|Oracle® Light Weight Availability Collection Tool User's Guide
Release 3.3 for Oracle Solaris
Part Number E20940-01
|PDF · Mobi · ePub|
The Oracle Lightweight Availability Collection Tool is a standalone product that collects availability data. To collect this data, you install it on each Solaris operating system (OS) running on a host. Upon installation, the Oracle Lightweight Availability Collection Tool starts recording the system availability events, such as boot, panic, and halt. You can choose to transport these availability events back to Oracle through the Oracle Explorer Data Collector. This telemetric data is used by Oracle to track system availability and in turn helps improve Oracle products and services.
The Oracle Lightweight Availability Collection Tool User Guide is intended for users of the Oracle Lightweight Availability Data Collection Tool. This user guide contains description of the product and its modules, installation information, and provides some troubleshooting guidelines.
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