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Oracle® Enterprise Manager Advanced Configuration
10g Release 1 (10.1)
Part No. B12013-03
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A

accessibility
enabling accessibility mode, 1.3.1
enabling accessiblity features, 1.3
providing textual descriptions of charts, 1.3.2
Additional Management Agent installation type, 1.2.2
advanced configuration
introduction, 1
types of tasks, 1.1
Agent Registration Password, 4.2.3
changing, 4.2.7
Agent Upload Problems
default notification rule, 11.4
AGENT_HOME
definition, 1.2.2, 1.2.2.1
AGENT_HOME/bin, 1.2.2.1
AGENT_HOME/network/admin, 4.2.8.4, 4.2.8.4
AGENT_HOME/sysman, 1.2.2.1
AGENT_HOME/sysman/admin/scripts/db/config/response.pl, 12.3
AGENT_HOME/sysman/config, 1.2.2.1
AGENT_HOME/sysman/log, 1.2.2.1
AGENT_PORT
EMCA command, 1.2.6.3
agentInstallJob.tcl, 10.3.1
Agents Unreachable
default notification rule, 11.4
aggregration and purging policies
See data retention policies
analyzing tables
after adding many Grid Control targets, 8.3
sample SQL for manually analyzing Management Repository tables, 8.3
Application Performance Management, 4.7.2, 5.2.7
before configuring, 6.1
configuring, 6
configuring End-User Response Time Monitoring, 6.2, 6.4.2
configuring Interactive Tracing for Business Transactions, 6.2
configuring Middle-Tier URL Performance Monitoring, 6.2
configuring Transaction Performance Monitoring, 6.2
summary of configuration tasks, 6.2
Application Performance Monitoring
confirming that End-User Response Time Monitoring is enabled, 6.4.4
Application Server Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 11.4
Application Server Control
directory structure, 1.2.3
introduction, 1.2.3
Ports page, 5.3
security, 4.3
starting and stopping, 2.3
starting and stopping on Windows systems, 2.2.2
Application Service Level Management
using to monitor the Management Service, 3.5.1.2
archive logging
for Management Repository database, 8.1
assistive technology, 1.3
audience
intended audience, Preface
Automatic Storage Management
when configuring Database Control, 1.2.6.3
Availability Transaction Response chart
on the Web Application target home page, 3.5.1.2

B

Bad SQL
configuring the database to show Bad SQL, 12.3
Beacons
configuring firewalls to allow ICMP traffic, 5.2.7
Local Beacon, 6.3.1
monitoring Web Applications over HTTPS, 4.7.2
blackouts
controlling with emctl, 2.7.4
examples, 2.7.4
Business Transaction Tracing
configuring, 6.3.3

C

Certificate dialog box
Internet Explorer, 4.7.1.1, 4.7.1.1, 4.7.2
charts
providing textual descriptions for accessibility, 1.3.2
chronos_setup.sh, 6.4.2.1
configuring OracleAS Web Cache, 6.4.2.3
configuring the Web Server, 6.4.2.2
starting End-User Response Time Monitoring, 6.4.2.4
collection directory, 12.1.1
Common Configurations
overview, 3.1
common configurations
deploying a remote management repository, 3.4
deploying Grid Control on a single host, 3.3
firewalls and other security considerations, 3.1
high availability configurations, 3.6
managing multiple hosts, 3.4
using multiple Management Services, 3.5
when deploying Grid Control, 3
configuring for Management Services, 3.6.1.2
connect descriptor
using to identify the Management Repository database, 8.5.1, 8.5.2.2
conventions
used in this guide, Preface
Create Administrator Page
when SSO support is enabled, 4.5.2

D

data collections
how Enterprise Manager stores, 12.1.1
restoring default, 12.1.1
understanding default and custom, 12.1
Data Guard
configuring Enterprise Manager availability, 8.1
data retention policies
default settings, 8.2.1
for Application Performance Management data, 8.2.1
for other Management data, 8.2.2
modifying default, 8.2.3
of the Management Repository, 8.2
when targets are deleted, 8.2.4
Database Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 11.4
Database Configuration Assistant
See DBCA
Database Control
configuring after installation, 1.2.6, 1.2.6.3
configuring during installation, 1.2.6
configuring with DBCA, 1.2.6.2
configuring with EMCA, 1.2.6.3
directory structure, 1.2.4
enabling security for, 4.4
introduction, 1.2.4
location of Management Agent and Management Service support files, 1.2.4
removing from a Real Application Clusters node, 1.2.6.3
removing with EMCA, 1.2.6.3
starting on UNIX, 2.4.1
stopping on UNIX, 2.4.2
database monitoring
manually configuring an Oracle9i database for monitoring, 12.3
db_recovery_file_dest initialization parameter, 1.2.6.3
DBCA
configuring Database Control with, 1.2.6.2
Management Options page, 1.2.6.2
starting on UNIX, 1.2.6.2
starting on Windows, 1.2.6.2
DBCONSOLE_HTTP_PORT
EMCA command, 1.2.6.3
DBSNMP database user, 2.7.2
setting the password for, 2.7.2
DBSNMP user, 12.3
default_collection directory, 12.1.1
deleting targets
data retention policies when, 8.2.4
directory structure
important Management Service directories, 1.2.1.3
introduction to, 1.2
disk mirroring and stripping
Management Repository guideline, 8.1
disk space management
controlling Management Agent disk space, 9.1.3
controlling the contents of trace files, 7.1.5
controlling the size and number of log and trace files, 7.1.4, 7.1.7, 7.2.3
controlling the size of log and trace files, 7.2.4
document root
finding, 6.4.2.2
dontProxyFor
description of property, 5.2.3.2
property in emoms.properties, 5.2.3.1
dropping the Management Repository, 8.5

E

EM Website
using to monitor the Management Service, 3.5.1.2
Web Application target, 3.5.1.2
EM Website Web Application target, 6.1
emagent.log, 7.1.1
emagentlogging.properties, 7.1.6
log4j.rootCategory property, 7.1.7
MaxBackupIndex property, 7.1.6
MaxFileSize property, 7.1.6
emagent.nohup, 7.1.1
emagent.trc, 7.1.1
EMCA
AGENT_PORT argument, 1.2.6.3
command-line arguments, 1.2.6.3
configuring Database Control for Real Application Clusters, 1.2.6.5
configuring Database Control with, 1.2.6.3
DBCONSOLE_HTTP_PORT argument, 1.2.6.3
JMS_PORT argument, 1.2.6.3
reconfiguring Database Control after changing the listener port, 1.2.6.7.2
RMI_PORT argument, 1.2.6.3
sample EMCA input file, 1.2.6.4
specifying port assignments, 1.2.6.6
troubleshooting problems with the Database Control, 1.2.6.7
troubleshooting tips, 1.2.6.7
using an input file for EMCA parameters, 1.2.6.4
emctl, 2
controlling blackouts, 2.7.4
listing targets on a managed host, 2.7.3
location in AGENT_HOME, 1.2.2.1
security commands, 4.2.3
setting monitoring credentials, 2.7.2.2
starting, stopping, and checking the Management Service, 2.2
emctl config agent credentials, 2.7.2.2
emctl config agent listtargets, 2.7.3
emctl config oms
sample output, 4.5.1
emctl config oms sso, 4.5.1
emctl getemhome, 1.2.5
emctl istop, 2.1.2
emctl reload, 2.7.1
emctl secure agent, 4.2.4
sample output, 4.2.4
emctl secure dbconsole, 4.4
emctl secure em, 4.3
sample output, 4.3
emctl secure lock, 4.2.6
emctl secure oms, 4.2.3, 4.2.3
sample output, 4.2.3
emctl secure setpwd, 4.2.7.2
emctl secure unlock, 4.2.6
emctl start agent, 2.1.1
emctl start blackout, 2.7.4, 2.7.4
emctl start dbconsole, 2.4.1
emctl start iasconsole, 2.3.1
emctl start oms, 2.2.1.2
emctl status agent, 2.1.1, 2.1.1
emctl status blackout, 2.7.4
emctl status oms, 2.2.1.2
emctl stop agent, 2.1.1
emctl stop blackout, 2.7.4
emctl stop dbconsole, 2.4.2
emctl stop iasconsole, 2.3.1
emctl stop oms, 2.2.1.2
emctl upload, 2.7.1
emd_maintenance.remove_em_dbms_jobs, 8.3
emd_maintenance.submit_em_dbms_jobs, 8.3
EMD_URL
property in the emd.properties file, 9.1.2
emd.properties, 7.1.4, 9.1.1, 9.1.2, 9.1.3
EMD_URL, 9.1.2
emdWalletDest, 9.1.1
emdWalletSrcUrl, 9.1.1
location, 1.2.2.1
LogFileMaxRolls, 7.1.4
REPOSITORY_PROXYHOST, 5.2.2.1
REPOSITORY_PROXYPORT, 5.2.2.1
REPOSITORY_URL, 3.3, 3.4, 9.1.1
TrcFileMaxrolls, 7.1.4
TrcFileMaxSize, 7.1.4
UploadMaxBytesXML, 9.1.3
UploadMaxDiskUsedPct, 9.1.3
emdRepConnectDescriptor
property in emoms.properties, 3.6.3.4
emdRepPort
property in the emoms.properties file, 9.2.1.1
emdRepPwd
property in the emoms.properties file, 9.2.1.1
emdRepPwdEncrypted
property in the emoms.properties file, 9.2.1.1
emdRepServer
property in the emoms.properties file, 9.2.1.1
emdRepSID
property in the emoms.properties file, 9.2.1.1
emdRepUser
property in the emoms.properties file, 9.2.1.1
emdWalletDest
property in emd.properties, 9.1.1
emdWalletSrcUrl
property in emd.properties, 9.1.1
em.notification.emails_per_minute
property in emoms.properties, 11.2.1
em.notification.os_cmd_timeout
property in emoms.properties, 11.2.2.1
emoms.log, 7.2.1, 7.2.3
emomslogging.properties, 7.2.3, 7.2.4
MaxBackupIndex, 7.2.3
MaxFileSize, 7.2.3
emoms.properties, 8.4, 9.2.1
configuring the JDBC connection to the Management Repository, 3.3, 3.4
dontProxyFor property, 5.2.3.1
emdRepConnectDescriptor, 3.6.3.4
emdRepPort, 9.2.1.1
emdRepPwd, 9.2.1.1
emdRepPwdEncrypted, 9.2.1.1
emdRepServer, 9.2.1.1
emdRepSID, 9.2.1.1
emdRepUser, 9.2.1.1
em.notification.emails_per_connection, 11.2.1
property in emoms.properties, 11.2.1
em.notification.emails_per_minute, 11.2.1
em.notification.os_cmd_timeout, 11.2.2.1
maxInactiveTime, 12.4
oracle.net.crypto_checksum_client, 4.2.8.2
oracle.net.crypto_checksum_types_client, 4.2.8.2
oracle.net.encryption_client, 4.2.8.2
oracle.net.encryption_types_client, 4.2.8.2
oracle.sysman.eml.mntr.emdRepPwd, 8.4
oracle.sysman.eml.mntr.emdRepPwdEncrypted, 8.4
oracle.sysman.emRep.dbConn.enableEncryption, 4.2.8.2
oracle.sysman.emSDK.sec.DirectoryAuthenticationType, 4.6
oracle.sysman.emSDK.svlt.ConsoleServerPort, 9.2.2
proxyHost property, 5.2.3.1
proxyPort property, 5.2.3.1
sample Management Repository properties, 9.2.1.1
emoms.trc, 7.2.1
emwd watchdog script
in the AGENT_HOME/bin directory, 9.1.4
enabling tracing
for an OC4J instance, 6.3.3
End-User Response Time Monitoring
configuring, 6.2, 6.4.2
configuring for earlier versions of OracleAS Web Cache, 6.4.2
configuring for Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2 (9.0.4), 6.4.1
confirming that it is enabled, 6.4.4
starting, 6.4.2.4
Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs), 6.3.3
Enterprise Manager
See Oracle Enterprise Manager
Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control Using a New Database
installation type, 3.3
Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control Using an Existing Database
installation type, 3.6.3.2
Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant
See EMCA
Enterprise Manager Framework Security
about, 4.2.1
compared with Oracle HTTP Server security features, 4.2.1
configuring, 4.2
enabling for Management Repository, 4.2.8
enabling for multiple Management Services, 4.2.5
enabling for the Management Agent, 4.2.4
in a firewall environment, 5.1
overview of steps required, 4.2.2
restricting HTTP access, 4.2.6
types of secure connections, 4.2.1
Enterprise Manager Logon Page
when configuring SSO, 4.5.2
Enterprise User Security
configuring Enterprise Manager for, 4.6

F

fetchlet
log and trace files, 7.1.6
firewalls
between browser and the Grid Control, 5.2.1
between Grid Control and a managed database target, 5.2.5
between Management Service and Management Agents, 5.2.6
between Management Service and Management Repository, 5.2.4
configuring for ICMP traffic, 5.2.7
configuring for UDP traffic, 5.2.7
configuring the Management Agent for, 5.2.2
configuring the Management Service for, 5.2.3
configuring to allow incoming data from Management Service, 5.2.3.3
configuring to allow incoming traffic to Management Agent, 5.2.2.2
considerations before configuring, 5.1
considerations when using with multiple Management Services, 5.2.6
flashback recovery area
when configuring Database Control, 1.2.6.3

G

getemhome
emctl command, 1.2.5
Grid Control
common configurations, 3
configuring notifications, 11
deploying on a single host, 3.3
starting, 2.6.1
starting all components of, 2.6.1
stopping, 2.6.2
stopping all components of, 2.6.2
summary of the architecture and components, 3.2
guidelines
for deploying the Management Repository, 8.1

H

home page URL, 6.3.1
Host Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 11.4
hostname_lookup.txt, 10.3.1.1.1
HTTP 500 - Internal server error, 2.2.1.3
HTTP access
restricting, 4.2.6
HTTP Server Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 11.4
http_em.conf, 9.2.2
httpd.conf
configuring for use with a server load balancer, 3.6.2.3
Oracle HTTP Server configuration file, 3.6.2.3
HTTPS, 4.2.1

I

ICMP, 5.2.7
initialization parameter
adjusting when using multiple Management Services, 3.5
Interactive Tracing for Business Transactions
configuring, 6.2
Internet Control Message Protocol, 5.2.7
Internet Explorer
Certificate dialog box, 4.7.1.1, 4.7.1.1, 4.7.2
requirement when playing back Business Transactions, 6.2
security alert dialog box, 4.7.1.1
Security Information dialog box, 4.7.1.3
introduction to advanced configuration, 1
istop
emctl command, 2.1.2

J

J2EE, 1.2.1.1, 4.2.1
directory in Oracle Management Service home, 1.2.1.3
Java Message Service (JMS), 1.2.6.6
javax.net.ssl.SSLException
SSL handshake failed
JDBC connections, 6.3.3
JMS_PORT
EMCA command, 1.2.6.3
job_queue_processes, 12.3
JSPs, 6.3.3

L

listener
reconfiguring Database Control after changing the listener port, 1.2.6.7.2
Listener Availability
default notification rule, 11.4
Listener port
obtaining, 5.2.5
load balancing
connections between the Grid Control Console and Management Service, 3.6.2
connections between the Management Agent and Management Service, 3.6.1
using Oracle Net load balancing and failover, 3.6.3.4
Loader backlog (files)
on the Grid Control Management System tab, 3.5.1.1
Local Beacon, 6.3.1
log files
controlling the content of, 7.1.5
controlling the size and number of, 7.2.3
controlling the size of, 7.1.4
fetchlet log files, 7.1.6
locating and configuring, 7
locating Management Agent, 7.1.2
locating Management Service, 7.2.2
Management Agent, 7.1, 7.1
Oracle Management Service, 7.2
rollover files, 7.1.3, 7.1.3
log4j.appender.emagentlogAppender.MaxBackupIndex, 7.1.6
log4j.appender.emagentlogAppender.MaxFileSize, 7.1.6
log4j.appender.emagenttrcAppender.MaxBackupIndex, 7.1.6
log4j.appender.emagenttrcAppender.MaxFileSize, 7.1.6
log4j.appender.emlogAppender. MaxBackupIndex, 7.2.3
log4j.appender.emlogAppender. MaxFileSize, 7.2.3
log4j.appender.emtrcAppender. MaxBackupIndex, 7.2.3
log4j.appender.emtrcAppender. MaxFileSize, 7.2.3
log4j.rootCategory property in emagentlogging.properties, 7.1.7
log4j.rootCategory=WARN, emlogAppender, emtrcAppender, 7.2.4
LogFileMaxRolls property in emd.properties, 7.1.4
Login Timeout Value
modifying the default, 12.4
LVM (Logical Volume Manager), 8.1

M

Manage Beacons
link on the Administration page of the Web Application target home, 6.3.2
Manage Transactions
link on the Administration page on the Web Application target home page, 6.3.3
link on the Web Application target Administration page, 6.3.2
Management Agent
additional Management Agent commands, 2.7
checking the status on UNIX, 2.1.1
checking the status on Windows, 2.1.3
configuring to allow incoming communication from the Management Service, 5.2.2.2
configuring to use a proxy server, 5.2.2.1
starting and stopping on UNIX, 2.1.1
starting and stopping on Windows, 2.1.2
Management Information Base (MIB), 11.10
definition, 11.10.1
MIB variable descriptions, 11.10.2
Management Options page
in DBCA, 1.2.6.2
in Oracle Universal Installer, 1.2.6.1
Management Repository
See Oracle Management Repository
Management Service
See Oracle Management Service
starting and stopping on Windows systems, 2.2.2
using a server load balancer, 3.6.1
Management System tab
in the Grid Control Console, 3.5.1.1
using to monitor load on the Management Service, 3.5.1.1
master agent
Oracle Peer SNMP Master Agent service, 2.1.2
MaxBackupIndex
property in emomslogging.properties, 7.2.3
MaxBackupIndex property in emagentlogging.properties, 7.1.6
MaxFileSize
property in emomslogging.properties, 7.2.3
MaxFileSize property in emagentlogging.properties, 7.1.6
maxInactiveTime
property in emoms.properties, 12.4
metric severity information
while using notifications, 11.2.3
metric thresholds
configuring after migrating from previous versions of Enterprise Manager, 10.4
MGMT_ADMIN.DISABLE_METRIC_DELETION, 8.2.4
MGMT_ADMIN.ENABLE_METRIC_DELETION, 8.2.4
MGMT_METRICS_1DAY table, 8.2.3
manually analyzing, 8.3
MGMT_METRICS_1HOUR table, 8.2.3
manually analyzing, 8.3
MGMT_METRICS_RAW table, 8.2.3
manually analyzing, 8.3
MGMT_PARAMETERS table, 8.2.3
MGMT_RT_datatype_1DAY table, 8.2.3
MGMT_RT_datatype_1HOUR table, 8.2.3
MGMT_RT_datatype_DIST_1DAY table, 8.2.3
MGMT_RT_datatype_DIST_1HOUR table, 8.2.3
MGMT_RT_METRICS_RAW table, 8.2.3
MIB
See Management Information Base (MIB)
Microsoft Internet Explorer
See Internet Explorer
Middle-Tier URL Performance
configuring, 6.2
migrating
configuring metric thresholds, 10.4
deploying and configuring Management Agents, 10.3
from previous versions of Enterprise Manager, 10
migrating management repository data, 10.3.2
overview of the Enterprise Manager migration process, 10.1
requirements, 10.2
supported versions, 10.1
using the repo_mig script, 10.3.2
monitoring credentials
defined, 2.7.2
example of setting, 2.7.2.2
setting, 2.7.2
setting in Grid Control, 2.7.2.1
setting with emctl, 2.7.2.2

N

Netscape Navigator
New Site Certificate dialog box, 4.7.1.2
network/admin, 4.2.8.1, 4.2.8.2, 4.2.8.3, 4.2.8.4, 4.2.8.4
New Site Certificate dialog box
Netscape Navigator, 4.7.1.2
Notification backlog
on the Grid Control Management System tab, 3.5.1.1
notification methods, 11.1, 11.7
based on a PL/SQL Procedure, 11.2.2.2
based on an SNMP trap, 11.2.2.3
based on operating system commands, 11.2.2.1
definition, 11.1
managing, 11.2
notification rules, 11.1, 11.7
creating your own, 11.5, 11.6.3
defaults, 11.4
definition, 11.1
out-of-the-box notification rules, 11.6
notification schedules, 11.6
notifications
assigning methods to rules, 11.8
assigning rules to methods, 11.9
configuring, 11
defining multiple mail servers, 11.2.1
getting email notifications, 11.6
long email notfications, 11.6
mail server settings, 11.2.1
mail server settings in emoms.properties, 11.2.1
management information base (MIB), 11.10
notification schedules, 11.6
passing information to a PL/SQL procedure, 11.2.3.2
passing metric severity information, 11.2.3
sample Operating System command script, 11.2.3.1
setting up, 11.1
setting up a mail server, 11.2.1
short email notifications, 11.6
using custom notfication methods, 11.2.2

O

OC4J Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 11.4
OC4J tracing
enabling, 6.3.3
OEM_MONITOR, 12.3
Operating System command
sample notification method for, 11.2.2.1
sample script, 11.2.3.1
Operating System scripts, 11.2, 11.2
while creating notification methods, 11.2.2
OPMN
See Oracle Process Management and Notification
opmnctl
using to start Web Cache, 2.2.1.3
using to stop Web Cache, 2.2.1.3
opmnctl startall, 2.2.1.1, 4.2.3, 4.5.1
opmnctl status, 2.2.1.3
opmnctl stopall, 2.2.1.1, 4.2.3, 4.5.1
opmnctl stopproc ias-component=WebCache, 2.2.1.3
ORA-12645
Parameter does not exist, 4.2.8.1
Oracle Advanced Security, 4.2.1, 4.2.8.1, 5.2.4
enabling for Management Repository, 4.2.8.3
enabling for the Management Agent, 4.2.8.4
Oracle Application Server
Enterprise Manager directories installed with, 1.2.3
J2EE and Web Cache installation type, 1.2.1.1
Oracle Application Server Web Cache
as part of a common configuration, 3.1, 3.3
bypassing, 3.1
configuring for End-User Response Time Monitoring, 6.4.1.1, 6.4.2
default port number, 2.2.1.3
downloading, 6.4.3.1
errors when not running, 2.2.1.3
requirement for End-User Response Time Monitoring, 6.2
starting and stopping, 2.2.1.3
starting and stopping with opmnctl, 2.2.1.3
using with Grid Control, 2.2.1.3
Web Cache Manager, 6.4.1.1
Oracle Data Guard
using for the Management Repository, 3.6.3.1
Oracle Database 10g
Enterprise Manager directories installed with, 1.2.4
Oracle Enterprise Manager
directory structure, 1.2
log files, 7
migrating from previous versions, 10
security model, 4.1.1
starting and stopping Enterprise Manager components, 2
Web Application target (EM Website), 6.1
Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Application Server Control
See Application Server Control, 4.3
Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control
See Grid Control
Oracle Enterprise Manager Release 2.2, 10.1
Oracle Enterprise Manager Release 9.0.1, 10.1
Oracle Enterprise Manager Release 9.2, 10.1
Oracle HTTP Server
configuring for use with a server load balancer, 3.6.2.3
Oracle Identity Management, 4.1.6
Oracle Internet Directory, 4.5.2
Oracle Management Agent
about the log and trace files, 7.1.1
changing the port, 9.1.2
configuring when protected by a firewall, 5.2.2
controlling disk space used by, 9.1.3
controlling the content of trace files, 7.1.5
controlling the size of log and trace files, 7.1.4
directory structure, 1.2.2
directory structure on Windows, 1.2.2.2
enabling security for, 4.2.4, 4.2.8.4
fetchlet log and trace files, 7.1.6
home page, 4.2.4
installing with Grid Control, 1.2.2
location of log and trace files, 7.1.2
log and trace files, 7.1
log and trace rollover files, 7.1.3
reconfiguring to use a new Management Service, 9.1.1
starting and stopping, 2.1
Watchdog process, 9.1.4
Oracle Management Repository
ample SQL for manually analyzing tables, 8.3
changing the Management Repository password, 9.2.1.2
configuration parameters in the emoms.properties file, 9.2.1.1
configuring for high availability, 3.6.3
data retention policies, 8.2
deploying on a remote host, 3.4
deployment guidelines, 8.1
dropping, 8.5
enabling Oracle Advanced Security, 4.2.8.3
enabling security for, 4.2.8
identifying with a connect descriptor, 8.5.1, 8.5.2.2
installing in a RAC database instance, 3.6.3.2
load balancing with Oracle Net, 3.6.3.4
manually analyzing selected tables, 8.3
migrating data from previous versions, 10.3.2
protecting with Oracle Data Guard, 3.6.3.1
protecting with Real Application Clusters, 3.6.3.1
recreating, 8.5, 8.5.2
reloading data, 2.7.1
specifying the size of tablespaces in a RAC database, 3.6.3.3
starting the Management Repository database, 2.6.1
troubleshooting, 8.6.3
uploading data, 2.7.1
using raw devices with a RAC database, 3.6.3.3
Oracle Management Service
about the log and trace files, 7.2.1
adjusting the PROCESSES initialization parameter, 3.5
bin directory, 1.2.1.3
components installed with, 1.2.1.1
configuring for use with a proxy server, 5.2.3.1
configuring to allow incoming data from Management Agent, 5.2.3.3
configuring to use a new Repository, 9.2.1
configuring when protected by a firewall, 5.2.3
determining when to use multiple Management Services, 3.5.1
enabling security for, 4.2.3
enabling security for multiple Management Services, 4.2.5
home directory, 1.2.1.1
important considerations when load balancing, 3.6.1.3
important directories, 1.2.1.3
j2ee directory, 1.2.1.3
location the log and trace files, 7.2.2
log and trace files, 7.2
modifying monitoring credentials, 2.7.2
monitoring the load, 3.5.1.1
monitoring the response time, 3.5.1.2
monitoring with Application Service Level Management, 3.5.1.2
opmn directory, 1.2.1.3
reconfiguring, 9.2
reconfiguring to use a new port, 9.2.2
starting, stopping, and checking, 2.2
sysman directory, 1.2.1.3
tips for monitoring the load and response time, 3.5.1
using multiple management services, 3.5
Oracle Net firewall proxy access, 5.2.4, 5.2.5
Oracle Process Management and Notification (OPMN)
using to start and stop the Management Service, 2.2.1.1, 2.2.2
Oracle Process Manager and Notification (OPMN), 1.2.1.3
Oracle Real Application Clusters
specifying the size of the Management Repository tablespaces, 3.6.3.3
using for the Management Repository, 3.6.3.1
Oracle Real Applications Clusters
installing the Management Repository into a RAC instance, 3.6.3.2
Oracle Technology Network (OTN), 6.4.3.1
Oracle Universal Installer
Management Options page, 1.2.6.1
ORACLE_HOME/bin, 1.2.1.3
ORACLE_HOME/hostname_sid/, 1.2.4
ORACLE_HOME/install, 5.3
ORACLE_HOME/j2ee, 1.2.1.3
ORACLE_HOME/network/admin, 4.2.8.1, 4.2.8.2, 4.2.8.3
ORACLE_HOME/oc4j/j2ee, 1.2.4
ORACLE_HOME/oc4j/j2ee/OC4J_DBConsole, 1.2.4
ORACLE_HOME/opmn, 1.2.1.3
ORACLE_HOME/opmn/bin, 2.2.1.3
ORACLE_HOME/sysman, 1.2.1.3, 1.2.4
ORACLE_HOME/sysman/agent_download/, 10.3.1
oracle_smp_chronos directory, 6.4.2.2
oracle_smp_chronos.gif, 6.4.2.2
oracle_smp_chronos.js, 6.4.2.2
Oracle8i database
configuring for monitoring, 12.3
Oracle9i database
configuring for monitoring, 12.3
oracle.net.crypto_checksum_client
property in emoms.properties, 4.2.8.2
oracle.net.crypto_checksum_types_client
property in emoms.properties, 4.2.8.2
oracle.net.encryption_client
property in emoms.properties, 4.2.8.2
oracle.net.encryption_types_client
property in emoms.properties, 4.2.8.2
oracle.sysman.eml.mntr.emdRepPwd
property in emoms.properties, 8.4
oracle.sysman.eml.mntr.emdRepPwdEncrypted
property in emoms.properties, 8.4
oracle.sysman.emRep.dbConn.enableEncryption
entry in emoms.properties, 4.2.8.2
oracle.sysman.emSDK.sec.DirectoryAuthenticationType
property in emoms.properties, 4.6
oracle.sysman.emSDK.svlt.ConsoleServerPort
property in emoms.properties file, 9.2.2
OS scripts
See Operating System scripts
OTN (Oracle Technology Network), 6.4.3.1
OUIinventories.add, 12.2

P

Package Body Does Not Exist
error while creating the Repository, 8.6.1
Partitioning
determining if the option is enabled, 8.3
password
changing the Management Repository password, 9.2.1.2
changing the SYSMAN password, 8.4
peer encapsulator service
SNMP, 2.1.2
PERFSTAT, 12.3
PL/SQL procedures, 11.2, 11.2.3.2
sample, 11.2.3.2
while creating a notification method, 11.2.2.2
while creating notfication methods, 11.2.2
portlist.ini, 5.3
ports
4888, 5.2.3, 5.2.3.3
4889, 5.2.3, 5.2.3.3, 9.2.2
changing the Management Agent port, 9.1.2
default port for the Management Agent upload URL, 3.3
default Web Cache port on Windows systems, 3.3
displaying in the Application Server Control, 5.3
portlist.ini, 5.3
reconfiguring Database Control after changing the listener port, 1.2.6.7.2
reconfiguring the port used by the Management Service, 9.2.2
specifying Database Control ports, 1.2.6.6
viewing a summary of ports assigned during installation, 5.3
Preferred Credential Override
when migrating from previous versions of Enterprise Manager, 10.3.1.2
PROCESSES, 3.5
ProcessManager
service used to control the Management Service on Windows systems, 2.2.2
proxy server
configuring Management Agent for, 5.2.2.1
configuring the Management Service for, 5.2.3.1
proxyHost
property in emoms.properties, 5.2.3.1
proxyPort
property in emoms.properties, 5.2.3.1
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), 4.2.1, 4.3, 4.7.2
purging policies
See data retention policies

R

RAID-capable disk
Management Repository guideline, 8.1
raw devices
when used with the Management Repository, 3.6.3.3
redo logs
for Management Repository database, 8.1
related documents, Preface
Remote Method Invocation (RMI), 1.2.6.6
RepManager script, 8.5.1, 8.5.2.1
repo_mig
script for migrating from previous versions of Enterprise Manager, 10.3.2
Repository already exists error
while configuring Database Control, 1.2.6.7.1
Repository Operations Availability
default notification rule, 11.4
REPOSITORY_PROXYHOST
property in emd.properties, 5.2.2.1
REPOSITORY_PROXYPORT
property in emd.properties, 5.2.2.1
REPOSITORY_URL
property in emd.properties, 3.3, 3.4
property in the emd.properties file, 9.1.1
requirements
for migrating from previous versions of Enterprise Manager, 10.2
RMI_PORT
EMCA command, 1.2.6.3
rollover files, 7.1.3
root password
See also SYSMAN
when enabling security for the Database Control, 4.4
when enabling security for the Management Service, 4.2.3
root.sh
when migrating from previous versions of Enterprise Manager, 10.3.1.2

