Once you log into your Service Manager instance, you can create deployments or edit existing ones. You can work with multiple deployments from a single Service Manager instance.
After you have completed the Oracle GoldenGate MA installation, you must then create a new deployment using the Configuration Assistant. You can use this wizard to add multiple deployments to one Service Manager. So, you only have to upgrade the one Service Manager with new releases or patches.
You can select the Service Manager as a daemon service that enables you to control all other services in MA and run as a system service, while creating a deployment.
Check that the Service Manager is Running
Note:If the Service Manager is registered as a system daemon, then the Service Manager, Administration Server (AS), Distribution Server (DS), Receiver Server (RS), and the Performance Metrics Server are automatically started when the host is (re)started.
You must ensure that the Service Manager is running before you connect to it. To start a Service Manager:
On a Linux platform, type:
Run the command:
Login to Service Manager
For more information on setting up the Service Manager as a daemon service, see How to Create Secure and Non-Secure Deployments.
When you complete the MA, the Service Manager Home page opens up at the specified URL. This page acts as an access point for performing deployment, configuring the Administration Server, Distribution Server, Receiver Server, Performance Metrics Server, and the Admin Client.
The Service Manager home page is a dashboard where you can see the services that have been deployed and access inventory and configuration information pertaining to your deployments. You can also view the status of your deployments, and start and stop services.
|View the service status||Review Status Changes|
|Start and stop deployments||Starting and Stopping Deployments and Services|
|Access various servers||You can click the respective links to access the following:
|Access details for Administration Server, Distribution Server, Performance Metrics Server, and Receiver Server||Click Details for the server for which you need to see the details. See View and Edit Services Configuration.|
|Application Navigation pane||Click the icon to expand and access the Service Manager or the Diagnosis home pages.|
You can review all of the messages logged for your Service Manager with this page.
Using the Table
Each of the columns can be used to sort the information by the column type. You hover over the column title, and then click the arrow to the right of the column.
The Service Manager is the central hub from where you can start and stop deployments, Administration Server, Distribution Server, Performance Metrics Server, Receiver Server.
Note:If Oracle GoldenGate Service Manager is registered as a system daemon, then the Service Manager along with the other servers, are automatically started when the host is (re)started.
You can remove the deployment using the
By removing a deployment, you get to delete various components of the deployment, including, extracts, replicats, paths, and configuration files. However, the Service Manager is not deleted.
oggca program from the following location:
Select Existing Service Manager from the Select Service Manager Options screen. Click Next
Select Remove Existing Oracle GoldenGate Deployment from the Configuration Options screen.
Note:When you remove a deployment or uninstall Oracle GoldenGate MA, the system does not automatically stop processes. As a result, you may have to stop processes associated with the deployment and you must clean files manually. For details, see “Files to be Removed Manually After Removing Deployment”.
See the list of settings that are deleted with the deployment and click Finish.
Files to be Removed Manually After Removing Deployment
sudoprivileges. The files to be deleted include:
|Operating System||Files to be Removed Manually to Unregister an Existing Service Manager|
The services configuration and restart options for Administration Server, Distribution Server, Performance Metrics Server, and Receiver Server can be viewed and edited from the Services Manager.
You can access the services configuration for each of the servers, from the Service Manager home page. Click the Details button for the server that you need to check the service configuration for. The Service Configuration page is displayed. This page allows you to view and edit the service configuration and the restart options for the corresponding server. The configuration and restart options for all the servers are the same.
|Service Configuration Options||Description|
|Port||Port Number for the corresponding server|
|Enable Legacy Protocol||Enables legacy communication for services that are compatible.|
|Enabled Async Operation||Enables asynchronous RESTful API method execution|
|Default Sync Wait||The default time a service will wait before responding with an asynchronous REST API response|
|Enabled Task Manager||Enable task management for services that provide it.|
|U-Mask||File mode creation mask|
|Config Force||Forces the configuration data.|
|Quiet||Starts the service in quiet mode.|
|Enabled||Indicates that the service is managed by Service Manager.|
|Status||Indicates that the service is running.|
|Enabled||If set to true, then it restart a task if it gets terminated.|
|On Success||If set to false, then the task is only restarted if it fails.|
|Delay||The time (in minutes) to pause between discovering that a process is terminated abruptly and restarting it.|
|Retries||The maximum number of trials to restart the service, before aborting the retry effort.|
|Window||The time interval in which the retries are counted. The default is 120 minutes.|
|Disable on Failure||If set to true, the task is disabled after it fails all execution attempts in an execution window.|