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Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center Feature Reference Guide
12c Release 1 (12.1.4.0.0)

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E Icons

An icon is a small picture or symbol on a user interface (UI) that represents an action or a state.

Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center has a variety of icons to represent an asset, the current state of an asset, and actions. A tool tip appears when you place the mouse over an icon. Tool tips provide brief descriptions of the icons that appear in Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center.

When an icon is grayed out, it means that the feature is not functional for the current scenario or you have not been assigned the role to perform the action.

E.1 Administration Icons

Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center provides you with a variety of tools for understanding and managing your datacenter. The Administration icons are associated with actions that you use to configure and manage Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center. You can only enter or edit the cost of power in Administration. Following are the icons that are associated with Administration.

Figure E-1 Register Enterprise Controller

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Description of "Figure E-1 Register Enterprise Controller"

Figure E-2 Ops Center Downloads

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Description of "Figure E-2 Ops Center Downloads"

Figure E-3 Set Enterprise Controller Storage Library

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Description of "Figure E-3 Set Enterprise Controller Storage Library"

Figure E-4 Setup Connection Mode

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Description of "Figure E-4 Setup Connection Mode"

Figure E-5 Edit Authentications

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Description of "Figure E-5 Edit Authentications"

Figure E-6 Proxy Deployment Wizard

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Description of "Figure E-6 Proxy Deployment Wizard"

Figure E-7 Configure Local Agent

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Description of "Figure E-7 Configure Local Agent"

Figure E-8 Self Diagnosis

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Description of "Figure E-8 Self Diagnosis"

Figure E-9 Unconfigure Enterprise Controller

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Description of "Figure E-9 Unconfigure Enterprise Controller"

Figure E-10 Change HTTP Proxy

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Description of "Figure E-10 Change HTTP Proxy"

Figure E-11 Edit Energy Cost

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Description of "Figure E-11 Edit Energy Cost"

Figure E-15 External DHCP Server

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Description of "Figure E-15 External DHCP Server"

Figure E-16 Navigate to Selected Oracle VM Manager

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Description of "Figure E-16 Navigate to Selected Oracle VM Manager"

Figure E-17 Discover Oracle VM Managers

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Description of "Figure E-17 Discover Oracle VM Managers"

Figure E-18 Discover Oracle VM Server

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Description of "Figure E-18 Discover Oracle VM Server"

Figure E-19 Discover File Server

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Description of "Figure E-19 Discover File Server"

Figure E-20 Discover iSCSI Storage

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Description of "Figure E-20 Discover iSCSI Storage"

E.2 Badges

Badges are special types of icons that appear in the corner of asset icons to show the status of the assets.

Figure E-21 Critical Badge

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Description of "Figure E-21 Critical Badge"

Figure E-22 Warning Badge

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Description of "Figure E-22 Warning Badge"

Figure E-24 Configure Badge

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Description of "Figure E-24 Configure Badge "

Figure E-25 Shutdown Badge

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Description of "Figure E-25 Shutdown Badge"

Figure E-28 Unreachable Badge

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Description of "Figure E-28 Unreachable Badge "

E.3 Boot Environment Icons

A boot environment is an instance of a bootable Oracle Solaris image plus additional software packages that are installed onto the image, and the set of all file systems and devices (disk slices and mount points) that are required to operate an Oracle Solaris OS instance.

Following are the icons that are associated with Boot Environment.

Figure E-29 Create New Boot Environment

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Description of "Figure E-29 Create New Boot Environment"

Figure E-30 Activate Boot Environment and Reboot

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Description of "Figure E-30 Activate Boot Environment and Reboot"

Figure E-31 Active Boot Environment

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Description of "Figure E-31 Active Boot Environment "

Figure E-32 Active Boot Environment Upon Reboot

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Description of "Figure E-32 Active Boot Environment Upon Reboot"

Figure E-33 Delete New Boot Environment

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Description of "Figure E-33 Delete New Boot Environment"

Figure E-34 Synchronize Boot Environment

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Description of "Figure E-34 Synchronize Boot Environment"

E.4 Connectivity Icons

Connectivity icons display the session mode and connectivity. To determine if you run in Connected Mode and have access to My Oracle Support Services, check the icons in the upper right corner of the UI. If an icon is not colored, you are not in connected mode. The icons indicate:

  • Whether or not Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center is connected to the Internet.

  • Whether or not Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center is connected to the Oracle Knowledge Base.

  • Whether or not Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center is connected to My Oracle Support Services.

Figure E-35 My Oracle Support Services Connected

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Description of "Figure E-35 My Oracle Support Services Connected "

Figure E-36 My Oracle Support Services Disconnected

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Description of "Figure E-36 My Oracle Support Services Disconnected"

Figure E-37 Internet Connected

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Description of "Figure E-37 Internet Connected "

Figure E-38 Internet Disconnected

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Description of "Figure E-38 Internet Disconnected"

Figure E-39 Knowledge Base Connected

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Description of "Figure E-39 Knowledge Base Connected"

Figure E-40 Knowledge Base Disconnected

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Description of "Figure E-40 Knowledge Base Disconnected"

E.5 Group Icons

Group icons are icons that are associated with administrative structures that organize assets so that you can locate an asset quickly or perform operations on all assets of the same type.

Figure E-42 Add Assets to Groups

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Description of "Figure E-42 Add Assets to Groups"

Figure E-43 Remove Asset From Group

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Description of "Figure E-43 Remove Asset From Group"

Figure E-44 Move Assets to Group

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Description of "Figure E-44 Move Assets to Group"

Figure E-45 Add Attribute Icon

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Description of "Figure E-45 Add Attribute Icon"

Figure E-46 Add Rule Icon

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Description of "Figure E-46 Add Rule Icon"

Figure E-47 Delete Attribute Icon

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Description of "Figure E-47 Delete Attribute Icon"

Figure E-48 Delete Rule Icon

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Description of "Figure E-48 Delete Rule Icon"

E.6 Hardware Icons

Hardware icons represent the various types of hardware that is used to manage the datacenter.

Figure E-52 Disk Controller Icon

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Description of "Figure E-52 Disk Controller Icon"

Figure E-53 Disk Expander

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Description of "Figure E-53 Disk Expander"

Figure E-54 Ethernet Port Icon

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Description of "Figure E-54 Ethernet Port Icon"

Figure E-56 Fan Tray Icon

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Description of "Figure E-56 Fan Tray Icon"

Figure E-57 Generic Hardware Icon

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Description of "Figure E-57 Generic Hardware Icon"

Figure E-58 Hard Disk Icon

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Description of "Figure E-58 Hard Disk Icon"

Figure E-59 I/O Board Icon

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Description of "Figure E-59 I/O Board Icon"

Figure E-60 I/O Module Icon

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Description of "Figure E-60 I/O Module Icon"

Figure E-62 Memory Board Icon

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Description of "Figure E-62 Memory Board Icon"

Figure E-64 Power Control Setting Icon

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Description of "Figure E-64 Power Control Setting Icon"

Figure E-65 Power Supply Setting Icon

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Description of "Figure E-65 Power Supply Setting Icon"

Figure E-67 Utilization CPU

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Description of "Figure E-67 Utilization CPU"

Figure E-68 Utilization File System

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Description of "Figure E-68 Utilization File System"

Figure E-70 Utilization IO

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Description of "Figure E-70 Utilization IO"

Figure E-71 Utilization Memory

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Description of "Figure E-71 Utilization Memory"

Figure E-72 Utilization Network

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Description of "Figure E-72 Utilization Network"

Figure E-73 Utilization Swap Icon

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Description of "Figure E-73 Utilization Swap Icon"

Figure E-74 Utilization System Load Icon

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Description of "Figure E-74 Utilization System Load Icon"

E.7 Incident Icons

Incident icons are icons that reflect the current state of the incidents.

Figure E-77 View Annotations

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Description of "Figure E-77 View Annotations"

Figure E-78 View Possible Impacts and Causes

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Description of "Figure E-78 View Possible Impacts and Causes"

Figure E-79 View Comments

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Description of "Figure E-79 View Comments"

Figure E-80 View Suggested Actions

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Description of "Figure E-80 View Suggested Actions"

Figure E-81 Add Annotations

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Description of "Figure E-81 Add Annotations"

Figure E-82 Assign Incidents

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Description of "Figure E-82 Assign Incidents"

Figure E-83 Acknowledge Incident

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Description of "Figure E-83 Acknowledge Incident"

Figure E-84 Take Action on Incidents

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Description of "Figure E-84 Take Action on Incidents"

Figure E-85 Mark Incident as Repaired

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Description of "Figure E-85 Mark Incident as Repaired"

Figure E-86 Close Incident

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Description of "Figure E-86 Close Incident"

E.8 Job Icons

Every action creates a job. Many jobs can run at the same time and some jobs take longer than others to complete. To follow the progress of a particular job, you can display the job details.

