|Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide
Part Number A85247-01
This appendix describes the directory structure that is created when Oracle Enterprise Manager Release 2.2 is installed.
The following directories are created when Oracle Enterprise Manager Release 2.2 is installed.
The directory structure for
$ORACLE_HOME\sysman is listed below:
$ORACLE_HOME\sysman\admin directory contains SQL scripts and registry files that are used by the Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant. The contents must not be altered.
$ORACLE_HOME\sysman\config directory contains several configuration files. Only the following files should be altered by the user:
Any other files in this directory must not be altered.
Tracing information for the Oracle Enterprise Manager Release 2.2 components is stored in the
dbappscfg.properties file contains settings for SQL*Plus worksheet.
dbappscfg.properties is used to specify additional environment variables for SQL*Plus.
By default, the following is set:
paging.cfg.template file enables tracing for the Oracle Enterprise Manager Paging Server 2.2.
When you save init.ora parameters to a file while using Instance Management tool, the files are saved to the
$ORACLE_HOME\sysman\ifiles directory by default.
$ORACLE_HOME\sysman\log directory contains the output of traces that are redirected to disk. This directory contains the
oms.nohup files. The
oms.nohup file contains Management Server error messages which appear before the Management Server starts up. The
oms.log file contains messages generated when the Management Server is starting and running.
$ORACLE_HOME\sysman\mesg directory contains message files.
$ORACLE_HOME\sysman\doc\readme directory contains readmes.
ORACLE_HOME\sysman\report directory contains reports generated on the fly.
$ORACLE_HOME\sysman\temp directory contains temporary files that may be created in the course of processing management operations.
Other important directories include:
All readmes that ship with Enterprise Manager are installed in this directory.
Documentation in html and PDF formats that ship with Enterprise Manager are installed in this directory. For Unix and Windows platforms, the documentation is on a separate CD and is not installed when you install Enterprise Manager software.