A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y 


compliance standards, 45.4.3
compliance violations, 45.2.5
accessing Software Library console, 2.2
host configuration, 41.6.3
hosts targets, 41.4
local host group, 41.2.7
local user, 41.2.6
adding new target data collections,
administering pluggable databases, 17.6
administering, hosts, 41
administration tasks, 41.2
agent-side rules
compliance standard rules, 45.4.6
definition, 45.1.1
AIX Installed Packages parser, 44.7.5
analyzing configuration health, 44.10.5
AND/OR logical operators
in comparison rules,
Apache HTTPD parser, 44.7.5
Application Data Model, 46.2.1
application signature, 46.1.3
Oracle E-Business Suite, 46.1.3
Oracle Fusion Applications, 46.1.3
Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise, 46.1.3
ASM, storage, 40.2.5
assigning tasks to group owners in change activity plans, 49.3.7
associating compliance standard to a target, 45.6.2
associations. See relationships
auditing, how to set up compliance standards for, 45.4.3
automatic metadata discovery,
automating change activity planning, 49.6.1
Autosys parser, 44.7.5


bare metal provisioning
boot server,
reference host,
RPM repository,
stage server,
overview, 36.2
setting up, 36.4
supported releases, 36.3
base parsers
columnar, 44.7.4
format-specific, 44.7.3
properties, 44.7.5
BEA Tuxedo parser. See Ubb Config parser
Blue Martini DNA parser, 44.7.3
blueprints, for configuration extensions, 44.6.4
boot server,
setting up, 36.4.2
compliance frameworks,
compliance standard rules,
compliance standards,
Business Process Execution Language (BPEL), 34