S

scalability
determining when to use multiple Management Services, 3.5.1
screen readers, 1.3.1
Secure Upload Field
on Management Agent home page, 4.2.4
security
about Enterprise Manager security, 4.1
Application Server Control, 4.3
authorization and access enforcement, 4.1.4
classes of users and their privileges, 4.1.2
enabling for Database Control, 4.4
Enterprise Manager security model, 4.1.1
leveraging Oracle Application Server security services, 4.1.5
leveraging Oracle Identity Management Infrastructure, 4.1.6
overview of steps required to enable Enterprise Manager Framework Security, 4.2.2
See also Enterprise Manager Framework Security
security alert dialog box
Internet Explorer, 4.7.1.1
security certificate alerts
responding to, 4.7.1
security features
See Enterprise Manager Framework Security
Security Information dialog box
Internet Explorer, 4.7.1.3
self-monitoring
feature of the Management Agent, 9.1.4
Server Connection Hung
error while creating the repository, 8.6.2
server load balancer, 3.6.1.1
configuring a virtual pool, 3.6.2.1, 3.6.2.2
configuring a virtual service, 3.6.2.1
configuring for Management Agent data upload, 3.6.1.2
important considerations when using with Management Services, 3.6.1.3
modifying the httpd.conf file, 3.6.2.3
modifying the ssl.conf file, 3.6.2.3
session affinity, 3.6.1.3
using with Management Services, 3.6.1
using with the Grid Control Console, 3.6.2
ServerName directive
in the httpd.conf file, 3.6.2.3
in the ssl.conf file, 3.6.2.3
Services control panel
using to start and stop the Management Agent, 2.3.2, 2.4.3
using to start the Management Service, 2.2.2
session affinity
when load balancing Management Services, 3.6.1.3
session timeout
modifying, 12.4
setupinfo.txt, 2.2.1.3
Single Sign-On
bypassing the Single Sign-On logon page, 4.5.4
configuring Enterprise Manager with, 4.5.1
registering Enterprise Manager as a partner application, 4.5.3
registering Single Sign-On users as Enterprise Manager administrators, 4.5.2
using Single Sign-On to authorize Enterprise Manager users, 4.5.1
SNMP
Oracle Peer SNMP Master Agent service, 2.1.2
Oracle SNMP Peer Encapsulator service, 2.1.2
SNMP traps, 11.2, 11.2.2, 11.2.2.3
sample, 11.2.2.3
SQL
sample SQL for manually analyzing Management Repository tables, 8.3
SQLNET.CRYPTO_SEED
entry in sqlnet.ora, 4.2.8.3, 4.2.8.4
SQLNET.ENCRYPTION_SERVER
entry in sqlnet.ora, 4.2.8.3
sqlnet.ora, 4.2.8.1, 4.2.8.1
SQLNET.CRYPTO_SEED, 4.2.8.3, 4.2.8.4
SQLNET.ENCRYPTION_SERVER, 4.2.8.3
ssl.conf
configuring for use with a server load balancer, 3.6.2.3
Oracle HTTP Server configuration file, 3.6.2.3
starting and stopping
Enterprise Manager components, 2
state directory
in the Management Agent home, 9.1.1
Statspack, 12.3
SYSMAN
changing the SYSMAN password, 8.4
checking for existence of, 8.6.3
entering SYSMAN password when enabling security, 4.2.3
sysman/admin/default_collection, 12.1.2
sysman/emd/collection, 12.1.2

T

target monitoring credentials
defined, 2.7.2
example of setting, 2.7.2.2
setting, 2.7.2
setting in Grid Control, 2.7.2.1
targets
listing targets on a managed host, 2.7.3
tasks
advanced configuration tasks, 1.1
Top SQL Report
configuring the database to show the Top SQL Report, 12.3
trace files
component tracing levels, 7.1.5
controlling the content of, 7.1.5
controlling the contents of Management Service, 7.2.4
controlling the size and number of, 7.2.3
controlling the size of, 7.1.4
fetchlet trace files, 7.1.6
locating Management Agent, 7.1.2
locating Management Service, 7.2.2
Management Agent, 7.1
Oracle Management Service, 7.2
rollover files, 7.1.3
tracing transactions, 6.3.3
Transaction Performance Monitoring
advanced configuration, 6.3.2
basic configuration, 6.3.1
configuring, 6.2
home page URL, 6.3.1
overview of configuring, 6.3
transtrace application
deploying to enable OC4J tracing, 6.5.1
TrcFileMaxRolls property in emd.properties, 7.1.4
TrcFileMaxSize property in emd.properties, 7.1.4
Troubleshooting
when using EMCA, 1.2.6.7
troubleshooting
general techniques while creating the Management Repository, 8.6.3
problems starting or configuring the Database Control, 1.2.6.7
while creating the Management Repository, 8.6
with EMCA, 1.2.6.7

U

UDP, 5.2.7
uix-config.xml, 1.3.1
upload directory
in the Management Agent home, 9.1.1, 9.1.3
UploadMaxBytesXML
property in the emd.properties file, 9.1.3
UploadMaxDiskUsedPct
property in the emd.properties file, 9.1.3
User Datagram Protocol, 5.2.7

V

virtual pool
when configuring a server load balancer, 3.6.2.1, 3.6.2.2
virtual service
when configuring a server load balancer, 3.6.2.1

W

watchdog process
for the Management Agent, 9.1.4
Web Application target
home page, 6.4.4
using to monitor the Management Service response time, 3.5.1.2
Web Application Target Home Page, 6.2
Web Applications
monitoring over HTTPS, 4.7.2
Web Cache
See Oracle Application Server Web Cache
Web Cache Availability and Critical/Warning States
default notification rule, 11.4
web.xml, 1.3.2