Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide
Release 9.0.1

Part Number A88769-01
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A

accessibility
documentation, xvii
keyboard actions, not commonly known or no firm standard, G-1
administrator
regular, 4-8
super, 4-8
Apache webserver, 5-9

C

CATTBS tablespace, 3-4
checking status
management server, 3-43
command syntax, xvi
configuring
console for dialup line, 4-21
local management server
for a new repository, 3-4
for an existing repository, 3-26
web browser to run Enterprise Manager, 5-5
webserver and directory mapping (oem_webstage)
Apache webserver, 5-9
Internet Information Server (IIS), 5-10
Console, 1-3
console
setting language for, D-2
Console connected to Management Server
configuring and starting paging server, 4-13
configuring e-mail server, 4-18
creating administrator accounts, 4-8
discovering network nodes and machines, 4-6
enabling job system, 4-10
reasons for choosing, 4-2
starting, 4-4
Console from web browser, 5-2
Console in standalone mode
adding databases to the tree, 2-7
reasons for choosing, 2-2
repository, 2-9
starting, 2-5
conventions, used in this guide, xvi
creating
database user for standalone repository, 2-15
enterprise repository, 3-4
new Windows user account, 4-11
OEM_REPOSITORY tablespace, 3-21, F-8
standalone repository, 2-12
tablespace for standalone repository, 2-12
user with Logon as a batch job privilege, 4-11
Custom repository creation option, 3-11

D

database listener port address, 3-16
dates, setting format of, F-24
dialup line, configuring, 4-21
Discovery Wizard, 4-6
documentation accessibility, xvii
documents, related to configuration guide, xiv

E

e-mail server, configuring, 4-18
emwebsite.html, 5-5
Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant
Change Database SID, 3-13
changing management server configuration to use another repository, 3-26
changing password management server uses to log into repository, 3-26
Configuration Assistant Progress Window, 3-23
Configuration Operation, 3-6, 3-27, 3-35
Configuration Parameters Summary, 3-32
Configure Management Server, 3-8, 3-28
Create New Repository Options, 3-9
Create Repository Summary, 3-22
dropping repository, 3-38
Edit Configuration Parameters, 3-28
Edit or Create dialog, 3-7
errors, F-6
Repository Login Information, 3-16, 3-36
Select Database for Repository, 3-15, 3-35
Select Database Location, 3-12
Select Management Region, 3-29
Select Repository for Upgrade, 3-35
Select Repository User Tablespaces, 3-18
setting up a management server to manage an already existing repository, 3-26
starting, 3-2
troubleshooting, F-6
Upgrade Repository Configuration Assistant Progress, 3-36
Upgrade Repository Summary, 3-36
upgrading repository, 3-35
Welcome page, 3-5
Enterprise Manager reporting system, 4-18

F

files
oemctl batch, F-18
oms.log, F-16
oms.nohup, F-16
paging.cfg, B-8
paging.cfg.template, B-8
FLEXTD, 4-13

G

Global System for Mobile Communications, 4-13
guidelines for determining storage requirements and disk space allocation, C-1

H

host (machine name), 3-16

I

Internet Information Server (IIS), 5-10

J

job system, enabling, 4-10

K

keyboard navigation, G-1

L

logging
management server, B-3
logging parameters
LOGGING.DIR, B-4
LOGGING.ENABLED, B-4
LOGGING.FILENAME, B-4
LOGGING.MAX_FILE_CNT, B-4
LOGGING.MAX_SIZE, B-4
LOGGING.SAVE_PREVIOUS_LOG, B-5
VDG.JOB.OUTPUT, B-3
Logon as a batch job privilege, 4-11

M

management applications, integrated, 1-3, 5-2
management regions, 3-29
management server, 1-5
changing for client access, F-19
changing password it uses to log into the repository, 3-26
changing to use another repository, 3-26
checking status, 3-43
configuring for existing repository, 3-26
configuring for new repository, 3-4
dialup line connecting to, 4-21
log files
controlling disk space, B-5
logging, B-3
starting, 3-41
stopping, 3-46
troubleshooting, F-15
Management Servers dialog, 4-5
MetaLink features, F-2

N

nodes, discovering in network, 4-6

O

OEM_REPOSITORY tablespace, 3-18, 3-21, F-8
oemapp console oem.loginmode=oms command, 4-4
oemapp console oem.loginmode=standalone command, 2-6
oemctl batch file, F-18
oemctl ping oms command, 3-43
oemctl start oms command, 3-42
oemctl status oms command, 3-43
oemctl stop oms command, 3-46
omsconfig.properties file, 3-32
oms.log file, F-16
oms.nohup file, F-16
Oracle Accessibility Program web site, xvii
Oracle Change Management Pack, 1-4
Oracle Diagnostics Pack, 1-3, 5-2
Oracle Enterprise Manager
architecture, 1-2
First Tier Centralized Consoles, 1-3
Second Tier Central, Scalable and Reliable Oracle Management Servers, 1-5
Third Tier Managed Targets and Autonomous Intelligent Agents, 1-5
management server, 3-41, 3-43, 3-46
system and hardware requirements, 1-13
Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications, 1-4
Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3, 1-4
Oracle Standard Management Pack, 1-4
Oracle Support, reporting problems to, F-2
Oracle Tuning Pack, 1-4, 5-2

P

paging notification preferences, specifying, 4-17
paging server
configuring and starting, 4-13
tracing, B-8
TRACEFILENAME, B-9
TRACING.ENABLED, B-8
TRACING.LEVEL, B-8
troubleshooting, F-21
paging server tracing, B-8
paging.cfg, B-8
paging.cfg.template, B-8
password
SYSMAN, F-23
password, repository user, F-23
password, resetting, F-23

R

recovery catalog, 3-4
Regular Administrator, 4-8
reporting problems to Oracle Support, F-2
Reporting, configuring, 4-18
repository
backing up, 3-33
sizing, C-1
Oracle Change Management Pack, C-3
Oracle Diagnostics Pack, C-2
Oracle Enterprise Manager Console and DBA Management Pack, C-2
Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications, C-4
Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3, C-4
Oracle Standard Management Pack, C-5
Oracle Tuning Pack, C-3
repository credentials, saving, 3-18
repository user password, 3-10
repository user password, changing, F-23
repository, dropping, 3-38
repository, standalone
create a database user for, 2-15
create a tablespace for, 2-12
database requirements for, 2-12
resetting SYSMAN password, F-23

S

Select Repository User Tablespaces
if OEM_REPOSITORY does not exist, 3-21
if OEM_REPOSITORY exists, 3-20
setting language for Console, D-2
setting up
ORACLE_HOME environment variable, 3-43, F-15
Windows domain user, 4-12
SID (database system identifier), 3-16
SQL Engine Tracing, B-9
starting
Console connected to Management Server, 4-4
Console from web browser, 5-2
Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant, 3-2
management server, 3-41
Oracle Enterprise Manager from a web browser, 5-2
stopping
management server, 3-46
Oracle HTTP Server, 4-19, 5-3
Super Administrator, 4-8
SYSMAN password, resetting, F-23

T

tablespace
CATTBS, 3-4
creating, F-9
increasing the size of an existing, F-10
OEM_REPOSITORY, 3-18
ROLLBACK, 3-19
SYSTEM, 3-19
TEMPORARY, 3-19
Telocator Alphanumeric Protocol, 4-13
tracing
paging server, B-8
SQL Engine, B-9
web browser, B-7
tracing parameters
TRACEFILENAME, B-9
TRACING.ENABLED, B-2, B-5, B-8
TRACING.LEVEL, B-2, B-5, B-8
VDB_DEBUG, B-9
VDB_SESSION_DEBUG, B-9
VDB_VERBOSE_DEBUG, B-9
VDB_VERBOSE_SESSION_DEBUG, B-10
troubleshooting
changing the permissions on the omsconfig.properties file, F-13
console does not launch web browser, F-22
console hangs, F-21
database parameters for repository operation, F-11
Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant, F-6
management server, F-15
changing for client access, F-19
error messages, F-18
not run correctly from a non-default Oracle Home, F-15
not start from the Windows Start Menu, F-16
setting the ping interval, 6-2
Oracle Technical Support, providing them with information, F-5
paging server, F-21
reporting problems to Oracle Support, F-2
repository database default tablespace, F-8
resetting SYSMAN password, F-23
using MetaLink, F-2
web browser, F-21
Typical repository creation option, 3-9

U

upgrade of Oracle Enterprise Manager products, coordinating, 3-34
upgrading repository, release 2.x to release 9i, 3-33

W

web browser
supported, 5-2
tracing, B-7
troubleshooting, F-21
Windows 2000 Services, E-3
Windows NT Event Log, F-16
Windows user account
assigning privileges to, 4-11

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