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Oracle Fusion Middleware Administration Guide for Oracle Unified Directory 11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
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1.  Starting and Stopping the Server

2.  Configuring the Server Instance

3.  Configuring the Proxy Components

4.  Configuring Security Between Clients and Servers

5.  Configuring Security Between the Proxy and the Data Source

6.  Managing Oracle Unified Directory With Oracle Directory Services Manager

7.  Managing Directory Data

8.  Replicating Directory Data

9.  Controlling Access To Data

10.  Managing Users and Groups With dsconfig

11.  Managing Password Policies

12.  Managing Directory Schema

13.  Monitoring Oracle Unified Directory

Monitoring Overview

Configuring Monitor Providers

To View Monitor Providers

To Disable a Monitor Provider

Configuring Logs With the Log Publisher

Log Configuration Overview

Configuring Log Publishers

To List Existing Log Publishers

Logging Internal Operations

Configuring Log Retention Policies

To View the Log Retention Policies

To Create a Log Retention Policy

To Modify a Log Retention Policy

Configuring Log Rotation Policies

To View the Log Rotation Policies

To Create a Log Rotation Policy

To Set Log Rotation or Retention for a Specific Log File

Differences Between Logging in Oracle Unified Directory and Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition

Configuring Alerts and Account Status Notification Handlers

Managing Alert Handlers

To View All Configured Alert Handlers

To Enable an Alert Handler

To Configure an Alert Handler

Supported Alert Types

To Delete an Alert Handler

To Disable an Alert Type

Managing Account Status Notification Handlers

To View the Configured Account Status Notification Handlers

To Enable Account Status Notification Handlers

To Create a New Account Status Notification Handler

To Delete an Account Status Notification Handler

Monitoring the Server With LDAP

Viewing Monitoring Information Using the cn=monitor Entry

Monitored Attributes in the Oracle Unified Directory proxy

To View the Available Monitoring Information

To Monitor General-Purpose Server Information

To Monitor System Information

To Monitor Version Information

To Monitor the User Root Back End

To Monitor the Backup Back End

To Monitor the Tasks Back End

To Monitor the monitor Back End

To Monitor the Schema Back End

To Monitor the adminRoot Back End

To Monitor the ads-truststore Back End

To Monitor Client Connections

To Monitor the LDAP Connection Handler

To Monitor LDAP Connection Handler Statistics

To Monitor Connections on the LDAP Connection Handler

To Monitor the Administration Connector

To Monitor Administration Connector Statistics

To Monitor Connections on the Administration Connector

To Monitor the LDIF Connection Handler

To Monitor the Work Queue

To Monitor JVM Stack Trace Information

To Monitor the JVM Memory Usage

To Monitor the userRoot Database Environment

To Monitor the Entry Cache

To Monitor Network Groups

To Monitor Distributions

To Monitor Load Balancing

To Monitor Remote LDAP Servers

To Monitor a Global Index

To Monitor a Global Index Catalog

Monitoring Using the manage-tasks Command

Monitoring the Server With JConsole

To Configure JMX on a Server Instance

Starting JConsole

Accessing a Server Instance From JConsole

Viewing Monitoring Information With JConsole

Accessing Logs

To View the Access Logs

To View the Audit Logs

To View the Debug Logs

To View the Error Logs

To View the Replication Repair Logs

To View the server.out Logs

To View the vdp-setup Logs

Monitoring the Server With SNMP

Configuring the SNMP Connection Handler and Its Dependencies

To Configure SNMP in the Server

To View the SNMP Connection Handler Properties

To Access SNMP on a Server Instance

SNMP Security Configuration

SNMP Security Configuration: V1 and V2c

SNMP Security Configuration: V3

SNMP USM Configuration: V3

Monitoring a Replicated Topology

Monitoring Replication Status With dsreplication

Advanced Replication Monitoring

To Monitor the Topology and Its Connections

To Monitor Replication Latency

To Monitor Data Consistency

To Monitor Replication Security

To Monitor Replicated Updates

To Monitor Replication Conflicts

General Purpose Enterprise Monitoring Solutions

General UNIX Monitoring Tools

Solaris Monitoring Tools

HP-UX Monitoring Tools

14.  Tuning Performance

15.  Advanced Administration

Chapter 13

Monitoring Oracle Unified Directory

Oracle Unified Directory provides an extensible monitoring framework. The following sections provide an overview of the monitoring functionality, and describe how to configure monitoring:

When you have configured monitoring, you can view statistics on your server, or replicated topology, as described in the following sections: