|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Oracle Process Manager and Notification Server Administrator's Guide
Release 11g (188.8.131.52.0)
Part Number E14007-02
This chapter describes the new features of Oracle Process Manager and Notification Server (OPMN) available in Oracle Fusion Middleware Release 11g (184.108.40.206.0).
This chapter includes the following topics:
ORACLE_HOME can support multiple instances, each with its own configuration and diagnostic directory tree (
ORACLE_INSTANCE). OPMN now operates from within an
There are two basic subdirectories within the
ORACLE_INSTANCE base directory:
/diagnostics/logs. Within each of these two directories each component has a specific directory tree with the format:
component name where
component type is either the OPMN
type value configured for the
ias-component or the
process-type id for the component, and
component name is the
id value configured for the
For example, the default Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) install log configuration directory would therefore be:
\config\OHS\ohs1 (Microsoft Windows)
component type is always OPMN and
component name is always
<There is OPMN support on the admin server, which runs as a remote WebLogic Server, and perhaps something should be added here about that.> See the document scoped notes for an overview and details about OPMN and WebLogic
In most Oracle Fusion Middleware installations an Oracle instance is associated with a Oracle WebLogic Server domain for management of system components using the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control Console (Fusion Middleware Control Console). In these deployments, OPMN is integrated with the WebLogic domain to provide remote management of system components.
Unlike prior releases of Oracle Fusion Middleware, OPMN not only manages system components in the local Oracle instance but it is also integrated with the WebLogic domain to provide remote system component management using either the Fusion Middleware Control Console and or the
WLST command line.
Note:For more information about Oracle Fusion Middleware management concepts refer to the Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide.