This screenshot shows a Cluster Database Home page from Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control. At the top of the page there are links to other pages such as Performance, Administration, and Maintenance. Below these links, the page shows a section called General that contains a green arrow that points up. Next to this section, there is a button labeled Shutdown. The image also shows a section called High Availability. Next to the High Availability section is a section labeled Space Summary. After the section heading Space Violations, there is a green check followed by a value of 0. Below these sections is an Alerts section that spans the width of the page. The Alerts table in this section contains the following columns: Severity, Target Name, Target Type, Category, Name, Message, and Alert Triggered. Below the Alerts section is a Jobs table that has the following columns:

To the right of the Jobs section is a Critical Patch Advisory section. Below the job activity and patch advisory sections, the same links that appear at the top of the page appear again. These are the Performance, Administration, and Maintenance links. Below these links, the Instances section appears with links to the database instances on the left-hand side, and links to the Automatic Storage Management (ASM) links on the right-hand side. The Instances table shows the following columns: Name, which lists the database instance links, Status, Alerts, Policy Violations, Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM) Findings, and ASM, which lists the ASM instance links.