20 Using Management Repository Views

Enterprise Manager repository views are used to access information in the Management Repository for further processing and presentation.

This chapter contains the following sections:

20.1 Overview

The Enterprise Manager Management Repository views provide access to target, metric, and monitoring information stored in the Management Repository. Accessing the repository allows you to perform the following:

  • Obtain pertinent application-specific information at the right level of granularity and density for a wider variety of users: IT staff, executives, developers.

  • Send alerts for metric threshold violations.

  • Perform historical analysis or additional computation on stored data.

  • Integrate Enterprise Manager alerts seamlessly with user ticketing systems, such as iSupport and Remedy.

The Management Repository is the comprehensive source for all the management information for Enterprise Manager, with the key to extensibility being the repository's open schema. This open architecture enables users to customize how the information in the Management Repository is used if Enterprise Manager's standard configuration does not meet their requirements. To facilitate easy access to information stored in the Management Repository, Enterprise Manager supplies a comprehensive set of views rather than forcing the user to access repository base tables directly. Views buffer custom applications from any underlying changes to the repository schema and ensures up-stream applications will not break when the repository schema changes due to patching or new releases.

20.1.1 Using Repository Views

Note:

You must use the views that are documented in this guide and in the Extensibility Development Kit (EDK) only. Any other view that is not documented must not be used and backward compatibility for undocumented views and tables is not guaranteed.

Because the views are simple queries to a database, users can imbed these queries within any application code used to return information for further processing and display in the Enterprise Manager Cloud Control console.

As shown in Example 20-1, "View Usage", the Java code uses Enterprise Manager views to query the Management Repository rather than accessing the repository tables directly. For each of the four time windows, there are four SQL statements with questions marks ('?') as placeholders for the parameters.

See Also:

Section 20.31, "Examples" provides examples of how to use the Management Repository views.

Example 20-1 View Usage

public static final String hour_stmt = 

"SELECT collection_timestamp, value "+
"FROM mgmt$metric_details " +
"WHERE target_type = ? and target_name = ? and metric_name = ? and metric_column= ? " +
"and collection_timestamp > sysdate - 1/24 " +
"ORDER BY collection_timestamp ";

public static final String day_stmt =

"SELECT rollup_timestamp, average "+
"FROM mgmt$metric_hourly " +
"WHERE target_type = ? and target_name = ? and metric_name = ? and metric_column= ? " +

"and rollup_timestamp > sysdate - 1 " +
     "ORDER BY rollup_timestamp";

public static final String week_stmt =

"SELECT rollup_timestamp, average "+
"FROM mgmt$metric_daily " +
"WHERE target_type = ? and target_name = ? and metric_name = ? and metric_column= ? " +
"and rollup_timestamp > sysdate - 7 " +
"ORDER BY rollup_timestamp";

public static final String month_stmt =

"SELECT rollup_timestamp, average "+
"FROM mgmt$metric_daily " +
"WHERE target_type = ? and target_name = ? and metric_name = ? and metric_column= ? " +
"and rollup_timestamp > sysdate - 31 " +
"ORDER BY rollup_timestamp";

20.2 Application Deployment Views

This section provides a description of each application deployment view and its columns.

20.2.1 MGMT$J2EE_APPLICATION

The MGMT$J2EE_APPLICATION view displays general information about the Application configuration.

Table 20-1 MGMT$J2EE_APPLICATION

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: j2ee_application

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

PATH

The fully resolved location of the application source files on the administration server

LOADORDER

A number value that indicates when the unit is deployed, relative to other DeployableUnits on a server, during startup

TYPE

Type of the module. The string value must match those defined by JSR 88: Java EE Application Deployment such as EAR or WAR.


20.2.2 MGMT$J2EEAPP_EJBCOMPONENT

The MGMT$J2EEAPP_EJBCOMPONENT view displays general information about the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) modules.

Table 20-2 MGMT$J2EEAPP_EJBCOMPONENT

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: j2ee_application

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the EJB component

DEPLOYMENTORDER

Priority that the server uses when it deploys an item. The priority is relative to the other deployable items of same type.

KEEPGENERATED

Indicates whether KeepGenerated is enabled and whether EJB source files will be kept. Values: true, false.


20.2.3 MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWS

The MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWS view displays general information about the Java Required Files (JRF) Web Services configuration.

Table 20-3 MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWS

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: j2ee_application

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

SERVICENAME

Name of JRF web service

WEBMODULE

Name of web module that contains the JRF web service

JRFWEBSERVICEKEY

Key column computed as WebModuleName_WebServiceName where WebModuleName is the name of web module that contains the JRF web service and WebServiceName is the name of the JRF web service

DATABINDING

Data binding technology used by the web service port

EXPOSEWSDL

Specifies if the web service definition language (WSDL) is exposed for the service. Values: true, false.

METADATAEXCHANGE

Usage of WS-MetadataExchange for WSDL advertisement. Values: true, false

EXPOSETESTPAGE

Specifies whether the test page is exposed for the service. Values: true, false


20.2.4 MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSOPER

The MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSOPER view displays general information about the JRF Web Services Operation configuration.

Table 20-4 MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSOPER

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: j2ee_application

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

SERVICENAME

Name of the JRF web service

WEBMODULE

Name of the web module that contains the JRF web service

PORTNAME

Name of the JRF web service port

OPERATIONNAME

Name of the JRF web service port operation

SOAPACTION

SOAP action

ONEWAY

Indicates whether the operation is one-way. Values: true, false

INPUTENCODING

Operation input encoding

OUTPUTENCODING

Operation output encoding


20.2.5 MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSPOLICY

The MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSPOLICY view displays general information about the JRF Web Services Policy configuration.

Table 20-5 MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSPOLICY

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: j2ee_application

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

SERVICENAME

Name of the JRF web service

WEBMODULE

Name of the web module that contains the JRF web service

PORTNAME

Name of the JRF web service port

URI

Policy reference URI

CATEGORY

Category of the WS-Policy Reference. For example, security.

ENABLED

Specifies whether the policy references are enabled. Values: true, false.


20.2.6 MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSPORT

The MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSPORT view displays general information about the JRF web services port configuration.

Table 20-6 MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSPORT

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: j2ee_application

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

SERVICENAME

Name of the JRF web service

WEBMODULE

Name of web module that contains the JRF web service

PORTNAME

Name of the JRF web service port

AVAILABLE

Indicates if a port is available.

Possible Values:

  • True

  • False

RESTSUPPORTED

Indicates whether the port supports REST.

Possible Values:

  • True

  • False

LOGGINGLEVEL

The logging level for the web service port

MAXREQUESTSIZE

Largest size of message in bytes the port can accept

STYLE

SOAP binding style

SOAPVERSION

Version of the SOAP protocol the port supports

STATEFUL

Indicates if the port is stateful.

Possible Values:

  • True

  • False

IMPLEMENTORTYPE

Implementor type of this port, such as JAXWS or JAXRPC

TRANSPORTS

Transports from which the web service port is available

ENDPOINTADDRESSURI

The sub-context of the HTTP URL of the web service port exposing an EJB(2.1)

POLICYSUBJECTNAME

The name of the policy subject

POLICYSUBJECTRESOURCEPATTERN

The resource pattern of the policy subject

POLICYATTACHMENTSUPPORT

Determines the class of the supported policies

POLICYSUBJECTTYPE

The type of the policy subject

LEGACYCONFIG

Indicates whether the port has legacy management configuration.

Possible values:

  • True

  • False

IMPLEMENTORCLASS

The name of the user-provided class that implements the web service port

WSDLURI

The URI to the port WSDL definition

SCHEMAVALIDATEINPUT

Optional validation of input against WSDL schema.

Possible values:

  • True

  • False

ASYNC

Specifies if async is available.

Possible values:

  • True

  • False

ASYNCJNDIDESTRESPONSE

JMS queue name for saving responses

ASYNCJNDIDEST

JMS queue name for saving asynchronous requests

ASYNCCONNFACTRESPONSE

JMS connection factory name for saving responses

ASYNCCONNFACT

JMS connection factory name for saving asynchronous requests


20.2.7 MGMT$J2EEAPP_WEBAPPCOMPONENT

The MGMT$J2EEAPP_WEBAPPCOMPONENT view displays general information about the web modules.

Table 20-7 MGMT$J2EEAPP_WEBAPPCOMPONENT

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: j2ee_application

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the web module

DEPLOYMENTORDER

A priority that the server uses to determine when it deploys an item. The priority is relative to other deployable items of the same type

CONTEXTPATH

Context path

SESSIONTIMEOUTSECS

Session timeout in seconds


20.2.8 MGMT$J2EEAPP_WSCONFIG

The MGMT$J2EEAPP_WSCONFIG view displays general information about the Web Service configuration.

Table 20-8 MGMT$J2EEAPP_WSCONFIG

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: j2ee_application

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

SERVICENAME

Name of the web service

NAMEINWSDL

The "name" attribute of the "service" element in the WSDL that describes the Web service. It is specified at development time using the serviceName attribute of the @WebService JWS annotation

IMPLEMENTATIONTYPE

Implementation type of the service. The allowed values are: JAX-WS 2.0 JAX-RPC 1.1

URI

URI of this Web Service. The value corresponds to the final part of the endpoint address in the WSDL that describes the Web services


20.2.9 MGMT$J2EEAPP_WSPORTCONFIG

The MGMT$J2EEAPP_WSPORTCONFIG view displays general information about the Web Services Port configuration.

Table 20-9 MGMT$J2EEAPP_WSPORTCONFIG

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: j2ee_application

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

SERVICENAME

The "name" attribute of the "service" element in the WSDL that describes the Web service. It is specified at development time using the serviceName attribute of the @WebService JWS annotation.

PORTNAME

Name of the web service port

TRANSPORTPROTOCOL

Transport protocol used to invoke this web service, such as HTTP, HTTPS, or JMS


20.3 Blackout Views

This section provides a description about each blackout view and its columns. Blackouts permit you to suspend monitoring on one or more targets in order to perform maintenance operations.

For examples of how to use these views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.3.1 MGMT$BLACKOUT_HISTORY

The MGMT$BLACKOUT_HISTORY view displays a historical log of changes in the blackout state for a managed target. In addition, the view can be used to generate a list of targets that were in a blackout period for a specific period of time.

Table 20-10 MGMT$BLACKOUT_HISTORY

Column Description

BLACKOUT_NAME

The name of the blackout

CREATED_BY

The Enterprise Manager administrator who created the blackout

BLACKOUT_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the blackout

START_TIME

Start of the blackout period for the managed target

END_TIME

End of the blackout period for the managed target. If the target is currently in a blackout period, the END_ TIMESTAMP date will be NULL.

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

Types of targets may include databases, hosts, web servers, applications, or Application Servers. The definer of the collection definition at the Management Agent defines the target type. The target type defines the set of metrics that are collected for a managed target within the Management Repository.

STATUS

Current status of the blackout

Status Values:

  • 0: Scheduled

  • 1: Start Processing

  • 2: Start Partial

  • 4: Started

  • 5: Stop Pending

  • 6: Stop Failed

  • 7: Stop Partial

  • 8: Edit Failed

  • 9: Edit Partial

  • 10: Stopped

  • 11: Ended

  • 12: Partial Blackout

  • 13: Modify Pending


Usage Notes

Queries using this view will use an index if they reference the target_name, target_ type, start_timestamp, or end_timestamp.

Typically, blackout history information retrieved using this view will be ordered by target_name, target_type, and start_timestamp.

20.3.2 MGMT$BLACKOUTS

The MGMT$BLACKOUTS view displays all blackout definition information along with current schedules.

Table 20-11 MGMT$BLACKOUTS

Column Description

BLACKOUT_NAME

The name of the blackout

BLACKOUT_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) of the blackout

REASON

Purpose of the blackout. Reasons are chosen from a predefined list by the report owner

DESCRIPTION

Detailed information about the blackout

STATUS

Current status of the blackout

Status Values:

  • 0: Scheduled

  • 1: Start Processing

  • 2: Start Partial

  • 4: Started

  • 5: Stop Pending

  • 6: Stop Failed

  • 7: Stop Partial

  • 8: Edit Failed

  • 9: Edit Partial

  • 10: Stopped

  • 11: Ended

  • 12: Partial Blackout

  • 13: Modify Pending

CREATED_BY

Administrator who created the blackout. CREATED_BY returns SYSTEM as the blackout owner if the blackout was created using the Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface.

LAST_START_TIME

Last time the blackout successfully started

LAST_END_TIME

Last time the blackout successfully ended

SCHEDULED_TIME

Possible values are:

  • 0 - Immediate schedule

  • 1 - Run once at specified time

  • 2 - Run on interval

  • 3 - Run daily

  • 4 - Run on specified days of the week

  • 5 - Run on specified days of the month

  • 6 - Run on specified days of the year

SCHEDULE_START_TIME

Time the blackout is scheduled to start.

SCHEDULE_END_TIME

Time the blackout is scheduled to end

DURATION

Duration of the blackout in minutes


20.4 Chargeback Views

This section provides a description of each Chargeback view and its columns.

20.4.1 MGMT$EMCT_CBA_CHARGE_HOURLY

This view provides hour aggregated metering and charge data. The configuration metrics and fixed charge metrics are at day aggregation level.

Table 20-12 MGMT$EMCT_CBA_CHARGE_HOURLY

Column Description

CONSUMER_NAME

Represents the internal cost center name to which the currently being charged target was assigned.

CONSUMER_DISPLAY_NAME

Represents the display name of cost center to which the currently being charged target was assigned.

COLLECTION_DATE

Represents the UTC date at which the charge item value was collected.

YEAR

Represents the year to which the collection date belongs.

MONTH_OF_YEAR

Represents the month of the year to which the collection date belongs.

DAY_OF_MONTH

Represents the day of the month to which the collection date belongs.

WEEK_OF_YEAR

Represents the week of the year to which the collection date belongs.

QUARTER_OF_YEAR

Represents the quarter of the year to which the current collection date belongs.

DAY_DATE

Represents the day date to which the current collection date belongs.

HOUR_OF_DAY

Represents the hour within the day to which the current collection date belongs.

TYPE_NAME

Represents the target type display name of the target that is being charged.

TARGET_NAME

Represents the internal name of the target that is being charged.

TARGET_DISPLAY_NAME

Represents display name of the target that is being charged.

HOST_NAME

Represents the host on which the currently being charged target is deployed.

ITEM

Represents the display name of the charge item for the charge being computed.

UNIT

Represents display name of the charge item unit for the charge being computed

CATEGORY

Represents the charge item category for the charge being computed. Posibble values are

  • Instance

  • Service

  • CPU

  • Memory

  • Disk/Storage

  • Network

  • Software

  • Activity

  • Instance Uptime

  • Unclassified

USAGE_VALUE

Represents the usage value of the charge item. This column has a value if the charge item is a "number" data type. If the charge item aggregation type is "sum", then it will represent the sum value of the item within that hour. If the charge item aggregation type is "avg" then it represents the average value within that hour.

STRING_VALUE

Represents the string value of the charge item. This column has a value if the charge item has a "string" data type.

CHARGE_PLAN

Represents the name of the charge plan used to calculate the charge.

CHARGE_PLAN_CONFIG

Represents plan configuration within the charge plan used to calculate the charge.

RATE_TYPE

Represents the rate type of the charge item:

  • Config

    The charge item that is being charged was charged based on configuration.

  • Usage

    The charge item that is being charged was charged based on usage.

  • Flat

    The charge item that is being charged based on flat rate

RATE

Represents the charge rate expression defined in the charge plan configuration for the charge item that is being charged. If the charge item that is being charged is of universal item type, then this column represents the factor value with universal item defined rate.

CHARGE

Represents the computed charge value of the charge item that is being charged.

CHARGE_ADJUSTMENT

Represents the applicable charge adjustment value for the charge item that is being charged.

ADJUSTED_CHARGE

Represents the final charge value of the charge item that is being charged, after charge adjustments are taken into consideration.

UPTIME

Represents uptime (Hours) in the day of the target that is being charged. For "metric" items this value is null.


20.4.2 MGMT$EMCT_CBA_CHARGE_DAILY

This view provides day aggregated charge data

Table 20-13 MGMT$EMCT_CBA_CHARGE_DAILY

Column Description

CONSUMER_NAME

Represents the internal cost center name to which the currently being charged target was assigned.

CONSUMER_DISPLAY_NAME

Represents the display name of cost center to which the currently being charged target was assigned.

COLLECTION_DATE

Represents the UTC date at which the charge item value was collected.

YEAR

Represents the year to which the collection date belongs.

MONTH_OF_YEAR

Represents the month of year to which the collection date belongs.

DAY_OF_MONTH

Represents the day of month to which the collection date belongs.

WEEK_OF_YEAR

Represents the week of year to which the collection date belongs.

QUARTER_OF_YEAR

Represents the quarter of year to which the current collection date belongs.

DAY_DATE

Represents the day date to which the current collection date belongs.

TYPE_NAME

Represents the target type display name of the target that is being charged.

TARGET_NAME

Represents the internal name of the target that is being charged.

TARGET_DISPLAY_NAME

Represents display name of the target that is being charged.

HOST_NAME

Represents the host on which the currently being charged target is deployed.

ITEM

Represents the display name of the charge item for the charge being computed in the charge computing target.

UNIT

Represents the display name of the charge item unit for the charge being computed.

CATEGORY

Represents the charge item category for the charge being computed. Posibble values are

  • Instance

  • Service

  • CPU

  • Memory

  • Disk/Storage

  • Network

  • Software

  • Activity

  • Instance Uptime

  • Unclassified

USAGE_VALUE

Represents the usage value of the charge item. This column has a value if the charge item has a "number" data type. If the charge item aggregation type is "sum", then it will represent the sum value of the item within that day. If the charge item aggregation type is "avg" then it represents average value within that day.

STRING_VALUE

Represents the string value of the charge item. This column has a value if the charge item has a "string" data type.

CHARGE_PLAN

Represents the name of the charge plan used to calculate the charge.

CHARGE_PLAN_CONFIG

Represents the plan configuration within the charge plan used to calculate the charge.

RATE_TYPE

Represents the rate type of the charge item

  • Config

    The charge item that is being charged was charged based on the "Per Unit" basis.

  • Usage

    The charge item that is being charged was charged based on usage.

  • Flat

    The charge item that is being charged was based on a flat rate.

RATE

Represents charge rate expression defined in the charge plan configuration for the charge item that is being charged. If the charge item that is being charged is of universal item type, then this column represents the factor value with universal item defined rate.

CHARGE

Represents the computed charge value of the charge item that is being charged.

CHARGE_ADJUSTMENT

Represents the applicable charge adjustment value for the charge item that is being charged.

ADJUSTED_CHARGE

Represents final charge value of the charge item that is being charged, after charge adjustments are taken into consideration.

UPTIME

Represents uptime (Hours) in the day of the target that is being charged. For "metric" items this value is null


20.5 Compliance Views

This section provides a description of each compliance view and its columns. Compliance is the conformance to standards, or requirements, or both. Enterprise Manager Compliance Management provides the ability to evaluate the compliance of targets and systems as they relate to business best practices for configuration, security, and storage. This is accomplished by defining, customizing, and managing compliance frameworks, compliance standards, and compliance standard rules. In addition, it provides advice of how to change configuration to bring your targets and systems into compliance.

For examples of how to use these views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.5.1 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_RULE

The MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_RULE view contains the lists of all the compliance standard rules. A compliance standard rule is a test to determine if a configuration data change affects compliance. A compliance standard rule is mapped to one or more compliance standards.

Table 20-14 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_RULE

Column Description

RULE_NAME

Display name in English

DESCRIPTION

Description of the rule in English

TARGET_TYPE

Applicable target type of rule

REFERENCE_URL

Not used in this release

RATIONALE

Explains the importance of this rule, and the consequences of noncompliance

FIXTEXT

Explains the steps to bring the target into compliance with respect to this rule

WARNING

Cautionary or caveat note about this rule

RULE_TYPE

Type of rule.

Possible values:

  • Repository

  • Agent

  • Monitoring

MESSAGE

Message recorded for new violation

CLEAR_MESSAGE

Message recorded for clear violation

SEVERITY

The severity of the rule

Possible values:

  • Minor Warning

  • Warning

  • Critical

LIFECYCLE_STATE

Lifecycle status of the rule

Possible values:

  • Development

  • Production

  • Draft

AUTHOR

Author of the rule

OWNER

Owner of the rule

IS_SYSTEM

Specifies whether the rule is system defined

Possible values

  • False

  • True

RULE_DNAME_NLSID

NLSID of the rule display name for non-English users

DESCRIPTION_NLSID

NLSID of the rule description for non-English users

RATIONALE_NLSID

NLSID of the rule impact for non-English users

FIXTEXT_NLSID

NLSID of the rule recommendation for non-English users

WARNING_NLSID

NLSID of the rule warning for non-English users

RULE_TYPE_CODE

Code to represent the type of compliance standard rule.

Possible values:

  • 1: Repository

  • 2: Agent

  • 3: Monitoring

SEVERITY_CODE

Code to represent the severity of the compliance standard rule.

Possible values:

  • 18: Minor Warning

  • 20: Warning

  • 25: Critical

LIFECYCLE_STATE_CODE

Code to represent the status of the lifecycle of the compliance standard rule.

Possible values:

  • 1: Development

  • 2: Production

  • 3: Draft

IS_SYSTEM_CODE

Code to represent whether the compliance standard rule is system defined.

Possible values:

  • 0: False

  • 1: True


20.5.2 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD

The MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD view contains the lists of all compliance standards. A compliance standard is a collection of checks or rules. It is the Enterprise Manager representation of a compliance control that must be tested against some set of IT infrastructure to determine if the control is being followed.

Table 20-15 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD

Column Description

CS_NAME

Display name in English

TARGET_TYPE

Applicable target type of the compliance standard

AUTHOR

Author of the compliance standard

OWNER

Owner of the compliance standard

VERSION

Version of the compliance standard

KEYWORDS

Keywords associated with the compliance standard

LIFECYCLE_STATUS

Lifecycle status of the compliance standard

Possible values:

  • Development

  • Production

AUTO_ENABLE

Specifies whether the compliance standard should be associated with applicable target automatically

Possible values:

  • False

  • True

DESCRIPTION

Description of the compliance standard in English

REFERENCE_URL

Not used in this release

FRONT_MATTER

Introductory text of the compliance standard

REAR_MATTER

Concluding text of the compliance standard

NOTICE

Legal notice or copyright text about compliance standard

IS_SYSTEM

Specifies whether the compliance standard is system defined

Possible values:

  • False

  • True

CS_DNAME_NLSID

NLSID of the standard display name for non-English users

LIFECYCLE_STATE_CODE

Code representing the status of the compliance standard lifecycle.

Possible values:

  • 1: Development

  • 2: Production

AUTO_ENABLE_CODE

Code representing whether the compliance standard should be automatically associated with an applicable target.

Possible values:

  • 0: False

  • 1: True

DESCRIPTION_NLSID

NLSID of the compliance standard description for non-English users

NOTICE_NLSID

NLSID of the legal notice or copyright text about the compliance standard for non-English users

IS_SYSTEM_CODE

Code representing whether the compliance standard is system defined.

Possible values:

  • 0: False

  • 1: True

CS_TYPE

Type of compliance standard

CS_TYPE_CODE

Code representing the type of compliance standard.

Possible values:

  • 1: Repository

  • 2: WebLogic server signature

  • 3: Real-time monitoring


20.5.3 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_GROUP

The MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_GROUP view contains the lists of the compliance standard groups.

Table 20-16 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_GROUP

Column Description

CSG_NAME

The display name in English

AUTHOR

Author of the compliance standard group

OWNER

Owner of the compliance standard group

VERSION

The version of the compliance standard group

LIFECYCLE_STATUS

Lifecycle status of the compliance standard group

Possible values:

  • Development

  • Production

DESCRIPTION

Description of the compliance standard group in English

REFERENCE_URL

Not used in this release

FRONT_MATTER

Introductory text of the compliance standard group

REAR_MATTER

Concluding text of the compliance standard group

NOTICE

Legal notice or copyright text about the compliance standard group

IS_SYSTEM

Specifies whether the compliance standard group is system defined

Possible values:

  • False

  • True

CSG_DNAME_NLSID

NLSID of the compliance standard group display name for non-English users

LIFECYCLE_STATE_CODE

Code representing the status of the compliance standard group lifecycle.

Possible values:

  • 1: Development

  • 2: Production

DESCRIPTION_NLSID

NLSID of the compliance standard group description for non-English users

NOTICE_NLSID

NLSID of the legal notice or copyright text about the compliance standard group for non-English users

IS_SYSTEM_CODE

Coderepresenting whether the compliance standard group is system defined.

Possible values:

  • 0: False

  • 1: True


20.5.4 MGMT$CS_EVAL_SUMMARY

The MGMT$CS_EVAL_SUMMARY view contains the lists of all the root compliance standard scores.

Table 20-17 MGMT$CS_EVAL_SUMMARY

Column Description

CS_GUID

Unique identifier of compliance standard

Note: You can obtain this value from the MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD view.

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of target

CS_NAME

Internal name of the compliance standard

CS_INAME

English display nameof the compliance standard

CS_AUTHOR

Author of the compliance standard

CS_VERSION

Version of the compliance standard

TARGET_NAME

Target name

TARGET_TYPE

Target type

COMPLIANT_RULES

Number of compliant rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target

CRITICAL_RULES

Number of critical rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target

WARN_RULES

Number of warning rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target

MWARN_RULES

Number of minor warning rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target

NON_COMPLIANT_RULES

Number of noncompliant rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target

ERROR_RULES

Number of error rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target

UNKNOWN_RULES

Number of unknown rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target

CRIT_VIOLATIONS

Total critical violations raised by compliance standard

WARN_VIOLATIONS

Total warning violations raised by compliance standard

MWARN_VIOLATIONS

Total minor warning violations raised by compliance standard

TOTAL_VIOLATIONS

Total violations raised by compliance standard

COMPLIANCE_SCORE_LEVEL

Specifies the compliance score level

Possible values:

  • Compliant

  • Critical

  • Warning

LAST_EVALUATION_DATE

Last score evaluation date

COMPLIANCE_SCORE

Compliance score of standard

IS_SCORE_VALID

Specifies whether the compliance score is valid.

CS_TYPE

The type of compliance standard

Possible values:

  • Repository

  • WebLogic Server Signature

  • Real-time Monitoring

CS_DNAME_NLSID

NLSID of the standard display name for non-English users

COMPLIANCE_SCORE_LEVEL_CODE

Represents compliance score level

Possible values:

  • 0: Compliant

  • 1: Critical

  • 2: Warning

IS_SCORE_VALID_CODE

Represents whether the compliance score is valid

Possible values:

  • 0: False

  • 1: True

CS_TYPE_CODE

Represents the type of compliance standard

Possible values:

  • 1: Repository

  • 2: WebLogic Server Signature

  • 3: Real-time monitoring


20.5.5 MGMT$COMPOSITE_CS_EVAL_SUMMARY

The MGMT$COMPOSITE_CS_EVAL_SUMMARY view contains the list of all the compliance standard scores. Each row in the MGMT$COMPOSITE_CS_EVAL_SUMMARY view represents the results for a top level compliance standard or top level target, and an included compliance standard or member target.

When you include a compliance standard within another top level compliance standard, the included standard must be of the same target type as the top level compliance standard. If the top level compliance standard is a composite target type, then the included standard can be one of the member target types of the composite target type.

Note:

A root compliance standard is associated to a root target (of composite target type). Compliance standards are associated to member targets of the same applicable target type and target filter criteria.

Table 20-18 MGMT$COMPOSITE_CS_EVAL_SUMMARY

Column Description

ROOT_CS_GUID

Unique identifier of the root compliance standard

Note: You can obtain this from the MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD view.

RQS_GUID

Unique identifier of compliance standard within root compliance standard context

CS_GUID

Unique identifier of compliance standard

Note: You can obtain this from the MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD view.

ROOT_TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of root target

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of target

ROOT_CS_NAME

Internal name of root compliance standard

ROOT_CS_INAME

English display name of root compliance standard

ROOT_CS_AUTHOR

Author of root compliance standard

ROOT_CS_VERSION

Version of root compliance standard

CS_NAME

Internal name of compliance standard

CS_INAME

Display name in English

CS_AUTHOR

Author of standard

CS_VERSION

Version of standard

ROOT_TARGET_NAME

Root target name

ROOT_TARGET_TYPE

Root target type

TARGET_NAME

Target name

TARGET_TYPE

Target type

COMPLIANT_RULES

Number of compliant rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target or member target

CRITICAL_RULES

Number of critical rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target or member target

WARN_RULES

Number of warning rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target or member target

MWARN_RULES

Number of minor warning rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target or member target

NON_COMPLIANT_RULES

Number of noncompliant rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target or member target

ERROR_RULES

Number of error rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target or member target

UNKNOWN_RULES

Number of unknown rules in the compliance standard hierarchy for that target or member target

CRIT_VIOLATIONS

Total critical violations raised by compliance standard

WARN_VIOLATIONS

Total warning violations raised by compliance standard

MWARN_VIOLATIONS

Total minor warning violations raised by compliance standard

TOTAL_VIOLATIONS

Total violations raised by compliance standard

SUPPRESSED_CRIT

Number of suppressed critical violations

SUPPRESSED_WARN

Number of suppressed warning violations

SUPPRESSED_MWARN

Number of suppressed minor warning violations

COMPLIANCE_SCORE_LEVEL

Compliance score level

Possible values:

  • Compliant

  • Critical

  • Warning

LAST_EVALUATION_DATE

Last evaluation date

COMPLIANCE_SCORE

Compliance score of standard

ROOT_CS_NAME_NLSID

NLSID of the name of the root compliance standard for non-English users

CS_NAME_NLSID

NLSID of the name of the compliance standard for non-English users

COMPLIANCE_SCORE_LEVEL_CODE

Code representing the compliance score level.

Possible values:

  • 0: Compliant

  • 1: Critical

  • 2: Warning

IS_SCORE_VALID_CODE

Code representing whether the compliance score is valid.

Possible values:

  • 0: False

  • 1: True


20.5.6 MGMT$CS_RULE_EVAL_SUMMARY

The MGMT$CS_RULE_EVAL_SUMMARY view contains the lists of all the compliance rule scores for the target.

Table 20-19 MGMT$CS_RULE_EVAL_SUMMARY

Column Description

ROOT_CS_GUID

Unique identifier of the root compliance standard

Note: You can obtain this from the MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD view.

RQS_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule within root compliance standard context

RULE_GUID

Unique identifier of the compliance rule

Note: You can obtain this from the MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_RULE view.

ROOT_TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the root target

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the target

ROOT_CS_NAME

Internal name of the root compliance standard

ROOT_CS_INAME

Display name of the root compliance standard in English

ROOT_CS_AUTHOR

Author of the root compliance standard

ROOT_CS_VERSION

Version of the root compliance standard

PARENT_CS_NAME

Internal name of the parent compliance standard

PARENT_CS_INAME

Display name of the parent compliance standard in English

PARENT_CS_AUTHOR

Author of the standard of parent compliance standard

PARENT_CS_VERSION

Version of the parent compliance standard

RULE_NAME

Display name of the rule in English

RULE_INAME

Internal name of the rule

ROOT_TARGET_NAME

Root target name

ROOT_TARGET_TYPE

Root target type

TARGET_NAME

Target name

TARGET_TYPE

Target type

TOTAL_VIOLATIONS

Total violations raised by the compliance rule within the compliance standard context

LAST_EVALUATION_DATE

Last evaluation date

COMPLIANCE_SCORE

Compliance score of the rule with respect to compliance standard context

IS_SCORE_VALID

Specifies whether the compliance score is valid

ROOT_CS_NAME_NLSID

NLSID of the name of the root compliance standard for non-English users

PARENT_CS_NAME_NLSID

NLSID of the name of the parent compliance standard for non-English users

IS_SCORE_VALID_CODE

Code representing whether the compliance score is valid.

Possible values:

  • 0: False

  • 1: True


20.5.7 MGMT$CS_GROUP_EVAL_SUMMARY

The MGMT$CS_GROUP_EVAL_SUMMARY view contains the lists of all the compliance standard group scores.

Table 20-20 MGMT$CS_GROUP_EVAL_SUMMARY

Column Description

CSG_GUID

Unique identifier of compliance standard group

Note: You can obtain this from the MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_GROUP view.

CSG_NAME

Internal name of compliance standard group

CSG_INAME

Display name in English

CSG_VERSION

Version of compliance standard group

CRITICAL_EVALUATIONS

Number of critical evaluations

WARNING_EVALUATIONS

Number of warning evaluations

COMPLIANT_EVALUATIONS

Number of compliant evaluations

CRITICAL_VIOLATIONS

Total critical violations

WARN_VIOLATIONS

Total warning violations

MWARN_VIOLATIONS

Total minor warning violations

COMPLIANCE_SCORE

Compliance score of compliance standard group


20.5.8 MGMT$CS_TARGET_ASSOC

The MGMT$CS_TARGET_ASSOC view contains the lists all the root compliance standard and target associations.

Table 20-21 MGMT$CS_TARGET_ASSOC

Column Description

CS_GUID

Unique identifier of compliance standard

Note: You can obtain this from the MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD view.

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of target

CS_NAME

Internal name of compliance standard

CS_INAME

Display name in English

CS_AUTHOR

Author of the standard

CS_VERSION

Version of the standard

TARGET_NAME

Target name

TARGET_TYPE

Target type

CRIT_THRESHOLD

Critical threshold value

WARN_THRESHOLD

Warning threshold value

STATUS

Status of the association

Possible values:

  • Enabled

  • Disabled

CS_DNAME_NLSID

NLSID of the standard display name for non-English users

STATUS_CODE

Code representing the status of the association.

Possible values:

  • 1: Enabled

  • 2: Disabled

  • 3: Pending Enable

  • 4: Pending Disable


20.5.9 MGMT$CSR_CURRENT_VIOLATION

The MGMT$CSR_CURRENT_VIOLATION view contains the active violations of all compliance rules.

Table 20-22 MGMT$CSR_CURRENT_VIOLATION

Column Description

ROOT_CS_GUID

Unique GUID of the root compliance standard

RQS_GUID

Unique GUID of rule inclusion within the root compliance standard

RULE_GUID

Unique GUID of the rule

ROOT_TARGET_GUID

Unique GUID of the root target

TARGET_GUID

Unique GUID of the target

POLICY_GUID

Unique GUID of the policy (repository rule)

KEY_VALUE

The key value of the violation

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The timestamp when the violation occurred

VIOLATION_GUID

Unique GUID identifying the violation

VIOLATION_LEVEL

Specifies the priority level of the violation

Possible values:

  • 18: Minor warning

  • 20: Warning

  • 25: Critical

RULE_TYPE

Specifies the type of compliance rule being violated

Possible values:

  • 1: Repository rule

  • 2: Guardian rule

  • 3: Compliance real-time rule

ANNOTATED_FLAG

Not used in this release

MESSAGE

Violation message of the rule

MESSAGE_NLSID

NLSID of the violation message of the rule

MESSAGE_PARAMS

Violation message parameters

ACTION_MESSAGE_NLSID

Not used in this release

ACTION_MESSAGE_PARAMS

Not used in this release


20.5.10 MGMT$CSR_VIOLATION_CONTEXT

The MGMT$CSR_VIOLATION_CONTEXT view contains the violation context, that is extra columns defined in the rule to be collected for a violation

Table 20-23 MGMT$CSR_VIOLATION_CONTEXT

Column Description

VIOLATION_GUID

Unique GUID identifying the violation

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

Timestamp at which the violation occurred

COLUMN_NAME

The name of the column of the violation context

COLUMN_TYPE

Type of the column name

Possible values:

  • 1: Numeric

  • 2: String

COLUMN_VALUE

Specifies the numeric value of the column

Note: Applies only when COLUMN_TYPE is set to 1

COLUMN_STR_VALUE

Specifies the string value of the column

Note: Applies only when COLUMN_TYPE is set to 2


20.5.11 MGMT$ICS_TARGET_ASSOC

The MGMT$ICS_TARGET_ASSOC view contains association details of all the included (nested) compliance included standards and targets. If you have nested standards within a top level root standard, then use this view to view the association status of the nested standards.

Table 20-24 MGMT$ICS_TARGET_ASSOC

Column Description

ROOT_CS_GUID

Unique GUID of the root compliance standard.

RQS_GUID

Unique GUID of the root compliance standard within root compliance standard context.

CS_GUID

Unique GUID of the compliance standard.

Note: You can obtain this from the MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD view.

ROOT_TARGET_GUID

Unique GUID of the root target.

TARGET_GUID

Unique GUID of the target.

CS_DNAME

Standard display name of the compliance standard in English.

CS_NAME

Internal name of the compliance standard.

CS_INAME

English display name of the compliance standard.

CS_AUTHOR

Author of the compliance standard.

CS_VERSION

Version of the compliance standard.

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target for which results are returned.

TARGET_TYPE

Target type.

OBJECT_TYPE

Specifies the type of object.

Possible values:

  • 1: target type

    object_type =1 returns target_type level association status for an included compliance standard.

  • 2: target instance

    object_type =2 returns target instance level association status for an included compliance standard.

REASON

Specifies the reason for the association status change.

CRIT_THRESHOLD

Specifies the critical threshold value.

WARN_THRESHOLD

Specifies the warning threshold value.

STATUS

Specifies the status of the association.

CS_DNAME_NLSID

NLSID of the standard display name for non-English users.

STATUS_CODE

Code representing the status of the association.

Possible values:

  • 1: Enabled

  • 2: Disabled

  • 3: Pending Enable

  • 4: Pending Disable


20.5.12 MGMT$EM_RULE_VIOL_CTXT_DEF

The MGMT$EM_RULE_VIOL_CTXT_DEF view stores the violation context definition of compliance standard rules. Each row stores one violation column definition of a compliance standard rule.

Table 20-25 MGMT$EM_RULE_VIOL_CTXT_DEF

Column Description

RULE_GUID

Unique GUID of the compliance standard rule

COLUMN_INAME

Internal name of the column

COLUMN_DNAME

Display name of the column

COLUMN_DNAME_NLSID

The NLSID of the display name of the column

COLUMN_TYPE

Data type of the column.

Possible values:

  • 1: Number

  • 2: String

COLUMN_POSITION

Position of the column within the violation context definition

IS_KEY

Specifies whether the column is a key column (1=key column)

IS_HIDDEN

Specifies whether to show or hide the violation column when viewing the violation in the rule violations UI.

Possible values:

  • 0: Show

  • 1: Hide

LINK_TEMPLATE

Not used in the current release

LINK_ENCODE

Not used in the current release

IS_LINK_EM_PAGE

Not used in the current release


20.5.13 MGMT$RULE_KEYWORD

The MGMT$RULE_KEYWORD view stores the keyword list for each rule.

Table 20-26 MGMT$RULE_KEYWORD

Column Description

RULE_GUID

Unique GUID of the rule

KEYWORD_NAME

Keyword name

KEYWORD_NAME_NLSID

NLSID of the name of the keyword list

IS_SYSTEM

Specifies whether it is a system-defined or a user-defined key word.


20.5.14 MGMT$CS_KEYWORD

The MGMT$CS_KEYWORD view stores the keyword list for each compliance standard.

Table 20-27 MGMT$CS_KEYWORD

Column Description

CS_GUID

Unique GUID of the compliance standard

KEYWORD_NAME

Keyword name

KEYWORD_NAME_NLSID

NLSID of the name of the keyword list

IS_SYSTEM

Specifies whether it is a system-defined or a user-defined key word.


20.5.15 MGMT$CS_GROUP_KEYWORD

The MGMT$CS_GROUP_KEYWORD view stores the keyword list for each standard group.

Table 20-28 MGMT$CS_GROUP_KEYWORD

Column Description

CSG_GUID

Unique GUID of the standard group

KEYWORD_NAME

Keyword name

KEYWORD_NAME_NLSID

NLSID of the name of the keyword list

IS_SYSTEM

Specifies whether it is a system-defined or a user-defined key word.


20.5.16 MGMT$CS_RULE_ATTRS

The MGMT$CS_RULE_ATTRS view contains the lists of all the compliance rules attributes.

Table 20-29 MGMT$CS_RULE_ATTRS

Column Description

RULE_GUID

Unique identifier of the compliance rule.

RULE_INAME

Internal name of the compliance rule.

RULE_DNAME

English display name.

DESCRIPTION

English description of the compliance rule.

TARGET_TYPE

Applicable target type of the compliance rule.

REFERENCE_URL

Reference URL.

RATIONALE

Explains the importance of this compliance rule and the consequences of noncompliance.

FIXTEXT

Explains the necessary steps to bring the target into compliance with respect to this rule.

WARNING

Cautionary or caveat note about this rule

CHECK_GUID

Internal unique identifier.

MESSAGE

Message recorded for new violation.

CLEAR_MESSAGE

Message recorded for clear violation.

SEVERITY

Severity of the compliance rule.

VERSION

Version of the compliance rule.

LIFECYCLE_STATE

Lifecycle status of the compliance rule.

AUTHOR

Author of the compliance rule.

OWNER

Owner of the compliance rule.

LAST_UPDATED_DATE

Timestamp of the last edit to the compliance rule.

LAST_UPDATED_BY

User who edited rule.

EVAL_ALWAYS

Flag to suggest evaluation roll-up mandatory.

TABLE_NAMES

Table names for the compliance rule.

RULE_DNAME_NLSID

Rule display name NLSID for nonEnglish users.

DESCRIPTION_NLSID

Rule description NLSID for nonEnglish users.

RATIONALE_NLSID

Rule impact NLSID for nonEnglish users.

FIXTEXT_NLSID

Rule recommendation NLSID for nonEnglish users.

WARNING_NLSID

Rule warning NLSID for nonEnglish users.

MESSAGE_NLSID

Rule message NLSID for nonEnglish users.

CLEAR_MESSAGE_NLSID

Rule clear message NLSID for nonEnglish users.

RULE_TYPE

Code to represent the type of rule.

Possible values:

  • 1: Repository

  • 2: Agent

  • 3: Monitoring

IS_SYSTEM

Code to represent whether the rule is system defined.

Possible values:

  • 0 - False

  • 1 - True


20.5.17 MGMT$CS_HIERARCHY

The MGMT$CS_HIERARCHY view contains all the standard hierarchy metadata.

Table 20-30 MGMT$CS_HIERARCHY

Column Description

PARENT_GUID

Unique identifier of the parent. It can refer to the compliance standard or the rule folder GUID.

PARENT_TYPE_NAME

The name of the parent type.

Possible values:

  • null parent

  • compliance standard

  • rulefolder

PARENT_TYPE

The parent type.

Possible values:

  • =0: null parent

  • =1: compliance standard

  • =2: rulefolder

CHILD_GUID

Unique identifier of the child. This can refer to the compliance standard, rule folder, or rule GUID

CHILD_TYPE_NAME

The name of the child type.

Possible values:

  • =1: compliance standard

  • =2: rulefolder

  • =3: rule

CHILD_TYPE

The child type.

Possible value:

  • =1: compliance standard

  • =2: rulefolder

  • =3: rule

CHILD_POSITION

Position of the child with respect to immediate peer nodes.

IMPORTANCE_LEVEL_NAME

Name of the importance level:

Possible values:

  • high

  • normal

  • low

IMPORTANCE_LEVEL

Importance level.

Possible values:

  • =1: high

  • =2: normal

  • =3: low


20.5.18 MGMT$CS_RQS_HIERARCHY

The MGMT$CS_RQS_HIERARCHY view contains standard runtime hierarchy metadata. Note that the primary key is PARENT_RQS_GUID, PARENT_GUID, CHILD_RQS_GUID, CHILD_GUID.

Table 20-31 MGMT$CS_RQS_HIERARCHY

Column Description

ROOT_CS_GUID

Unique identifier of the root compliance standard.

PARENT_RQS_GUID

Unique identifier of the parent with respect to the inclusion within the root compliance standard.

PARENT_GUID

Unique identifier of the parent.

PARENT_TYPE

The parent type.

Possible values:

  • =0: null

  • =1: compliance standard

  • =2: rulefolder

CHILD_RQS_GUID

Unique identifier of the child with respect to the inclusion within the root compliance standard.

CHILD_GUID

Unique identifier of the child.

CHILD_TYPE_NAME

The name of the child type.

Possible values:

  • =1: compliance standard

  • =2: rulefolder

  • =3: rule

CHILD_TYPE

The child type.

Possible value:

  • =1: compliance standard

  • =2: rulefolder

  • =3: rule

CHILD_POSITION

Position of the child with respect to immediate peer nodes.


20.5.19 MGMT$CS_RULEFOLDER

The MGMT$CS_RULEFOLDER view contains all rule folder metadata.

Table 20-32 MGMT$CS_RULEFOLDER

Column Description

RULEFOLDER_GUID

Unique identifier of the compliance standard rule folder.

CS_GUID

Unique identifier of the compliance standard to which the rule folder belongs.

RULEFOLDER_INAME

Internal name of rule folder

RULEFOLDER_DNAME

Display name of rule folder

DESCRIPTION

Description of rule folder

REFERENCE_URL

Reference URL

RULEFOLDER_DNAME_NLSID

NLSID of the rule folder display name

DESCRIPTION_NLSID

NLSID of the description name


20.5.20 MGMT$CSG_HIERARCHY

The MGMT$CSG_HIERARCHY view contains compliance standard group hierarchy metadata.

Table 20-33 MGMT$CSG_HIERARCHY

Column Description

PARENT_GUID

Unique identifier of the parent.This can refer to either the compliance group or the compliance subgroup GUID.

PARENT_TYPE_NAME

The name of the parent type.

Possible values:

  • parent

  • compliance group

  • subgroup

PARENT_TYPE

The parent type.

Possible values:

  • =0: null parent

  • =4: compliance group

  • =5: subgroup

CHILD_GUID

Unique identifier of the child. This can refer to compliance standard or subgroup.

CHILD_TYPE_NAME

Description of the rule folder

CHILD_TYPE

The child type.

Possible values:

  • =1: compliance standard

  • =2: rulefolder

  • =3: rule

CHILD_POSITION

Position of the child with respect to immediate peer nodes

IMPORTANCE_LEVEL

Importance level.

Possible values:

  • =1: high

  • =2: normal

  • =3: low


20.5.21 MGMT$CSG_SUBGROUP

The MGMT$CSG_SUBGROUP view contains the em_csg_subgroup attributes.

Table 20-34 MGMT$CSG_SUBGROUP

Column Description

SUBGROUP_GUID

Unique identifier of the subgroup.

CSG_GUID

Unique identifier of compliance standard group.

Note: You can obtain this from the MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_GROUP view.

SUBGROUP_INAME

Internal name of the subgroup

SUBGROUP_DNAME

Display name of the subgroup

DESCRIPTION

Description of the subgroup

REFERENCE_URL

Reference URL.

SUBGROUP_DNAME_NLSID

NLSID of the subgroup display name

DESCRIPTION_NLSID

NLSID of the subgroup description


20.5.22 MGMT$CSR_TARGET_ASSOC

This MGMT$CSR_TARGET_ASSOC view contains rule and target association settings information.

Table 20-35 MGMT$CSR_TARGET_ASSOC

Column Description

SUBGROUP_GUID

Unique identifier of the subgroup.

RQS_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule inclusion within the root compliance standard.

RULE_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule

ROOT_TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the root target

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the target

IMPORTANCE

Importance of this association link within a compliance standard hierarchy

OBJECT_TYPE_NAME

Name of the object type

OBJECT_TYPE

Object type

Possible values:

  • =1: target type

  • =2: target

EDIT_VERSION

This version number is increased by 1 after each edit. Used for concurrency control.

CRITICAL_EDIT_VERSION

This version number is increased by 1 after each critical edit. Used for concurrency control

REASON

Reason for enabling or disabling the association

STATUS_NAME

Status name

Possible values:

  • enabled

  • disabled

  • pending enable

  • pending disable

  • failed

  • system disabled

STATUS

Status value

Possible values:

  • =1: enabled

  • =2: disabled

  • =3: pending enable

  • =4: pending disable

  • =5: failed

  • =6: system disabled

STATUS_CODE_NAME

Status code name

Possible values:

  • user

  • system

STATUS_CODE

Status code value

Possible values:

  • =1: user

  • =2: system


20.5.23 MGMT$CSRF_TARGET_ASSOC

This MGMT$CSRF_TARGET_ASSOC view contains rule folder and target association settings information.

Table 20-36 MGMT$CSRF_TARGET_ASSOC

Column Description

ROOT_CS_GUID

Unique identifier of the compliance standard rule folder

RQS_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule folder inclusion within the root compliance standard

RULEFOLDER_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule folder

ROOT_TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the root target

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the target

IMPORTANCE

Importance of this association link within a compliance standard hierarchy

OBJECT_TYPE_NAME

Name of the object type

OBJECT_TYPE

Object type

Possible values:

  • =1: target type

  • =2: target

EDIT_VERSION

This version number is increased by 1 after each edit. Used for concurrency control.

CRITICAL_EDIT_VERSION

This version number is increased by 1 after each critical edit. Used for concurrency control

REASON

Reason for enabling or disabling the association

STATUS_NAME

Status name

Possible values:

  • Enabled

  • Disabled

  • Pending enable

  • Pending disable

  • Failed

  • System disabled

STATUS

Status value

Possible values:

  • =1: enabled

  • =2: disabled

  • =3: pending enable

  • =4: pending disable

  • =5: failed

  • =6: system disabled

STATUS_CODE_NAME

Status code name

Possible values:

  • user

  • system

STATUS_CODE

Status code value

Possible values:

  • =1: user

  • =2: system

IS_CUSTOMIZED_LABEL

Label for specifying customization

Possible values:

  • =1: yes

  • =0: no

IS_CUSTOMIZED

Specifies if there is customization

Possible values:

  • =1: yes

  • =0: no


20.5.24 MGMT$REPO_RULE_CHK_DETAILS

This MGMT$REPO_RULE_CHK_DETAILS view contains the rule check details.

Table 20-37 MGMT$REPO_RULE_CHK_DETAILS

Column Description

RULE_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule

SOURCE

Source for the rule

CONDITION

Condition for the rule

CONDITION_TYPE_NAME

Name of the condition type

Possible values:

  • Simple

  • SQL Expression

CONDITION_OP_NAME

Condition operator for the condition


20.5.25 MGMT$REPOSITORY_RULE_BIND_VARS

This MGMT$REPOSITORY_RULE_BIND_VARS view contains the bind variables for the compliance rule.

Table 20-38 MGMT$REPOSITORY_RULE_BIND_VARS

Column Description

RULE_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule for which the bind variable is defined

BIND_COLUMN_NAME

Name of the bind variable to be bound

BIND_COLUMN_TYPE

Type of the bind variable to be bound


20.5.26 MGMT$REPOSITORY_RULE_PARAMS

This MGMT$REPOSITORY_RULE_PARAMS view contains the rule parameters.

Table 20-39 MGMT$REPOSITORY_RULE_PARAMS

Column Description

RULE_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule for which the parameter is defined

PARAM_NAME

Name of the policy parameter

PARAM_NAME_NLSID

NLSID of the policy parameter

PARAM_TYPE

Type of the policy parameter


20.5.27 MGMT$CS_TGT_ASSOC_TXF_REQ

This MGMT$CS_TGT_ASSOC_TXF_REQ view contains the request summary to transfer the compliance association or metadata to the Management Agent.

Table 20-40 MGMT$CS_TGT_ASSOC_TXF_REQ

Column Description

ROOT_TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the root target

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the target

ROOT_CS_GUID

Unique identifier of the root compliance standard

RQS_GUID

Unique identifier of the compliance standard inclusion within the root compliance standard

CS_GUID

Unique identifier of the compliance standard

CREATION_TS

Timestamp of the creation

STATUS

Status of the transfer

Possible values:

  • 0: Pending

  • 1: Successfully done

  • 2: Failed

SYNC_ID

Sync ID corresponding to the association. This is required for the status update of the template collections.

IN_PROCESS

For rows with status pending, this column indicates if the row is being processed currently

Possible values:

  • 0: Processing in progress

  • 1: Processing done

SEQ

Note: This column is for internal use only.

Column sequence number. Contains the unique sequence ID of the row. Used to maintain identity across job restarts for Management Agent standards.


20.5.28 MGMT$EM_CS_RULE_EVENT_ERROR

This MGMT$EM_CS_RULE_EVENT_ERROR view stores the error stack when publishing errors for compliance standards or rules.

Table 20-41 MGMT$EM_CS_RULE_EVENT_ERROR

Column Description

ROOT_CS_GUID

Unique identifier of the root compliance standard

CS_GUID

Unique identifier of the compliance standard

RULE_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule

RQS_GUID

Unique identifier of the rule folder inclusion within the root compliance standard

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the target

ROOT_TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the root target

VIOLATION_GUID

Unique identifier of the violation

ERROR_MSG

Error message

ERROR_STACK

Error stack trace

ERROR_TIME

Timestamp of the event error


20.6 Compliance Real-time Monitoring Views

This section provides a description of each compliance real-time monitoring view and its columns.

For examples of how to use these views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.6.1 MGMT$CCC_ALL_OBS_BUNDLES

The MGMT$CCC_ALL_OBS_BUNDLES view returns a summary of all observation bundles. Any query against this view should ensure that filtering is done on appropriate fields with bundle_start_time being the first to take advantage of partitions.

Table 20-42 MGMT$CCC_ALL_OBS_BUNDLES

Column Description

BUNDLE_ID

The bundle to which this observation belongs based on the rule bundle settings

TARGET

Target against which this observation was found

TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target

RULE_NAME

Name of the real-time Monitoring Compliance Standard Rule

ENTITY_TYPE

Entity type of the entity that had an action against it

USER_PERFORMING_ACTION

Name of the user that performed the action

BUNDLE_IN_VIOLATION

Boolean value if the bundle is in violation currently. This means at least one observation in the bundle is unauthorized. True means bundle is in violation

BUNDLE_START_TIME

Date of the first observation in this bundle

BUNDLE_CLOSE_TIME

Date when this bundle was closed

BUNDLE_CLOSE_REASON

Explanation of why this bundle was closed

DISTINCT_OBS_COUNT

Total number of observations in this bundle

AUTHORIZED_OBS_COUNT

Number of observations in this bundle that are currently authorized

UNAUTHORIZED_OBS_COUNT

Number of observations in this bundle that are currently unauthorized

UNAUTH_CLEARED_OBS_COUNT

Number of observations in this bundle that are currently cleared (at one point they were unauthorized)

UNAUDITED_OBS_COUNT

Number of observations in this bundle that are currently unaudited. They have not been evaluated manually or with Change Management integration to determine audit status


20.6.2 MGMT$CCC_ALL_OBSERVATIONS

The MGMT$CCC_ALL_OBSERVATIONS view returns all observations that have occurred. Any query against this view should ensure that filtering is done on appropriate fields with action_time being the first to take advantage of partitions.

Table 20-43 MGMT$CCC_ALL_OBSERVATIONS

Column Description

OBSERVATION_ID

Unique ID given to the observation when detected by the agent

BUNDLE_ID

Bundle this observation belongs to based on rule bundle settings

TARGET

Target this observation was found against

TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target

ENTITY_TYPE

Entity type of the entity that had an action against it

ACTION

Action that was observed

ACTION_TIME

Time the action occurred

USER_TYPE

Type of user that performed the action (that is, OS user versus DB user)

USER_PERFORMING_ACTION

Name of the user that performed the action

ORIGINAL_USER_NAME

Previous user name in the case of a SU/SUDO action (only applicable to some entity types)

AFFECTED_ENTITY_NAME

Name of the entity that was affected by this action (file name, and so on)

AFFECTED_ENTITY_PREVIOUS_NAME

Name of the entity prior to the action. For example, for file rename actions, this would be the old file name.

SOURCE_HOST_IP

Source IP of a connection when an action comes from another host (only applicable to some entity types)

ACTION_PROCESS_ID

Process ID of the process that performed the action (only applicable to some entity types)

ACTION_PROCESS_NAME

Name of the process that performed the action (only applicable to some entity types)

ACTION_PARENT_PROCESS_ID

Process ID of the parent process of the process that performed the action (only applicable to some entity types)

ACTION_PARENT_PROCESS_NAME

Name of the parent process of the process that performed the action (only applicable to some entity types)

ENTITY_PREVIOUS_VALUE

Previous value of the entity (only applicable to some entity types)

ENTITY_NEW_VALUE

New value of the entity (only applicable to some entity types)

FILE_ENTITY_PREVIOUS_MD5_HASH

Previous MD5 hash value of the entity (only applicable to some entity types)

FILE_ENTITY_NEW_MD5_HASH

New MD5 hash value of the entity (only applicable to some entity types)

AUDIT_STATUS

Current audit status of the observation (unaudited, authorized, unauthorized, and so on)

AUDIT_STATUS_SET_DATE

Date the most recent audit status was set

AUDIT_STATUS_SET_BY_USER

User who set the most recent audit status


20.6.3 MGMT$CCC_ALL_VIOLATIONS

The MGMT$CCC_ALL_VIOLATIONS view returns all real-time monitoring violations caused by an observation bundle having at least one unauthorized observation in it.

Table 20-44 MGMT$CCC_ALL_VIOLATIONS

Column Description

RULE_TYPE

Type of rule

Possible values:

  • Repository

  • WebLogic Server Signature

  • Real-time Monitoring

SEVERITY

Severity level of the rule

  • Info

  • Warning

  • Critical

ENTITY_TYPE

Entity type of the observation bundle and all observations inside that bundle

TARGET_TYPE

Target type of the observation bundle and all observations inside that bundle

RULE_NAME

Name of the rule that this violation is against

COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_NAME

Name of the compliance standard that this violation is against.

TARGET

Name of the target that this violation is against.

BUNDLE_ID

Internal ID of the obervation bundle that is in violation. This observation bundle has one or more unauthorized observations in it

BUNDLE_START_TIME

Time that the observation bundle started

BUNDLE_CLOSE_TIME

Time that the observation bundle closed

USER_NAME

User name that performed the actions in this bundle

AUTHORIZED_OBS_COUNT

Number of authorized observations in the observation bundle involved in this violation

UNAUTHORIZED_OBS_COUNT

Number of unauthorized observations in the observation bundle involved in this violation.

UNAUTH_CLEARED_OBS_COUNT

Number of unauthorized-cleared observations in the observation bundle involved in this violation

ROOT_CS_ID

Root compliance standard ID. This is used for the internal representation of the violation context.

RQS_ID

Runtime compliance standard ID. This is used for the internal representation of the violation context

RULE_ID

Internal ID of the rule with the violation.

TARGET_ID

Internal ID of the target with the violation.

ROOT_TARGET_ID

Internal ID of the target hierarchy.


20.6.4 MGMT$COMPLIANT_TARGETS

The MGMT$COMPLIANT_TARGETS view returns all evaluation and violation details for all targets. This is the same data that is shown in the Compliance Summary dashboard regions for targets.

Table 20-45 MGMT$COMPLIANT_TARGETS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target

TARGET_TYPE

Target type of the target

CRIT_EVALS

Number of critical-level evaluations

WARN_EVALS

Number of warning-level evaluations

COMPLIANT_EVALS

Number of compliant evaluations

CRIT_VIOLATIONS

Number of critical-level violations

WARN_VIOLATIONS

Number of warning-level violations

MWARN_VIOLATIONS

Number of minor warning-level violations

COMPLIANCE_SCORE

Current compliance score for the target

TARGET_ID

Internal representation of the target

TARTGET_TYPE_INAME

Internal representation of the target type


20.6.5 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_SUMMARY

The MGMT$COMPLIANCE_SUMMARY view returns all evaluation and violation details for compliance standards and frameworks. This is the same data that is shown in the Compliance Summary dashboard regions for compliance standards and frameworks.

Table 20-46 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_SUMMARY

Column Description

ELEMENT_TYPE

Type of element (compliance standard, compliance framework)

ELEMENT_NAME

Display name of the compliance standard or compliance framework

CRIT_EVALS

Number of critical-level evaluations

WARN_EVALS

Number of warning-level evaluations

COMPLIANT_EVALS

Number of compliant evaluations

CRIT_VIOLATIONS

Number of critical-level violations

WARN_VIOLATIONS

Number of warning-level violations

MWARN_VIOLATIONS

Number of minor warning-level violations

COMPLIANCE_SCORE

Current compliance score for the compliance standard or framework

NON_COMPLIANT_SCORE

Current non-compliant score for the compliance standard or framework

AUTHOR

Author of the compliance standard or framework

VERSION

Version of the compliance standard or framework

ELEMENT_ID

Internal ID of the compliance standard or compliance framework

FRAMEWORK_ID

Internal ID of the compliance framework

ELEMENT_INAME

Internal representation of the compliance standard or framework


20.6.6 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_TREND

The MGMT$COMPLIANCE_TREND view returns the last 31 days compliance trend information for compliance frameworks and standards. This is the same data that is shown in the Compliance Summary dashboard trend regions for compliance standards and frameworks.

Table 20-47 MGMT$COMPLIANCE_TREND

Column Description

ELEMENT_TYPE

Type of element (compliance standard, compliance framework)

ELEMENT_ID

Internal ID representation of the compliance standard or framework

ELEMENT_NAME

Display name of the compliance standard or compliance framework

FRAMEWORK_ID

Internal ID representation of the compliance framework

AVG_COMPLIANCE_SCORE

Average compliance score over the last 31 days

DAILY_AVG_VIOLATIONS

Average number of violations per day over the last 31 days

SNAPSHOT_TS

The snapshot time stamp

TOTAL_EVALS

Total evaluations over the last 31 days

ELEMENT_INAME

Internal representation of the compliance standard or framework


20.7 Configuration Management Views

This section provides a description of each configuration management view and its columns.

20.7.1 MGMT$CSA_COLLECTIONS

The MGMT$CSA_COLLECTIONS view displays top-level information about all client configurations.

Table 20-48 MGMT$CSA_COLLECTIONS

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

CSACLIENT

The display name plus the custom keys, if they exist

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was collected from the client

NET_IP

The actual IP address of the client

NET_EFFECTIVE_IP

The client IP address seen by the server

COLLECTION_MESSAGE

Error message generated while applet was running

OS_USER_NAME

The client's OS user name

HOSTNAME

The client's host name

DOMAIN

The client's domain

BOOT_DISK_VOLUME_SERIAL_NUM

The client's boot disk volume serial number

COMPLIANCE

The overall compliance score for the client (15=passed, 18=info, 20=warning, 25=critical)

APPID

The collection tag for this client configuration

NET_SUBNET

The client's subnet mask

NET_LATENCY_IN_MS

The client's HTTP response time with the server

NET_BANDWIDTH_IN_KBITPS

The client's download bandwidth from the server

BROWSER_TYPE

The name of the browser used to run CSA

BROWSER_VERSION

The version of the browser used to run CSA

BROWSER

A summary column that combines the browser name and version

BROWSER_JVM_VENDOR

The version of the JVM used to run the applet

BROWSER_JVM_VERSION

The version of the JVM used to run the applet

BROWSER_PROXY_SERVER

The proxy server used by the browser

BROWSER_PROXY_EXCEPTIONS

The client's browser proxy exceptions

BROWSER_CACHE_SIZE_IN_MB

The client browser's disk cache size

BROWSER_CACHE_UPATE_FRQ

The browser's cache update policy

BROWSER_HTTP1_1_SUPPORT

Whether or not the browser supports HTTP 1.1

REFERRING_URL_HEADER

The URL from which the user came to CSA, minus the query string

REFERRING_URL_PARAMS

The query string of the URL from which the user came to CSA

REFURL

The complete URL from which the user came to CSA

CSA_URL_HEADER

The URL from which the user ran CSA, minus the query string

CSA_URL_PARAMS

The query string of the URL from which the user ran CSA

CSAURL

The complete URL from which the user ran CSA

DESTINAION_URL_HEADER

The destination URL, minus the query string

DESTINATION_URL_PARAMS

The query string of the destination URL

DESTURL

The complete destination URL

CONNECTION_TYPE

The estimated connection type, based on the download bandwidth (1=LAN, 2=cable, 3=dialup)

IS_WINDOWS_ADMIN

Whether or not the os user is a Windows administrator

WINDOWS_DOMAIN

The Windows domain of the host

BROWSER_PROXY_ENABLED

Whether or not the proxy server is enabled in the browser

AUTO_CONFIG_URL

The URL of the proxy auto-configuration script used by the browser

NUMBER_OF_COOKIES

The number of cookies collected by CSA

NUMBER_OF_CUSTOM_VALUES

The number of custom properties collected by CSA

HARDWARE

A summary of the system configuration, machine architecture, memory, disk space, and CPU

HARDWARE_VENDOR_NAME

The name of the hardware vendor, such as Dell

SYSTEM_CONFIG

The client's system configuration

MACHINE_ARCHITECTURE

The client's machine architecture

BUS_FREQ_IN_MHZ

The frequency of the motherboard's Front Side Bus (FSB)

MEMORY_SIZE_IN_MB

The total amount of physical memory

AVAIL_MEMORY_SIZE_IN_MB

The amount of available physical memory when CSA was run

LOCAL_DISK_SPACE_IN_GB

The total amount of disk space

AVAIL_LOCAL_DISK_SPACE_IN_GB

The available disk space

CPU_COUNT

The number of CPUs

SYSTEM_SERIAL_NUMBER

The host's serial number

MIN_CPU_SPEED_IN_MHZ

The minimum possible CPU speed

MAX_CPU_SPEED_IN_MHZ

The maximum possible CPU speed

CPU

The CPU vendor, implementation, and frequency

CPU_BOARD_COUNT

The number of CPU boards

IOCARD_COUNT

The number of IO cards

NIC_COUNT

The number of NICs

FAN_COUNT

The number of fans

POWER_SUPPLY_COUNT

The number of power supplies

SYSTEM_BIOS

The system BIOS

OPERATINGSYSTEM

A summary of the OS name, version, update level, address length, and distributor version

OS_NAME

The OS name

OS_VENDOR_NAME

The OS vendor name

OS_BASE_VERSION

The OS base version

OS_UPDATE_LEVEL

The OS update level

OS_DISTRIBUTOR_VERSION

The OS distributor version

MAX_SWAP_SPACE_IN_MB

The maximum amount of swap space

OS_ADDRESS_LENGTH_IN_BITS

The OS address length in bits

MAX_PROCESS_VIRTUAL_MEMORY

The maximum amount of virtual memory that can be allocated to a process

TIMEZONE

The time zone as reported in the registry

TIMEZONE_REGION

The time zone region as reported by the JVM

TIMEZONE_DELTA

The offset in minutes from GMT

NUMBER_OF_OS_PROPERTIES

The number of OS properties found

NUMBER_OF_OS_PATCHES

The number of OS patches found

NUMBER_OF_OS_FILESYSTEMS

The number of file systems found

NUMBER_OF_OS_REGISTERED_SW

The number of OS-registered software products found

SNAPSHOT_ID

The GUID of this configuration

TARGET_ID

The GUID of the collector target

INTERNAL_TARGET_NAME

The internal name of the client configuration

INTERNAL_TARGET_TYPE

oracle_csa_client

COLLECTION_DURATION

The amount of time it took to run CSA

LOADED_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was loaded into the repository

APPLET_VERSION

The version of the applet

TARGET_ID_METHOD

not used

CUSTOM_CLASS

The name of the custom class (if any)

CUSTOM_CLASS_VERSION

not used

KEY1

Custom key 1(optional)

KEY2

Custom key 2 (optional)

KEY3

Custom key 3 (optional)

PROXY_TARGET_NAME

The name of the collector target

PROXY_TARGET_DISPLAY_NAME

The display name of the collector target

PROXY_TARGET_ID

The GUID of the collector target

RULES_COUNT

The total number of rules evaluated (including rules with status of NA)

RULES_NA_COUNT

The number of rules that were not applicable

RULES_PASSED_COUNT

The number of rules that passed

RULES_INFO_COUNT

The number of rules that failed with status info

RULES_WARNING_COUNT

The number of rules that failed with status warning

RULES_CRITICAL_COUNT

The number of rules that failed with status critical


20.7.2 MGMT$CSA_FAILED

The MGMT$CSA_FAILED view displays all failed collections.

Table 20-49 MGMT$CSA_FAILED

Column Description

ID

The GUID of this failed collection

TIMESTAMP

The time at which this failed collection occurred

TIMEZONE_DELTA

The offset in minutes from GMT

SAVED_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was loaded in the repository

EFFECTIVE_IP

The effective IP address of the client

APPID

The collection tag

REFERRING_URL_HEADER

The URL from which the user was referred to CSA, minus the query string

REFERRING_URL_PARAMS

The query string of the URL from which the user was referred to CSA

CSA_URL_HEADER

The URL from which the user ran CSA, minus the query string

CSA_URL_PARAMS

The query string of the URL from which the user tried to run CSA

DESTINATION_URL_HEADER

The destination URL minus the query string

DESTINATION_URL_PARAMS

The query string of the destination URL

BROWSER_TYPE

The type of browser used to run CSA

BROWSER_VERSION

The version of the browser used to run CSA

BROWSER_JVM_VENDOR

The vendor of the JVM used to run CSA

BROWSER_JVM_VERSION

The version of the JVM used to run CSA

OS_ARCH

The OS architecture of the client as reported in the ìos.archî Java system property

OS_NAME

The OS name of the client as reported in the ìos.nameî Java system property

HTTP_REQUEST_USER_AGENT

The HTTP user-Agent header sent by the client

ERROR_CODE

The error condition that caused the failed collection (0=OS not supported, 1=browser not supported, 2=applet certificate refused by user, 3=other error)

ERROR_TEXT

Text that is collected along with the error code, such as a stack trace


20.7.3 MGMT$CSA_HOST_OS_COMPONENTS

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_OS_COMPONENTS view displays all OS components find on CSA client systems.

Table 20-50 MGMT$CSA_HOST_OS_COMPONENTS

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

TYPE

The type of the component

NAME

The name of the component

VERSION

The version of the component

DESCRIPTION

The description of the component

ISNTALLATION_DATE

The date the component was installed

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

TARGET_ID

The target GUID of the collector target

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the client configuration was collected


20.7.4 MGMT$CSA_HOST_SW

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_SW view displays all OS-registered software found on CSA hosts.

Table 20-51 MGMT$CSA_HOST_SW

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

NAME

The name of the software

VENDOR_NAME

The name of the software vendor

VERSION

The version of the software

INSTALLATION_DATE

The date on which the software as installed

INSTALLED_LOCATION

The location in which the software is installed

DESCRIPTION

The description of the software

VENDOR_SW_SPECIFIC_INFO

Any additional information provided by the vendor

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

TARGET_ID

The ID of the collector target

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was collected


20.7.5 MGMT$CSA_HOST_COOKIES

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_COOKIES view displays the cookies collected with client configurations.

Table 20-52 MGMT$CSA_HOST_COOKIES

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

NAME

The name of the cookie

VALUE

The payload of the cookie

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

TARGET_ID

The ID of the collector target

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was collected


20.7.6 MGMT$CSA_HOST_CUSTOM

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_CUSTOM view displays the custom properties collected with client configurations.

Table 20-53 MGMT$CSA_HOST_CUSTOM

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

TYPE

The category of the custom property

NAME

The name of the custom property

TYPE_UI

The display category of the custom property

NAME_UI

The display name of the custom property

VALUE

The value of the custom property

DISPLAY_UI

Should this property be displayed in the UI? Y or N

HISTORY_TRACKING

Not used

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

TARGET_ID

The ID of the collector target

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was collected


20.7.7 MGMT$CSA_HOST_RULES

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_RULES view displays the rules that were evaluated with each client configuration.

Table 20-54 MGMT$CSA_HOST_RULES

Column Description

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

NAME

The name of the rule

DESCRIPTION

The description of the rule

STATUS

The status of the rule (-2=NA, 15=passed, 18=info, 20=warning, 25=critical)

MOREINFO

Any additional information for the rule


20.7.8 MGMT$CSA_HOST_CPUS

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_CPUS view displays information about the CPUs of CSA hosts. CSA assumes that in a multi-CPU host, all CPUs are identical.

Table 20-55 MGMT$CSA_HOST_CPUS

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

VENDOR_NAME

The name of the CPU vendor

FREQ_IN_MHZ

The clock frequency of the CPU

ECACHE_IN_MB

The size of the extended cache

IMPL

The CPU implementation

REVISION

The CPU revision

MASK

The CPU mask

NUMBER_OF_CPUS

The number of CPUs

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

TARGET_ID

The ID of the collector target

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was collected


20.7.9 MGMT$CSA_HOST_IOCARDS

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_IOCARDS view displays all IO cards collected from client configurations.

Table 20-56 MGMT$CSA_HOST_IOCARDS

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

VENDOR_NAME

The name of the IO card vendor

NAME

The name of the IO card

FREQ_IN_MHZ

The frequency of the IO card bus

BUS

The bus type (PCI or AGP)

REVISION

The IO card revision

NUMBER_OF_IOCARDS

The number of cards

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

TARGET_ID

The ID of the collector target

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was collected


20.7.10 MGMT$CSA_HOST_NICS

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_NICS view displays all network interface cards collected from client configurations.

Table 20-57 MGMT$CSA_HOST_NICS

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

NAME

The name of the NIC

DESCRIPTION

The description of the NIC

FLAGS

Flags set on the NIC – not applicable for Windows

MAX_TRANSFER_UNIT

The maximum transfer unit of the NIC

INET_ADDRESS

The IP address of the NIC

MASK

The subnet mask of the NIC

BROADCAST_ADDRESS

The broadcast address of the NIC

MAC_ADDRESS

The MAC address of the NIC

HOSTNAME_ALIASES

Any aliases for the host name that are stored in the NIC

DEFAULT_GATEWAY

The default gateway for the NIC

DHCP_ENABLED

Whether or not DHCP is enabled

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

TARGET_ID

The ID of the collector target

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was collected


20.7.11 MGMT$CSA_HOST_OS_PROPERTIES

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_OS_PROPERTIES view displays all OS properties, such as environment variables, found on CSA hosts.

Table 20-58 MGMT$CSA_HOST_OS_PROPERTIES

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

SOURCE

The source (e.g. the system environment) of the property

NAME

The name of the property

VALUE

The value of the property

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

TARGET_ID

The ID of the collector target

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was collected


20.7.12 MGMT$CSA_HOST_OS_FILESYSEMS

The MGMT$CSA_HOST_OS_FILESYSEMS view displays all file systems found on CSA hosts.

Table 20-59 MGMT$CSA_HOST_OS_FILESYSEMS

Column Description

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

The display name of the client

RESOURCE_NAME

The name of the file system

MOUNT_LOCATION

The location from which it is mounted

TYPE

The file system type

DISK_SPACE_IN_GB

The total disk space

AVAIL_DISK_SPACE_IN_GB

The available disk space

LOCAL_DRIVE

The Windows drive letter on which it is mounted

MOUNT_OPTIONS

The mount options

SNAPSHOT_ID

The snapshot ID of the client configuration

TARGET_ID

The ID of the collector target

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the data was collected


20.8 Custom Configuration Specification Views

This section provides a description of each custom configuration specification (CCS) view and its columns.

20.8.1 MGMT$CCS_DATA

The MGMT$CCS_DATA view provides both current and saved data, that is data saved from configurations.

Table 20-60 MGMT$CCS_DATA

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of the target

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

Type of snapshot

CCS_UI_NAME

Display CCS name

CCS_DRAFT_NUMBER

Draft number of the CCS for draft CCSs. (It is 0 for nondraft CCS)

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The timestamp of the collection specified in the target's time zone

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

The Enterprise Configuration Management (ECM) snapshot ID that can be used to join with other ECM views

DATA_SOURCE_NAME

Depending on the value for EXPR_TYPE, this is one of the following:

  • File name (relative to the base path)

  • OS command name

  • Database SQL query name

CONTAINER

A slash (/) separated hierarchal container with additional identification information and order information. This column could be a single space but only if the attribute name and value are available and are at the top level of the hierarchy.

ATTR

Attribute name

ATTR_ORDER

The order of the attribute within its enclosing container

CONTAINER_ORDER

The order of the container in the data source contents

VALUE

Attribute value


20.8.2 MGMT$CCS_DATA_SOURCE

The MGMT$CCS_DATA_SOURCE view contains both current and saved data (that is, data from saved configurations). This view can be joined with MGMT$CCS_DATA_SOURCE_VISIBLE on ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID and DATA_SOURCE_NAME.

Table 20-61 MGMT$CCS_DATA_SOURCE

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of the target

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

Type of snapshot

CCS_UI_NAME

Display CCS name

CCS_DRAFT_NUMBER

Draft number of the CCS for draft CCSs. (It is 0 for nondraft CCS)

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time stamp of the collection specified in the target's time zone

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

The Enterprise Configuration Management (ECM) snapshot ID that can be used to join with other ECM views

DATA_SOURCE_NAME

Depending on the value for EXPR_TYPE, this is one of the following:

  • File name (relative to the base path)

  • OS command name

  • Database SQL query name

EXPR_TYPE

The type of expression

Possible values:

  • F: Files

  • O: OS commands

  • D: Database queries

SOURCE_ORDER

Numeric order in which the source was obtained

EXPR_NAME

The name of the expression

  • For files, this can be the wildcarded path expression from the custom configuration specification that caused the file to be collected

  • For OS commands and database queries, this is a user-specified name for the expression

EXPR_VALUE

The value of the expression

  • For files, this is the same as the value for EXPR_NAME

  • For OS commands, this is the actual command

  • For database queries, this is the actual database query

FULL_PATH

The full path

  • For files, this is the full file path

  • For OS commands, this is the base directory path

CONTENTS_SIZE

Byte size of contents

HASH

Hash value for collected data

CONTENTS

Character large object (CLOB) contents column with raw contents for this data source

COLLECTION_ERROR_MSG

Any relevant error message for this data source during the collection

PARSING_ERROR_MSG

Any relevant error messages generated during parsing of data contents


20.8.3 MGMT$CCS_DATA_VISIBLE

The MGMT$CCS_DATA_VISIBLE view contains both current and saved data (that is, data from saved configurations).

Table 20-62 MGMT$CCS_DATA_VISIBLE

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target

TARGET_TYPE

Type of target

SNAPSHOT_TYPE

Snapshot type

CCS_UI_NAME

Display CCS name

CCS_DRAFT_NUMBER

Draft number of the CCS for draft CCSs. (It is 0 for nondraft CCS)

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

User-friendly display name of the target

DISPLAY_TARGET_TYPE

User-friendly display name of the target type

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

Time stamp of the collection specified in the time zone of the target

IS_CURRENT

Specifies whether the data is current or saved

Possible values:

  • Y: Current data

  • N: Saved data

DESCRIPTION

Snapshot description provided by the user

CREATOR

For saved snapshots, the creator is the Enterprise Manager user who saved the snapshot

SAVED_TIMESTAMP

Time stamp of when the snapshot was saved specified in the time zone of the database

LAST_UPLOAD_TIMESTAMP

Last time (specified in the time zone of the database) when a collection was processed for this snapshot type.

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

The Enterprise Configuration Management (ECM) snapshot ID that can be used to join with other ECM views

DATA_SOURCE_NAME

Depending on the value for EXPR_TYPE, this is one of the following:

  • File name (relative to the base path)

  • OS command name

  • Database SQL query name

CONTAINER

A slash (/) separated hierarchal container with additional identification information and order information. This column could be a single space but only if the attribute name and value are available and are at the top level of the hierarchy.

ATTRIBUTE

Attribute name

VALUE

Attribute value

CONTAINER_ORDER

The order of the container in the data source contents

ATTRIBUTE_ORDER

The order of the attribute within its enclosing container


20.8.4 MGMT$CCS_DATA

The MGMT$CCS_DATA view is the same as the MGMT$CCS_DATA_VISIBLE view but it exposes the current most recently collected data only.

Table 20-63 MGMT$CCS_DATA

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target

CM_TARGET_NAME

Name of the target

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

Type of snapshot

CCS_UI_NAME

Display CCS name

CCS_DRAFT_NUMBER

Draft number of the CCS for draft CCSs. (It is 0 for nondraft CCS)

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time stamp of the collection specified in the target's time zone

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

The Enterprise Configuration Management (ECM) snapshot ID that can be used to join with other ECM views

DATA_SOURCE_NAME

Depending on the value for EXPR_TYPE, this is one of the following:

  • File name (relative to the base path)

  • OS command name

  • Database SQL query name

CONTAINER

A slash (/) separated hierarchal container with additional identification information and order information. This column could be a single space but only if the attribute name and value are available and are at the top level of the hierarchy.

ATTR

Attribute name

ATTR_ORDER

The order of the attribute within its enclosing container

CONTAINER_ORDER

The order of the container in the data source contents

VALUE

Attribute value


20.9 Database Configuration Views

This section provides a description of each database configuration view and its columns, along with examples about how to use the views.

20.9.1 MGMT$DB_TABLESPACES

The MGMT$DB_TABLESPACES view displays configuration settings for tablespaces. Tablespace settings are collected from the sys.dba_tablespaces, dba_free_space, dba_data_files, dba_temp_files, and v$temp_extent_pool tables.

Table 20-64 MGMT$DB_TABLESPACES

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database containing the data files

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

TABLESPACE_NAME

Name of the tablespace

CONTENTS

Tablespace contents: PERMANENT or TEMPORARY

STATUS

Tablespace status: ONLINE, OFFLINE, or READ ONLY

EXTENT_MANAGEMENT

Extent management tracking: DICTIONARY or LOCAL

ALLOCATION_TYPE

Type of extent allocation in effect for this tablespace

LOGGING

Default logging attribute

TABLESPACE_SIZE

Current size of the tablespace in bytes

INITIAL_EXT_SIZE

Default initial extent size

NEXT_EXTENT

Next extent in the sequence

INCREMENT_BY

Default percent increase for extent size

MAX_EXTENTS

Default maximum number of extents

TABLESPACE_USED_SIZE

Amount of data (in bytes) contained in the tablespace

SEGMENT_SPACE_MANAGEMENT

Indicates whether the free and used segment space in the tablespace is managed using free lists (MANUAL) or bitmaps (AUTO)

BLOCK_SIZE

Tablespace block size

MIN_EXTENTS

Default minimum number of extents

MIN_EXTLEN

Minimum extent size for this tablespace

BIGFILE

Indicates whether the tablespace is a bigfile tablespace (YES) or a smallfile tablespace (NO)


20.9.2 MGMT$DB_DATAFILES

The MGMT$DB_DATAFILES view displays the configuration settings for data files. The data file settings are collected from sources such as sys.dba_data_files, v$datafile, sys.dba_free_space, sys.dba_tablespaces, sys.dba_ temp_files, v$tempfile.

Table 20-65 MGMT$DB_DATAFILES

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database containing the data files

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

FILE_NAME

Name of the data file

TABLESPACE_NAME

Name of the tablespace containing the data file

STATUS

Data file status: ACTIVE or NOT ACTIVE

FILE_SIZE

Size of the data file

AUTOEXTENSIBLE

Autoextensible indicator

INCREMENT_BY

Autoextension increment

MAX_FILE_SIZE

Maximum file size in bytes

OS_STORAGE_ENTITY

OS level storage entity on which the file resides. For regular files it is the name of the file system on which the file resides. For character or raw files it is the name of the raw device

CREATE_BYTES

The initial size of the data file when it was created in bytes


20.9.3 MGMT$DB_CONTROLFILES

The MGMT$DB_CONTROLFILES view displays the configuration settings for database control files.

Table 20-66 MGMT$DB_CONTROLFILES

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database containing the data files

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

FILE_NAME

Name of the database control file.

STATUS

The type of control file:

STANDBY - indicates database is in standby mode

LOGICAL - indicates the database is a logical standby database (not a physical standby)

CLONE - indicates a clone database

BACKUP | CREATED - indicates database is being recovered using a backup or created control file

CURRENT - the control file changes to this type following a standby database activate or database open after recovery

CREATION_DATE

Control file creation date

SEQUENCE_NUM

Control file sequence number incremented by control file transactions

CHANGE_NUM

Last change number in the backup control file. Value is NULL if the control file is not a backup

MOD_DATE

Last timestamp in the backup control file. NULL if the control file is not a backup

OS_STORAGE_ENTITY

OS level storage entity on which the file resides. For regular files it is the name of the file system on which the file resides. For character or raw files it is the name of the raw device


20.9.4 MGMT$DB_DBNINSTANCEINFO

The MGMT$DB_DBNINSTANCEINFO view displays general information about database instance. The instance information is collected from v$database, v$version, v$instance, global_name, database_properties and v$nls_parameters.

Table 20-67 MGMT$DB_DBNINSTANCEINFO

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target host where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database target from which the metrics are collected

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

DATABASE_NAME

Name of the database

GLOBAL_NAME

Global name of the database

BANNER

Component name and version number

HOST

Name of the host system

INSTANCE_NAME

Name of the instance

STARTUP_TIME

Time when instance was started up

LOGINS

ALLOWED or RESTRICTED

LOG_MODE

The archive log mode, either ARCHIVELOG or NOARCHIVELOG

OPEN_MODE

Open mode information

DEFAULT_TEMP_TABLESPACE

Default temporary tablespace name

CHARACTERSET

NLS parameter value for NLS_CHARACTERSET

NATIONAL_CHARACTERSET

NLS parameter value for NLS_NCHAR_CHARACTERSET


Usage Notes

This information is collected through the dbconfig metric. However, as this metric is not run for standby databases, this table is not populated for standby targets.

20.9.5 MGMT$DB_FEATUREUSAGE

The MGMT$DB_FEATUREUSAGE view displays information about database feature usage.

Table 20-68 MGMT$DB_FEATUREUSAGE

Column Description

HOST

Name of the host target where the database feature usage information is collected

DATABASE_NAME

Name of the database where the database feature usage information is collected

INSTANCE_NAME

Name of the instance where the database feature usage information is collected

TARGET_TYPE

Either Oracle_database or rac_database

DBID

A unique number that identifies a database instance

NAME

The feature name

CURRENTLY_USED

TRUE if the feature is currently in use, FALSE if the feature is not in use

DETECTED_USAGES

The number of times the feature has been used by the database

FIRST_USAGE_DATE

The date that the first usage of the feature occurred

LAST_USAGE_DATE

The date of the most recent usage of the feature

VERSION

The version number of the database

LAST_SAMPLE_DATE

The date that the database was last evaluated for feature usage

LAST_SAMPLE_PERIOD

The interval between the LAST_ SAMPLE_DATE date and the database feature usage evaluation before that (by default, seven days)

SAMPLE_INTERVAL

The number of seconds between the LAST_SAMPLE_DATE date and the next database feature usage evaluation

TOTAL_SAMPLES

The total number of database feature usage evaluation samples that have been collected

AUX_COUNT

For Oracle internal use only

DESCRIPTION

The description of the feature


Usage Notes

This view can be used to gain an enterprise-wide view of database feature usage across all Oracle databases.

20.9.6 MGMT$DB_INIT_PARAMS

The MGMT$DB_INIT_PARAMS view displays initialization parameter settings for the database. Initialization parameter settings are collected from v$parameter.

Table 20-69 MGMT$DB_INIT_PARAMS

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database target from which the metrics are collected

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, such as Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

NAME

Name of the initialization parameter

ISDEFAULT

Indicates whether the parameter value is the default

VALUE

The parameter value

DATATYPE

The data type that the value string can be mapped to, for example, NUMBER, DATE, or TEXT


Usage Notes

This information is collected through the dbconfig metric. However, as this metric is not run for standby databases, this table is not populated for standby targets.

20.9.7 MGMT$DB_LICENSE

The MGMT$DB_LICENSE view displays database license configuration settings. Database license configuration settings are collected from v$license.

Table 20-70 MGMT$DB_LICENSE

Column Description

HOST_NAME

The name of the host on which the database is running

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database containing the tablespace

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

SESSIONS_MAX

The maximum number of sessions allowed for the database

SESSIONS_WARNING

The number of sessions which will generate a warning for the database

SESSIONS_CURRENT

The current number of sessions for the database

SESSIONS_HIGHWATER

The highest water mark of sessions for the database

USERS_MAX

The maximum number of users for the database


Usage Notes

This view can be used to obtain database license configuration settings across all database targets.

20.9.8 MGMT$DB_REDOLOGS

The MGMT$DB_REDOLOGS view displays redo log configuration settings for the database. Redo log configuration settings are collected from the v$log and v$logfile tables.

Table 20-71 MGMT$DB_REDOLOGS

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database target from which the metrics are collected

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

GROUP_NUM

Redo log group identifier number

STATUS

Log status:

UNUSED - The online redo log has never been written to. This is the state of a redo log that was just added, or just after a RESETLOGS, when it is not the current redo log.

CURRENT - This is the current redo log. This implies that the redo log is active. The redo log could be open or closed.

ACTIVE - The log is active but is not the current log. It is needed for crash recovery. It may be in use for block recovery. It might or might not be archived.

CLEARING - The log is being re-created as an empty log after an ALTER DATABASE CLEAR LOGFILE statement. After the log is cleared, the status changes to UNUSED.

CLEARING_CURRENT - The current log is being cleared of a closed thread. The log can stay in this status if there is some failure in the switch such as an I/O error writing the new log header.

INACTIVE - The log is no longer needed for instance recovery. It may be in use for media recovery. It might or might not be archived.

MEMBERS

Number of members in the log group

FILE_NAME

Redo log file (member) name

ARCHIVED

Archive status either YES or NO

LOGSIZE

Size of the log file in bytes

SEQUENCE_NUM

Log sequence number

FIRST_CHANGE_SCN

Lowest SCN in the log

OS_STORAGE_ENTITY

OS level storage entity on which the file resides. For regular files it is the name of the file system on which the file resides. For character or raw files it is the name of the raw device.

THREAD_NUM

Log thread number


Usage Notes

Obtain redo log group or file configuration settings across all database targets.

20.9.9 MGMT$DB_ROLLBACK_SEGS

The MGMT$DB_ROLLBACK_SEGS view displays rollback segments configuration settings for the database. Rollback segments configuration settings are collected from the sys.dba_rollback_segs and v$rollstat tables.

Table 20-72 MGMT$DB_ROLLBACK_SEGS

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database containing the data files

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ROLLNAME

Name of the rollback segment

STATUS

Rollback segment status

TABLESPACE_NAME

Name of the tablespace containing the rollback segment

EXTENTS

Number of extents in rollback segment

ROLLSIZE

Size in bytes of rollback segment. This values differs by the number of bytes in one database block from the value of the BYTES column of the ALL/DBA/USER_ SEGMENTS views.

INITIAL_SIZE

Initial extent size in bytes

NEXT_SIZE

Secondary extent size in bytes

MAXIMUM_EXTENTS

Maximum number of extents

MINIMUM_EXTENTS

Minimum number of extents

PCT_INCREASE

Percent increase for extent size

OPTSIZE

Optimal size for rollback segments

AVEACTIVE

Current size of active extents averaged over time

WRAPS

Number of times rollback segment is wrapped

SHRINKS

Number of times the size of a rollback segment decreases

AVESHRINK

Average shrink size

HWMSIZE

High water mark of rollback segment size


Usage Notes

Obtain rollback segments configuration settings across all database targets.

20.9.10 MGMT$DB_SGA

The MGMT$DB_SGA view displays System Global Area (SGA) configuration settings. SGA settings are collected from the v$sga and v$sgastat tables.

Table 20-73 MGMT$DB_SGA

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database containing the datafiles

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

SGANAME

SGA component name

SGASIZE

SGA component size in kilobytes or megabytes


Usage Notes

Obtain System Global Area configuration settings across all database targets.

20.9.11 MGMT$DB_TABLESPACES_ALL

The MGMT$DB_TABLESPACES_ALL view displays configuration settings for tablespaces. Tablespace settings are collected from the sys.dba_tablespaces, dba_free_space, dba_data_files, dba_temp_files, and v$temp_extent_pool tables.

Table 20-74 MGMT$DB_TABLESPACES_ALL

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

TABLESPACE_NAME

Name of the tablespace

CONTENTS

Tablespace contents: PERMANENT or TEMPORARY

STATUS

Tablespace status: ONLINE, OFFLINE, or READ ONLY

EXTENT_MANAGEMENT

Extent management tracking: DICTIONARY or LOCAL

ALLOCATION_TYPE

Type of extent allocation in effect for this tablespace

LOGGING

Default logging attribute

TABLESPACE_SIZE

Current size of the tablespace in bytes

INITIAL_EXT_SIZE

Default initial extent size

INCREMENT_BY

Default percent increase for extent size

MAX_EXTENTS

Default maximum number of extents


Usage Notes

Obtain tablespace configuration settings across all database targets.

20.9.12 MGMT$DB_OPTIONS

The MGMT$DB_OPTIONS view displays whether or not the option is currently LOADED and ACTIVE, or either the option does not exist or is NOT LOADED or INACTIVE. Options settings are collected by checking user name and status in the sys.dba_users and dba_registry tables.

Table 20-75 MGMT$DB_OPTIONS

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Name of the target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_NAME

Name of the database containing the data files

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target, for example, Oracle_ database

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID for the database target

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

NAME

Name of the database option

SELECTED

If the option is currently LOADED and ACTIVE (TRUE), or either the option does not exist or is NOT LOADED or INACTIVE (FALSE)


20.10 Enterprise Configuration Management Views

This section provides a description of each event view and its columns.

For examples of how to use these views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.10.1 MGMT$ECM_CMP_JOBS

The MGMT$ECM_CMP_JOBS view enables you to view all comparison jobs for a first target, second target combination. More than one result might be returned for a set of targets, if different templates or save modes were specified for the comparison. All jobs are returned (succeeded, failed, running, scheduled, and so on).

Table 20-76 MGMT$ECM_CMP_JOBS

Column Description

JOB_NAME

The name of the job with the most recent successful results.

JOB_DESC

The description of the job.

JOB_OWNER

The owner of the job.

SCHEDULED_TIME

The time for when the job was scheduled.

COMPARE_TIME

The time when the comparison began.

JOB_STATUS

The status of the overall job.

STEP_STATUS

The status of this particular target comparison.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the targets specified for this comparison.

DISPLAY_TYPE

The display name of the target type (in English).

ME_CLASS

The Management Entity (ME) class of the root target type, such as system, group, target, and so on

FIRST_TARGET

The name of the first target specified for this comparison.

FIRST_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the first configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

SECOND_TARGET

The name of the second target specified for this comparison.

SECOND_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the second configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

TEMPLATE_NAME

The name of the template used by this comparison. This column returns NULL if no template was used.

SAVE_MODE

The Save mode used for this comparison.

Possible values:

  • All: Saves all content

  • Diffs Only: Saves differences only

COMPARISON_ID

The ID of the comparison.

COMP_RESULT_ID

The ID of this comparison result.

COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The ID for this specific root target comparison results (as opposed to member target result IDs).

JOB_ID

The ID of the job.

JOB_EXECUTION_ID

The ID of the job execution.

DIFF_COUNT

The total number of all differences associated with this target and all member targets.


20.10.2 MGMT$ECM_CMP_JOB_LAST_RESULTS

The MGMT$ECM_CMP_JOB_LAST_RESULTS view enables you to view the latest valid comparison job results for a first target, second target combination. More than one result might be returned for a set of targets, if different templates or save modes were specified for the comparison. Successful job results are returned only.

Table 20-77 MGMT$ECM_CMP_JOB_LAST_RESULTS

Column Description

JOB_NAME

The name of the job with the most recent successful results.

JOB_OWNER

The owner of the job.

JOB_SCHEDULED_DATE

The time for when the job was scheduled.

COMPARE_TIME

The time when the comparison began.

JOB_STATUS

The status of the overall job. For this view, the status is SUCCEEDED always.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the targets specified for this comparison.

DISPLAY_TYPE

The default display name of the target type (in English).

ME_CLASS

The ME class of the target type, such as system, group, target, and so on

FIRST_TARGET

The name of the first target specified for this comparison.

FIRST_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the first configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

SECOND_TARGET

The name of the second target specified for this comparison.

SECOND_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the second configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

TEMPLATE_NAME

The name of the template used by this comparison. This column returns NULL if no template was used.

SAVE_MODE

The Save mode used for this comparison.

Possible values:

  • All: Saves all content

  • Diffs Only: Saves differences only

COMPARISON_ID

The ID of the comparison.

COMP_RESULT_ID

The ID of this comparison result.

COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The ID for this specific root target comparison results (as opposed to member target result IDs).

JOB_ID

The ID of the job.

JOB_EXECUTION_ID

The ID of the job execution.

DIFF_COUNT

The total number of all differences associated with this target and all member targets.

HAS_DIFFS

Indicates whether a non CCS configuration item has differences.

HAS_CCS_ATTR_DIFFS

Indicates whether a CCS file has attribute differences.

HAS_CCS_PARSED_DIFFS

Indicates if a CCS file is parsed and if the parsed rows are different


20.10.3 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_DS

The MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_DS view enables you to view all compared CCS data source information.

Table 20-78 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_DS

Column Description

COMP_RESULT_ID

The comparison result ID represents a root target comparison.

ROOT_COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The root comparison result ID represents a single target to target comparison.

COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The comparison configuration result ID represents a target to target comparison (root or member target). This can be the same as the ROOT_COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID.

METADATA_ID

The snapshot metadata ID.

COMP_DELTA_SNAP_ID

The compare ID for the snapshot.

SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot.

DISPLAY_SNAPSHOT

The default snapshot display name (in English).

CONFIG_ITEM

The configuration item for the CCS data source information.

CCS_DS_ATTR_DIFF_TYPE

The file difference type.

Possible values:

  • FIRST_ONLY: Indicates the file is on the first target only.

  • SECOND_ONLY: Indicates the file is on the second target only.

  • DIFFERENT: Indicates the file is different between the two targets.

  • SAME: Indicates the file is the same on both targets.

COMP_DELTA_ENTRY_SNAP_ID

The snapshot ID associated with this data source entry.

COMP_DELTA_ENTRY_ID

The comparison delta entry ID for the data source.

CCS_DS

The CCS data source name.

ROOT_TARGET_TYPE

The root target type.

ROOT_DISPLAY_TYPE

The default display name (in English) of the root target type.

ROOT_ME_CLASS

The ME class of the root target type, such as system, group, target, and so on.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the compared targets. This could be the same as the root target type.

DISPLAY_TYPE

The default display name (in English) of the compared target type.

ME_CLASS

The ME class of the compared target type, such as system, group, target, and so on.

ROOT_FIRST_TARGET

The root target for the first compared target.

FIRST_TARGET

The first target in the comparison. This can be the same as the root first target.

FIRST_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the first configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

ROOT_SECOND_TARGET

The root target for the first compared target.

SECOND_TARGET

The first target in the comparison. This can be the same as the root first target.

SECOND_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the first configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared


20.10.4 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_DS_DTLS

The MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_DS_DTLS view enables you to view all comparison CCS data source detail information.

Table 20-79 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_DS_DTLS

Column Description

COMP_RESULT_ID

The comparison result ID represents a root target comparison.

ROOT_COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The root comparison configuration result ID represents a target to target comparison.

COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The comparison configuration result ID represents a target to target comparison (either root or member target). This can be the same as ROOT_COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID.

METADATA_ID

The snapshot metadata ID.

COMP_DELTA_SNAP_ID

The comparison ID for the snapshot.

SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot.

DISPLAY_SNAPSHOT

The default snapshot display name (in English).

CONFIG_ITEM

The configuration item for CCS-parsed data information.

CCS_DS_ATTR_DIFF_TYPE

The comparison delta entry ID for the parsed data.

ATTR_DIFF_TYPE

From the UI, the parsed data is shown in a tree. In this case, it shows the tree nodes in a delimited list.

COMP_DELTA_ENTRY_ID

The attribute with a value that differs between the two targets.

CCS_DS

Order by this value to see the file content ordered by the tree node.

HAS_PARSED_DATA

Indicates if the CCS data source has parsed data.

HAS_PARSED_DIFFS

Indicates if the CCS data source parsed data has differences.

ROOT_TARGET_TYPE

The root target type.

ROOT_DISPLAY_TYPE

The default display name (in English) of the root target type.

ROOT_ME_CLASS

The ME class of the root target type, such as system, group, target, and so on.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the compared targets. This could be the same as the root target type.

DISPLAY_TYPE

The default display name (in English) of the compared target type.

ME_CLASS

The ME class of the compared target type, such as system, group, target, and so on.

ATTR_COL_ORDER

The name of the data source attribute.

DISPLAY_ATTR_COL_NAME

The default display name (in English) for the attribute name.

COLUMN_TYPE

The attribute column type.

ROOT_FIRST_TARGET

The root target for the first compared target

FIRST_TARGET

The first target in the comparison. This can be the same as the root first target.

FIRST_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the first configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

FIRST_ATTR_VALUE

The value of the attribute on the first target.

ROOT_SECOND_TARGET

The root target for the second compared target.

SECOND_TARGET

The second target in the comparison. This can be the same as the root second target.

SECOND_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the second configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

SECOND_ATTR_VALUE

The value of the attribute on the second target.


20.10.5 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_PD_ALL

The MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_PD_ALL view enables you to view all compared CCS-parsed data available from the comparison.

Table 20-80 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_PD_ALL

Column Description

CCS_DS_ATTR_DIFF_TYPE

The type of file attribute differences:

Possible values:

  • FIRST_ONLY: Indicates a file is present on only one target

  • SECOND_ONLY: Indicates a file is present on only one target

  • DIFFERENT: Indicates file attributes (such as size) are different

  • SAME: Indicates file attributes (such as size) are the same or ignored, but the file content could still vary.

PARSED_DIFF_TYPE

The type of CCS-parsed data difference:

Possible values:

  • FIRST_ONLY: Indicates a file is present on only one target

  • SECOND_ONLY: Indicates a file is present on only one target

  • DIFFERENT: Indicates file attributes (such as size) are different

  • SAME: Indicates file attributes (such as size) are the same or ignored, but the file content could still vary.

COMP_RESULT_ID

The comparison result ID represents a root target comparison.

ROOT_COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The root comparison configuration result ID represents a target to target comparison.

COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The comparison configuration result ID represents a target to target comparison (either root or member target). This can be the same as ROOT_COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID.

METADATA_ID

The snapshot metadata ID.

SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot.

DISPLAY_SNAPSHOT

The snapshot display name (in English).

CCS_DS

The CCS data source.

CONFIG_ITEM

The configuration item for CCS-parsed data information.

COMP_DELTA_ENTRY_ID

The comparison delta entry ID for the parsed data.

PATH

From the UI, the parsed data is shown in a tree. In this case, it shows the tree nodes in a delimited list.

ATTR_COL_NAME

The attribute with a value that differs between the two targets.

PATH_ORDER

Order by this value to see the file content ordered by the tree node.

ATTR_COL_ORDER

Order by this value to see the attribute nodes in the order that they appear in the file.

ROOT_TARGET_TYPE

The root target type.

ROOT_DISPLAY_TYPE

The display name (in English) of the root target type.

ROOT_ME_CLASS

The ME class of the root target type, such as system, group, target, and so on.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the compared targets. This could be the same as the root target type.

DISPLAY_TYPE

The display name (in English) of the compared target type.

ME_CLASS

The ME class of the compared target type, such as system, group, target, and so on.

ROOT_FIRST_TARGET

The root target for the first compared target

FIRST_TARGET

The first target in the comparison. This can be the same as the root first target.

FIRST_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the first configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

FIRST_ATTR_VALUE

The value of the attribute on the first target.

ROOT_SECOND_TARGET

The root target for the second compared target.

SECOND_TARGET

The second target in the comparison. This can be the same as the root second target.

SECOND_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the second configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

SECOND_ATTR_VALUE

The value of the attribute on the second target.


20.10.6 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_PD_DIFFS

The MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_PD_DIFFS view enables you to view all comparison CCS-parsed data differences.

A row is returned only if the following applies:

  • The data source file must be present on both compared targets

  • The data source must have parsed data

  • The parsed data row must differ on both compared targets

Table 20-81 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CCS_PD_DIFFS

Column Description

CCS_DS_ATTR_DIFF_TYPE

The type of file attribute differences:

Possible values:

  • FIRST_ONLY: Indicates a file is present on only one target

  • SECOND_ONLY: Indicates a file is present on only one target

  • DIFFERENT: Indicates file attributes (such as size) are different

  • SAME: Indicates file attributes (such as size) are the same or ignored, but the file content could still vary.

PARSED_DIFF_TYPE

The type of CCS-parsed data difference:

Possible values:

  • FIRST_ONLY: Indicates a file is present on only one target

  • SECOND_ONLY: Indicates a file is present on only one target

  • DIFFERENT: Indicates file attributes (such as size) are different

  • SAME: Indicates file attributes (such as size) are the same or ignored, but the file content could still vary.

COMP_RESULT_ID

The comparison result ID represents a root target comparison.

ROOT_COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The root comparison configuration result ID represents a target to target comparison.

COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The comparison configuration result ID represents a target to target comparison (either root or member target). This can be the same as ROOT_COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID.

METADATA_ID

The snapshot metadata ID.

SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot.

DISPLAY_SNAPSHOT

The snapshot display name (in English).

CCS_DS

The CCS data source.

CONFIG_ITEM

The configuration item for CCS-parsed data information.

COMP_DELTA_ENTRY_ID

The comparison delta entry ID for the parsed data.

PATH

From the UI, the parsed data is shown in a tree. In this case, it shows the tree nodes in a delimited list.

ATTR_COL_NAME

The attribute with a value that differs between the two targets.

PATH_ORDER

Order by this value to see the file content ordered by the tree node.

ATTR_COL_ORDER

Order by this value to see the attribute nodes in the order that they appear in the file.

ROOT_TARGET_TYPE

The root target type.

ROOT_DISPLAY_TYPE

The default English display name of the root target type.

ROOT_ME_CLASS

The ME class of the root target type, such as system, group, target, and so on.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the compared targets. This could be the same as the root target type.

DISPLAY_TYPE

The default English display name of the compared target type.

ME_CLASS

The ME class of the compared target type, such as system, group, target, and so on.

ROOT_FIRST_TARGET

The root target for the first compared target

FIRST_TARGET

The first target in the comparison. This can be the same as the root first target.

FIRST_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the first configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

FIRST_ATTR_VALUE

The value of the attribute on the first target.

ROOT_SECOND_TARGET

The root target for the second compared target.

SECOND_TARGET

The second target in the comparison. This can be the same as the root second target.

SECOND_CONFIG_TYPE

The type of the second configuration.

Possible values:

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was compared

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was compared

SECOND_ATTR_VALUE

The value of the attribute on the second target.


20.10.7 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CI_DIFFS

The MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CI_DIFFS view enables you to view all comparison differences by configuration item.

Table 20-82 MGMT$ECM_CMP_RPT_CI_DIFFS

Column Description

ROOT_TARGET_TYPE

The root target type of the targets specified for this comparison.

ROOT_DISPLAY_TYPE

The default English display name for the root target type.

ROOT_ME_CLASS

The ME class of the root target type, such as SYSTEM, GROUP, or TARGET.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the compared target (this can be the root target or a member target).

DISPLAY_TYPE

The default English display name for the compared target type.

ME_CLASS

The ME class of the compared target.

ROOT_FIRST_TARGET

The root target name of the first target specified for this comparison.

FIRST_TARGET

The compared target name of the first target specified for this comparison (this can be the root target or a member target).

FIRST_CONFIG_TYPE

The configuration type of the first target.

Possible values:

  • Latest: Indicates that the target was selected for comparison

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was selected for comparison

ROOT_SECOND_TARGET

The root target name of the second target specified for this compare

SECOND_TARGET

The target name of the second target specified for this comparison.

SECOND_CONFIG_TYPE

The configuration type of the second target.

Possible values:

  • Latest: Indicates that the target was selected for comparison

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was selected for comparison

SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The snapshot type with a difference list.

DISPLAY_SNAPSHOT

The English display name for the snapshot type

CONFIG_ITEM

The snapshot configuration item

DISPLAY_CONFIG_ITEM

The English display name for the configuration item

CI_IS_CCS

Indicates whether the item is a CCS configuration item.

Possible values:

  • 1: CCS configuration item

  • 0: Not a CCS configuration item

TOTAL_CI_DIFFS

The total number of all differences associated with this target and configuration item.

NOTIFY_DIFFS_COUNT

The number of differences with notify flags.

JOB_EXECUTION_ID

The ID of this run of the compare job.

COMPARISON_ID

The ID of the comparison definition.

COMP_RESULT_ID

The ID connection the root target compare, job execution and comparison def

ROOT_COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The root target comparison configuration result ID.

COMP_CONFIG_RESULT_ID

The compared target comparison configuration result ID.


20.10.8 MGMT$ECM_CMP_VISIBLE_CONFIGS

The MGMT$ECM_CMP_VISIBLE_CONFIGS view provides access to the visible configuration entities used for comparison.

Table 20-83 MGMT$ECM_CMP_VISIBLE_CONFIGS

Column Description

CONFIG_ENTITY_ID

The ID of the compared target or the saved configuration.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the target associated with this configuration entity ID.

DISPLAY_TYPE

The external display name of the target type of the target associated with this configuration entity ID.

CONFIG_TYPE

Specifies the configuration type selected for comparison.

Possible values:

  • Latest: Indicates that a target was selected for comparison

  • Saved: Indicates that a saved configuration was selected for comparison

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the compared target.

TARGET_NAME

Name of the compared target.

ME_CLASS

ME class of the compared target.

SAVED_CONTAINER_GUID

The saved container snapshot GUID for the compared saved snapshot.

Note: This field returns NULL if a target was compared.


20.10.9 MGMT$ECM_VISIBLE_SNAPSHOTS

The MGMT$ECM_VISIBLE_SNAPSHOTS view lists all the Enterprise Configuration Management (ECM) snapshots visible to the current Enterprise Manager user, including both current and saved snapshots.

Table 20-84 MGMT$ECM_VISIBLE_SNAPSHOTS

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

Identifies the snapshot. You can use the snapshot ID to join with other ECM views. This is a key column for this view.

SNAPSHOT_TYPE

Specifies the type of snapshot.

START_TIMESTAMP

Specifies the timestamp of the collection (in target time zone).

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target

TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target.

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

Display name of the target

DISPLAY_TARGET_TYPE

Display name of the target type

ELAPSED_TIME

Not used

DESCRIPTION

Provides a description of the snapshot provided by the user.

IS_CURRENT

Specifies whether the data is current or saved

Possible values:

  • Y: Current data

  • N: Saved data

MESSAGE

Not used.

STATUS

Not used.

CREATOR

Valid only for saved snapshots. Identifes the Enterprise Manager user who saved the snapshot.

SAVED_TIMESTAMP

Specifies the time stamp of when the snap shot was saved (in the Oracle Database time zone).

VERSION

Specifies the version of the snapshot metadata.

LAST_UPLOAD_TIMESTAMP

Specifies the last time (in the Management Repository time zone) when a collection was processed for this snapshot type.


20.10.10 MGMT$ECM_CURRENT_SNAPSHOTS

The MGMT$ECM_CURRENT_SNAPSHOTS view lists all the ECM current configuration snapshots and limits access to the snapshots based on the current logged-in Enterprise Manager user.

Table 20-85 MGMT$ECM_CURRENT_SNAPSHOTS

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

Identifies the snapshot. You can use the ECM snapshot ID to join with other ECM views. This is a key column for this view.

SNAPSHOT_TYPE

Specifies the type of snapshot.

START_TIMESTAMP

Specifies the timestamp of the collection (in target time zone).

TARGET_GUID

Unique identifier of the target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target

TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target.

DISPLAY_TARGET_NAME

Display name of the target

DISPLAY_TARGET_TYPE

Display name of the target type

ELAPSED_TIME

Not used

DESCRIPTION

Description of the snapshot provided by the user

MESSAGE

Not used.

STATUS

Not used.

SAVED_TIMESTAMP

Specifies the time stamp of when the snap shot was saved (in the Oracle Database time zone).

VERSION

Specifies the version of the snapshot metadata.

HOST_NAME

Specifies the name of the host of the target.

LAST_UPLOAD_TIMESTAMP

Specifies the last time (in the Management Repository time zone) when a collection was processed for this snapshot type.


20.11 Events Views

This section provides a description of each event view and its columns.

For examples of how to use views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.11.1 MGMT$INCIDENTS

The MGMT$INCIDENTS view provides a view of the attributes of the incident including its summary message.

Table 20-86 MGMT$INCIDENTS

Column Description

INCIDENT_ID

The unique RAW ID of an incident

INCIDENT_NUM

The end-user visible ID of the incident

SUMMARY_MSG

Summary message of the incident

SEVERITY

The severity of the incident

IS_ESCALATED

Specifies whether the issue is escalated.

Possible values:

  • 1: Yes

  • 0: No

ESCALATION_LEVEL

If the incident is escalated, then this value specifies the escalation level. This value can be between level 1 and level 5.

PRIORITY

The priority level of the incident.

Possible values:

  • None

  • Urgent

  • Very High

  • High

  • Medium

  • Low

RESOLUTION_STATE

The resolution state of the issue.

OWNER

The owner of the issue. If there is no owner, then this value is "-".

IS_ACKNOWLEDGED

Specifies whether the incident is acknowledged.

Possible values:

  • 1: Yes

  • 0: No

IS_SUPPRESSED

Specifies whether the incident is suppressed.

Possible values:

  • 1: Yes

  • 0: No

LAST_ANNOTATION_SEQ

The sequence ID of the last annotation entered for this issue

CREATION_DATE

The date the incident was created

LAST_UPDATED_DATE

The date when this incident was updated last

EVENT_COUNT

The number of events associated with this incident

OPEN_STATUS

Specifies the status of the incident.

Possible values:

  • 1: Open incidents

  • 0: Closed incidents

CLOSED_DATE

The date when the incident is closed (if it is closed)

SRC_COUNT

The number of unique target or source object combinations to which events in this incident belong

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID of a target associated with the incident This value is set only when all the events in the incident belong to the same target or source object combination. It is set to null when the events belong to multiple sources.

SOURCE_OBJ_TYPE

The source object or entity type to which all events in the incident belong (if they all belong to the same target or source object combination). Set to null when the events belong to multiple sources.

ADR_RELATED

Indicates if the incident is a Oracle diagnostic incident.

Possible values:

  • 0: No

  • 1: Yes

TICKET_ID

Ticket associated with this incident (can be null)

TICKET_STATUS

Status of the ticket associated with this incident (can be null)

SR_ID

ID of the service request associated with this problem (if any)

PROBLEM_ID

The unique RAW ID of the related problem (if any)

PROBLEM_NUM

The end-user visible ID of the related problem (if any)


20.11.2 MGMT$INCIDENT_CATEGORY

The MGMT$INCIDENT_CATEGORY view is the incident view for the mapping between incidents and categories. An incident can have multiple categories associated with it.

Table 20-87 MGMT$INCIDENT_CATEGORY

Column Description

INCIDENT_ID

The unique RAW ID of an incident

CATEGORY_NAME

Name of the category

OPEN_STATUS

Specifies the status of the incident.

Possible values:

  • 1: Open incidents

  • 0: Closed incidents

CLOSED_DATE

The date when the incident is closed


20.11.3 MGMT$INCIDENT_TARGET

The MGMT$INCIDENT_TARGET view is the incident view for the mapping between incidents and targets. An incident can be made of multiple events and these events could be from different targets.

Table 20-88 MGMT$INCIDENT_TARGET

Column Description

INCIDENT_ID

The unique RAW ID of an incident

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID of a target (can be null)

OPEN_STATUS

Specifies the status of the incident.

Possible values:

  • 1: Open incidents

  • 0: Closed incidents

CLOSED_DATE

The date when the incident is closed


20.11.4 MGMT$INCIDENT_ANNOTATION

The MGMT$INCIDENT_ANNOTATION view is the view for the mapping between the incidents and annotations. Each incident can have multiple annotations.

Table 20-89 MGMT$INCIDENT_ANNOTATION

Column Description

INCIDENT_ID

The unique RAW ID of an incident

ANNOTATION_SEQ

The order ID in which the annotation is added

ANNOTATION_MSG

The annotation message

ANNOTATION_DATE

The time stamp when the annotation is made

ANNOTATION_TYPE

The type of the annotation, that is, whether it is user or system generated.

Possible values:

  • USER

  • SYSTEM

ANNOTATION_USER

The user that added the annotation. If the annotation is system-generated, then this value is set to "-" .

OPEN_STATUS

Specifies the status of the incident.

Possible values:

  • 1: Open incidents

  • 0: Closed incidents

CLOSED_DATE

The date when the incident is closed


20.11.5 MGMT$EVENTS_LATEST

The MGMT$EVENTS_LATEST view shows the details of the latest state of all events in a given sequence of events. A sequence is a series of raw events that are related to the same source and reporting on the same issue. For example, for a given host, if the CPU utilization goes from warning to critical and then to warning again, then these three events are correlated into a single sequence with three raw events with warning as the latest state.

Table 20-90 MGMT$EVENTS_LATEST

Column Description

EVENT_SEQ_ID

The unique RAW ID of an event sequence

EVENT_ID

The unique RAW ID of the latest event in the sequence

EVENT_CLASS

The event class to which this event belongs

SEVERITY

The severity of the event

LAST_ANNOTATION_SEQ

The sequence ID of the last annotation entered for this sequence

MSG

The event message

EVENT_NAME

The internal event name describing the nature of the events

INCIDENT_ID

The incident ID to which this event belongs (if any)

INCIDENT_NUM

The end-user readable number or ID for the incident

TARGET_GUID

The target GUID to which the events of the sequence belong. If the sequence is not related to any target, then this value is set to NULL.

SOURCE_OBJ_TYPE

The source object or entity type to which the events of the sequence belong. Default value is NULL

SOURCE_OBJ_ID

The source object or entity GUID to which the events of the sequence belong. Default value is NULL

OPEN_STATUS

The status of the event sequence. The event sequence is considered open if the severity of the last event is a non-clear severity.

Possible values:

  • 1: Open

  • 0: Closed

CLOSED_DATE

The date when the event is marked as closed, that is, when the event sequence is cleared

CREATION_DATE

The date the event sequence was created

LAST_UPDATED_DATE

The date when this event sequence was last updated


20.11.6 MGMT$EVENTS

The MGMT$EVENTS view shows the details of all the raw events in a given sequence of events. A sequence is a series of raw events that are related to the same source and reporting on the same issue. For example, for a given host, if the CPU utilization goes from warning to critical and then to warning again, then these three events are correlated into a single sequence with three raw events with warning as the latest state.

Table 20-91 MGMT$EVENTS

Column Description

EVENT_SEQ_ID

The unique RAW ID of the event sequence

EVENT_ID

The unique RAW ID of the event

SIGNATURE_ID

The ID of the unique signature of raw events that is used to correlate all raw events to a sequence

EVENT_CLASS

The event class to which this event belongs

SEVERITY

The severity of the raw event

LAST_ANNOTATION_SEQ

The sequence ID of the last annotation entered for this sequence

MSG

The event message

EVENT_NAME

The internal event name describing the nature of the events

INCIDENT_ID

The incident ID to which this event belongs (if applicable)

INCIDENT_NUM

The end-user readable number or ID for the incident

TARGET_GUID

The target GUID to which the event belongs. If the sequence is not related to any target, then this value is set to NULL.

SOURCE_OBJ_TYPE

The source object or entity type to which the event belongs. Default value is NULL

SOURCE_OBJ_ID

The source object or entity GUID to which the event belongs. Default value is NULL

OPEN_STATUS

The status of the event sequence. The event sequence is considered open if the severity of the last event is a non-clear severity.

Possible values:

  • 1: Open

  • 0: Closed

CLOSED_DATE

The date when the event is marked as closed, that is, when the event sequence is cleared

REPORTED_DATE

The date when the event was reported


20.11.7 MGMT$EVENT_ANNOTATION

The MGMT$EVENT_ANNOTATION view is the view for the mapping between events and annotations. Each event can have multiple annotations.

Note:

Annotations are associated with the sequence and not with the individual raw events

Table 20-92 MGMT$EVENT_ANNOTATION

Column Description

EVENT_SEQ_ID

The unique RAW ID of an event sequence

EVENT_INSTANCE_ID

The unique RAW ID of an event instance

ANNOTATION_SEQ_NUM

The order ID in which the annotations is added

ANNOTATION_DATE

The time stamp when the annotation is made

ANNOTATION_TYPE

The type of the annotation, that is, whether it is user or system generated.

Possible values:

  • USER

  • SYSTEM

ANNOTATION_USER

The user which added the annotation

ANNOTATION_MSG

The annotation message

OPEN_STATUS

The status of the event sequence. The event sequence is considered open if the severity of the last event is a non-clear severity.

Possible values:

  • 1: Open

  • 0: Closed

CLOSED_DATE

The date when the event is marked as closed, that is, when the event sequence is cleared


20.11.8 MGMT$PROBLEMS

The MGMT$PROBLEMS view provides a view of the attributes of the problem including its summary message.

Table 20-93 MGMT$PROBLEMS

Column Description

PROBLEM_ID

The unique RAW ID of the problem

PROBLEM_NUM

The end-user visible ID of the problem

SUMMARY_MSG

Summary message of the problem

SEVERITY

The severity of the problem

IS_ESCALATED

Specifies whether the issue is escalated.

Possible values:

  • 1: Yes

  • 0: No

ESCALATION_LEVEL

If the problem is escalated, then this value specifies the escalation level. This value can be between level 1 and level 5.

PRIORITY

The priority level of the incident.

Possible values:

  • None

  • Urgent

  • Very High

  • High

  • Medium

  • Low

RESOLUTION_STATE

The resolution state of the issue

OWNER

The owner of the issue. If there is no owner, then this value is "-".

IS_ACKNOWLEDGED

Specifies whether the problem is acknowledged.

Possible values:

  • 1: Yes

  • 0: No

IS_SUPPRESSED

Specifies whether the problem is suppressed.

Possible values:

  • 1: Yes

  • 0: No

LAST_ANNOTATION_SEQ

The sequence ID of the last annotation entered for this issue

CREATION_DATE

The date the problem was created

LAST_UPDATED_DATE

The date when this problem was updated last

INC_COUNT

The number of incidents associated with this problem

OPEN_STATUS

Specifies the status of the problem.

Possible values:

  • 1: Open

  • 0: Closed

CLOSED_DATE

The date when the problem is closed (if it is closed)

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID of a target (can be null). This value is set only when all the incidents in the problem belong to the same target or source object combination.

It is set to null when the incidents belong to multiple sources.

Note: For this release, problems can be associated with a single target only

PROBLEM_KEY

Unique signature of this problem

SR_ID

ID of the service request associated with this problem, if any

BUG_ID

ID of the bug associated with this problem, if any


20.11.9 MGMT$PROBLEM_ANNOTATION

The MGMT$PROBLEM_ANNOTATION view is the view for the mapping between problems and annotations. Each problem can have multiple annotations.

Table 20-94 MGMT$PROBLEM_ANNOTATION

Column Description

PROBLEM_ID

The unique RAW ID of a problem

ANNOTATION_SEQ

The order ID in which the annotations is added

ANNOTATION_MSG

The annotation message

ANNOTATION_DATE

The time stamp when the annotation is made

ANNOTATION_TYPE

The type of the annotation, either user or system generated. Valid values are 'USER' or 'SYSTEM'

ANNOTATION_USER

The user which added the annotation

OPEN_STATUS

Specifies the status of the problem.

Possible values:

  • 1: Open

  • 0: Closed

CLOSED_DATE

The date when the problem is closed


20.12 Glassfish Views

This section provides a description of each event view and its columns.

For examples of how to use views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.12.1 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DOMAIN

The MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DOMAIN view displays general information about the glassfish domain target.

Table 20-95 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DOMAIN

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target.

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: glassfish_domain

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot which collected the config metric

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

DOMAINNAME

Name of the domain

FULLVERSION

Version of the domain

CONFIGDIR

Config directory of the domain

INSTALLDIR

Install directory of the domain

DEBUGPORT

Debug port of the node

SECUREADMINENABLED

Secure admin enabled or not


20.12.2 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_NODES

The MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_NODES view displays general information about the nodes configured on a glassfish domain target.

Table 20-96 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_NODES

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target.

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: glassfish_domain

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot which collected the config metric

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NODENAME

Name of the node

NODEDIR

Directory of the node

NODEHOST

Host of the node

TYPE

Type of the node

INSTALLDIR

Install directory of the node


20.12.3 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_SERVER

The MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_SERVER view displays general information about the glassfish server target.

Table 20-97 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_SERVER

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target.

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: glassfish_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot which collected the config metric

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

SERVERNAME

Name of the server

HOST

Host of the server

SERVERVERSION

The version of the server

SERVICEURL

The ServiceURL of the server

LISTEPORT

The listenport of the server

JAVAVENDOR

The name of the java vendor

JAVAVERSION

The version of the java


20.12.4 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_SVR_PROP

The MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_SVR_PROP view displays the system properties of the glassfish server target.

Table 20-98 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_SVR_PROP

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target.

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: glassfish_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot which collected the config metric

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

The system property name

TYPE

The system property value


20.12.5 MMGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_NW_LSTNR

The MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_NW_LSTNR view displays the network listeners of the glassfish server target.

Table 20-99 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_NW_LSTNR

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target.

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: glassfish_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot which collected the config metric

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

The name of the network listener

PROTOCOL

The protocol of the network listener

TRANSPORT

The name of the transport

ADDRESS

The address of the listener

ENABLED

The enabled flag of the network listener

SECURITYENABLED

The security enabled flag of the network listener

PORT

The port of the network listener


20.12.6 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DATASOURCE

The MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DATASOURCE view displays information about the JDBC Datasource.

Table 20-100 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DATASOURCE

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target.

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: glassfish_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot which collected the config metric

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

JDBCDATASOURCENAME

The name of the JDBC datasource

JNDINAME

The JNDI name of the datasource

POOLNAME

The name of the connection pool

MINPOOLSIZE

The initial and minium pool size

MAXPOOLSIZE

The maximum pool size

POOLRESIZEQUANTITY

The pool resize quantity

STATEMENTCACHESIZE

The statement cache size

IDLETIMEOUT

The idle timeout


20.12.7 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DS_PROP

The MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DS_PROP view displays the properties of a JDBC datasource for the glassfish server target.

Table 20-101 MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DATASOURCE

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target.

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: glassfish_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

CM_SNAPSHOT_TYPE

The type of snapshot which collected the config metric

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

JDBCDATASOURCENAME

The name of the JDBC datasource

NAME

The property name

VALUE

The property value


20.13 Hardware Views

This section provides a description of each hardware view and its columns.

For examples of how to use views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.13.1 MGMT$HW_CPU_DETAILS

The MGMT$HW_CPU_DETAILS view returns a summary of hardware CPU details.

Table 20-102 MGMT$HW_CPU_DETAILS

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of target for this metric

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

VENDOR_NAME

The name of the hardware vendor

FREQUENCY_IN_MHZ

The frequency measured in MHz

ECACHE_IN_MB

The size of the ecache measured in MB

IMPL

The details of the implementation

REVISION

The revision details

MASK

The mask details

INSTANCE_COUNT

This is a count of the CPU devices

NUM_CORES

The number of cores per physical CPU

IS_HYPERTHREAD_ENABLED

Defines whether hyperthreading is enabled for this physical CPU (set to 0 or 1)

SIBLINGS

Total number of logical processors for this physical CPU

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection


20.13.2 MGMT$HW_NIC

The MGMT$HW_NIC view returns a summary of hardware network interface card (NIC) information.

Table 20-103 MGMT$HW_NIC

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of target for this metric

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

HOST_NAME

The name of the host

NAME

The NIC name

INET_ADDRESS

The NIC address

MAX_TRANSFER_UNIT

The NIC maximum transfer unit

BROADCAST_ADDRESS

The NIC broadcast address

FLAGS

The NIC flags

MASK

The NIC masks

MAC_ADDRESS

The NIC MAC address

MAC_ADDRESS_STD

The STD NIC MAC address

DHCP_ENABLED

Defines whether DHCP is enabled (set to Y or N)

HOST_ALIASES

The NIC host aliases

INET6_ADDRESSES

The Ipv6 addresses of the host

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection

IS_PHYSICAL

Defines whether the NIC is physical or not (set to 0 or 1)


20.13.3 MGMT$HW_NIC_BONDS

The MGMT$HW_NIC_BONDS view returns a summary of hardware network interface card (NIC) bonds information.

Table 20-104 MGMT$HW_NIC_BONDS

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of target for this metric

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

BOND_NAME

The name of the bond

PRIMARY_SLAVE

The primary slave of the bond

SECONDARY_SLAVES

The secondary slaves of the bond

BOND_MODE

The mode of the bond, for example, Balanced

OPTIONS

The options used when the bond is created

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection


20.13.4 MGMT$HW_IO_DEVICES

The MGMT$HW_IO_DEVICES view returns a summary of IO device details.

Table 20-105 MGMT$HW_IO_DEVICES

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of target for this metric

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

VENDOR_NAME

The vendor name

NAME

The name of the IO device

FREQ_IN_MHZ

The frequency in MHz

BUS

The bus type

REVISION

The revision of the IO device

INSTANCE_COUNT

This is a count of the IO devices that have the same vendor name, name, and so on

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection


20.14 Inventory Views

This section provides a description of each inventory view and its columns.

For examples of how to use these views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.14.1 MGMT$TARGET

The MGMT$TARGET view displays information about the managed targets that are known to the Management Repository. These targets may or may not be actively monitored.

Table 20-106 MGMT$TARGET

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The type of the target. Types of targets may include databases, hosts, web servers, applications, or Application Servers. The definer of the collection definition at the Management Agent defines the target type. The target type defines the set of metrics that are collected for a managed target within the Management Repository.

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target.

TYPE_VERSION

The target type meta version of the metadata set. Metadata versions may be updated when applying patches or upon new releases of Enterprise Manager Grid Control.

TYPE_QUALIFIER1-5

Up to five qualifiers can be used to distinguish different metric definitions based on different system configurations. Example qualifier entries might include operating system version, database version, or Oracle RAC configuration.

EMD_URL

The URL address of the Management Agent that is managing the target

TIMEZONE_REGION

The time zone region in which the target operates

DISPLAY_NAME

User-friendly name for the target

HOST_NAME

Name of the host where the target is running. For composite targets or targets that span a host, this column will be NULL.

LAST_METRIC_LOAD_TIME

Timestamp when information for this target was last loaded into the Management Repository. If metrics have not been loaded into the Management Repository for the target, this column will be NULL.

TYPE_DISPLAY_NAME

User-friendly name of the target type


Usage Notes

  • Display a list of the targets known to the Management Repository.

  • Display administration and monitoring information in the context of a managed target.

  • Order the targets by last load time for customers to get a sense on how recent the information is for a target in the Management Repository. To access this information in an ordered way, customers should use the appropriate ORDER BY clause with the view.

  • Access to this view will use an index if the query references the target name and target type.

  • There is an implicit assumption that customers will not use this view to identify the targets that are owned by a Management Agent or the targets that reside on a specific host.

20.14.2 MGMT$TARGET_TYPE

The MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view displays metric descriptions for a given target name and target type. This information is available for the metrics for the managed targets that have been loaded into the Management Repository. Metrics are specific to the target type.

Table 20-107 MGMT$TARGET_TYPE

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

TYPE_VERSION

The target type meta version of the metadata set. Metadata versions may be updated when applying patches or upon new releases of Enterprise Manager Grid Control.

TYPE_QUALIFIER1-5

Up to five qualifiers can be used to distinguish different metric definitions based on different system configurations. Example qualifier entries may include operating system version, database version, or Oracle RAC configuration.

METRIC_NAME

The name of the metric that is being defined

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space.

For example, if a table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view is to be defined as a table metric, Column Name, Data Type, and Description would be metric columns.

KEY_COLUMN

For table metrics, the key column contains the name of the column in the table that represents the primary key. Values in this column must uniquely identify rows in the table. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space;

For example, the Column Name would be the key column if this table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view was being defined as a table metric.

METRIC_TYPE

A DECODE of the internal numeric type of the metric that is being defined. This column will contain one of the following values:

  • Number

  • String

  • Table

  • Raw

  • External

  • Repository Metric

METRIC_LABEL

A intuitive display name for the metric that is being defined

COLUMN_LABEL

For table metrics, the column label contains a user understandable display name for the metric column

DESCRIPTION

A description of the metric that is being defined

DESCRIPTION_NLSID

The NLSid of the description of the metric

UNIT

The unit of the metric that is being defined

UNIT_NLSID

The NLSid of the unit of the metric being defined

SHORT_NAME

This is a shortened version of the metric display name for the "dense" UI concept

SHORT_NAME_NLSID

The NLSid of the short name of the metric being defined


Usage Notes

  • List the set of metrics that have been defined for a target type.

  • Display intuitive metric names and associated attributes such as unit in a general way during portal, web application, or custom 4GL report generation.

  • Access to this view will use an index if the query references the metric name, metric column. The query should also qualify the target name and target type in order to restrict the amount of information returned.

20.14.3 MGMT$TARGET_TYPE_DEF

The MGMT$TARGET_TYPE_DEF view displays definition information for a target type.

Table 20-108 MGMT$TARGET_TYPE_DEF

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TYPE_DISPLAY_NAME

User-friendly name of the target type

TARGET_TYPE_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) of the target type

MAX_TYPE_META_VER

The maximum version of the target type stored in the Management Repository


20.14.4 MGMT$TARGET_ASSOCIATIONS

The MGMT$TARGET_ASSOCIATIONS view displays the various associations between targets. This view can be used to find all types of associations for a given target.

Table 20-109 MGMT$TARGET_ASSOCIATIONS

Column Description

ASSOC_DEF_NAME

Name of the association definition

SOURCE_TARGET_NAME

Target name of the target to which the association is being defined

SOURCE_TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the target for which the association is being defined. ”ANY” can be used to specify that any target type be used.

ASSOC_TARGET_NAME

Target Name of the target which is being associated with the source target

ASSOC_TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the associated target. ”ANY” can be used to specify that any target type be used

SCOPE_TARGET_NAME

The target under whose scope the association is valid

This applies to non-global associations only. For example: A database may be part of a composite target only for a particular service.

SCOPE_TARGET_TYPE

The target type for which the association is valid. This applies to non-global associations only.

ASSOCIATION_TYPE

The type of association


Usage Notes

  • Can be used to list the associations defined for a specific target.

  • Queries using this view will use an index if either (source_target_name, source_target_type) or (assoc_target_name, assoc_target_type) is specified.

20.14.5 MGMT$TARGET_MEMBERS

The MGMT$TARGET_MEMBERS view displays the list of direct members for a target.

Table 20-110 MGMT$TARGET_MEMBERS

Column Description

AGGREGATE_TARGET_NAME

Target name of the aggregate target

AGGREGATE_TARGET_TYPE

Target type of the aggregate target

AGGREGATE_TARGET_GUID

Target GUID of the aggregate target

MEMBER_TARGET_NAME

Target name of the member target

MEMBER_TARGET_TYPE

Target type of the member target

MEMBER_TARGET_GUID

Target GUID of the member target


Usage Notes

  • Find the members for a aggregate target.

  • Find the aggregate targets for which a given target is a direct member.

  • Queries, which specify values for (AGGREGATE_TARGET_NAME, AGGREGATE_TARGET_TYPE) or (MEMBER_TARGET_NAME, MEMBER_TARGET_TYPE) will use index.

  • Joins using AGGREGATE_TARGET_GUID and MEMBER_TARGET_GUID will be efficient.

20.14.6 MGMT$TARGET_FLAT_MEMBERS

The MGMT$TARGET_FLAT_MEMBERS view displays the list of all direct and indirect members of the target.

Table 20-111 MGMT$TARGET_FLAT_MEMBERS

Column Description

AGGREGATE_TARGET_NAME

The target name of the aggregate target

AGGREGATE_TARGET_TYPE

The target type of the aggregate target

AGGREGATE_TARGET_GUID

Target GUID of the aggregate target

MEMBER_TARGET_NAME

Target Name of the member target

MEMBER_TARGET_TYPE

Target type of the member target

MEMBER_TARGET_GUID

Target GUID of the member target


Usage Notes

  • Find the members for an aggregate target.

  • Find the aggregate targets for which a given target is a member either directly or indirectly.

  • Queries, which specify values for (AGGREGATE_TARGET_NAME, AGGREGATE_TARGET_TYPE) or (MEMBER_TARGET_NAME, MEMBER_TARGET_TYPE), will use index.

  • Joins using AGGREGATE_TARGET_GUID and MEMBER_TARGET_GUID will be the most efficient on this view.

20.14.7 MGMT$TARGET_TYPE_PROPERTIES

The MGMT$TARGET_TYPE_PROPERTIES view displays the default list of properties that are applicable to the target based on the target type to which the target belongs.

Table 20-112 MGMT$TARGET_TYPE_PROPERTIES

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target

TARGET_TYPE

Name of the target type

PROPERTY_NAME

Name of the property, such as is_aggregate, is_service, IsBaselineable

PROPERTY_VALUE

Value of the property


Usage Notes

List the properties applicable to the target and the default values.

20.14.8 MGMT$TARGET_PROPERTIES

The MGMT$TARGET_PROPERTIES view displays detailed target properties.

Table 20-113 MGMT$TARGET_PROPERTIES

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

PROPERTY_NAME

The name of the target property being defined

PROPERTY_VALUE

The value of the target property being defined

PROPERTY_TYPE

The type of the target property being defined. Possible values are:

INSTANCE, if the property is applicable to the target instance.

DYNAMIC, if the property is calculated dynamically.


20.15 Job Views

A job is a unit of work that you define to automate commonly-run tasks. This section provides a description of each job view and its columns.

20.15.1 MGMT$CA_TARGETS

The MGMT$CA_TARGETS view provides basic information about a Corrective Action (CA).

Table 20-114 MGMT$CA_TARGETS

Column Description

CA_NAME

Name of the CA

CA_ID

Unique ID of the CA

CA_OWNER

Owner of the CA

CA_DESCRIPTION

Description of the CA

JOB_TYPE

Job type of the CA

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target associated with the CA

TARGET_TYPE

Type of target associated with the CA

TARGET_GUID

Unique ID of the target associated with the CA

IS_BROKEN

Specifies whether the CA is broken

Possible values:

  • 1: CA is broken

  • 0: CA is not broken


20.15.2 MGMT$CA_EXECUTIONS

The MGMT$CA_EXECUTIONS view provides a summary of the Corrective Actions (CA) executions along with the status and targets for each execution.

Table 20-115 MGMT$CA_EXECUTIONS

Column Description

CA_NAME

Name of the CA

CA_OWNER

Owner of the CA

CA_ID

Unique ID of the CA

JOB_TYPE

Job type of the CA

EXECUTION_ID

Execution ID of the CA

SCHEDULED_TIME

Scheduled time for the CA execution

START_TIME

Start time of the CA execution (in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC))

END_TIME

End time of the CA execution (in UTC)

TRIGGERING_SEVERITY

Severity that triggered the CA

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target on which the CA executed

Note: This value can be different from the target with which the CA is associated

TARGET_TYPE

Type of target on which the CA executed

TARGET_GUID

Unique ID of the target on which the CA executed

TIMEZONE_REGION

The time zone region associated with the execution

STATUS

Represents the status of the execution

Possible values:

  • Scheduled: The execution is scheduled

  • Running: The execution has steps that have ran already or are running currently

  • Error: The execution encountered internal errors and terminated

  • Failed: Some steps of the execution ran into failures

  • Succeeded: The execution ran as expected

  • Suspended By User: The user suspended the execution

  • Suspended: Agent Unreachable: The execution cannot continue because the Management Agent cannot be contacted

  • Stopped: The execution is stopped explicitly

  • Suspended on Lock: The execution cannot continue because it is waiting for a logical lock to be obtained

  • Suspended on Event: The execution cannot continue because it is waiting for an internal event (such as a Management Agent restart) or a timeout to occur

  • Suspended on Blackout: The execution cannot proceed because the target it is supposed to run against is under blackout

  • Suspend Pending: The user initiated a suspension of the execution but the execution is still running because some steps cannot be suspended

  • Stop Pending: The user initiated a stop of the execution but the execution is waiting for some steps that could not be stopped

  • Inactive: This status is not used in the current release

  • Queued: The execution is submitted against a queue and there are executions that must complete before this execution can complete

  • Waiting: This execution tracks the next schedule compared to the current scheduled, running, or suspended execution

  • Skipped: The execution did not start and its corresponding schedule was skipped. The skip could be due to many reasons, such as overshooting the start grace period, previous schedule not completed when the scheduled time of this execution passed, or the OMS is down. These executions have no corresponding steps

  • Reassigned: The owner of the job has changed and the new owner has not updated the job to claim ownership.

  • Missing Credentials: The execution is blocked waiting for the user to supply target credentials

  • Action Required: The execution is blocked waiting for user action

  • Suspended on Broken Target: The execution cannot proceed becasue the corresponding target is broken (it has metric collection issues)

STATUS_INTERNAL

Internal status of the execution.

STATUS_CODE

Status code of the execution. The meaning of this column varies depending on the job type and the steps ran for the execution. This code usually maps ot the exit cilde of the step that rolls up the status.

STATUS_BUCKET

The status bucket to which the execution corresponds.

Note: This value can change from one release to another or between patchsets. Oracle recommends that you do not use this value as filtering criteria

STATE_CYCLE

Provides a lifecycle representation of the status of the execution.

Possible values:

  • SCHEDULED: The execution has no steps that are executed. All steps corresponding to the execution are either scheduled to be picked up shortly or later in the future

  • RUNNING: The execution has at least one step that ran or is running while no steps are blocked waiting for external processing

  • SUSPENDED: The execution is blocked and is waiting for external processing or an external event. For example, the user might have suspended the execution or a step of the execution might be waiting for some other system to respond (such as clearing of blackout, or a Management Agent restart). Such an execution cannot proceed until a timeout occurs or the event that the execution is waiting on occurs.

  • FINISHED: The execution has reached a terminal status where no further execution is possible. These executions usually cannot be manipulated in any way (except for failed executions that can be retried, but the retry operation creates a new execution, and does not affect the current execution)


20.15.3 MGMT$JOBS

The MGMT$JOBS view displays information about a job including the job's schedule.

Table 20-116 MGMT$JOBS

Column Description

JOB_NAME

The unique name for the job

JOB_ID

The unique system identifier for the job

JOB_OWNER

The owner or creator of the job

JOB_DESCRIPTION

Optional text describing the job function

JOB_TYPE

The job type. For example, multi-task, SQL script or OS Command.

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target the job was submitted against. Applies to single-target jobs only

IS_LIBRARY

Indicates whether or not the job is part of the job library

IS_RESTARTABLE

Indicates whether the job can be restarted. ”0” indicates the job is not restartable. ”1” indicates the job is not restartable.

By default, a job is not restartable if the original job owner is deleted and the job is transferred to another administrator.

START_TIME

The scheduled start time. For daily, days of week and days of month schedules, the start_time denotes when the job should start.

END_TIME

For all periodic schedules, the last date (and time) to run the job. For daily, day of week and day of month schedules, only the date portion is used.

TIMEZONE_TYPE

Possible values are:

  • 1 - Repository (deprecated)

  • 2 - Agent

  • 3 - Specified Offset/Region (offset from GMT)

  • 4 - Specified Offset/Region (time zone region name)

TIMEZONE_REGION

The specified time zone region

SCHEDULE_TYPE

Possible values are:

  • 1 - One Time

  • 2 - Interval

  • 3 - Daily

  • 4 - Weekly

  • 5 - Monthly

  • 6 - Yearly

INTERVAL

If schedule_type is interval (2), this is the interval at which the job repeats, in minutes

EXECUTION_HOURS

Indicates the time of day at which the job will execute. Hours are specified using the 24-hour format (0 to 23)

EXECUTION_MINUTES

Indicates the time of day at which the job will execute. Minutes are specified as a number between 0 and 59

MONTHS

For days-of-year job schedules, this indicates the ”month” in the schedule

DAYS

For day-of-week/month or day(s) of the week job schedules, this indicates the ”day” of the week/month.

Days-of-week specified as numbers 1 (Sunday) to 7 (Saturday).

Days-of-month specified as numbers 1 to 31.


20.15.4 MGMT$JOB_TARGETS

The MGMT$JOB_TARGETS view displays the target(s) the job was submitted against.

Table 20-117 MGMT$JOB_TARGETS

Column Description

JOB_NAME

The unique name for the job

JOB_OWNER

The owner or creator of the job

JOB_ID

Unique id of the submitted job

JOB_TYPE

The job type. For example, multi-task, SQL script or OS Command.

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target the job was submitted against

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target the job was submitted against. Applies to single-target jobs only.

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target


20.15.5 MGMT$JOB_EXECUTION_HISTORY

The MGMT$JOB_EXECUTION_HISTORY view displays a summary of job executions along with their status and targets for each execution.

Table 20-118 MGMT$JOB_EXECUTION_HISTORY

Column Description

JOB_NAME

The unique name for the job

JOB_OWNER

The owner of the job

JOB_ID

The unique system identifier for the job

JOB_TYPE

The job type. For example, multi-task, SQL script or OS Command.

EXECUTION_ID

The unique execution identifier

SCHEDULED_TIME

The scheduled time of job execution (using the time zone specified by TIMEZONE_REGION)

START_TIME

The actual time (UTC) the job executed

END_TIME

The actual time (UTC) the job ended execution

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target the job was submitted against

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target the job was submitted against. Applies to single-target jobs only.

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

TIMEZONE_REGION

The time zone region specifying to the job execution

STATUS

The current status of the job execution

Valid values:

  • Scheduled: The job execution is scheduled

  • Running: The job execution had steps that are run already or are running at the moment

  • Error: The job execution encountered internal errors and stopped unexpectedly

  • Failed: Some of the steps of the job execution failed

  • Succeeded: The job execution completed as expected

  • Suspended By User: The user suspended the job execution

  • Suspended: Agent Unreachable: The job execution cannot continue because it cannot contact the Management Agent

  • Stopped: The job execution is stopped

  • Suspended on Lock: The job execution cannot proceed because it waiting for a logical lock to be obtained

  • Suspended on Event: The job execution cannot proceed because it is waiting for an internal event (such as restarting the Management Agent) or a timeout to occur

  • Suspended on Blackout: The job execution cannot proceed because the target that the job is running against is under blackout

  • Suspend Pending: The user initiated a suspension but the job execution is still running because some steps could not be suspended

  • Stop Pending: The user initiated a stop but the job execution is waiting for some steps that could not be stopped

  • Inactive: This status is not used in the current release

  • Queued: The job execution is submitted against a queue and there are other jobs that must complete before this job execution can proceed

  • Waiting: The job execution tracks the next schedule compared to the current scheduled or running or suspended job execution

  • Skipped: The job execution did not start and its corresponding schedule is skipped

  • Reassigned: The job owner is changed and the new owner has not updated to job to claim ownership

  • Missing Credentials: The job execution is blocked and is waiting for the user to supply target credentials

  • Action Required: The job execution is blocked waiting for user action

  • Suspended on Broken Target: The job execution cannot proceed because the corresponding target is broken

STATUS_INTERNAL

The internal integer status of the job execution

STATUS_CODE

The status code of the job execution. This integer usually maps to the exit code of the step that rolls up the status.

STATUS_BUCKET

The status bucket to which the execution corresponds

Note: This value can change between patchsets and Oracle recommends that you do not use this value as filtering criteria

STATE_CYCLE

Provides a lifecycle representation of the status of the execution

Valid values:

  • SCHEDULED: The execution has no steps that are executed yet

  • RUNNING: The execution has at least one step that ran or is running and no steps are blocked

  • SUSPENDED: The execution has blocked steps that are waiting for external processing or an external event

  • FINISHED: The execution has reached where no further execution is possible

SOURCE_EXECUTION_ID

The execution which was retried and caused this execution (EXECUTION_ID). For executions that are not retried, the SOURCE_EXECUTION_ID is the same as the EXECUTION_ID.

RETRIED

This value is set to 1 if this execution is retried. Otherwise, it is set to 0


20.15.6 MGMT$JOB_STEP_HISTORY

The MGMT$JOB_STEP_HISTORY view displays step-level details of job executions.

Table 20-119 MGMT$JOB_STEP_HISTORY

Column Description

JOB_NAME

The unique name for the job

JOB_OWNER

The owner or creator of the job

JOB_ID

The unique system identifier for the job

EXECUTION_ID

The unique execution identifier

STEP_NAME

The name of the job step

START_TIME

The start time of the job step

END_TIME

The end time of the job step

STATUS

The current status of the job execution

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target the job was submitted against

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target the job was submitted against. Applies to single-target jobs only.

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

OUTPUT

Generated job output

STATUS_INTERNAL

The internal integer status of the job step

STATUS_CODE

The status code of the job execution. This integer usually maps to the exit code of the step that rolls up the status

STEP_ID

The step ID of the job step

STEP_TYPE

The step type of the job step


20.15.7 MGMT$JOB_ANNOTATIONS

The MGMT$JOB_ANNOTATIONS view displays a summary of annotations for changes in job status.

Table 20-120 MGMT$JOB_ANNOTATIONS

Column Description

JOB_NAME

The unique name for the job

JOB_OWNER

The owner or creator of the job

JOB_STATUS

The job status. Possible values are as follows:

  • 1: Scheduled

  • 2: Executing

  • 3: Aborted

  • 4: Failed

  • 5: Completed

  • 6: Suspended

  • 7: Agent Down

  • 8: Stopped

  • 9: Suspended/Lock

  • 11: Suspended/Blackout

  • 13: Suspend Pending

  • 15: Queued

  • 16: Failed

  • 17: Waiting

  • 18: Skipped

OCCURRENCE_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the state change occurred

ANNOTATION_MESSAGE

Annotation text

ANNOTATION_TIMESTAMP

The time the annotation was created

ANNOTATED_BY

Enterprise Manager administrator who authored the annotation


20.15.8 MGMT$JOB_NOTIFICATION_LOG

The MGMT$JOB_NOTIFICATION_LOG view displays details of notification deliveries for changes in job status.

Table 20-121 MGMT$JOB_NOTIFICATION_LOG

Column Description

JOB_NAME

The unique name for the job

JOB_OWNER

The owner or creator of the job

JOB_STATUS

The job status.

Possible values:

  • 1: Scheduled

  • 2: Executing

  • 3: Aborted

  • 4: Failed

  • 5: Completed

  • 6: Suspended

  • 7: Agent Down

  • 8: Stopped

  • 9: Suspended/Lock

  • 11: Suspended/Blackout

  • 13: Suspend Pending

  • 15: Queued

  • 16: Failed

  • 17: Waiting

  • 18: Skipped

OCCURRENCE_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the state change occurred

DELIVERY_MESSAGE

The message  indicating the success or failure of the notification delivery

DELIVERY_TIMESTAMP

The time at which the log message was created


20.16 Linux Patching Views

This section provides a description of each Linux patching view and its columns.

20.16.1 MGMT$HOSTPATCH_HOSTS

The MGMT$HOSTPATCH_HOSTS view displays information required to generate compliance reports.

Table 20-122 MGMT$HOSTPATCH_HOSTS

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Host name

GROUP_NAME

The group the host belongs to

OUT_OF_DATE_PACKAGES

Number of Packages which have a newer version available

ROGUE_PACKAGES

The packages that are not supposed to be installed on the host


20.16.2 MGMT$HOSTPATCH_GROUPS

The MGMT$HOSTPATCH_GROUPS view displays additional information about a group, the maturity level which is set by the administrator and the packages which need the host to be rebooted on application.

Table 20-123 MGMT$HOSTPATCH_GROUPS

Column Description

GROUP_NAME

The (unique) name of the group

MATURITY_LEVEL

The maturity level of the group. This is set by the administrator.

NEED_REBOOT_PKGS

Comma separated list of packages which need the system to be rebooted on application


20.16.3 MGMT$HOSTPATCH_GRP_COMPL_HIST

The MGMT$HOSTPATCH_GRP_COMPL_HIST view displays information required to generate compliance history reports.

Table 20-124 MGMT$HOSTPATCH_GRP_COMPL_HIST

Column Description

GROUP_NAME

Name of the group

TOTAL_HOSTS

Number of hosts in the group

COMPLIANT_HOSTS

Number of compliant hosts in the group

LAST_CHECKED_ON

Date on which this record was collected


20.16.4 MGMT$HOSTPATCH_HOST_COMPL

The MGMT$HOSTPATCH_HOST_COMPL view displays information required to generate advisory reports.

Table 20-125 MGMT$HOSTPATCH_HOST_COMPL

Column Description

HOST_NAME

Host name

PKG_NAME

Package name

VERSION

Version of the package

IS_OUT_OF_DATE

If out of date

IS_ROGUE

If it is rogue


20.17 Management Template Views

This section provides a description of each Management Template view and its columns.

20.17.1 MGMT$TEMPLATES

The MGMT$TEMPLATES views displays details of all the management templates stored in the Management Repository.

Table 20-126 MGMT$TEMPLATES

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics and policies that are applicable for the target

TEMPLATE_NAME

The name of the template

TEMPLATE_GUID

The unique global identifier for the template

DESCRIPTION

The description of the template

OWNER

Enterprise Manager administrator who owns the template

IS_PUBLIC

The flag to specify whether the template is accessible to all EM administrators

CREATED_DATE

The date or time when the template is created in the repository

LAST_UPDATED_DATE

The date or time when the template was last modified in the repository

LAST_UPDATED_BY

The Enterprise Manager administrator who last updated the template


20.17.2 MGMT$TEMPLATE_POLICY_SETTINGS

The MGMT$TEMPLATE_POLICY_SETTINGS view displays policy settings for management templates.

Table 20-127 MGMT$TEMPLATE_POLICY_SETTINGS

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics and policies that are applicable for the target

TEMPLATE_NAME

The name of the template

TEMPLATE_GUID

The unique global identifier for the template

POLICY_NAME

The name of the policy that is associated with the template

POLICY_GUID

The unique global identifier for the policy

CATEGORY

The name of the category the policy

Refer to MGMT$METRIC_CATEGORIES for the list of all categories

KEY_VALUE

The key value for which the alert has been recorded. For composite keys, this is the first part of the key

KEY_VALUE2

For composite keys, this is the second part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE3

For composite keys, this is the third part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE4

For composite keys, this is the fourth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE5

For composite keys, this is the fifth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_OPERATOR

Specifies whether the key_value columns have any SQL wildcards.

For single key column metrics, the value is 1 if the key_value has wildcard characters, 0 otherwise.

For metrics with multiple keys, a list of operators for all key columns will be stored here. For example, a metric with 3 keys (k1, k2, k3) where K1 and K2 use wildcards and K3 uses exact match, then 011 is stored in this column

PARAMETER_NAME

The name of the parameter

PREVENT_OVERRIDE

The is a flag that specifies that the metric rows with this key_value has a template override flag. Once the template override flag is ON, any template application will not update the threshold/parameter values.

POLICY_THRESHOLD

The threshold value configured for the policy parameter

ACTION_TYPE

The corrective action type configured. Possible values are:

No-Action: when no action is configured

Corrective-Action: when a repository side corrective action is configured

Agent-Fixit Job: when an Agent side fix-it job is configured.

ACTION_JOB_TYPE

Specifies the job type of the corrective action when ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

ACTION_JOB_NAME

Specifies the job name of the corrective action when ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

ACTION_JOB_OWNER

Specifies the job owner of the corrective action when ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”


20.17.3 MGMT$TEMPLATE_METRICCOLLECTION

The MGMT$TEMPLATE_METRICCOLLECTIONS view displays information on the metric collections defined for a template.

Table 20-128 MGMT$TEMPLATE_METRICCOLLECTION

Column Description

TEMPLATE_NAME

The name of the template

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics and policies that are applicable for the target

TEMPLATE_GUID

The unique global identifier for the template

METRIC_NAME

The name of the metric for which the template collection is configured

METRIC_COLUMN

The name of the metric column for which the template collection is configured

METRIC_GUID

The unique global identifier for the metric column

COLLECTION_NAME

The name of the collection

IS_REPOSITORY

Indicates whether this is a repository-side collection. A repository-side collection has a PL/SQL evaluation procedure that is responsible for calculating the metric values.

FREQUENCY_CODE

The metric collection frequency type.

Possible values are:

  • 1: One Time

  • 2: Interval

  • 3: Daily

  • 4: Weekly

  • 5: Monthly

  • 6: Yearly

  • 7: On Demand

COLLECTION_FREQUENCY

The frequency of the metric collection. Value displayed is dependent on the frequency code:

  • For One Time, the start date-time is stored in DD-MON-YY HH24:MI format.

  • For Interval type, the frequency in minutes is stored.

  • For Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Yearly types, the hour and minute of collection is stored in HH24:MI format.

  • For On-Demand type, On-Demand is stored.

UPLOAD_POLICY

The frequency with which the metric data is uploaded/stored.


20.17.4 MGMT$TEMPLATE_METRIC_SETTINGS

The MGMT$TEMPLATE_METRIC_SETTINGS view displays management template settings.

Table 20-129 MGMT$TEMPLATE_METRIC_SETTINGS

Column Description

TEMPLATE_NAME

The name of the template

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics and policies that are applicable for the target

TEMPLATE_GUID

The unique global identifier for the template

METRIC_NAME

The name of the metric for which the template collection is configured

METRIC_COLUMN

The name of the metric column for which the template collection is configured

METRIC_GUID

The unique global identifier for the metric column

COLLECTION_NAME

The name of the collection

CATEGORY

The name of the category the policy.

Refer to MGMT$METRIC_CATEGORIES for the list of all categories.

KEY_VALUE

The key value for which the alert has been recorded. For composite keys, this is the first part of the key.

KEY_VALUE2

For composite keys, this is the second part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE3

For composite keys, this is the third part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE4

For composite keys, this is the fourth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE5

For composite keys, this is the fifth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_OPERATOR

Specifies whether the key_value columns have any SQL wildcards.

For single key column metrics, the value is 1 if the key_value has wildcard characters, 0 otherwise.

For metrics with multiple keys, a list of operators for all key columns will be stored here. For example, a metric with 3 keys (k1, k2, k3) where K1 and K2 use wildcards and K3 uses exact match, then 011 is stored in this column

PREVENT_OVERRIDE

The is a flag that specifies that the metric rows with this key_value has a template override flag. Once the template override flag is ON, any template application will not update the threshold/parameter values.

WARNING_OPERATOR

Defines the warning threshold condition to be applied

  • 0 - GT

  • 1 - EQ

  • 2 - LT

  • 3 - LE

  • 4 - GE

  • 5 - CONTAINS

  • 6 - NE

  • 7 - MATCH : regular expression

WARNING_THRESHOLD

The value of the warning threshold

CRITICAL_OPERATOR

Defines the critical threshold condition to be applied

  • 0 - GT

  • 1 - EQ

  • 2 - LT

  • 3 - LE

  • 4 - GE

  • 5 - CONTAINS

  • 6 - NE

  • 7 - MATCH : regular expression

CRITICAL_THRESHOLD

The value of the critical threshold

OCCURRENCE_COUNT

The number of times the test has to trigger to raise a violation

WARNING_ACTION_TYPE

The warning corrective action type configured. Possible values are:

  • No-Action: when no action is configured

  • Corrective-Action: when a repository side corrective action is configured

  • Agent-Fixit Job: when a Management Agent side fix-it job is configured

WARNING_ACTION_JOB_TYPE

Specifies the job type of the warning corrective action when WARNING_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

WARNING_ACTION_JOB_OWNER

Specifies the job owner of the warning corrective action when WARNING_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

WARNING_ACTION_JOB_NAME

Specifies the job name of the warning corrective action when WARNING_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

CRITICAL_ACTION_TYPE

The critical corrective action type configured. Possible values are:

  • No-Action: when no action is configured

  • Corrective-Action: when a repository side corrective action is configured

  • Agent-Fixit Job: when a Management Agent side fix-it job is configured

CRITICAL_ACTION_JOB_TYPE

Specifies the job type of the critical corrective action when CRITICAL_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

CRITICAL_ACTION_JOB_OWNER

Specifies the job owner of the critical corrective action when CRITICAL_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

CRITICAL_ACTION_JOB_NAME

Specifies the job name of the critical corrective action when CRITICAL_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”


20.18 Metric Views

This section provides a description of each metric view and its columns.

20.18.1 MGMT$METRIC_CATEGORIES

The MGMT$METRIC_CATEGORIES view displays the list of classes and categories to which the metric belongs. It can be used to classify the metric based on the class (such as service or functional) and category within the class (such as security or configuration under functional class or usage or performance under service class).

Table 20-130 MGMT$METRIC_CATEGORIES

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Defines the target type of the metric being categorized

TYPE_VERSION

Defines the version of the target type

METRIC_NAME

Defines the name of the metric

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, then the value in this column is a single space.

METRIC_GUID

A unique ID for the metric

METRIC_CLASS_NAME

Name of the metric class to which this metric belongs

METRIC_CATEGORY_NAME

Name of the category of the metric in the class

METRIC_CATEGORY_NLSID

The NLS ID of the category which is used by Enterprise Manager to translate the name to different languages


20.18.2 MGMT$METRIC_COLLECTION

The MGMT$METRIC_COLLECTION view provides the metric thresholds details, frequency, upload policy, and thresholds per target.

Table 20-131 MGMT$METRIC_COLLECTION

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Target where the metrics will be collected

TARGET_TYPE

Defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique id of the target

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, then the value in this column is a single space.

WARNING_OPERATOR

The operator for the warning threshold. This is used in the reporting environment to create a line on the graph representing the warning threshold appropriately.

Possible values:

  • 0 - GT

  • 1 - EQ

  • 2 - LT

  • 3 - LE

  • 4 - CONTAINS

  • 5 - NE

  • 6 - MATCH : regular expression

CRITICAL_OPERATOR

The operator for the critical threshold. This is used in the reporting environment to create a line on the graph representing the critical threshold appropriately.

Possible values:

  • 0 - GT

  • 1 - EQ

  • 2 - LT

  • 3 - LE

  • 4 - CONTAINS

  • 5 - NE

  • 6 - MATCH : regular expression

WARNING_THRESHOLD

Value for the warning severity

CRITICAL_THRESHOLD

Value for the critical severity

OCCURENCE_COUNT

The number of occurrences of a warning, critical, or clear severity before a severity record is generated

WARNING_COUNT

The number of consecutive times a metric value has exceeded the warning threshold

CRITICAL_COUNT

The number of consecutive times a metric value has exceeded the critical threshold


20.18.3 MGMT$METRIC_ERROR_CURRENT

The MGMT$METRIC_ERROR_CURRENT view associates current metric errors pertaining to a metric.

Table 20-132 MGMT$METRIC_ERROR_CURRENT

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target for which the metric collection error occurred

TARGET_TYPE

Target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique ID of the target for which the metric collection error occurred

METRIC_NAME

The underlying metric for which the metric collection error occurred

METRIC_GUID

A unique ID for the metric. It can be used to associate metric information with metric data information during reporting

METRIC_LABEL

User display name of the metric for which the error occurred

COLL_NAME

Name of the collection collecting the metric for which the error occurred

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

Time when the collection error occurred

ERROR_TYPE

Indicates the type of error that happened during the collection of the metric

Possible values:

  • ERROR

  • WARNING

ERROR_MESSAGE

Text of the error message


20.18.4 MGMT$METRIC_ERROR_HISTORY

The MGMT$METRIC_ERROR_HISTORY view displays the history of metric collection errors.

Table 20-133 METRIC_ERROR_HISTORY

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the metric collection error occurred

TARGET_TYPE

Target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

Target GUID of the target for which the metric collection error occurred

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric for which the error occurred

METRIC_GUID

A unique ID for the metric. It can be used to associate metric information with metric data information during reporting

METRIC_LABEL

User display name of the metric for which the error occurred

COLL_NAME

Name of the collection collecting the metric for which the error occurred

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The time when the collection error occurred

ERROR_TYPE

Indicates the type of error that happened during the collection of the metric

Possible values are:

  • ERROR

  • WARNING

ERROR_MESSAGE

Text of the error message


20.19 Monitoring Views

This section provides a description of each monitoring view and its columns.

For examples of how to use these views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.19.1 MGMT$ALERT_CURRENT

MGMT$ALERT_CURRENT displays current information for any alerts that are logged in the Management Repository that are in a non-clear state. Only the most recent open alert in a non-clear status for a given metric is displayed through this view.

Table 20-134 MGMT$ALERT_CURRENT

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

VIOLATION_GUID

Unique identifier for the alert

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric being defined

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space.For example, if this table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view was being defined as a table metric, Column Name, Data Type, and Description would be metric columns.

METRIC_LABEL

An intuitive display name for the metric that is being defined

COLUMN_LABEL

For table metrics, the column label contains an intuitive display name for the metric column

KEY_VALUE

The key value for which the alert has been recorded. For composite keys, this is the first part of the key

KEY_VALUE2

For composite keys, this is the second part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE3

For composite keys, this is the third part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE4

For composite keys, this is the fourth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE5

For composite keys, this is the fifth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date-time when the alert condition was detected by the Management Agent

ALERT_STATE

A user readable description of the internal alert code that is sent from the Management Agent to identify the state of the alert condition. A alert record is transferred to the repository from the Management Agent each time the metric threshold is crossed in either direction, or if the Management Agent is restarted. The value of this column will contain one of the following strings:

  • Warning

  • Critical

If the metric's alert condition goes into a clear state, it will no longer be visible from this view.

VIOLATION_TYPE

A user readable description of the type of violation. Possible values are:

  • Threshold Violation, when the alert is triggered based on a metric threshold

  • Availability, when the alert is triggered for an availability metric

  • Policy Violation, when the alert is triggered based on a policy violation

MESSAGE

An optional message that is generated when the alert is created that provides additional information about the alert condition

MESSAGE_NLSID

The NLSID of the alert message

MESSAGE_PARAMS

Contains the URL encoded parameters separated by "&" to be used to format the alert message

ACTION_MESSAGE

Suggested action message in English for this alert

ACTION_MESSAGE_NLSID

The NLS ID of the action message

ACTION_MESSAGE_PARAMS

Contains the URL encoded parameters for translating action message

TYPE_DISPLAY_NAME

The display name of the target type


Usage Notes

  • List the current alerts that are in a non-clear state for a metric, set of metrics, or for a managed target. If the user is only interested in non-clear alerts, counts or selects, using this view provide better performance than using the MGMT$ALERT_DETAILS view.

  • Access to this view will use an index if the query references the member target name, target type, metric name, and metric column or a subset of these columns if they are included as listed above from left to right.

20.19.2 MGMT$TARGET_METRIC_COLLECTIONS

The MGMT$TARGET_METRIC_COLLECTIONS view displays information about the metric collections.

Table 20-135 MGMT$TARGET_METRIC_COLLECTIONS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

Unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric being defined

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space.

For example, if the table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view is defined as a table metric, then Column Name, Data Type, and Description would be metric columns.

METRIC_GUID

Unique global identifier (GUID) for the metric. This ID can be used to associate metric information with metric data information during reporting.

COLLECTION_NAME

The name of the collection

IS_ENABLED

Indicates whether the collection is currently enabled

  • 0=not enabled

  • 1=enabled

IS_REPOSITORY

Indicates whether this is a repository-side collection. A repository-side collection has a PL/SQL evaluation procedure that is responsible for calculating the metric values.

FREQUENCY_CODE

The metric collection frequency type. Possible values are:

  • 1: One Time

  • 2: Interval

  • 3: Daily

  • 4: Weekly

  • 5: Monthly

  • 6: Yearly

  • 7: On Demand

COLLECTION_FREQUENCY

Frequency of the metric collection. Value displayed is dependent on the frequency code:

  • For One Time, the start date-time is stored in DD-MON-YY HH24:MI format.

  • For Interval type, the frequency in minutes is stored.

  • For Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Yearly types, the hour and minute of collection is stored in HH24:MI format.

  • For On-Demand type, On-Demand is stored.

UPLOAD_POLICY

The frequency with which the metric data is uploaded or stored


Usage Notes

List the metric collections for a given target.

20.19.3 MGMT$TARGET_METRIC_SETTINGS

The MGMT$TARGET_METRIC_SETTINGS view displays information about the current metric setting stored for all targets in the Management Repository. This view provides information for both Management Agent-side and Management Repository-side metrics.

Table 20-136 MGMT$TARGET_METRIC_SETTINGS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric being defined

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space.For example, if the table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view is defined as a table metric, then Column Name, Data Type, and Description would be metric columns.

METRIC_GUID

The unique global identifier for the metric. This ID can be used to associate metric information with metric data information during reporting.

COLLECTION_NAME

The name of the collection

CATEGORY

The name of the category the metricRefer to MGMT$METRIC_CATEGORIES for the list of all metric categories.

KEY_VALUE

The key value of the metric setting. For composite keys, this is the first part of the key.If the thresholds are not for a table metric, or the thresholds apply for all rows in the metric column, then the value in this column will contain a single space.

KEY_VALUE2

For composite keys, this is the  second part of the key

KEY_VALUE3

For composite keys, this is the  third part of the key

KEY_VALUE4

For composite keys, this is the  fourth part of the key

KEY_VALUE5

For composite keys, this is the  fifth part of the key

KEY_OPERATOR

Specifies whether the key_value columns have any SQL wildcards.For single key column metrics, the value is 1 if the key_value has wildcard characters, 0 otherwise.For metrics with multiple keys, a list of operators for all key columns will be stored here. For example, a metric with 3 keys (k1, k2, k3) where K1 and K2 use wildcards and K3 uses exact match, then 011 is stored in this column.

HAS_ACTIVE_BASELINE

The is a flag that specifies that the metric rows with this key_value has an active baseline and any user updates to thresholds or parameter values should be ignored.

PREVENT_OVERRIDE

The is a flag that specifies that the metric rows with this key_value has a template override flag. Once the template override flag is ON, any template application will not update the threshold or parameter values.

WARNING_OPERATOR

Defines the warning threshold condition to be applied

  • 0 - GT

  • 1 - EQ

  • 2 - LT

  • 3 - LE

  • 4 - GE

  • 5 - CONTAINS

  • 6 - NE

  • 7 - MATCH : regular expression

WARNING_THRESHOLD

The warning threshold value

CRITICAL_OPERATOR

Defines the critical threshold condition to be applied

  • 0 - GT

  • 1 - EQ

  • 2 - LT

  • 3 - LE

  • 4 - GE

  • 5 - CONTAINS

  • 6 - NE

  • 7 - MATCH : regular expression

CRITICAL_THRESHOLD

The critical threshold value

OCCURRENCE_COUNT

The number of times the test has to trigger to raise a violation

WARNING_ACTION_TYPE

Specifies the job type of the warning corrective action when WARNING_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

WARNING_ACTION_JOB_OWNER

Specifies the job owner of the warning corrective action when WARNING_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

WARNING_ACTION_JOB_NAME

Specifies the job name of the warning corrective action when WARNING_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

CRITICAL_ACTION_TYPE

The critical corrective action type configured. Possible values are:

  • No-Action: when no action is configured

  • Corrective-Action: when a repository side corrective action is configured

  • Agent-Fixit Job: when an Agent side fix-it job is configured.

CRITICAL_ACTION_JOB_TYPE

Specifies the job type of the critical corrective action when WARNING_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

CRITICAL_ACTION_JOB_OWNER

Specifies the job owner of the critical corrective action when WARNING_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”

CRITICAL_ACTION_JOB_NAME

Specifies the job name of the critical corrective action when WARNING_ACTION_TYPE is ”Corrective-Action”


Usage Notes

  • List all the metric setting for a given target.

  • List the metric settings for a given target and metric.

  • List the corrective actions assigned for a given target-metric.

20.19.4 MGMT$AVAILABILITY_CURRENT

The MGMT$AVAILABILITY_CURRENT view displays information about the most recent target availability information stored in the Management Repository.

Table 20-137 MGMT$AVAILABILITY_CURRENT

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

START_TIMESTAMP

The time when the target availability status change was first detected

AVAILABILITY_STATUS

Current target availability status. This column contains one of the following values:

  • Target Down

  • Target Up

  • Metric Error

  • Agent Down

  • Unreachable

  • Blackout

  • Pending/Unknown


Usage Notes

Get the current availability status of a given target.

20.19.5 MGMT$AVAILABILITY_HISTORY

The MGMT$AVAILABILITY_HISTORY view displays detailed historical information about changes in the availability status for a target over time.

Table 20-138 MGMT$AVAILABILITY_HISTORY

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

START_TIMESTAMP

The time when the target availability status change was first detected

END_TIMESTAMP

The time when the target availability status change was last detected

AVAILABILITY_STATUS

Target availability status. This column will contain one of the following values:

  • Target Down

  • Target Up

  • Metric Error

  • Agent Down

  • Unreachable

  • Blackout

  • Pending/Unknown


Usage Notes

Access to this view will use an index if the query references the member TARGET_ NAME, TARGET_TYPE and the START_TIMESTAMP.

20.19.6 MGMT$ALERT_HISTORY

The MGMT$ALERT_HISTORY view displays historical information for any alerts that are logged in the Management Repository.

Table 20-139 MGMT$ALERT_HISTORY

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

VIOLATION_GUID

Unique identifier for the alert

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric being defined

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space.

For example, if this table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view was being defined as a table metric, Column Name, Data Type, and Description would be metric columns.

METRIC_LABEL

An intuitive display name for the metric that is being defined

COLUMN_LABEL

For table metrics, the column label contains an intuitive display name for the metric column

KEY_VALUE

The key value for which the alert has been recorded. For composite keys, this is the first part of the key.

KEY_VALUE2

For composite keys, this is the second part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE3

For composite keys, this is the third part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE4

For composite keys, this is the fourth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE5

For composite keys, this is the fifth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date-time when the alert condition was detected by the Management Agent

ALERT_STATE

A user readable description of the internal alert code that is sent from the Management Agent to identify the state of the alert condition. A alert record is transferred to the repository from the Management Agent each time the metric threshold is crossed in either direction, or if the Management Agent is restarted. The value of this column will contain one of the following strings:

  • Warning

  • Critical

If the metric's alert condition goes into a clear state, it will no longer be visible from this view.

ALERT_DURATION

The time, in hours, from when the alert condition was first detected until it was cleared

MESSAGE

An optional message that is generated when the alert is created that provides additional information about the alert condition

MESSAGE_NLSID

The NLSID of the alert message

MESSAGE_PARAMS

Contains the URL encoded parameters separated by "&" to be used to format the alert message

ACTION_MESSAGE

Suggested action message in English for this alert

ACTION_MESSAGE_NLSID

The NLS ID of the action message

ACTION_MESSAGE_PARAMS

Contains the URL encoded parameters for translating action message

VIOLATION_TYPE

An intuitive description of the type of violation. Possible values are:

  • Threshold Violation: When the alert is triggered based on a metric threshold

  • Availability: When the alert is triggered for an availability metric

  • Policy Violation: When the alert is triggered based on a policy violation

TYPE_DISPLAY_NAME

The display name of the target type


20.19.7 MGMT$AVAIL_ALERT_HISTORY

The MGMT$AVAIL_ALERT_HISTORY view displays historical information for response alerts that are logged in the Management Repository.

Table 20-140 MGMT$AVAIL_ALERT_HISTORY

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier of the target

VIOLATION_GUID

The unique identifier of the violation.

VIOLATION_LEVEL

The priority level of the violation, such as:

  • 15: clear

  • 20: warning

  • 25: alert

CYCLE_GUID

Violation GUID of the first violation in the severity life cycle.

METRIC_NAME

An intuitive display name for the metric that is being defined

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, then the value in this column is a single space.

METRIC_GUID

The unique global identifier for the metric column

METRIC_LABEL

User display name of the metric

COLUMN_LABEL

For table metrics, the column label contains an intuitive displayname for the metric column

COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date-time when the alert condition was detected by the Management Agent

ALERT_STATE

A user readable description of the internal alert code that is sent from the Management Agent to identify the state of the alert condition. A alert record is transferred to the repository from the Management Agent each time the metric threshold is crossed in either direction, or if the Management Agent is restarted. The value of this column will contain one of the following strings:

  • Warning

  • Critical

ALERT_DURATION

The time, in hours, from when the alert condition was first detected until it was cleared

MESSAGE

An optional message that is generated when the alert is created that provides additional information about the alert condition

MESSAGE_NLSID

The NLSID of the alert message

MESSAGE_PARAMS

Contains the URL encoded parameters separated by "&" to be used to format the alert message

ACTION_MESSAGE

Suggested action message in English for this alert

ACTION_MESSAGE_NLSID

The NLS ID of the action message

ACTION_MESSAGE_PARAMS

Contains the URL encoded parameters for translating action message

VIOLATION_TYPE

An intuitive description of the type of violation. Possible values are:

  • Threshold Violation: When the alert is triggered based on a metric threshold

  • Availability: When the alert is triggered for an availability metric

  • Policy Violation: When the alert is triggered based on a policy violation

TYPE_DISPLAY_NAME

The display name of the target type


20.19.8 MGMT$METRIC_DETAILS

The MGMT$METRIC_DETAILS view displays a rolling 7 day window of individual metric samples. These are the metric values for the most recent sample that has been loaded into the Management Repository plus any earlier samples that have not been aggregated into hourly statistics.

Table 20-141 MGMT$METRIC_DETAILS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric being defined

METRIC_TYPE

A DECODE of the internal numeric type of the metric that is being defined. This column will contain one of the following values:

  • Number

  • String

  • Table

  • Raw

  • External

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space.For example, if this table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view was being defined as a table metric, Column Name, Data Type, and Description would be metric columns.

METRIC_LABEL

An intuitive display name for the metric that is being defined

COLUMN_LABEL

For table metrics, the column label contains an intuitive display name for the metric column

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date-time when the alert condition was detected by the Management Agent

VALUE

Since current metric values can be a numeric or a string type, this column returns the value of the metric as a string. If the user of the view is restricting the query to numeric metric values, they can use the TO_NUMBER SQL function to return the values in numeric form.

KEY_VALUE

The key value for which the alert has been recorded. For composite keys, this is the first part of the key.

KEY_VALUE2

For composite keys, this is the second part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE3

For composite keys, this is the third part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE4

For composite keys, this is the fourth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE5

For composite keys, this is the fifth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded


Usage Notes

  • Show the individual values for a metric over time.

  • Identify time periods when abnormal samples for metric were collected.

  • Calculate the correlation coefficient between two or more metrics.

  • Provide metric values that are associated with an alert.

  • Queries using this view will use an index if the queries use the target name, the target type, metric name. metric column, and key value, or if they are based upon the collection_timestamp.

20.19.9 MGMT$METRIC_CURRENT

The MGMT$METRIC_CURRENT view displays information on the most recent metric values that have been loaded into the Management Repository.

Table 20-142 MGMT$METRIC_CURRENT

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric being defined

METRIC_TYPE

A DECODE of the internal numeric type of the metric that is being defined. This column will contain one of the following values:

  • Number

  • String

  • Table

  • Raw

  • External

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space.For example, if this table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view was being defined as a table metric, Column Name, Data Type, and Description would be metric columns.

METRIC_LABEL

An intuitive display name for the metric that is being defined

COLUMN_LABEL

For table metrics, the column label contains an intuitive display name for the metric column

COLLECTION_ TIMESTAMP

The date-time when the alert condition was detected by the Management Agent

VALUE

Since current metric values can be a numeric or a string type, this column returns the value of the metric as a string. If the user of the view is restricting the query to numeric metric values, they can use the TO_NUMBER SQL function to return the values in numeric form.

KEY_VALUE

The key value for which the alert has been recorded. For composite keys, this is the first part of the key.

KEY_VALUE2

For composite keys, this is the second part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE3

For composite keys, this is the third part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE4

For composite keys, this is the fourth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE5

For composite keys, this is the fifth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded


Usage Notes

  • Retrieve the most recent value for a metric that is stored in the Management Repository.

  • Retrieve the latest metrics for a target or metric for a specific time period.

  • Queries using this view will use an index if the queries use target name, the target type, metric name. metric column, and key value, or if they are based upon the collection_timestamp.

20.19.10 MGMT$METRIC_HOURLY

The MGMT$METRIC_HOURLY view displays metric statistics information that have been aggregated from the individual metric samples into hourly time periods. For example, if a metric is collected every 15 minutes, the 1 hour rollup would aggregate the 4 samples into a single hourly value by averaging the 4 individual samples together. The current hour of statistics may not be immediately available from this view. The timeliness of the information provided from this view is dependent on when the query against the view was executed and when the hourly rollup table was last refreshed.

Table 20-143 MGMT$METRIC_HOURLY

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric being defined

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space.For example, if this table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view was being defined as a table metric, Column Name, Data Type, and Description would be metric columns.

METRIC_LABEL

An intuitive display name for the metric that is being defined

COLUMN_LABEL

For table metrics, the column label contains an intuitive display name for the metric column

KEY_VALUE

The key value for which the alert has been recorded. For composite keys, this is the first part of the key

KEY_VALUE2

For composite keys, this is the second part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE3

For composite keys, this is the third part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE4

For composite keys, this is the fourth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE5

For composite keys, this is the fifth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

ROLLUP_TIMESTAMP

The rollup timestamp identifies the start of the rollup period. For the one-hour rollups, samples that fall within the hourly boundaries from minute 00 through minute 59 inclusive will be combined. For example, samples from 12:00 AM through 12:59 AM would be combined into a single aggregated record with a rollup timestamp of "date" 12:00 AM.

SAMPLE_COUNT

The number of non NULL samples for the metric that were aggregated

AVERAGE

The average of the metric values for the samples that have been included in the rollup period

MINIMUM

The minimum value for the metric for the samples that have been included in the rollup period

MAXIMUM

The maximum value for the metric for samples that have been included in the rollup period

STANDARD_DEVIATION

The standard deviation for the metric values that have been included in the rollup period


Usage Notes

  • This view provides the best level of granularity to show changes in a metric's value over the course of a day.

  • Identify hourly time periods when a metric or sets of metrics are maximized.

  • Understand how the variability of a metric over a one hour time period.

  • Identify the values of the collected metrics for a target when a particular hour has been identified as problematic.

  • Queries using this view will use an index if the queries use the target_name, the metric_name, or if they are based upon the rollup_timestamp.

20.19.11 MGMT$METRIC_DAILY

The MGMT$METRIC_DAILY view displays metric statistics that have been aggregated from the samples collected over the previous twenty-four hour time period. The timeliness of the information provided from this view is dependent on when the query against the view was executed and when the hourly rollup table was last refreshed.

Table 20-144 MGMT$METRIC_DAILY

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target where the metric was collected. The target name uniquely identifies a managed target within the Management Repository. The target name typically contains the name of the managed entity that was provided by the system or database administrator.

TARGET_TYPE

The target type defines the set of metrics that are applicable for the target

TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier for the target

METRIC_NAME

Name of the metric being defined

METRIC_COLUMN

For table metrics, the metric column contains the name of the column in the table that is being defined. If the metric that is being defined is not a table metric, the value in this column is a single space.For example, if this table describing the MGMT$TARGET_TYPE view was being defined as a table metric, Column Name, Data Type, and Description would be metric columns.

METRIC_LABEL

An intuitive display name for the metric that is being defined

COLUMN_LABEL

For table metrics, the column label contains an intuitive display name for the metric column

KEY_VALUE

The key value for which the alert has been recorded. For composite keys, this is the first part of the key

KEY_VALUE2

For composite keys, this is the second part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE3

For composite keys, this is the third part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE4

For composite keys, this is the fourth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

KEY_VALUE5

For composite keys, this is the fifth part of the key for which the alert has been recorded

ROLLUP_TIMESTAMP

The rollup timestamp identifies the start of the rollup period. For the one-hour rollups, samples that fall within the hourly boundaries from minute 00 through minute 59 inclusive will be combined. For example, samples from 12:00 AM through 12:59 AM would be combined into a single aggregated record with a rollup timestamp of "date" 12:00 AM.

SAMPLE_COUNT

The number of non-NULL samples for the metric that were aggregated

AVERAGE

The average of the metric values for the samples that have been included in the rollup period

MINIMUM

The minimum value for the metric for the samples that have been included in the rollup period

MAXIMUM

The maximum value for the metric for samples that have been included in the rollup period

STANDARD_DEVIATION

The standard deviation for the metric values that have been included in the rollup period


Usage Notes

  • This view provides the best granularity to show changes in a metric's value over the course of a week or month.

  • Understand trends in metric values.

  • Queries using this view will use an index if the queries use the target_name, the metric_name, or if they are based upon the rollup_timestamp.

20.20 Operating System Views

This section provides a description of each Operating System view and its columns.

For examples of how to use these views, see Section 20.31, "Examples".

20.20.1 MGMT$OS_SUMMARY

The MGMT$OS_SUMMARY view contains the summary of targets installed in the Oracle home directories.

Table 20-145 MGMT$OS_SUMMARY

Column Description

VENDOR_NAME

The name of the vendor

BASE_VERSION

The OS base version

UPDATE_LEVEL

The OS update level

DISTRIBUTOR_VERSION

The OS distributor version

MAX_SWAP_SPACE_IN_MB

The maximum amount of swap space

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the operating system snapshot

ADDRESS_LENGTH_IN_BITS

The OS address length in bits

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

PLATFORM_ID

The platform ID of the host

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

TARGET_TYPE

The type of the target

START_TIMESTAMP

The time when the target availability status change was first detected.

RUN_LEVEL

The run level of the operating system

DEFAULT_RUN_LEVEL

The default run level of the operating system

PLATFORM_VERSION_ID

The platform version ID number of the application system

DBM_MEMBER

Indicates whether the host is part of an Exadata configuration

EXALOGIC_MEMBER

Indicates whether the host is part of an Exalogic configuration


20.20.2 MGMT$OS_COMPONENTS

The MGMT$OS_COMPONENTS view returns performance information for host OS components.

Table 20-146 MGMT$OS_COMPONENTS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

The name of this target

COMPONENT_NAME

The name of the software component.

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target for this view

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier for the target

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier for the snapshot

START_TIMESTAMP

The date-time when the data was first collected

INSTALLATION_DATE

The installation date of the component

VERSION

The version of the component

DESCRIPTION

The description of the component


20.20.3 MGMT$OS_HW_SUMMARY

The MGMT$OS_HW_SUMMARY view displays summary information for both operating systems and hardware.

Table 20-147 MGMT$OS_HW_SUMMARY

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Type of the target for this metric

DOMAIN

The domain of the host

OS_NAME

The operating system name

SYSTEM_CONFIGURATION

A summary of the system configuration information

MACHINE_ARCHITECTURE

A summary of the system architecture

CLOCK_FREQUENCY_IN_MHZ

The clock frequency measured in MHz

MEMORY_SIZE_IN_MB

The memory size measured in MB

LOCAL_DISK_SPACE_IN_GB

The local disk space measured in GBs

CPU_COUNT

The number of CPUs

HARDWARE_VENDOR_NAME

The name of the hardware vendor

OS_VENDOR_NAME

The name of the system vendor

OS_DISTRIBUTOR_VERSION

The distribution version

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the configuration snapshot

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

PHYSICAL_CPU_COUNT

The number of physical CPUs

LOGICAL_CPU_COUNT

The number of logical CPUs

PLATFORM_ID

The identification number of the platform

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection

OS_RUN_LEVEL

The run level of the operating system

OS_DEFAULT_RUN_LEVEL

The default run level of the operating system

HOST_ID

The host ID number

OS_PLATFORM_VERSION_ID

The operating system platform version number

OS_DBM_MEMBER

Indicates whether the host is part of an Exadata configuration

OS_EXALOGIC_MEMBER

Indicates whether the host is part of an Exalogic configuration

VIRTUAL

The identification for the given host is virtual or physical

SYSTEM_SERIAL_NUMBER

The system serial number of the host


20.20.4 MGMT$OS_PATCH_SUMMARY

The MGMT$OS_PATCH_SUMMARY view provides a summary of the patches applied to the operating system.

Table 20-148 MGMT$OS_PATCH_SUMMARY

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Type of the target for this metric

VENDOR_NAME

The name of the vendor

BASE_VERSION

The base version of the operating system

UPDATE_LEVEL

The update level of the operating system

DISTRIBUTOR_VERSION

The distributor version of the OS

MAX_SWAP_SPACE_IN_MB

The maximum swap space measured in MB

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

NUM_PATCHES

The number of OS patches found

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

TARGET_TYPE

The type of the target

START_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection

NAME

The name of the patch


20.20.5 MGMT$OS_FS_MOUNT

The MGMT$OS_FS_MOUNT view displays performance information for mounted file systems.

Table 20-149 MGMT$OS_FS_MOUNT

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target for this metric

RESOURCE_NAME

The name of the mounted resource

TYPE

The file system mount

MOUNT_LOCATION

The mount location

MOUNT_OPTIONS

The mount options

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

START_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection


20.20.6 MGMT$OS_KERNEL_PARAMS

The MGMT$OS_KERNEL_PARAMS view returns a summary for operating system kernel parameters.

Table 20-150 MGMT$OS_KERNEL_PARAMS

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target for this metric

TARGET_NAME

The name of this target

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

VALUE

The value of the parameter

NAME

The name of the parameter

SOURCE

The source of the parameter

START_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection

HOST

The name of the host


20.20.7 MGMT$OS_PATCHES

The MGMT$OS_PATCHES view returns a summary of the operating system patches.

Table 20-151 MGMT$OS_PATCHES

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

The type of target

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier for the configuration target

START_TIMESTAMP

The time-date of the last collection

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

VENDOR_NAME

The name of the vendor

NAME

The name of the patch


20.20.8 MGMT$OS_PROPERTIES

The MGMT$OS_PROPERTIES view returns a summary of the operating system properties.

Table 20-152 MGMT$OS_PROPERTIES

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target for this metric

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

NAME

The name of the property

SOURCE

The source of the property

VALUE

The value of the property

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

START_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection


20.20.9 MGMT$OS_MODULES

The MGMT$OS_MODULES view returns a summary of the operating system module details.

Table 20-153 MGMT$OS_MODULES

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target for this metric

NAME

The name of the module

SIZE_IN_BYTES

The size in bytes of the module

REFERRING_MODULES

The list of referring modules

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

START_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection


20.20.10 MGMT$OS_LIMITS

The MGMT$OS_LIMITS view returns a summary of operating system limit values

Table 20-154 MGMT$OS_LIMITS

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of target for this metric

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

TARGET_NAME

The target name

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

START_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection


20.20.11 MGMT$OS_INIT_SERVICES

The MGMT$OS_INIT_SERVICES view returns a summary of operating system init service details.

Table 20-155 MGMT$OS_INIT_SERVICES

Column Description

TARGET_TYPE

Type of target for this metric

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target

APPLICATION_ID

The application ID of the service

RUN_STATE

The run state of the service

MAPPER_VERSION

The mapper version of the service

SNAPSHOT_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the snapshot

TARGET_GUID

The globally unique identifier of the target

START_TIMESTAMP

The date-time of the last collection


20.21 Oracle Home Directory Patching Views

This section provides a description of each Oracle home directory patching view.

20.21.1 MGMT$EM_HOMES_PLATFORM

The MGMT$EM_HOMES_PLATFORM view displays the platform information about the home directories. If the home directory does not have an ARU platform ID, then the platform of the Operating System is considered as the platform of the home directory.

Table 20-156 MGMT$EM_HOMES_PLATFORM

Column Description

HOME_ID

Unique ID for the home directory

PLATFORM_ID

If the home directory has an ARU platform it is used, otherwise the platform ID of the host is picked

PLATFORM

The platform corresponding to the platform_id


20.21.2 MGMT$HOMES_AFFECTED

The MGMT$HOMES_AFFECTED view displays the list of home directories, vulnerable to bugs, which are fixed by the critical patches released. The number of alerts which are applicable to the home directory are calculated.

Table 20-157 MGMT$HOMES_AFFECTED

Column Description

HOST

Host name

HOME_DIRECTORY

Home directory location

TARGET_GUID

Unique ID for target

ALERTS

Number of alerts for this home directory


20.21.3 MGMT$APPL_PATCH_AND_PATCHSET

The MGMT$APPL_PATCH_AND_PATCHSET view displays the list of interim patches and patchsets that are applicable to the home directories.

Table 20-158 MGMT$APPL_PATCH_AND_PATCHSET

Column Description

PATCH_ID

The patch ID

TYPE

Patch or patchset

PRODUCT

The product pertaining to the patch

PATCH_RELEASE

Release version

PLATFORM

Platform on which patch is applicable

ADVISORY

The alert name

HOST_NAME

Host name

HOME_LOCATION

Home directory location

PATCH_GUID

Unique ID for the patch or patchset

TARGET_GUID

Unique ID for the target


20.21.4 MGMT$APPLIED_PATCHES

The MGMT$APPLIED_PATCHES view displays the list of patches that have been applied on the home directories along with the installation time. Each patch can fix more than one bug. The bugs are listed in a comma-separated string.

Table 20-159 MGMT$APPLIED_PATCHES

Column Description

PATCH

Patch name

BUGS

The bugs fixed by this patch

INSTALLATION_TIME

Time of installation (time zone of the target)

HOST

Host name

HOME_LOCATION

Home location

HOME_NAME

Name of the home

CONTAINER_GUID

Name of the home

TARGET_GUID

Unique ID for target


20.21.5 MGMT$APPLIED_PATCHSETS

The MGMT$APPLIED_PATCHSETS view displays the list of patchsets that have been applied on the home directories along with the installation time.

Table 20-160 MGMT$APPLIED_PATCHSETS

Column Description

VERSION

The version to which the home will get upgraded to when this patchset is applied

NAME

Patchset external name

TIMESTAMP

Time of Installation (time zone of the target)

HOST

Host name

HOME_LOCATION

Home location

HOME_NAME

Name of the home directory

CONTAINER_GUID

Name of the home directory

TARGET_GUID

Unique ID for target


20.22 Oracle Home Directory Views

This section provides a description of each Oracle home directory view and its columns.

20.22.1 MGMT$OH_HOME_INFO

The MGMT$OH_HOME_INFO view contains properties of the Oracle home targets.

Table 20-161 MGMT$OH_HOME_INFO

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home directory is installed

EMD_URL

EMD_URL of the agent monitoring this Oracle home target

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home directory

OUI_HOME_NAME

OUI home name

OUI_HOME_GUID

OUI Oracle home globally unique identifier. This is unique across all Oracle product installations.

HOME_TYPE

Type of the HOME ('O' [OUI] or 'W' [WebLogic])

HOME_POINTER

OUI Central Inventory/ Composite Home / BEA Home that contains this home

IS_CLONABLE

Is this home clonable? [0/1]

IS_CRS

Is it a Cluster Ready Services (CRS) home [0/1]

ARU_ID

ARU Platform ID of the Oracle home directory

OUI_PLATFORM_ID

OUI Platform ID of the host

HOME_SIZE

Size of the Oracle home directory (in KBytes)

HOME_RW_STATUS

Read write status of home[NRNW/RO/WO/RW]

ORACLE_BASE

Oracle Base (for OUI homes only)

OH_OWNER_ID

Oracle home owner ID

OH_OWNER

Oracle home owner

OH_GROUP_ID

Oracle home group ID

OH_GROUP

Oracle home group

OH_OWNER_GROUPS_ID

Semi colon separated list of groups IDs to which the Oracle home owner belong

OH_OWNER_GROUPS

Semi colon separated list of groups to which the Oracle home owner belongs


20.22.2 MGMT$OH_DEP_HOMES

The MGMT$OH_DEP_HOMES view contains information about other homes on which an Oracle home depends.

Table 20-162 MGMT$OH_DEP_HOMES

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

DEP_HOME_LOCATION

Install location of dependee home


20.22.3 MGMT$OH_CRS_NODES

The MGMT$OH_CRS_NODES view contains information about member nodes of a CRS Oracle home.

Table 20-163 MGMT$OH_CRS_NODES

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

NODE

Node host name


20.22.4 MGMT$OH_CLONE_PROPERTIES

The MGMT$OH_CLONE_PROPERTIES view contains information about clone properties of an Oracle home.

Table 20-164 MGMT$OH_CLONE_PROPERTIES

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

PROPERTY_NAME

Clone property name

PROPERTY_VALUE

Property value


20.22.5 MGMT$OH_COMPONENT

The MGMT$OH_COMPONENT view contains information about components installed in an Oracle home.

Table 20-165 MGMT$OH_COMPONENT

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle Home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

COMPONENT_NAME

Component name

VERSION

Current version of component

BASE_VERSION

Component base version

INSTALL_TIME

Installation time of component

IS_TOP_LEVEL

Is it a top level component [0/1]

EXTERNAL_NAME

External name of the component

DESCRIPTION

A brief description of the component

LANGUAGES

Languages supported by this component installation

INSTALLED_LOCATION

Component install location

INSTALLER_VERSION

Installer version

MIN_DEINSTALLER_VERSION

Minimum OUI version required to deinstall this component


20.22.6 MGMT$OH_COMP_INST_TYPE

The MGMT$OH_COMP_INST_TYPE view contains Install Type information about components installed in an Oracle home directory.

Table 20-166 MGMT$OH_COMP_INST_TYPE

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

COMPONENT_NAME

Component name

COMPONENT_VERSION

Component base version

NAME_ID

Install type name ID

INSTALL_TYPE_NAME

Install type name

DESC_ID

Install type desc ID


20.22.7 MGMT$OH_COMP_DEP_RULE

The MGMT$OH_COMP_DEP_RULE view contains information about a dependency relationship between components installed in an Oracle home.

Table 20-167 MGMT$OH_COMP_DEP_RULE

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

COMPONENT_NAME

Component name

COMPONENT_VERSION

Component base version

DEPENDEE_NAME

Dependee component name

DEPENDEE_VERSION

Dependee component version

DEPENDEE_HOME_GUID

Oracle home dependee component globally unique identifier


20.22.8 MGMT$OH_PATCHSET

The MGMT$OH_PATCHSET view contains information about patchsets applied on an Oracle home directory.

Table 20-168 MGMT$OH_PATCHSET

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

PATCHSET_NAME

Patchset name

PATCHSET_VERSION

Patchset version

INSTALL_TIME

Installation time of patchset

EXTERNAL_NAME

External name of the patchset

DESCRIPTION

A brief description of the patchset

INV_LOCATION

Patchset inventory location

INSTALLER_VERSION

Installer version

MIN_DEINSTALLER_VERSION

Minimum OUI version required to deinstall this patchset


20.22.9 MGMT$OH_VERSIONED_PATCH

The MGMT$OH_VERSIONED_PATCH view contains information about versioned patches applied on an Oracle home directory.

Table 20-169 MGMT$OH_VERSIONED_PATCH

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

VPATCH_NAME

Versioned patch name (should be same as the component name, on which the versioned patch is applied)

VPATCH_VERSION

Versioned patch version

BASE_COMP_VERSION

Base component version, on which the versioned patch is applied

PATCHSET_NAME

Name of the patchset this versioned patch is part of

PATCHSET_VERSION

Version of the patchset this versioned patch is part of

INSTALL_TIME

Installation time of the versioned patch

EXTERNAL_NAME

External name of the versioned patch

DESCRIPTION

A brief description of the versioned patch

LANGUAGES

Languages supported by this versioned patch

INSTALLED_LOCATION

Install location of the versioned patch

INSTALLER_VERSION

Installer version

MIN_DEINSTALLER_VERSION

Minimum OUI version required to remove this versioned patch


20.22.10 MGMT$OH_PATCH

The MGMT$OH_PATCH view contains information about patches applied on an Oracle home directory.

Table 20-170 MGMT$OH_PATCH

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

PATCH_ID

Patch ID (may be same for more than one patches)

PATCH_UPI

Unique patch identifier (putting N/A when not available in metadata)

PATCH_LANG

Patch language

BUGS_FIXED

Comma separated list of bugs fixed by the patch

INSTALL_TIME

Installation time of the patch

IS_ROLLBACKABLE

Can the patch be rolled back? [0/1]

IS_PSU

Is it a PSU? [0/1]

IS_ONLINE_PATCH

Is it an online patch?

PROFILE

Profile used to install the patch (only for WebLogic)

PATCH_TYPE

Patch type

DESCRIPTION

A brief description of the patch

XML_INV_LOCATION

Patch XML inventory location

INSTALLER_VERSION

Installer version of the patch


20.22.11 MGMT$OH_PATCHED_COMPONENT

The MGMT$OH_PATCHED_COMPONENT view contains information about components affected by a patch applied on an Oracle home directory.

Table 20-171 MGMT$OH_PATCHED_COMPONENT

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

PATCH_ID

Patch ID (may be the same for more than one patch)

PATCH_UPI

Unique Patch Identifier (putting N/A when not available in metadata)

PATCH_LANG

Patch language

COMPONENT_NAME

Affected component name

COMPONENT_VERSION

Current version of the affected component

COMPONENT_BASE_VERSION

Base version of the affected component

COMPONENT_EXTERNAL_NAME

External name of the affected component

FROM_VERSION

Version of the affected component before applying PSU

TO_VERSION

Version of the affected component after applying PSU


20.22.12 MGMT$OH_PATCH_FIXED_BUG

The MGMT$OH_PATCH_FIXED_BUG view contains information about bugs fixed by a patch applied on an Oracle home directory.

Table 20-172 MGMT$OH_PATCH_FIXED_BUG

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

PATCH_ID

Patch ID (may be the same for more than one patch)

PATCH_UPI

Unique Patch Identifier (putting N/A when not available in metadata)

PATCH_LANG

Patch language

BUG_NUMBER

Bug number of a bug fixed by a patch

BUG_DESC

Bug description of a bug fixed by a patch


20.22.13 MGMT$OH_PATCHED_FILE

The MGMT$OH_PATCHED_FILE view contains information about the files affected by a patch applied on an Oracle home directory.

Table 20-173 MGMT$OH_PATCHED_FILE

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

PATCH_ID

Patch ID (may be the same for more than one patch)

PATCH_UPI

Unique Patch Identifier (putting N/A when not available in metadata)

PATCH_LANG

Installation time of the patchset

TIMESTAMP

Patch timestamp

FILE_NAME

Name of a patched file

COMP_NAME

Name of the OUI component this file is part of

COMP_VERSION

InstaVersion of the OUI component this file is part of


20.22.14 MGMT$OH_FILE

The MGMT$OH_FILE view contains information about all the files affected by one or more patches applied on an Oracle home directory.

Table 20-174 MGMT$OH_FILE

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_NAME

OUI home name

FILE_NAME

Patched file name

LAST_PATCH_ID

Patch ID of the last patch applied on the file

LAST_PATCH_UPI

UPI of the last patch applied on the file

LAST_PATCH_LANG

Language of the last patch applied on the file

LAST_PATCH_TIMESTAMP

Timestamp of the last patch applied on the file


20.22.15 MGMT$PA_RECOM_METRIC_SOURCE

The MGMT$PA_RECOM_METRIC_SOURCE view contains data for the patch recommendations metric source.

Table 20-175 MGMT$PA_RECOM_METRIC_SOURCE

Column Description

PATCH_GUID

The GUID of the patch

PATCH

The patch number

ABSTRACT

The abstract information of the patch

CLASSIFICATION

The classification information of the patch

PA_TGT_GUID

The GUID of a target which is applicable to the recommended patch

PA_TGT_NAME

The name of a target which is applicable to the recommended patch

PA_TGT_TYPE

The type id of a target, such as 'host' or 'oracle_database'

PA_TGT_TYPE_DISPLAY_NAME

The display name of a target type such as 'Host' or 'Database Instance'

HOST_NAME

The name of a host target which host this target

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of a host target which host this target. It is the target GUID of a policy violation.


20.22.16 MGMT$OH_INV_SUMMARY

The MGMT$OH_INV_SUMMARY view contains summary of Oracle products and corresponding target types.

Table 20-176 MGMT$OH_INV_SUMMARY

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

ECM Snapshot ID of the current snapshot for the Oracle home target

OH_TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

COMP_NAME

Component name

COMP_EXTERNAL_NAME

Component external name

COMP_VERSION

Component version

IS_PATCHED

Is this Oracle home patched?[0/1]

MAP_TARGET_TYPE

Map target type

MAP_PROPERTY_NAME

Map property name

MAP_PROPERTY_VALUE

Map property value


20.22.17 MGMT$OH_INSTALLED_TARGETS

The MGMT$OH_INSTALLED_TARGETS view contains summary of targets installed in the Oracle home directories.

Table 20-177 MGMT$OH_PATCHSET

Column Description

OH_TARGET_NAME

Name of the Oracle home target

OH_TARGET_GUID

Oracle home target globally unique identifier

HOST_NAME

Name of the host on which the Oracle home is installed

HOME_LOCATION

Complete path to the Oracle home

HOME_TYPE

OUI home type

INST_TARGET_NAME

Installed target name

INST_TARGET_TYPE

Installed target type


20.23 Oracle WebLogic Server Views

This section provides a description of each Oracle WebLogic server view and its columns.

20.23.1 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_APPLICATIONS

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_APPLICATIONS view displays general information about the Application configuration.

Table 20-178 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_APPLICATIONS

Column Description

NAME

The name of the application

PATH

The fully resolved location of the application source files on the admin server

LOADORDER

A numeric value that indicates when the unit is deployed, relative to other DeployableUnits on a server, during startup

TWOPHASE

A boolean value indicating if the application is deployed using the two-phase deployment protocol

TYPE

Type of the module. The string value must match those defined by JSR 88: Java EE Application Deployment such as EAR and WAR


20.23.2 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_EJBCOMPONENT

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_EJBCOMPONENT view displays general information about the EJB modules.

Table 20-179 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_EJBCOMPONENT

Column Description

NAME

Name of the EJB component

APPLICATION

Name of the application that includes the component

DEPLOYMENTORDER

Priority that the server uses when it deploys an item. The priority is relative to the other deployable items of same type

KEEPGENERATED

Indicates whether KeepGenerated is enabled and whether EJB source files will be kept.

Possible values:

  • True: KeepGenerated is enabled and EJB source files are stored.

  • False: KeepGenerated is not enabled and EJB source files are not stored


20.23.3 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_FILESTORE

Each row of the MGMT$WEBLOGIC_FILESTORE view represents configuration data of the file store configured for the WebLogic server.

Table 20-180 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_FILESTORE

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

The GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the file store

DIRECTORY

The path name to the file system directory where the file store maintains its data files

SYNCHRONOUSWRITEPOLICY

The disk write policy that determines how the file store writes data to disk

MAXFILESIZE

The maximum file size, in bytes


20.23.4 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JDBCDATASOURCE

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JDBCDATASOURCE view displays general information about Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) Data Sources that provides database connectivity through a pool of JDBC connections.

Table 20-181 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JDBCDATASOURCE

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of JDBC Data Source

JNDINAME

The Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) path to where this Data Source is bound. By default, the JNDI name is the name of the data source

ROWPREFETCHENABLED

This value is set to TRUE if row prefetching is enabled. Otherwise, the value is set to FALSE.

ROWPREFETCHSIZE

The number of result set rows to prefetch for a client if row prefetching is enabled

ENABLETWOPHASECOMMIT

This value is set to TRUE if two phase commit is enabled. Otherwise, this value is set to FALSE.

URL

The URL of the database to which to connect. The format of the URL varies depending on the JDBC driver.

DRIVERNAME

The full package name of the JDBC driver class used to create physical database connections in the connection pool in the data source.

CAPACITYINCREMENT

The number of connections created when new connections are added to the connection pool.

INITIALCAPACITY

The number of physical connections to create when creating the connection pool in the data source.

MAXCAPACITY

The maximum number of physical connections that the connection pool can contain.

CONNECTIONRESERVETIMEOUT

The number of seconds after which a call to reserve a connection from the connection pool will time out.

INACTIVECONNECTIONTIMEOUT

The number of inactive seconds on a reserved connection before Oracle WebLogic Server reclaims the connection and releases it back to the connection pool.

STATEMENTCACHESIZE

The number of prepared and callable statements stored in the connection cache

HOST

Database host

PORT

Database port

SID

Database system identifier (SID)

SERVICENAME

Database service name

PROTOCOL

The communications protocol

ENABLE_JAVA_NET_FASTPATH

Enables the Oracle JDBC JavaNet Fastpath to reduce data copies and fragmentation

OPT_UTF8_CONVERSION

Enables the Oracle JDBC optimize UTF-8 conversion option

STATEMENTCACHETYPE

Statement Cache type parameter from the JDBC connection pool parameters

PINNEDTOTHREAD

Pinned to thread parameters from the JDBC connection pool parameters


20.23.5 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JDBCMULTIDS

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JDBCMULTIDS view displays general information about the JDBC Multi Data Sources.

Table 20-182 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JDBCMULTIDS

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

JDBC multi data source name

JNDINAME

The JNDI path to where this data source is bound

ALGORITHMTYPE

The algorithm determines the connection request processing for the multi data source

DATASOURCELIST

The list of data sources to which multi data source routes connection requests. The order of data sources in the list determines the failover order.


20.23.6 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSCONNFACTORY

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSCONNFACTORY view displays general information about the JMS Connection Factory.

Table 20-183 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSCONNFACTORY

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the Java Message Service (JMS) connection factory

MODULENAME

Name of the JMS module

JNDINAME

The global JNDI name used to look up a connection factory within a clustered JNDI namespace

TXNTIMEOUTINSECS

The timeout value (in seconds) for all transactions on connections created with this connection factory

ACKNOWLEDGEPOLICY

Acknowledge policy for non-transacted sessions that use the CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE mode

MESSAGESMAXIMUM

The maximum number of messages that can exist for an asynchronous session and that have not yet been passed to the message listener

SENDTIMEOUT

The maximum length of time, in milliseconds, that a sender will wait when there is not enough available space (no quota) on a destination to accommodate the message being sent


20.23.7 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSQUEUE

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSQUEUE view displays general information about the JMS queue.

Table 20-184 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSQUEUE

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the JMS queue

MODULENAME

Name of the JMS module

JNDINAME

The global JNDI name used to look up a JMS queue within a clustered JNDI namespace

MAXIMUMMESSAGESIZE

The maximum size of a message that is accepted from producers on this destination

BYTESMAXIMUM

The maximum size of a message that is accepted from producers on this destination

MESSAGESMAXIMUM

The total number of messages that can be stored in a destination that uses this quota

BYTESPAGINGENABLED

Bytes paging enabled for this JMS server

MESSAGESPAGINGENABLED

Messages paging enabled for this JMS server

STOREENABLED

Store enabled for this JMS server

TARGET

The JMS server to which the JMS queue is targeted


20.23.8 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSSERVER

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSSERVER view displays general information about the JMS server. Each row represents configuration data of the JMS server configured for the WebLogic server.

Table 20-185 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSSERVER

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the JMS server

BYTESMAXIMUM

The maximum number of bytes that can be stored in this JMS server

MESSAGESMAXIMUM

The maximum number of messages that can be stored in this JMS server

MESSAGEBUFFERSIZE

The amount of memory (in bytes) that this JMS server can use to store message bodies before it writes them to disk

MAXIMUMMESSAGESIZE

The maximum number of bytes allowed in individual messages on this JMS server

PERSISTENTSTORE

The file or database in which this JMS server stores persistent messages

STOREENABLED

Persistent store enabled status


20.23.9 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSTOPIC

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSTOPIC view displays general information about the JMS topic.

Table 20-186 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSTOPIC

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the JMS topic

MODULENAME

Name of the JMS module

JNDINAME

The global JNDI name used to look up a JMS topic within a clustered JNDI namespace

MAXIMUMMESSAGESIZE

The maximum size of a message that is accepted from producers on this destination

BYTESMAXIMUM

The total number of bytes that can be stored in a destination that uses this quota

MESSAGESMAXIMUM

The total number of messages that can be stored in a destination that uses this quota

MULTICASTPORT

The IP port that this topic uses to transmit messages to multicast consumers

TARGET

The JMS server to which the JMS topic is targeted


20.23.10 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JOLTCONNPOOL

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JOLTCONNPOOL view displays general information about the Jolt Connection Pool.

Table 20-187 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JOLTCONNPOOL

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the Jolt connection pool

PRIMARYADDRESSES

The list of addresses for the primary Jolt Server Listeners (JSLs)

FAILOVERADDRESSES

The list of Jolt Server Listeners (JSL) addresses that is used if the connection pool cannot establish connections to the Primary Addresses, or if the primary connections fail

MINIMUMPOOLSIZE

The minimum number of connections to be added to this Jolt connection pool when the WebLogic Server starts

MAXIMUMPOOLSIZE

The maximum number of connections that can be made from this Jolt connection pool

RECVTIMEOUT

The number of seconds the client waits to receive a response before timing out


20.23.11 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JVMSYSPROPS

Each row in the MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JVMSYSPROPS view represents configuration data of JVM System Properties that are configured for the WebLogic server.

Table 20-188 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JVMSYSPROPS

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

KEY

JVM system properties name

VALUE

Value for Operating System (OS) user, name, version, architecture, Java home, and JVM version


20.23.12 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_MACHINE

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_MACHINE view displays general information about the systems.

Table 20-189 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_MACHINE

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

MACHINENAME

The name of the system

MACHINETYPE

The type of the system

POSTBINDGID

The UNIX group ID (GID) that a server running on this system will run under after it has carried out all privileged startup actions. Otherwise, the server will continue to run under the group under which it was started. (Requires that you enable Post-Bind GID.)

POSTBINDGIDENABLED

Specifies whether a server running on this system binds to a UNIX Group ID (GID) after it has carried out all privileged startup actions

POSTBINDUID

The UNIX user ID (UID) that a server running on this system will run under after it has carried out all privileged startup actions. Otherwise, the server will continue to run under the account under which it was started. (Requires that you enable Post-Bind UID.)

POSTBINDUIDENABLED

Specifies whether a server running on this system binds to a UNIX User ID (UID) after it has carried out all privileged startup actions


20.23.13 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_NETWORK_CHANNELS

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_NETWORK_CHANNELS view displays general information about the Network Channels.

Table 20-190 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_NETWORK_CHANNELS

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the network channel

LISTEN_ADDRESS

The IP address or DNS name this network channel uses to listen for incoming connections

LISTEN_PORT

The default TCP port this network channel uses to listen for regular (non-SSL) incoming connections

ENABLED

Specifies whether this channel should be started

SDP_ENABLED

Specifies if Socket Direct Protocol (SDP) is enabled on this channel

OUTBOUND_ENABLED

Specifies whether new server-to-server connections can consider this network channel when initiating a connection

CUSTOM_PROPERTIES

Custom properties for the network channel


20.23.14 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_NODEMANAGER

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_NODEMANAGER view displays general information about the Node Manager.

Table 20-191 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_NODEMANAGER

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

LISTENADDRESS

The host name or IP address where Node Manager listens for connection requests

MACHINENAME

The name of the Node manager system

NMTYPE

Node manager type

LISTENPORT

The port number where Node Manager listens for connection requests

NODEMANAGERUSERNAME

The Node manager user name

STARTSCRIPTENABLED

Value of the StartScriptEnabled property in the nodemanager.properties

NODEMANAGERHOME

Home directory path of the Node Manager


20.23.15 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RACONFIG

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RACONFIG view displays general information about the Resource Adapter.

Table 20-192 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RACONFIG

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the resource adapter

VERSION

Version of the resource adapter

VENDORNAME

Vendor name

EISTYPE

Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) type

RAVERSION

Resource adapter version

ENABLEACCESS

Enable access outside application


20.23.16 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RAOUTBOUNDCONFIG

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RAOUTBOUNDCONFIG view displays general information about the Resource Adapter Outbound configuration.

Table 20-193 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RAOUTBOUNDCONFIG

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the resource adapter

CONNFACTINTERFACE

Connection factory interface

MANAGEDCONNFACTCLASS

Managed connection factory class

JNDINAME

JNDI Name

TRANSACTIONSUPPORT

Specifies the level of transaction support for a particular Connection Factory. It provides the ability to override the transaction-support value specified in the ra.xml deployment descriptor that is intended to be the default value for all Connection Factories of the resource adapter.

INITIALCAPACITY

Specifies the initial number of ManagedConnections, which WebLogic Server attempts to create during deployment

MAXCAPACITY

Specifies the maximum number of ManagedConnections, which WebLogic Server will allow. Requests for newly allocated ManagedConnections beyond this limit results in a ResourceAllocationException being returned to the caller.

CAPACITYINCREMENT

Specifies the maximum number of additional ManagedConnections that WebLogic Server attempts to create during resizing of the maintained connection pool.

SHRINKENABLED

Specifies whether unused ManagedConnections will be destroyed and removed from the connection pool as a means to control system resources

SHRINKFREQ

Specifies the amount of time (in seconds) the Connection Pool Management waits between attempts to destroy unused ManagedConnections

HIGHNOWAITER

Specifies the maximum number of threads that can concurrently block waiting to reserve a connection from the pool

HIGHNOUNAVAILABLE

Specifies the maximum number of ManagedConnections in the pool that can be made unavailable to the application for purposes such as refreshing the connection

CONNCREATIONRETRYFREQ

The number of seconds between when the connection pool retries to establish connections to the database

CONNRESERVETIMEOUT

The number of seconds after which a call to reserve a connection from the connection pool will timeout

TESTFREQUENCY

The number of seconds between when WebLogic Server tests unused database connections

TESTCONNONCREATE

Specifies whether WebLogic Server tests a connection after creating it but before adding it to the list of connections available in the pool

TESTCONNONRELEASE

Specifies whether WebLogic Server tests a connection before returning it to this JDBC connection pool

TESTCONNONRESERVE

Specifies whether WebLogic Server tests a connection before giving it to the client

PROFILEHARVESTFREQ

Specifies how frequently the profile for the connection pool is being harvested

IGNOREINUSECONNENABLED

When the connection pool is being shut down, this element is used to specify whether it is acceptable to ignore connections that are in use at that time

MATCHCONNSUPPORTED

Indicates whether the resource adapter supports the ManagedConnectionFactory.matchManagedConnections() method. If the resource adapter does not support this method (always returns null for this method), then WebLogic Server bypasses this method call during a connection request.


20.23.17 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RESOURCECONFIG

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RESOURCECONFIG view displays general information about the Resource configuration.

Table 20-194 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RESOURCECONFIG

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

STARTHEAP

Start heap value

MAXHEAP

Maximum heap value


20.23.18 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_SERVER

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_SERVER view displays the information about the various ports of Oracle WebLogic Server.

Table 20-195 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_SERVER

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

LISTENPORT

The default TCP port that this server uses to listen for regular (non-SSL) incoming connections

ADMINISTRATIONPORT

The common secure admi.nistration port for this WebLogic Server domain

NATIVEIOENABLED

Specifies whether native input or output is enabled for the server

MAXOPENSOCKETCOUNT

The maximum number of open sockets allowed in the server at a given point of time

STUCKTHREADMAXTIME

The number of seconds that a thread must be continually working before this server considers the thread stuck

STUCKTHREADTIMERINTERVAL

The number of seconds after which WebLogic Server periodically scans threads to see if they have been continually working for the configured maximum length of time

ACCEPTBACKLOG

The number of backlogged, new TCP connection requests that should be allowed for this server's regular and SSL ports

LOGINTIMEOUT

The login timeout for this server's default regular (non-SSL) listen port. This is the maximum amount of time allowed for a new connection to establish.

MANAGEDSERVERINDENABLED

Specifies whether this Managed Server can be started when the Administration Server is unavailable.

LOWMEMGCTHRESHOLD

The threshold level (in percent) that this server uses for logging low memory conditions and changing the server health state to Warning

LOWMEMGRANULARITYLEVEL

The granularity level (in percent) that this server uses for logging low memory conditions and changing the server health state to Warning

LOWMEMORYSAMPLESIZE

The number of times this server samples free memory during the time period specified by LowMemoryTimeInterval

LOWMEMTIMEINTERVAL

The amount of time (in seconds) that defines the interval over which this server determines average free memory values

SSLLISTENPORT

The TCP/IP port at which this server listens for SSL connection requests

SSLLOGINTIMEOUT

SSL Login time out

CLUSTERNAME

The cluster, or group of WebLogic Server instances, to which this server belongs

CLUSTERWEIGHT

The proportion of the load that this server will bear, relative to other servers in a cluster

JAVAVMVENDOR

Java Virtual Machine (VM) vendor

JAVAVERSION

Java version installed on this server

MACHINENAME

Name of the system where this server is installed

DOMAINHOME

Path of the WebLogic domain which contains the WebLogic server target

MAXPOSTSIZE

Maximum post size

JSSE_ENABLED

Java Secure Socket Extension (JSSE) enabled

SCATTERED_READS_ENABLED

Specifies whether scattered reads over NIO Socket channels is enabled

GATHERED_WRITES_ENABLED

Specifies whether gathered writes over NIO socket channels. is enabled

REPLICATION_PORTS

Listen ports used by replication channels when the WebLogic server is running on Exalogic systems

BINARY_HOST

The host on which the WebLogic is installed in cases where WebLogic binaries installed on one host are used through mounts in WebLogic instances running on other hosts

BINARY_WEBLOGICHOME

The WebLogic home where the WebLogic binaries are installed on the binary host

LISTENADDRESS

The listen address on which the server is listening to on a non-secure port as configured

SSLLISTENADDRESS

The listen address on which the server is listening to on a secure port as configured


20.23.19 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_STARTSHUTCLASSES

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_STARTSHUTCLASSES view displays general information about the Startup and Shutdown classes.

Table 20-196 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_STARTSHUTCLASSES

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the startup or shutdown class

TYPE

Type of class – startup or shutdown

CLASSNAME

The fully qualified name of a class to load and run. The class must be on the server's class path.

DEPLOYMENTORDER

A priority that the server uses to determine when it deploys an item. The priority is relative to other deployable items of the same type.

ARGUMENTS

Arguments that a server uses to initialize a class


20.23.20 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_VIRTUALHOST

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_VIRTUALHOST view displays general information about the Virtual Hosts configuration.

Table 20-197 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_VIRTUALHOST

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of virtual host

DEPLOYMENTORDER

A priority that the server uses to determine when it deploys an item. The priority is relative to other deployable items of the same type.

FRONTENDHOST

The name of the host to which all redirected URLs will be sent. If specified, WebLogic Server will use this value rather than the one in the HOST header.

FRONTENDHTTPPORT

The name of the HTTP port to which all redirected URLs will be sent. If specified, WebLogic Server will use this value rather than the one in the HOST header.

FRONTENDHTTPSPORT

The name of the secure HTTP port to which all redirected URLs will be sent. If specified, WebLogic Server will use this value rather than the one in the HOST header.

VIRTUALHOSTNAMES

The list of host names, separated by line breaks, for which this virtual host will serve requests

NETWORKACCESSPOINT

The dedicated server channel name (NetworkAccessPoint) for which this virtual host will serve HTTP request

LOGFILENAME

The name of the file that stores HTTP requests. If the path name is not absolute, the path is assumed to be relative to the root directory of the system on which this server is running.

LOGGINGENABLED

Indicates whether this server logs HTTP requests

MAXPOSTSIZE

The maximum post size this server allows for reading HTTP POST data in a servlet request. A value less than 0 indicates an unlimited size.


20.23.21 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WEBAPPCOMPONENT

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WEBAPPCOMPONENT displays general information about the web modules.

Table 20-198 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WEBAPPCOMPONENT

Column Description

NAME

Name of the web module

APPLICATION

Name of the application that includes the component

DEPLOYMENTORDER

Priority that the server uses when it deploys an item. The priority is relative to the other deployable items of same type

CONTEXTPATH

Context path of the web module

SESSIONTIMEOUTSECS

Session timeout in seconds


20.23.22 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WORKMANAGER

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WORKMANAGER view displays general information about the Work Manager configuration.

Table 20-199 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WORKMANAGER

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_j2eeserver

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

NAME

Name of the work manager

IGNORESTUCKTHREADS

Specifies whether this Work Manager ignores ”stuck” threads

MINIMUMTHREADS

Minimum number of concurrent threads executing requests that share this constraint

MAXIMUMTHREADS

Maximum number of concurrent threads that can execute requests sharing this constraint

REQUESTCLASSTYPE

Type of request class

REQUESTCLASSNAME

Request class name

CAPACITYCONSTRAINT

Total number of requests that can be enqueued


20.23.23 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WSCONFIG

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WSCONFIG view displays general information about the web service configuration.

Table 20-200 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WSCONFIG

Column Description

NAME

The name of the web service configuration

SERVICENAME

Name of the web service. Corresponds to the name attribute of the service element in the WSDL that describes the web service

APPNAME

The name of the application

IMPLEMENTATIONTYPE

Implementation type of the service

Possible values:

  • JAX-WS 2.0

  • JAX-RPC 1.1

URI

URI of this web service. The value corresponds to the final part of the endpoint address in the WSDL that describes the web services


20.23.24 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WSPORTCONFIG

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WSPORTCONFIG view displays general information about the web services port configuration.

Table 20-201 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WSPORTCONFIG

Column Description

NAME

Name of the web services port configuration

SERVICENAME

Name of the web service. Corresponds to the name attribute of the service element in the WSDL that describes the web service

APPNAME

The name of the application

TRANSPORTPROTOCOL

Transport protocol used to invoke this web service, such as HTTP, HTTPS, or JMS


20.24 Oracle WebLogic Domain Views

This section provides a description of each Oracle WebLogic domain view and its columns

20.24.1 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_DOMAIN

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_DOMAIN view displays general information about the WebLogic Domain configuration.

Table 20-202 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_DOMAIN

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_domain

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of the target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

ADMINISTRATIONPORTENABLED

WebLogic administration port

PRODUCTIONMODEENABLED

WebLogic server production mode status

EXALOGIC_OPT_ENABLED

Exalogic optimizations enabled status

NAME

Name of the WebLogic domain

DOMAINVERSION

Version of the WebLogic domain


20.24.2 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_OPSSSYSPROP

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_OPSSSYSPROP view displays general information about the Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) System Properties.

Table 20-203 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_OPSSSYSPROP

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_domain

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

COMBINER_LAZYEVAL

Enables or disables the evaluation of a subject protection domain when check permission is triggered. Default value: FALSE

COMBINER_OPTIMIZE

Enables or disables the caching of a subject protection domain. Default value: FALSE

AUTHORIZATION

Enables or disables the delegation of calls to JDK API AccessController.checkPermission, which reduces runtime and debugging overhead. Default value: FALSE

HYBRID_MODE

Enables or disables the hybrid mode. The hybrid mode is used to facilitate the transition from the Sun java.security.Policy to the OPSS Java PolicyProvider. Default value: TRUE


20.24.3 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_OAMCONFIG

Each row in the MGMT$WEBLOGIC_OAMCONFIG view represents configuration data of Oracle Access Manager (OAM) configured for the WebLogic domain.

Table 20-204 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_OAMCONFIG

Column Description

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

PORT

Provides the value of the port where OAM is deployed

HOSTNAME

Provides the name of the host where OAM is deployed


20.25 Oracle WebLogic Cluster Views

This section provides a description of each Oracle WebLogic cluster view and its columns.

20.25.1 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_CLUSTER

The MGMT$WEBLOGIC_CLUSTER view displays general information about the WebLogic Cluster configuration.

Table 20-205 MGMT$WEBLOGIC_CLUSTER

Column Description

CM_TARGET_GUID

The unique global identifier (GUID) for the target

CM_TARGET_TYPE

The type of target: weblogic_cluster

CM_TARGET_NAME

The name of target in Enterprise Manager

LAST_COLLECTION_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the metrics were collected

ECM_SNAPSHOT_ID

GUID of the snapshot

SESS_LAZY_DESER_ENABLED

Session lazy deserialization enabled

CLUSTER_ADDRESS

Cluster address

CLUSTER_BROADCAST_CHANNEL

Cluster broadcast channel

DEFAULT_LOAD_ALGO

Default load algorithm

CLUSTER_MESSAGING_MODE

Cluster messaging mode

CLUSTER_TYPE

Cluster type

REPLICATION_CHANNEL

Replication channel


20.26 Security Views

This section provides a description of each security view and its columns.

20.26.1 MGMT$ESA_ALL_PRIVS_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_ALL_PRIVS_REPORT view displays a table containing users and roles that have the 'GRANT ANY PRIVILEGE' privilege in database security reports.

Table 20-206 MGMT$ESA_ALL_PRIVS_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or roles that have been granted this privilege (that is, GRANT ANY PRIVILEGE->DBA->SYS)

OBJECT_NAME

The name of the user that been granted the privilege (GRANT ANY PRIVILEGE)


20.26.2 MGMT$ESA_ANY_DICT_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_ANY_DICT_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing users and roles with access to any dictionary in database security reports.

Table 20-207 MGMT$ESA_ANY_DICT_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or roles that been granted this privilege. For example, SELECT ANY DICTIONARY->SCHEMA_OWNER_ROLE->SYS

OBJECT_NAME

The user that has been granted any of the ANY DICTIONARY privileges. For example, SELECT ANY DICTIONARY, ANALYZE ANY DICTIONARY, and so on.


20.26.3 MGMT$ESA_ANY_PRIV_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_ANY_PRIV_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing users with 'ANY' in some privilege granted to them in database security reports.

Table 20-208 MGMT$ESA_ANY_PRIV_REPORT

COLUMN Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted a privilege having 'ANY'. For example, BACKUP ANY TABLE->EXP_FULL_DATABASE->DATAPUMP_EXP_FULL_DATABASE->SYS

OBJECT_NAME

The user that has been granted one of the ANY privileges. For example, ALTER ANY MATERIALIZED VIEW, ALTER ANY INDEX, BACKUP ANY TABLE, and so on.


20.26.4 MGMT$ESA_AUDIT_SYSTEM_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_AUDIT_SYSTEM_REPORT view displays a table containing users and roles with the 'AUDIT SYSTEM' privilege in database security reports.

Table 20-209 MGMT$ESA_AUDIT_SYSTEM_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted 'AUDIT SYSTEM' privilege. For example, AUDIT SYSTEM->SYS, AUDIT SYSTEM->IMP_FULL_DATABASE->DATAPUMP_IMP_FULL_DATABASE->DBA->SYSTEM, and so on.

OBJECT_NAME

The user that has been granted 'ALTER SYSTEM' privilege


20.26.5 MGMT$ESA_BECOME_USER_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_BECOME_USER_REPORT view displays a table containing users and roles with the 'BECOME USER' privilege in database security reports.

Table 20-210 MGMT$ESA_BECOME_USER_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted 'BECOME USER' privilege. For example, BECOME USER->SYS, BECOME USER->DBA->SYSTEM, BECOME USER->IMP_FULL_DATABASE->DATAPUMP_IMP_FULL_DATABASE->DBA->BAM, and so on.

OBJECT_NAME

The user that has been granted the 'BECOME USER' privilege


20.26.6 MGMT$ESA_CATALOG_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_CATALOG_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing all the users that have a role such as '%CATALOG%' in database security reports.

Table 20-211 MGMT$ESA_CATALOG_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted a role like '%CATALOG%'. For example, RECOVERY_CATALOG_OWNER->SYS, EXECUTE_CATALOG_ROLE->TBLO_ROLE->CRM, and so on.

OBJECT_NAME

User that has been granted one of the 'CATALOG' privileges. For example, SELECT_CATALOG_ROLE, EXECUTE_CATALOG_ROLE, DELETE_CATALOG_ROLE, and so on.


20.26.7 MGMT$ESA_CONN_PRIV_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_CONN_PRIV_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing users and roles with the CONNECT or RESOURCE role in database security reports.

Table 20-212 MGMT$ESA_CONN_PRIV_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted  the CONNECT or RESOURCE role

OBJECT_NAME

The role if granted directly, or the role through it has been granted


20.26.8 MGMT$ESA_CREATE_PRIV_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_CREATE_PRIV_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing users and roles with the CREATE privilege in database security reports.

Table 20-213 MGMT$ESA_CREATE_PRIV_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted  the privilege to create an object in the database. For example, CREATE ANY CONTEXT->SYS, CREATE ANY INDEX->OLAP_DBA->OLAPSYS, and so on.

OBJECT_NAME

User that has been granted one of the 'CREATE' privileges


20.26.9 MGMT$ESA_DBA_GROUP_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_DBA_GROUP_REPORT view displays a table containing members of the operating system user group DBA in database security reports.

Table 20-214 MGMT$ESA_DBA_GROUP_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The operating system user which  is in the user group DBA.

OBJECT_NAME

DBA Group


20.26.10 MGMT$ESA_DBA_ROLE_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_DBA_ROLE_REPORT view displays a table containing users and roles with the DBA role granted to them in database security reports.

Table 20-215 MGMT$ESA_DBA_ROLE_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted the DBA role

OBJECT_NAME

User that has been granted the DBA role


20.26.11 MGMT$ESA_DIRECT_PRIV_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_DIRECT_PRIV_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing privileges granted directly in database security reports.

Table 20-216 MGMT$ESA_DIRECT_PRIV_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

User which has been granted a privilege directly i.e. not via a role

OBJECT_NAME

The privilege that has been granted directly. For example, ALTER SESSION, SELECT ANY DICTIONARY, and so on.


20.26.12 MGMT$ESA_EXMPT_ACCESS_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_EXMPT_ACCESS_REPORT view displays a table containing users and roles with the EXEMPT ACCESS POLICY privilege in database security reports.

Table 20-217 MGMT$ESA_EXMPT_ACCESS_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted the 'EXEMPT ACCESS POLICY' privilege

OBJECT_NAME

User that has been granted one of the 'EXEMPT ACCESS POLICY' privilege


20.26.13 MGMT$ESA_KEY_OBJECTS_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_KEY_OBJECTS_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing users and roles with access to key objects in database security reports.

Table 20-218 MGMT$ESA_KEY_OBJECTS_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

USER

The user which has access to key objects

OBJECT_NAME

The key object to which that use has access. For example, View DBA_USERS, Table SOURCE$, Table USER$

PRIVILEGE

The privilege on the key object that has been granted to the user. For example, SELECT, DELETE, and so on.


20.26.14 MGMT$ESA_OH_OWNERSHIP_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_OH_OWNERSHIP_REPORT view displays a table containing file ownership by Oracle home in database security reports.

Table 20-219 MGMT$ESA_OH_OWNERSHIP_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The file  whose owner is not the ORACLE HOME owner

OBJECT_NAME

The owner of the file


20.26.15 MGMT$ESA_OH_PERMISSION_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_OH_PERMISSION_REPORT view displays a table containing file permissions by Oracle home in database security reports.

Table 20-220 MGMT$ESA_OH_PERMISSION_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The file that has an insecure permission

OBJECT_NAME

The permission of the file


20.26.16 MGMT$ESA_POWER_PRIV_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_POWER_PRIV_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing all the users and roles with ALTER SESSION, ALTER SYSTEM, CREATE PROCEDURE or CREATE LIBRARY privileges in database security reports.

Table 20-221 MGMT$ESA_POWER_PRIV_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user that has powerful privileges

OBJECT_NAME

The powerful privilege held by the user


20.26.17 MGMT$ESA_PUB_PRIV_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_PUB_PRIV_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing privileges granted to PUBLIC in database security reports.

Table 20-222 MGMT$ESA_PUB_PRIV_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The object on which some privilege has been granted to PUBLIC

OBJECT_NAME

The privilege on the object which has been granted to PUBLIC. For example, SELECT, EXECUTE, and so on.


20.26.18 MGMT$ESA_SYS_PUB_PKG_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_SYS_PUB_PKG_REPORT view displays a table containing system packages with public execute privileges in database security reports.

Table 20-223 MGMT$ESA_SYS_PUB_PKG_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

PUBLIC

OBJECT_NAME

The package owned by SYS on which PUBLIC has execute privileges


20.26.19 MGMT$ESA_TABSP_OWNERS_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_TABSP_OWNERS_REPORT view displays a table containing tablespaces and their owners in database security reports.

Table 20-224 MGMT$ESA_TABSP_OWNERS_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The tablespace

OBJECT_NAME

The owner of the tablespace


20.26.20 MGMT$ESA_TRC_AUD_PERM_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_TRC_AUD_PERM_REPORT view displays a table containing trace and audit files permissions in database security reports.

Table 20-225 MGMT$ESA_TRC_AUD_PERM_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The file path

OBJECT_NAME

The purpose of the file. For example, audit file destination, background dump destination, core dump destination, user dump destination, and so on.

PERMISSION

Permission of the file


20.26.21 MGMT$ESA_WITH_ADMIN_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_WITH_ADMIN_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing users and roles having some privileges granted to them with the WITH ADMIN option in database security reports.

Table 20-226 MGMT$ESA_WITH_ADMIN_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted a privilege 'WITH ADMIN' option

OBJECT_NAME

The privilege which has been granted 'WITH ADMIN' option


20.26.22 MGMT$ESA_WITH_GRANT_REPORT

The MGMT$ESA_WITH_GRANT_REPORT view displays a table and a chart containing users and roles having some privileges granted to them with 'WITH GRANT' option in database security reports.

Table 20-227 MGMT$ESA_WITH_GRANT_REPORT

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target for which the report has the data

TARGET_NAME

The name of the target for which the report has the data

PRINCIPAL

The user or role which has been granted a privilege 'WITH GRANT' option

OBJECT_NAME

The privilege which has been granted 'WITH GRANT' option


20.26.23 MGMT$ESM_COLLECTION_LATEST

The MGMT$ESM_COLLECTION_LATEST view contains properties relating to security for database targets.

Table 20-228 MGMT$ESM_COLLECTION_LATEST

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the database target

PROPERTY

Name of the attribute

VALUE

Value of the attribute

VALUE2

Used to capture additional values of the attribute


20.26.24 MGMT$ESM_FILE_SYSTEM_LATEST

The MGMT$ESM_FILE_SYSTEM_LATEST view contains the file system type for the Windows host targets.

Table 20-229 MGMT$ESM_FILE_SYSTEM_LATEST

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the Windows host target

FILE_SYSTEM

The type of file system


20.26.25 MGMT$ESM_PORTS_LATEST

The MGMT$ESM_PORTS_LATEST view contains the open ports for the host target.

Table 20-230 MGMT$ESM_PORTS_LATEST

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the host target

PORT

The value of the open port (listening mode)


20.26.26 MGMT$ESM_SERVICE_LATEST

The MGMT$ESM_SERVICE_LATEST view contains the insecure services running on the host targets.

Table 20-231 MGMT$ESM_SERVICE_LATEST

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the host target

SERVICE

The port value for the service


20.26.27 MGMT$ESM_STACK_LATEST

The MGMT$ESM_STACK_LATEST view contains executable stack status host targets.

Table 20-232 MGMT$ESM_STACK_LATEST

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the host target

EXE_STACK

The status of the executable stack


20.27 Service Tag Views

This section provides a description of each service tag view and its columns.

20.27.1 MGMT$SERVICETAG_INSTANCES

The MGMT$SERVICETAG_INSTANCES view provides information about the product ID and instance of the product installed on the server, such as Oracle Solaris Cluster.

Table 20-233 MGMT$SERVICETAG_INSTANCES

Column Description

PRODUCT_URN

Denotes the product ID for the product installed on the server

INSTANCE_URN

Uniquely identifies the instance of the product installed on that server


20.27.2 MGMT$SERVICETAG_REGISTRY

The MGMT$SERVICETAG_REGISTRY view uniquely identifies the instance of a Service Tag registry on a server and the version of Service Tag software that created it.

Table 20-234 MGMT$SERVICETAG_REGISTRY

Column Description

AGENT_ID

Uniquely identifies the instance of a Service Tag registry on the server

AGENT_VERSION

Uniquely identifies the version of the Service Tag software

REGISTRY_VERSION

Identifies the version of the registry. This is the registry that Oracle Configuration Manager (OCM) harvests to collect the data for this metric.


20.28 Storage Reporting Views

This section provides a description of each storage reporting view and its columns.

20.28.1 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_DATA

The MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_DATA view displays the Storage Data metric attributes which are common across all instrumented Storage Entities.

Table 20-235 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_DATA

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Target Name in Enterprise Manager

TARGET_TYPE

Target Type in Enterprise Manager

KEY_VALUE

Unique Key Value for the Storage Entity

GLOBAL_UNIQUE_ID

A globally unique persistent identifier for a storage entity. All instances of a shared Storage Entity will have the same global_unique_identifier

NAME

Name of the storage entity

STORAGE_LAYER

Storage layer of the storage entity.

Sample Usage:

- OS_DISK

- VOLUME_MANAGER

- LOCAL_FILESYSTEM

- NFS

ENTITY_TYPE

Indicates the type of Entity. Value is vendor specific.

Example: Plex, Sub Disk, Diskgroup, Volume group, Metadevice and so on.

RAWSIZEB

Total space in bytes

SIZEB

Size in bytes

USEDB

Used size in bytes

FREEB

Free size in bytes


20.28.2 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_KEYS

The MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_KEYS view displays the relationship between instrumented Storage Entities.

Table 20-236 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_KEYS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Target Name in Enterprise Manager

TARGET_TYPE

Target type in Enterprise Manager

KEY_VALUE

Unique KEY_VALUE for the storage entity

PARENT_KEY_VALUE

Key value for the parent storage entity.


20.28.3 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_PATHS

The MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_PATHS view displays the OS paths for all instrumented storage entities.

Table 20-237 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_PATHS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Target name in Enterprise Manager

TARGET_TYPE

Target type in Enterprise Manager

KEY_VALUE

Unique key value for the storage entity

NAME

Name of the storage entity

PATH

OS path to the storage entity

FILE_TYPE

Type of file

Examples:

- _BLOCKSPECIAL

- _DIRECTORY

- _REGULAR

STORAGE_LAYER

Storage layer of the storage entity.

Sample Usage:

- OS_DISK

- VOLUME_MANAGER

- LOCAL_FILESYSTEM

- NFS

ENTITY_TYPE

Indicates the type of entity. Value is vendor-specific.

Examples: Plex, Sub Disk, Diskgroup, Volume group, Metadevice, and so on.


20.28.4 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_ISSUES

The MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_ISSUES view displays the consistency issues encountered when analyzing the instrumented storage metrics.

Table 20-238 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_ISSUES

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Target name in Enterprise Manager

TARGET_TYPE

Target type in Enterprise Manager

TYPE

Type of inconsistency. Value can be:

- MAPPING_ISSUE

- MAPPING_WARNING

MESSAGE_COUNT

Count of the number of messages


20.28.5 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_DISK

The MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_DISK view displays Additional Storage Data Metric Attributes for all physical disk device storage entities.

Table 20-239 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_DISK

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Target name in Enterprise Manager

TARGET_TYPE

Target type in Enterprise Manager

ENTITY_TYPE

Indicates the type of disk device such as disk or disk partition

USED_PATH

The OS path to the disk or partition. If the disk or partition is allocated, then this is the path that is in use.

FILE_TYPE

Type of file

Examples:- _BLOCKSPECIAL- _REGULAR

SIZEB

Size in bytes

USEDB

Used size in bytes

FREEB

Free size in bytes

VENDOR

Name of the disk vendor; detected through SCSI enquiry

PRODUCT

Product family from the vendor; detected through SCSI enquiry


20.28.6 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_VOLUME

The MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_VOLUME view displays Additional Storage Data Metric attributes for all volume manager storage entities.

Table 20-240 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_VOLUME

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Target name in Enterprise Manager

TARGET_TYPE

Target type in Enterprise Manager

VENDOR

Vendor name of the volume or software raid manager

PRODUCT

Vendor name of the volume or software raid manager

TYPE

Indicates the type of volume entity. It can be vendor specific.

For example, in the case of Veritas Volume Manager for Volume, Plex, VM Disk, Diskgroup, Sub Disk, Metadevice, Metadevice Partition, Array, Raiddevice, Submirror, Diskset, Slice, raid-disk, spare-disk, Hot spare, and so on.

DISK_GROUP

Disk group or volume group name

NAME

The name of the entity in the volume manager namespace

USED_PATH

The OS path to the device. If the device is allocated, then this is the path that is in use.

FILE_TYPE

Type of file

Examples:- _BLOCKSPECIAL- _REGULAR

RAWSIZEB

In bytes.

For a 2-way mirrored Veritas Volume. It is the sum of the size of each plex.

SIZEB

Size in bytes

USEDB

Used size in bytes

FREEB

Free size in bytes

CONFIGURATION

A string describing the configuration of the volume.


20.28.7 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_LOCALFS

The MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_LOCALFS view displays Additional Storage Data Metric attributes for all local file system storage entities.

Table 20-241 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_LOCALFS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Target name in Enterprise Manager

TARGET_TYPE

Target type in Enterprise Manager

FILESYSTEM_TYPE

The type of file system

FILESYSTEM

The file system path on the operating system

MOUNTPOINT

The mount point path on the operating system

SIZEB

Number

USEDB

Used size in bytes

FREEB

Free size in bytes


20.28.8 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_NFS

The MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_NFS view displays Additional Storage Data Metric attributes for all network file systems.

Table 20-242 MGMT$STORAGE_REPORT_NFS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Target name in Enterprise Manager

TARGET_TYPE

Target type in Enterprise Manager

FILESYSTEM

The file system name as seen on the operating system. For NFS file systems the file system name should be in the format nfs_server:/filesystem_name

MOUNTPOINT

The mountpoint path on the operating system

SIZEB

Size in bytes

USEDB

Used size in bytes,

FREEB

Free size in bytes

NFS_SERVER

The server name for the NFS Server

NFS_SERVER_IP_ADDRESS

The IP address of the NFS Server

NFS_VENDOR

The NFS Server vendor

MOUNT_PRIVILEGE

This is the mount privilege of the file system

Possible values:

  • Read

  • Write


20.29 Target Views

This section provides a description of each target view and its columns.

20.29.1 MGMT$AGENTS_MONITORING_TARGETS

The MGMT$AGENTS_MONITORING_TARGETS view shows the available Management Agents for targets.

Table 20-243 MGMT$AGENTS_MONITORING_TARGETS

Column Description

TARGET_NAME

Name of the target

TARGET_TYPE

Type of the target

TARGET_GUID

Unique ID of the target

AGENT_NAME

Name of the Management Agent monitoring the target

AGENT_TYPE

Type of Management Agent

AGENT_GUID

Unique ID of the Management Agent

AGENT_IS_MASTER

Specifies whether the Management Agent is a master or slave.

Possible values:

  • 1: Master

  • 0: Slave

EMD_URL

URL of the emd monitoring the target

HOST_NAME

Host on which the target or Management Agent resides

MONITORING

Indicates how the target is monitored.

Possible values:

  • MGMT_GLOBAL.G_MON_MODE_DEFAULT: Single Management Agent, vanilla monitoring mode

  • MGMT_GLOBAL.G_MON_MODE_AGENT_MEDIATED: Multi Management Agent, agent-mediated monitoring


20.29.2 MGMT$EM_ECM_MOS_PROPERTIES

The MGMT$EM_ECM_MOS_PROPERTIES view exposes target information useful for My Oracle Support and Patching. It returns values from the EM_ECM_MOS_PROPERTIES table.

Table 20-244 MGMT$EM_ECM_MOS_PROPERTIES

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target

HOST_TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the host that is hosting this target. The value is NULL for host targets.

ORACLE_HOME_TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the Oracle home target where this target is installed

PLATFORM_ID

The platform ID of the host that is hosting this target

PLATFORM_VERSION_ID

The platform version ID of the host that is hosting this target


20.29.3 MGMT$EM_ECM_TARGET_FRESHNESS

The MGMT$EM_ECM_TARGET_FRESHNESS view exposes the newest and oldest configuration snapshot information on a per target basis. It returns the collection timestamp and snapshot GUID for the most recently collected (newest) and least recently (oldest) collected snapshot for the target. If the target is a system, then the values will be valid across all snapshots of all member targets of the system.

Table 20-245 MGMT$EM_ECM_TARGET_FRESHNESS

Column Description

TARGET_GUID

The GUID of the target

NEWEST_SNAPSHOT_GUID

The snapshot GUID of the most recent collection

NEWEST_SNAPSHOT_TIMESTAMP

The date and time of the most recent collection

OLDEST_SNAPSHOT_GUID

The snapshot GUID of the oldest collection

OLDEST_SNAPSHOT_TIMESTAMP

The date and time of the oldest collection


20.29.4 MGMT$MANAGEABLE_ENTITIES

The MGMT$MANAGEABLE_ENTITIES view contains a list of all the Manageable Entities in Enterprise Manager.

Table 20-246 MGMT$MANAGEABLE_ENTITIES

Column Description

ENTITY_GUID

Unique ID corresponding to the Manageable Entity.

  • For systems, services, groups, and so on, this ID contains the TARGET_GUID

  • For target components, this ID contains the COMPONENT_GUID

ENTITY_TYPE

Type of the Manageable Entity.

  • For systems, services, groups, and so on, this column contains the target type

  • For target components, this column contains the component type

ENTITY_NAME

Name of the Manageable Entity.

  • For systems, services, groups, and so on, this column contains the entity name

  • For target components, this column contains the component name

PARENT_ME_GUID

Parent entity containing the target component. For non-target components, this column is equal to ENTITY_GUID.

PARENT_ME_TYPE

Type of the parent target. (Valid for target components only)

PARENT_ME_NAME

Name of the parent target. (Valid for target components only)

MANAGE_STATUS

Manage status of the entity.

Possible values:

  • 0: Ignored

  • 1: Not managed yet

  • 2: Managed

  • 3: Managed target component

PROMOTE_STATUS

Promote status of the target

  • 0: Cannot promote (existence only entity)

  • 1: Eligible for promotion

  • 2: Promotion in progress

  • 3: Promoted

DYNAMIC_PROPERTY_STATUS

Status of the dynamic properties

Possible values:

  • 0: Dynamic properties have not been uploaded by the Management Agent

  • 1: Dynamic properties are uploaded by the Management Agent

TYPE_META_VER

Metadata version number

CATEGORY_PROP_N

Up to five category properties can be used to distinguish different metric definitions based on different configurations.

For example, OS version, database version, Oracle RAC configuration, and so on.

TIMEZONE_REGION

Name of the time zone region that the target operates in.

Note: Component will be in same time zone as the target

DISPLAY_NAME

User-friendly name for the Manageable Entity

OWNER

Enterprise Manager administrator that owns the target

HOST_NAME

Host on which the target resides

EMD_URL

The URL for the EMD where the target is being collected

BROKEN_REASON

Code representing a reason why a target is broken

Possible values:

  • 0: Not broken

  • 1: Missing required properties

  • 2: Metadata not found

  • 4: Error computing dynamic properties

  • 8: Dynamic property missing in the result

  • 16: Target name not specified

  • 32: Target could not be saved

  • 64: Errors in target test metrics

BROKEN_STR

String associated with the broken reason

MONITORING_MODE

Indicates how the target is monitored.

Possible values:

  • G_MON_MODE_DEFAULT(0): Single Management Agent, vanilla monitoring mode

  • G_MON_MODE_OMS_MEDIATED(1): Multi Management Agent, OMS mediated monitoring

  • G_MON_MODE_AGENT_MEDIATED(2): Multi Management Agent, agent mediated monitoring

IS_PROPAGATING

Specifies whether the Manageable Entity is privilege propagating

DISCOVERED_NAME

Name with which the Manageable Entity was discovered

ORG_ID

Organization ID used by the Oracle Configuration Manager (OCM) Harvseter. This ID is used to uniquely identify customers.

Note: A large customer might have multiple organization IDs to represent different lines of business within the company.

ORACLE_HOME

Oracle home of the target

ORACLE_CONFIG_HOME

This value is used by the OCM collector and CCR to indicate targets that might share a single Oracle home but have their configuration state kept in separate directories

LOAD_TIMESTAMP

The date and time when the Manageable Entity record was first loaded (in the time zone of the Management Repository)