Figure E-88 Jobs In Progress

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Description of "Figure E-88 Jobs In Progress"

Figure E-89 Jobs Waiting For User Input

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Description of "Figure E-89 Jobs Waiting For User Input"

Figure E-91 Jobs Scheduled

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Description of "Figure E-91 Jobs Scheduled"

Figure E-92 Jobs Partially Successful

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Description of "Figure E-92 Jobs Partially Successful"

Figure E-93 Jobs Suspended

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Description of "Figure E-93 Jobs Suspended"

Figure E-95 Jobs Successful

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Description of "Figure E-95 Jobs Successful"

Figure E-96 View Job Details

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Description of "Figure E-96 View Job Details"

Figure E-97 Re-run Selected Jobs

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Description of "Figure E-97 Re-run Selected Jobs"

Figure E-98 Display Selected Target Details

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Description of "Figure E-98 Display Selected Target Details"

Figure E-99 Debug Jobs Using OCDoctor

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Description of "Figure E-99 Debug Jobs Using OCDoctor"

Figure E-101 Delete Selected Jobs

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Description of "Figure E-101 Delete Selected Jobs"

E.9 Kernel Icons

The kernel is a program that constitutes the central core of a computer operating system. It has complete control over everything that occurs in the system.

Figure E-102 Tree Node Icon

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Description of "Figure E-102 Tree Node Icon"

E.10 Library Icons

Libraries store and manage cached data, images, packages, and metadata. A software library stores images for provisioning operations. A Storage Library is a file system on the virtual host's server or it can be accessed through an NFS server or SAN network. Guest configurations for its operating system, data, CPU, memory, and network as metadata are stored in the storage library associated with the virtual host.

Figure E-103 New Local Software Library

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Description of "Figure E-103 New Local Software Library"

Figure E-104 New NAS Software Library

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Description of "Figure E-104 New NAS Software Library"

Figure E-105 New SAN Storage Library

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Description of "Figure E-105 New SAN Storage Library"

Figure E-106 Set Enterprise Controller Storage Library

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Description of "Figure E-106 Set Enterprise Controller Storage Library"

E.11 Message Center Icons

You can create, view, and manage service requests from the Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center user interface.

Figure E-107 Open Service Requests

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Description of "Figure E-107 Open Service Requests"

Figure E-108 Service Request Opened By Others

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Description of "Figure E-108 Service Request Opened By Others"

Figure E-109 My Service Requests

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Description of "Figure E-109 My Service Requests"

Figure E-110 Notifications

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Description of "Figure E-110 Notifications"

Figure E-111 Delete All Notifications

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Description of "Figure E-111 Delete All Notifications"

Figure E-112 My Incidents

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Description of "Figure E-112 My Incidents"

Figure E-113 Unassigned Incidents

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Description of "Figure E-113 Unassigned Incidents"

E.12 Monitoring Icons

Monitoring rules and policies define the monitoring parameters. Monitoring rules define the alerting conditions. Rules are associated with, and determined by, the type of managed resource. Monitoring rules state the values and boundaries for an asset's activity. A monitoring policy defines alert configurations to be performed on one or more managed resources. It contains the information needed to monitor a managed asset with user-defined alert configurations, including defined thresholds and alert monitors.

Below are the icons that are associated with monitoring rules and policies.

Figure E-114 Add Alert Monitoring Rule

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Description of "Figure E-114 Add Alert Monitoring Rule"

Figure E-115 Deselect All Rules

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Description of "Figure E-115 Deselect All Rules"

Figure E-116 Select All Rules

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Description of "Figure E-116 Select All Rules"

Figure E-117 Edit Alert Monitoring Rule

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Description of "Figure E-117 Edit Alert Monitoring Rule"

Figure E-118 Disable Alert Monitoring Rule

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Description of "Figure E-118 Disable Alert Monitoring Rule"

Figure E-119 Delete Alert Monitoring Rule

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Description of "Figure E-119 Delete Alert Monitoring Rule"

Figure E-120 Navigate to Monitoring Policy

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Description of "Figure E-120 Navigate to Monitoring Policy"

Figure E-121 Applying a Monitoring Policy

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Description of "Figure E-121 Applying a Monitoring Policy"

Figure E-122 Extract a Monitoring Policy

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Description of "Figure E-122 Extract a Monitoring Policy"

Figure E-123 Create a New Monitoring Policy

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Description of "Figure E-123 Create a New Monitoring Policy"

Figure E-124 Copy Monitoring Policy

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Description of "Figure E-124 Copy Monitoring Policy"

Figure E-125 Delete Monitoring Policy

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Description of "Figure E-125 Delete Monitoring Policy"

Figure E-126 Set as Default Policy

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Description of "Figure E-126 Set as Default Policy"

Figure E-127 View Associated Assets

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Description of "Figure E-127 View Associated Assets"

E.13 Network Icons

Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center manages networks for its virtual hosts. Guests in the network communicate with each other or with the Internet through these virtual hosts. Use networks to:

  • Manage individual hosts

  • Connect hosts to the Proxy Controller

  • Allow guests to communicate with each other or with the Internet

  • Connect remote JMX with the public API

Below are the icons that are associated with Network.

Figure E-128 Create Network Domain

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Description of "Figure E-128 Create Network Domain"

Figure E-129 Delete Network Domain

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Description of "Figure E-129 Delete Network Domain"

Figure E-130 Connect Guests

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Description of "Figure E-130 Connect Guests"

Figure E-131 Create Public Network

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Description of "Figure E-131 Create Public Network"

Figure E-132 Define Network

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Description of "Figure E-132 Define Network"

Figure E-133 Edit Attributes

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Description of "Figure E-133 Edit Attributes"

E.14 Operating System Icons

Operating system are icons that depict the type of operating system and the actions that are associated with the operating system.

Figure E-134 Linux Operating System Icon

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Description of "Figure E-134 Linux Operating System Icon"

Figure E-135 Oracle Solaris Icon

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Description of "Figure E-135 Oracle Solaris Icon"

Figure E-136 Oracle Solaris Cluster Icon

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Description of "Figure E-136 Oracle Solaris Cluster Icon"

Figure E-137 Microsoft Windows Icon

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Description of "Figure E-137 Microsoft Windows Icon"

Figure E-138 New Update OS Job

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Description of "Figure E-138 New Update OS Job"

Figure E-139 Deploy/Update Software

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Description of "Figure E-139 Deploy/Update Software"

Figure E-141 Attach Network

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Description of "Figure E-141 Attach Network"

Figure E-142 Place in Maintenance

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Description of "Figure E-142 Place in Maintenance"

Figure E-143 Update Operating System

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Description of "Figure E-143 Update Operating System"

E.15 Oracle VM Server Icons

These are icons that are related to the functions for Oracle VM Server.

Figure E-144 Oracle VM Server Pool

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Description of "Figure E-144 Oracle VM Server Pool"

Figure E-145 x86 Server Pool

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Description of "Figure E-145 x86 Server Pool"

Figure E-147 LDOM Server Pool

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Description of "Figure E-147 LDOM Server Pool"

Figure E-148 LDOM SPARC Server Pool

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Description of "Figure E-148 LDOM SPARC Server Pool"

E.16 Process Icons

These are icons associated to the processes of Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center.

Figure E-150 CPU Tree Node Icon

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Description of "Figure E-150 CPU Tree Node Icon"

Figure E-151 Memory Tree Node Icon

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Description of "Figure E-151 Memory Tree Node Icon"

Figure E-152 Tree Node Icon

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Description of "Figure E-152 Tree Node Icon"

E.17 Report Icons

Reports let you gather information about your assets, such as job history, firmware, operating system updates, and incidents. You can export reports or use them to start jobs on targeted assets.

Figure E-153 Create Windows Host Compliance Report

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Description of "Figure E-153 Create Windows Host Compliance Report"

Figure E-154 Create Windows Incident Compliance Report

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Description of "Figure E-154 Create Windows Incident Compliance Report"

Figure E-155 View Host Compliance Report Result

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Description of "Figure E-155 View Host Compliance Report Result"

Figure E-156 Rerun Report

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Description of "Figure E-156 Rerun Report"

Figure E-157 Delete Incident Compliance Report

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Description of "Figure E-157 Delete Incident Compliance Report"

Figure E-158 Run Report Template

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Description of "Figure E-158 Run Report Template"

Figure E-159 Report Pending to Run

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Description of "Figure E-159 Report Pending to Run"

Figure E-160 Create System Information Report

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Description of "Figure E-160 Create System Information Report"

Figure E-161 Create Incident Summary Report

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Description of "Figure E-161 Create Incident Summary Report"

Figure E-162 Create Incident Detail Report

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Description of "Figure E-162 Create Incident Detail Report"

Figure E-163 Create Firmware Report

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Description of "Figure E-163 Create Firmware Report"

Figure E-164 Create Change History Report

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Description of "Figure E-164 Create Change History Report"

Figure E-165 Create Baseline Report

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Description of "Figure E-165 Create Baseline Report"

Figure E-166 Create System Catalog Report

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Description of "Figure E-166 Create System Catalog Report"

Figure E-167 Create CVE report

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Description of "Figure E-167 Create CVE report"

