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Oracle® Enterprise Manager Grid Control Installation and Configuration Guide
10g Release 5 (

Part Number E10953-15
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F Using the Staticports.ini File

This appendix covers the following:

Formats for the Staticports.ini File

The staticports.ini file has the following format. Replace port num with the port number that you want to use for the component.

# Enterprise Manager#Enterprise Manager Central Agent Port=port_num#Enterprise Manager Central Console Port=port_num#Enterprise Manager Central Console Secure Port=port_num# J2EE and Web Cache#Oracle HTTP Server Listen port=port_num#Oracle HTTP Server Listen (SSL) port=port_num#Oracle HTTP Server Diagnostic port=port_num#Web Cache HTTP Listen port=port_num#Web Cache HTTP Listen (SSL) port=port_num#Web Cache Administration port=port_num#Web Cache Invalidation port=port_num#Web Cache Statistics port=port_num#Oracle Notification Server Request port=port_num#Oracle Notification Server Local port=port_num#Oracle Notification Server Remote port=port_num#Application Server Control port=port_num#Application Server Control RMI port=port_num#Oracle Management Agent port=port_num#Log Loader port=port_num


After having specified appropriate port values, ensure you remove the comment (#) for those properties before saving the file. The values are not considered otherwise.

Causes for the Installer to Use Default Ports

Check your staticports.ini file carefully, because a mistake can cause the installer to use default ports without displaying any warning. Here are some things that you should check: