 14.1, 14.1, 14.8, 14.8.1
Oracle Application Server Web Cache, 14.1, 14.1, 14.8.2
Oracle HTTP Server, 14.8, 14.8.1
Oracle HTTP Server Based on Apache 2.0, 14.1, 14.1, 14.8
OracleAS Web Cache, 14.8, 14.8
Enterprise Manager
blackouts, functionality of, 1.2.5
monitoring templates, 1.3
Enterprise Manager Console, picture of, 1.5
Enterprise Manager Framework Security
about, 2.4.1
configuring, 2.4
enabling for Management Repository, 2.4.9
enabling for multiple Management Services, 2.4.5
enabling for the Management Agent, 2.4.4
overview of steps required, 2.4.2
restricting HTTP access, 2.4.6
types of secure connections, 2.4.1
Extended Network, as substitute for Management Agent, 1.2
extending Enterprise Manager
benefits of, 15.1

F

figures
Availability History Report, 5.3, 8.2
Enterprise Manager Console, 1.5
Enterprise Manager Grid Control Console, 1.5
Group Administration Page, 5.2.3
Group Charts Page, 5.2.2
Group Dashboard, 5.2.5
Group Home Page, 5.2.1
Group Members Page, 5.2.4
Policy Trend Overview Page, 5.2.1
Summary of Target Jobs, 6.4
Warning Alert Metric Details, 1.5
Warning Alerts Page, 1.5

G

generating HTML reports, 8.2
Grid Control
architecture overview, 9.1
components, 9.1
console home page, 1.5
deploying on a single host, 17.2
sizing, 9.2, 9.2
starting, 7.6.1
starting all components of, 7.6.1
stopping, 7.6.2
stopping all components of, 7.6.2
Group Administration page, picture of, 5.2.3
Group Charts page, picture of, 5.2.2
Group Home page, picture of, 5.2.1
Group Members page, picture of, 5.2.4
groups
administrative tasks, 5.2.3
central monitoring location, 5.2.1
dashboard, 5.2.5
description and purpose, 5.1
management features, 5.2
member targets, 5.2.4
monitoring collective performance, 5.2.2
policy trends, 5.2.1
redundancy, 5.4
guidelines
for deploying the Management Repository, 10.1

H

Host Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3
HTTP access
restricting, 2.4.6
HTTP Server Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3
HTTPS, 2.4.1
Hyper-Threading, 9.2.4.1

I

IBM WebSphere
Oracle ecosystem and, 1.2.1
Information Publisher
Create Like function, 8.3
generating HTML reports, 8.2
overview of, 8
predefined report definitions, 8.2
predefined reports, 5.3
report definitions, 8.2
report elements, 8.3.3
reporting framework, 8
sharing reports, 8.5
viewing reports, 8.5
initialization parameter
adjusting when using multiple Management Services, 18.2
Installing a New Grid Control
installation type, 17.2
Internet Explorer
Certificate dialog box, 2.8.2.1, 2.8.3
security alert dialog box, 2.8.2.1
Security Information dialog box, 2.8.2.3
I/O Channels
monitoring, 9.2.4.6
istop
emctl command, 7.1.2

J

javax.net.ssl.SSLException
SSL handshake failed, 2.8.3
Job Activity page, 6.1
jobs
analyzing job activity, 6.4
definition of, 6.1
Job Activity page, 6.1
job executions, 6.1.1
job runs, 6.1.1
multitask, 6.3.4.1
notification rules for e-mail, 6.3.2
operations on runs and executions, 6.1.2
predefined tasks, 6.2.1
privileges for sharing job responsibilities, 6.2.3
purpose of, 6.1

L

Listener Availability
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3
load balancer switches
BIG-IP, Oracle ecosystem and, 1.2.1
Loader, 9.2.4.2
loader threads, 9.2.4.2
LVM (Logical Volume Manager), 10.1

M

Management Agent, 9.1, 9.2.1.1, 9.2.2
additional Management Agent commands, 7.7
checking the status on UNIX, 7.1.1
checking the status on Windows, 7.1.3
configuring trust points, 19.1.7
Critical URL Monitoring as substitute, 1.2
Extended Network as substitute, 1.2
purpose of, 1.2
reinstalling, 9.3.3.3
starting and stopping on UNIX, 7.1.1
starting and stopping on Windows, 7.1.2
Management Information Base (MIB), 3.9
definition, 3.9.1
MIB variable descriptions, 3.9.2
Management Plug-ins
extending Enterprise Manager with, 15
Management Repository
introduction of, 1.2.1
See Oracle Management Repository
Management Server, 9.2.4.1
Management Servers
adding, 9.2.4.5
Management Service, 9.1, 9.2.1.1
starting and stopping on Windows systems, 7.2.2
using a server load balancer, 18.3.4.1
managing
compliance, 13.2
groups, 5.2
policies, 13.2
master agent
Oracle Peer SNMP Master Agent service, 7.1.2
metric
baselines, 1.2.1.1.2
snapshots, 1.2.1.1.1
threshold value and alerts, 1.2.2
thresholds, 1.2.1.1
metric baselines
adaptive thresholds, 1.2.1.1.2
normalized views, 1.2.1.1.2
metrics
creating user-defined, 1.4
snapshots, 1.2.1.1.1
threshold values, 1.2.1
thresholds, 1.2.1.1
user-defined, creating, 1.4
user-defined, types of, 1.4
warning alert details page, 1.5
MGMT_ADMIN.DISABLE_METRIC_DELETION, 10.2.4
MGMT_ADMIN.ENABLE_METRIC_DELETION, 10.2.4
MGMT_METRICS_1DAY table, 10.2.3
MGMT_METRICS_1HOUR table, 10.2.3
MGMT_METRICS_RAW table, 10.2.3
MGMT_PARAMETERS table, 10.2.3
MGMT_RT_datatype_1DAY table, 10.2.3
MGMT_RT_datatype_1HOUR table, 10.2.3
MGMT_RT_datatype_DIST_1DAY table, 10.2.3
MGMT_RT_datatype_DIST_1HOUR table, 10.2.3
MGMT_RT_METRICS_RAW table, 10.2.3
MIB
See Management Information Base (MIB)
monitoring
alerts as they occur, 5.2.5
basics of, 1.2
information, accessing, 1.5
systems, 1
templates
function of, 1.3
monitoring credentials
defined, 7.7.2
example of setting, 7.7.2.2
setting, 7.7.2
setting in Grid Control, 7.7.2.1
setting with emctl, 7.7.2.2
monitoring script creation, 4.2.1
monitoring template, comparing, 1.3
monitoring templates, 4.4.3
multitask jobs, 6.3.4.1

N

NetApp Filers
Oracle ecosystem and, 1.2.1
Netscape Navigator
New Site Certificate dialog box, 2.8.2.2
network/admin, 2.4.9.1, 2.4.9.3, 2.4.9.4, 2.4.9.4
New Site Certificate dialog box
Netscape Navigator, 2.8.2.2
Notification Methods, 3.2
notification methods
based on a PL/SQL Procedure, 3.2.1.2
based on an SNMP trap, 3.2.1.3
based on operating system commands, 3.2.1.1
notification rules
definition, 3.1.2.3
out-of-box, 3.1.2.3
out-of-the-box notification rules, 3.1.2.1
subscribing to, 3.1.2.3
notification schedules, 3.1.2.1
notification system
e-mail errors, 3.10.4
notification system errors, 3.10.2
notification system, trace messages, 3.10.3
notifications
alerts, 1.2.3
assigning methods to rules, 3.6
assigning rules to methods, 3.7
customizing, 1.2.3.1
defining multiple mail servers, 3.1.1
for jobs, 6.3.2
long e-mail notifications, 3.1.2.1
mail server settings, 3.1.1
mail server settings in emoms.properties, 3.1.1
management information base (MIB), 3.9
methods, 1.2.3
notification method, 1.2.3
notification schedules, 3.1.2.1
sample Operating System command script, 3.2.1.1
setting up, 3.1
short email notifications, 3.1.2.1
using custom notfication methods, 3.2.1
Notifiction Rules
Custom, 3.1.2.3

