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Chapter 1 Using This Documentation

Chapter 2 Introduction

Chapter 3 Deploying Oracle HMC for Operations Manager

Chapter 4 Monitoring Sun x86 Servers in Operations Manager

Configuring Monitoring of Sun x86 Servers

Discovering Sun x86 Servers

Modifying the Frequency for Server Discovery

Modify the Server Discovery Frequency Interval

Modifying the Server State Polling Frequency

Modify Server State Polling Frquency

Sun x86 Server Specific Views

Server State Views

Sun x86 Server Tasks

Events for Sun x86 Servers View

Active Alerts for Sun x86 Servers View

Health Explorer

Power Consumption View Sun x86 Servers

Sun x86 Server Component View

Sun x86 Server Diagram View

Configuring Monitoring of ASR

ASR Traps for Sun x86 Servers View

Chapter 5 Release Notes


Configuring Monitoring of ASR

Oracle Auto Service Request (ASR) is a feature of Oracle Premier Support for Systems and Oracle/Sun Limited Warranty that is designed to automatically request Oracle service when specific hardware faults occur. ASR enables auto-case generation when specific hardware faults occur and the traps sent by ASR can be received in Operations Manager. For more information on ASR, see:

To be able to monitor ASR traps in Operations Manager you have to discover your ASR manager using the Operations Manager Discovery Wizard. During the process of discovering your ASR manager, you should detect your ASR manager as a Network device. For more information on the Discovery Wizard, see the Operations Manager documentation.