Oracle Hardware Management Pack provides a family of command-line interface (CLI) tools for managing your servers, and an SNMP monitoring agent.
You can use the Oracle Server CLI Tools to configure Oracle servers. The CLI Tools work with most supported operating systems. They can be scripted to support multiple servers, as long as the servers are of the same type.
With the Hardware Management Agent SNMP Plugins, you can use SNMP to monitor Oracle servers and server modules from the operating system using a single host IP address. This prevents you from having to connect to two management points (Oracle ILOM and the host).
The Hardware Management Agent fetches and pushes information to and from Oracle ILOM. The SNMP Plugins provides an industry-standard SNMP user interface.
Oracle Hardware Management Pack is an add-on software pack that you can download from the Oracle support web site, or that you can get from Oracle System Assistant.
If you have Oracle Solaris 11.1 or earlier or other supported operating system (such as Linux or Windows), Oracle Hardware Management Pack is available as either a separate download from the Oracle support web site, or as an installable component of Oracle System Assistant.
With itpconfig you can configure Oracle ILOM to forward SNMP traps to the host.
Oracle Hardware Management Pack 2.3 includes Oracle Linux Fault Management Architecture (FMA), which is available for supported servers running Oracle Linux 6.5 or later.
Oracle Linux FMA is a host-based command-line interface that allows you to view and act on faults from the host operating system using fault management commands similar to those available from the Oracle ILOM Fault Management shell.
To find out if Oracle Linux FMA is supported on your server, refer to the server documentation .
The following link provides a list of supported systems and tools:
Oracle Hardware Management Pack Documentation Library at:
Oracle Enterprise Manager Documentation at:
The following table lists and describes the Oracle Hardware Management Pack utilities.