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Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center Administration Guide
12c Release 2 (12.2.1.0.0)

E38534-05
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A  B  C  D  E  H  I  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W 

A

accessing the cluster management UI, 9.2.8
adding a directory server, 7.5
adding a product alias, 4.4
adding authentications, 4.5
adding users, 7.2
Agent Controllers
agentadm command, A.3
local Agent Controllers, 2.5
configuring on the Enterprise Controller, 2.5.1
configuring on the Proxy Controller, 2.5.3
unconfiguring on the Enterprise Controller, 2.5.2
unconfiguring on the Proxy Controller, 2.5.4
migrating between Proxy Controllers, 9.3.5
uninstalling, 11.2
viewing, 2.2.1
agentadm command, A.3
associating networks with a Proxy Controller, 2.10.1
authentications
adding, 4.5
editing, 4.5
Auto Service Requests
blacklisting an asset, 6.6
disabling, 6.5
enabling, 6.4
providing contact information, 6.3
providing contact information for an asset or group, 6.3.2
providing default contact information, 6.3.1
viewing an asset’s ASR status, 6.2

B

backup and restore
backing up an Enterprise Controller, 8.2
restoring an Enterprise Controller, 8.3
blacklisting an asset for Auto Service Requests, 6.6

C

changing the customer-managed database location, 3.4
changing the database credentials, 3.7
changing the HTTP Proxy, 2.14
checking the Enterprise Controller Cluster status, 9.2.6
checking the Enterprise Controller status, 2.9.1
checking the Proxy Controller status, 2.9.4
command line administration, A
configuring a notification profile, 7.11
configuring a Proxy Controller to use a strong cipher suite configuration, 2.11
configuring DHCP, 2.12.1
configuring external DHCP servers, 2.12.3
configuring Oracle Configuration Manager, 2.6
configuring subnets, 2.12.2
configuring the Enterprise Controller for WAN Boot, 2.13
Connected Mode, 2.3.2
connection modes, 2.3
switching to Connected Mode, 2.3.2
switching to Disconnected Mode, 2.3.1
converting a single Enterprise Controller to high availability, 9.2.1
converting to a single Enterprise Controller, 9.2.2

D

database
changing credentials, 3.7
changing the customer-managed database location, 3.4
Installing and configuring a customer-managed database, 3.2
migrating to a customer-managed database, 3.3
upgrading a customer-managed database, 3.6
verifying, 3.5
deleting a directory server, 7.7
deleting a notification profile, 7.12
deleting users, 7.3
DHCP configuration, 2.12.1
directory servers
adding, 7.5
deleting, 7.7
disabling Auto Service Requests, 6.5
disabling networks for a Proxy Controller, 2.10.2
Disconnected Mode, 2.3.1
downloading the OCDoctor, 5.2

E

ecadm command, A.1
editing authentications, 4.5
editing the energy cost, 4.6
enabling Auto Service Requests, 6.4
enabling networks for a Proxy Controller, 2.10.2
energy cost
editing, 4.6
Enterprise Controller
backing up, 8.2
checking the status, 2.9.1
ecadm command, A.1
high availability, 9.2
registering, 2.7
restoring, 8.3
starting, 2.9.2
stopping, 2.9.3
uninstalling, 11.4
viewing configuration, 2.2.3
WAN boot configuration, 2.13
external DHCP server configuration, 2.12.3

H

harvester script, 2.4
copying content to the Enterprise Controller, 2.4.4
downloading, 2.4.2
examples of running the harvester script, 2.4.3
identifying a harvester system, 2.4.1
using, 2.4.3
high availability, 9.2
accessing the cluster management UI, 9.2.8
checking the cluster status, 9.2.6
converting to a single Enterprise Controller, 9.2.2
converting to high availability, 9.2.1
managing network resources, 9.2.4
manually relocating, 9.2.3
removing a standby Enterprise Controller, 9.2.5
shutting down an Enterprise Controller without relocating, 9.2.7
HTTP Proxy
changing, 2.14

I

installing and configuring a customer-managed database, 3.2

L

logs, 4.3

M

managing HA network resources, 9.2.4
managing Proxy Controller networks, 2.10
managing roles, 7.9
manually relocating the Enterprise Controller, 9.2.3
migrating to a customer-managed database, 3.3

N

networks
associating with a Proxy Controller, 2.10.1
enable or disable, 2.10.2
notification profiles
configuring, 7.11
deleting, 7.12

O

OCDoctor
downloading, 5.2
preinstallation checks, 5.3
running a self-diagnosis, 2.8
troubleshooting and tuning, 5.4
updating, 5.5
Oracle Configuration Manager
configuring, 2.6

P

performing preinstallation checks, 5.3
performing troubleshooting and tuning, 5.4
permissions
granted by roles, 7.8.1
required for tasks, 7.8.2
preinstallation checks, 5.3
product aliases, 4.4
providing ASR contact information, 6.3
Proxy Controllers
associate networks, 2.10.1
automatic failover, 9.3.1
checking the status, 2.9.4
configuring to use a strong cipher suite configuration, 2.11
DHCP configuration, 2.12.1
enable or disable networks, 2.10.2
high availability, 9.3
maintenance mode, 2.9.7
manage networks, 2.10
proxyadm command, A.2
putting in maintenance mode, 2.9.7
removing from maintenance mode, 2.9.8
starting, 2.9.5
stopping, 2.9.6
subnet configuration, 2.12.2
uninstalling, 11.3
viewing, 2.2.2
proxyadm command, A.2
putting a Proxy Controller in maintenance mode, 2.9.7

R

registering the Enterprise Controller, 2.7
relocating the Enterprise Controller, 9.2.3
removing a Proxy Controller from maintenance mode, 2.9.8
removing a standby Enterprise Controller, 9.2.5
replicating a user, 7.10
roles
copying to a new user, 7.10
managing, 7.9
permissions granted by roles, 7.8.1
tasks available based on permissions, 7.8.2
running a self-diagnosis, 2.8

S

self-diagnosis, 2.8
service status, 4.2
shutting down an Enterprise Controller without relocating, 9.2.7
starting a Proxy Controller, 2.9.5
starting the Enterprise Controller, 2.9.2
stopping a Proxy Controller, 2.9.6
stopping the Enterprise Controller, 2.9.3
strong cipher suite configuration, 2.11
subnet configuration, 2.12.2
synchronizing remote users and roles, 7.6

T

troubleshooting with the OCDoctor, 5.4
tuning with the OCDoctor, 5.4

U

uninstalling
Agent Controllers, 11.2
Enterprise Controllers, 11.4
Proxy Controllers, 11.3
updating the OCDoctor, 5.5
upgrading
planning the upgrade, 10.1.2
upgrading a customer-managed database, 3.6
users
adding, 7.2
configuring notification profiles, 7.11
deleting, 7.3
deleting notification profiles, 7.12
managing user roles, 7.9
replicating, 7.10
viewing role details, 7.4
using connection modes, 2.3

V

verifying the database, 3.5
viewing Agent Controllers, 2.2.1
viewing ASR status for an asset, 6.2
viewing logs, 4.3
viewing Proxy Controllers, 2.2.2
viewing service status, 4.2
viewing the Enterprise Controller configuration, 2.2.3
viewing user role details, 7.4

W

WAN boot configuration, 2.13