Figure E-168 Create Recommended Software Configuration Report

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Description of "Figure E-168 Create Recommended Software Configuration Report"

Figure E-169 Create Solaris Update Compliance Report

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Description of "Figure E-169 Create Solaris Update Compliance Report"

Figure E-170 Create Profile Report

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Description of "Figure E-170 Create Profile Report"

Figure E-171 Create Exalogic System Report

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Description of "Figure E-171 Create Exalogic System Report"

Figure E-172 Compare Catalog Report

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Description of "Figure E-172 Compare Catalog Report"

Figure E-173 Distribution Update Report

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Description of "Figure E-173 Distribution Update Report"

Figure E-174 Package Compliance Report

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Description of "Figure E-174 Package Compliance Report"

Figure E-175 Service Pack Compliance Report

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Description of "Figure E-175 Service Pack Compliance Report"

Figure E-176 View CSV Output Icon

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Description of "Figure E-176 View CSV Output Icon"

Figure E-177 View Interactive Output Icon

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Description of "Figure E-177 View Interactive Output Icon"

Figure E-178 View PDF Output Icon

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Description of "Figure E-178 View PDF Output Icon"

E.18 SuperCluster Icons

SPARC SuperCluster is an Oracle Engineered System, which integrates SPARC compute nodes, a ZFS storage appliance, InfiniBand switches, and Exadata database Cells into a multi-rack system. Below are the icons that are associated with SuperCluster.

Figure E-179 SuperCluster

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Description of "Figure E-179 SuperCluster"

Figure E-180 SuperCluster Cluster

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Description of "Figure E-180 SuperCluster Cluster"

Figure E-181 SuperCluster Node

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Description of "Figure E-181 SuperCluster Node"

Figure E-182 SuperCluster Partnership

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Description of "Figure E-182 SuperCluster Partnership"

Figure E-183 SuperCluster Quorum

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Description of "Figure E-183 SuperCluster Quorum"

Figure E-184 SuperCluster Zone Cluster

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Description of "Figure E-184 SuperCluster Zone Cluster"

Figure E-185 SuperCluster Zone Cluster Node

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Description of "Figure E-185 SuperCluster Zone Cluster Node"

Figure E-186 Oracle Solaris Cluster Upgrade

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Description of "Figure E-186 Oracle Solaris Cluster Upgrade"

E.19 Switch Icons

Switch icons represent the hardware devices that join multiple computers within one local area network (LAN).

Figure E-187 General Switch

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Description of "Figure E-187 General Switch"

Figure E-188 InfiniBand Icon

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Description of "Figure E-188 InfiniBand Icon"

Figure E-190 Switch Reset

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Description of "Figure E-190 Switch Reset"

Figure E-191 Launch Switch UI

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Description of "Figure E-191 Launch Switch UI "

E.20 Universal Icons

Universal icons are icons that are associated with the most common functions or actions that are performed in the application.

Figure E-194 Deselect All Icon

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Description of "Figure E-194 Deselect All Icon"

Figure E-195 Select All Icon

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Description of "Figure E-195 Select All Icon"

Figure E-196 Power Off Icon

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Description of "Figure E-196 Power Off Icon"

Figure E-197 Refresh Icon

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Description of "Figure E-197 Refresh Icon"

Figure E-199 Suspend Icon

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Description of "Figure E-199 Suspend Icon"

Figure E-200 View Details Icon

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Description of "Figure E-200 View Details Icon"

E.21 Update Policy Icons

Policies are lists of actions that are explicitly approved or denied. Policies are specific to operating system update and define the amount of user interaction you want when applying operating system patches and packages. Update policies define the component configuration of the system you want to update.

Figure E-204 Import Policy

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Description of "Figure E-204 Import Policy"

E.22 Update Profile Icons

Update profile icons are icons that are associated to the update actions that are carried out on a profile in a defined order.

Figure E-206 New Profile Icon

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Description of "Figure E-206 New Profile Icon"

Figure E-208 Import Profile

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Description of "Figure E-208 Import Profile"

Figure E-209 Profile Install Packages

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Description of "Figure E-209 Profile Install Packages"

Figure E-210 Profile Uninstall Packages

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Description of "Figure E-210 Profile Uninstall Packages"

E.23 vDC Icons

Virtual Datacenter or vDC is a collection of the server pools that share the common storage and network resources.

Figure E-211 Reserved IP Address

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Description of "Figure E-211 Reserved IP Address"

Figure E-212 Allocated IP Address

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Description of "Figure E-212 Allocated IP Address"

Figure E-213 Used IP Address

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Description of "Figure E-213 Used IP Address"