O

OC4J Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3
operating system
user-defined metrics, 1.4
Operating System command
sample notification method for, 3.2.1.1
sample script, 3.2.1.1
Operating System scripts, 3.2, 3.2
while creating notification methods, 3.2.1
ORA-12645
Parameter does not exist, 2.4.9.1
Oracle
ecosystem, 1.2.1
Technology Network (OTN), 1.5
Oracle Advanced Security, 2.4.1, 2.4.9.1
enabling for Management Repository, 2.4.9.3
enabling for the Management Agent, 2.4.9.4
Oracle Application Server Web Cache
Web Cache Manager, 14.8.2.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager
components, 9.2.1.1
rollup process, 9.2.4.3
Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control
See Grid Control
Oracle Enterprise Manger
tuning, 9.2.4
Oracle Internet Directory, 2.2.2.3.1
Oracle Management Agent
changing the port, 19.1.3
controlling disk space used by, 19.1.4
enabling security for, 2.4.4, 2.4.9.4
reconfiguring to use a new Management Service, 19.1.1
starting and stopping, 7.1
Watchdog process, 19.1.5
Oracle Management Repository, 9.1
changing the Management Repository password, 19.2.1.2
configuring for high availability, 18.3.1
data retention policies, 10.2
deploying on a remote host, 18.1
deployment guidelines, 10.1
dropping, 10.4
enabling Oracle Advanced Security, 2.4.9.3
enabling security for, 2.4.9
identifying with a connect descriptor, 10.4.1, 10.4.2.2
recreating, 10.4, 10.4.2
reloading data, 7.7.1
restoring, 9.3.3.1
starting the Management Repository database, 7.6.1
troubleshooting, 10.5.3
uploading data, 7.7.1
Oracle Management Service, 9.3.3.2
adjusting the PROCESSES initialization parameter, 18.2
configuring to use a new Repository, 19.2.1
enabling security for, 2.4.3
enabling security for multiple Management Services, 2.4.5
modifying monitoring credentials, 7.7.2
reconfiguring, 19.2
restoring, 9.3.3.2
starting, stopping, and checking, 7.2
using multiple management services, 18.2
Oracle Process Management and Notification (OPMN)
using to start and stop the Management Service, 7.2.2
Oracle Technology Network (OTN), 14.8.2.4.1
ORACLE_HOME/network/admin, 2.4.9.1, 2.4.9.3
oracle.net.crypto_checksum_client
property in emoms.properties, 2.4.9.2
oracle.net.crypto_checksum_types_client
property in emoms.properties, 2.4.9.2
oracle.net.encryption_client
property in emoms.properties, 2.4.9.2
oracle.net.encryption_types_client
property in emoms.properties, 2.4.9.2
oracle.sysman.eml.mntr.emdRepPwd
property in emoms.properties, 10.3
oracle.sysman.eml.mntr.emdRepPwdEncrypted
property in emoms.properties, 10.3
oracle.sysman.emRep.dbConn.enableEncryption
entry in emoms.properties, 2.4.9.2
oracle.sysman.emSDK.sec.DirectoryAuthenticationType
property in emoms.properties, 2.2.3
OS scripts
See Operating System scripts
OTN (Oracle Technology Network), 14.8.2.4.1
OTN and documentation, 1.5
out-of-box
monitoring, 1.2.1
policies, 13.3.3
reports, 8.2

