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The Oracle Configuration Manager is used to collect and upload configuration information to the Oracle repository. This data is then used to provide better service to customers. In Oracle Solaris 10, the Auto Registration feature performs a similar function.
The Oracle Configuration Manager is run immediately after an installation, upon the first system reboot. This feature can be disabled prior to rebooting your system after an installation. See Using Oracle Configuration Manager in Installing Oracle Solaris 11 Systems. If you are installing Oracle Solaris 11 by using AI, see Opting Out of Oracle Configuration Manager in Installing Oracle Solaris 11 Systems for information about disabling the feature prior to an installation with AI.
For more information about installing and administering Oracle Configuration Manager, see the Oracle Configuration Manager Installation and Administration Guide at http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E23562_01/index.htm.