P

password
changing the Management Repository password, 19.2.1.2
changing the SYSMAN password, 10.3
peer encapsulator service
SNMP, 7.1.2
Performance Metrics
Beacon Aggregation Function
Average, 14.4.2, 14.4.2
Maximum, 14.4.2
Minimum, 14.4.2, 14.4.2
Sum, 14.4.2, 14.4.2
System Aggregation Function
Maximum, 14.4.2
planning outage periods, blackouts, 1.2.5
PL/SQL procedures, 3.2
sample, 3.2.1.2
while creating a notification method, 3.2.1.2
while creating notfication methods, 3.2.1
policies
assessing security policies, 13.2.3
corrective actions, defining, 13.3.4.1
customizing, 13.3.4
investigating violations, 13.2.2
managing, 13.2
out-of-box, 13.3.3
reports on violations, 13.2.5
using templates for monitoring, 13.3.4.2
violations reports, 13.2.5
policy group
Oracle database, 13.4.1
Oracle Listener, 13.4.3
RAC, 13.4.2
Policy Groups reports, 13.2.5
policy management, 13.2
Policy Trend Overview page, picture of, 5.2.1
Policy Violations reports, 13.2.5
ports
changing the Management Agent port, 19.1.3
default port for the Management Agent upload URL, 17.2
predefined
job tasks, 6.2.1
privileges
for corrective actions, 1.2.4
for sharing job responsibilities, 6.2.3
PROCESSES, 18.2
ProcessManager
service used to control the Management Service on Windows systems, 7.2.2
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), 2.4.1, 2.8.3
purging policies
See data retention policies

R

RAID-capable disk
Management Repository guideline, 10.1
Recovery, 9.3.1
redundancy groups, 5.4
Repeat Notifications, 3.1.1.1
Repeat Notifications for Rules, 3.1.1.1
RepManager script, 10.4.1, 10.4.2.1
reports
creating custom reports, 8.3.1
custom, 8.3
definitions, Information Publisher, 8.2
e-mailing, 8.4.3
generating HTML report, 8.2
Information Publisher, 8
out-of-box, Information Publisher, 8.2
policy violations, 13.2.5
predefined, 5.3
predefined definitions, 8.2
predefined report definitions, 8.2
report elements, 8.3.3
scheduling, 8.4, 8.4
sharing, 8.5, 8.5
storing and purging, 8.4.2
viewing, 8.5
Repository Operations Availability
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3
REPOSITORY_URL
property in emd.properties, 17.2, 18.1
property in the emd.properties file, 19.1.1
retroactive blackouts, 1.2.5
rollup process, 9.2.4.3
Root Cause Analysis
Mode
Automatic, 14.4.6
Manual, 14.4.6
root password
See also SYSMAN
when enabling security for the Management Service, 2.4.3

S

scheduled maintenance with blackouts, 1.2.5
scheduling
reports, 8.4
reports, flexibility, 8.4.1
script registration, UDM, 4.2.2
script results, returning, 4.2.1.2
security
about Enterprise Manager security, 2.1
overview of steps required to enable Enterprise Manager Framework Security, 2.4.2
policies and, 13.2.3
See also Enterprise Manager Framework Security
security alert dialog box
Internet Explorer, 2.8.2.1
Security At a Glance feature, policies and, 13.2.3
security certificate alerts
responding to, 2.8.2
security features
See Enterprise Manager Framework Security
Security Information dialog box
Internet Explorer, 2.8.2.3
self-monitoring
feature of the Management Agent, 19.1.5
Server Connection Hung
error while creating the repository, 10.5.2
Server Load Balancer, 2.4.8
server load balancer, 18.3.4.1
using with Management Services, 18.3.4.1
server-generated alerts, 1.1
Service Tests and Beacons
Tests
DNS, 14.4.5
FTP, 14.4.5
SOAP, 14.4.5
Web Transaction, 14.4.5
Services control panel
using to start and stop the Management Agent, 7.4.3
using to start the Management Service, 7.2.2
setting
metric threshold values, 1.2.1
sharing reports, 8.5, 8.5
snapshots of metrics, 1.2.1.1.1
SNMP
Oracle Peer SNMP Master Agent service, 7.1.2
Oracle SNMP Peer Encapsulator service, 7.1.2
SNMP traps, 3.2, 3.2.1, 3.2.1.3
sample, 3.2.1.3
SQL
user-defined metrics, 1.4
SQL UDM, character limit, 4.3.1.3
SQL UDM, long statements, 4.3.1.3
SQLNET.CRYPTO_SEED
entry in sqlnet.ora, 2.4.9.3, 2.4.9.4
SQLNET.ENCRYPTION_SERVER
entry in sqlnet.ora, 2.4.9.3
sqlnet.ora, 2.4.9.1, 2.4.9.1
SQLNET.CRYPTO_SEED, 2.4.9.3, 2.4.9.4
SQLNET.ENCRYPTION_SERVER, 2.4.9.3
state directory
in the Management Agent home, 19.1.1
Status Codes, Corrective Actions, 3.3.2, 3.4.1
support of third-party components, 1.1
SYSMAN
changing the SYSMAN password, 10.3
checking for existence of, 10.5.3
entering SYSMAN password when enabling security, 2.4.3
System Dashboard, picture of, 5.2.5
system errors, notification, 3.10.2
systems
monitoring, 1

T

target
definition of, 1.2
target monitoring credentials
defined, 7.7.2
example of setting, 7.7.2.2
setting, 7.7.2
setting in Grid Control, 7.7.2.1
targets
listing targets on a managed host, 7.7.3
templates, policies and, 13.3.4.2
third-party
components, support of, 1.1
thresholds, 9.2.2, 9.2.2
adaptive, 1.2.1.1.2
adaptive alert, 1.2.1.1.2
alerts and, 1.2.2
definition of, 1.2.1
for metrics, 1.2.1.1, 1.2.1.1
troubleshooting
general techniques while creating the Management Repository, 10.5.3
while creating the Management Repository, 10.5
Troubleshooting Service Tests, 14.14
Forms Transactions, 14.14.1
troubleshooting, notifications, 3.10
trust points
Management Agent Configuration, 19.1.7

U

upload directory
in the Management Agent home, 19.1.1, 19.1.4
UploadMaxBytesXML
property in the emd.properties file, 19.1.4
UploadMaxDiskUsedPct
property in the emd.properties file, 19.1.4
Usage Metrics
Aggregation Function
Average, 14.4.3, 14.4.4
Maximum, 14.4.3, 14.4.4
Minimum, 14.4.3, 14.4.4
Sum, 14.4.3, 14.4.4
user-defined
metrics, 1.4
metrics, creating, 1.4
User-defined metric page
Command Line, 4.2.2
Comparison Operator, 4.2.2, 4.3
Consecutive Occurrences Preceding Notification, 4.2.2, 4.3
Critical, 4.2.2, 4.3
Environment, 4.2.2
Metric Name, 4.2.2, 4.3
Metric Type, 4.2.2, 4.3
Operating System User Name and Password, 4.2.2
Response Action, 4.2.2, 4.3
Warning, 4.2.2, 4.3
User-defined metric page, Central Console, 4.2.2, 4.3
user-defined metric, example, 4.2.3
User-defined metrics, 4
user-defined metrics, 4.4.3

V

viewing
reports, 8.5

W

Warning Alert Metric Details page, picture of, 1.5
Warning Alerts page, picture of, 1.5
watchdog process
for the Management Agent, 19.1.5
Web Application
Source
Step, 14.4.2
Step Group, 14.4.2
Transaction, 14.4.2
Web Applications
monitoring over HTTPS, 2.8.3
Web Cache Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 3.1.2.3