change activity plans
assigning tasks to group owner, 49.3.7
automating, 49.6.1
changing owner, 49.3.7
creating, 49.2
plan like another plan, 49.3.1
task definitions, 49.2.1
task groups, 49.2.2
deactivating, 49.3.4
deleting, 49.3.3
editing, 49.3.2
examples, 49.6
exporting, 49.3.5
managing plans, 49.4
operations on, 49.3
overview, 49
printing, 49.3.6
roles and privileges, 49.1.1
summary, 49.4.1
task definitions,
task groups,
tasks,, 49.4.2
terminology, 49.1.2
using for patching, 49.6.3
viewing tasks, 49.5
change management, 47, 47.1
change plan
creating change plan, 47.5.2
submitting change plan, 47.5.3
change plans
overview, 47.5
changing owner of change activity plans, 49.3.7
clearing violations, 45.6.4
Client Configuration Collection Tag, 44.8.2
client configurations, 44.8
Client System Analyzer (CSA)
client configurations, 44.8
deployed independently, 44.8.2
cloning a running Oracle Application Server instance, 35.3.1
cloning a running Oracle database replay client, 12.2
cloning a running Oracle RAC instance, 9.3
cloning database
existing backup, 14.5.4
RMAN backup, 14.5.2
staging areas, 14.5.3
cloning database methods, 14.5.1
cloning pluggable databases, 17.3.3
cluster verification utility, 4.3.11
Coherence Node Provisiong
Deploying Coherence Nodes and Clusters
Troubleshooting, 31.4
Coherence Node Provisioning
Deploying Coherence Nodes and Clusters, 31.3
Creating a Coherence Component, 31.3.2
Deployment Procedure, 31.3.3
Prerequisites, 31.3.1
Getting Started, 31.1
Supported Releases, 31.2
collected configurations for targets, 44.1
parser parameters,
parsers, 44.7.4
hosts, 41.3
comparing configurations,
comparing data, 47.6.2
rules, 1.1
comparison job activity,
comparison results, 44.5.8,
standard target,
synchronizing configuration files,
comparison template
creating or editing,
Member Settings tab,
Rules for Ignoring tab,
Rules for Matching tab,
Template Settings tab,
comparison templates, 44.5
creating templates,
editing templates,
property settings,
rules for matching,
template settings,
comparison wizard, 44.5.7, 44.5.7
comparisons, 44.5.6
mapping members,
selecting configurations,
selecting templates,
submitting job,
accessing, 45.1.2
compliance frameworks, 45.4.1
compliance standard rule folders, 45.4.5
compliance standard rules, 45.4.6
compliance standards, 45.4.3
configuring, 45.4
dashboard, 45.1.2,
evaluating, 45.2, 45.2
operations on real-time observations, 45.3.2
results, 45.2.3, 45.2.4
importance, 45.2.9
investigating evaluation errors, 45.2.7
library, 45.1.2
managing, 45.4
overview, 45.1
privileges needed to use, 45.1.3
monitoring facets, 45.5
observations, 45.1.2
reports, 45.2.8
results, 45.1.2
roles needed to use, 45.1.3
score, 45.2.9
statistics, accessing, 45.2.1
summary information, 45.2.2
terms used in, 45.1.1
accessing, 45.2.5
examples of viewing,
managing, 45.2.5
manual rules, 45.2.5
of a target,
suppressing, 45.2.5
unsuppressing, 45.2.5
Compliance Framework privilege, 45.1.3
compliance frameworks
about, 45.4.1
accessing, 45.4.1
adding compliance standard to,
advantages of using, 45.4.1, 45.4.1
compliance of database targets,
compliance score,
definition, 45.1.1
editing importance,
evaluation results,,
lifecycle status,
operations on, 45.4.2
creating like,
provided by Oracle, 45.4.1
reasons for using, 45.4.1
user-defined, 45.4.1
violations details,
compliance roles
compliance score
compliance framework,
compliance standard,
compliance standard rule,
definition, 45.1.1
parent node,
real-time monitoring rules,
compliance standard rule folders
about, 45.4.5
definition, 45.1.1
managing in compliance standard,
compliance standard rules
about, 45.4.6
agent-side rules, 45.4.6
definition, 45.1.1
importance, 45.4.6
manual rules, 45.4.6
operations on, 45.4.7
creating agent-side rules,, 45.6.2
creating like,
creating manual rules,, 45.6.2
creating real-time monitoring rules,
creating repository rules,
creating WEbLogic Server Signature rules,
provided by Oracle,
real-time monitoring rules, 45.4.6
repository rules, 45.4.6
types, 45.4.6
WebLogic Server Signature rules, 45.4.6
compliance standards
about, 45.4.3
accessing, 45.4.3
adding to another compliance standard,
adding to compliance framework,
advantages of using, 45.4.3
associating with targets,
definition, 45.1.1
evaluation results,,
investigating violations, 45.2.6
operations on, 45.4.4
creating like,
security metrics, enabling,
setting up for auditing use, 45.4.3
violations details,,,
compliance violations, investigating, 45.2.6
configuration browser, 44.3
inventory and usage details, 44.3.3
saved configurations, 44.3.2
viewing configuration data, 44.3.1
Configuration Browser, viewing configurations, 44.3
configuration changes, 44.4
configuration collections, 44.6
configuration comparison
add configurations,
first configuration,
ignore rule,
ignore rule example,
key properties,
matching rule,
matching rule example,
review and submit,
rule examples, 44.5.5
rule language, 44.5.4
rules, 44.5.3
schedule and notify,
selecting template,
single target results,
system results,
value constraint rule,
wizard, 44.5.7
configuration data collections, 44.6.3
configuration data, extending collections, 44.6.3
configuration extension
blueprints, 44.6.4
database roles,
editing deployment,
enabling facet synchronization,
Files & Commands tab,
post-parsing rule,,,
sample non-XML parsed file,
sample parsed SQL query,
sample XML parsed file,
viewing collection data,
viewing specification details,
XML parsed example (default),
XML parsed example (generic),
XML parsed example (modified),
configuration extension, creating, 45.6.2
configuration extensions, 44.6
commands tab,
deployment, 44.6.2
enabling facet synchronization,
setting up credentials,
setting up rules,
SQL tab,
Configuration Extensions privilege, 45.1.3
configuration history, 44.4
accessing, 44.4.1
creating notification list,
searching history,
configuration history, job activity, 44.4.3
configuration management, 44.1
configuration searches, 44.2
advanced options, 44.2.2
creating, 44.2.2
managing configuration searches, 44.2.1
reviewing search scenarios, 44.2.3
scenarios, 44.2.3
setting up, 44.2.2
SQL queries, 44.2.2
Configuration Topology Viewer, 44.10
configuration topology, viewing, 44.10.3
client, 44.8
Client System Analyzer (CSA), 44.8
hardware and software, 44.1
history, 1.1
searching, 1.1, 44.2
viewing, 44.3
configure Grid Infrastructure, 7.3.2, 7.5.2
configuring audit status
real-time monitoring rules,
configuring hosts, 41.1
Connect:Direct parser, 44.7.3
consumption summary, storage, 40.2.4
container databases (CDBs)
prerequisites for creating, 16.2.1, 16.3.1, 16.4.1
procedure, 16.2.2, 16.3.2, 16.4.2
controlling appearance of information on a graph, 44.10.16
CPU statistics
hosts monitoring, 40.1.1
Create Compliance Entity privilege, 45.1.3
agent-side compliance standard rules,, 45.6.2
change activity plans, 49.2
like another plan, 49.3.1
task definitions, 49.2.1
task groups, 49.2.2
comparison template,
compliance frameworks,
compliance manual rules, 45.6.2
compliance standard example, 45.6.2
compliance standard rule folders,
compliance standards,
compliance standards, considerations,
configuration extension, 45.6.2
configuration search, 44.2.2
custom target type,
manual compliance standard rules,
new relationships, 44.9
real-time monitoring compliance standard rules,
real-time monitoring facet folders,
real-time monitoring facets,
repository compliance standard rules,
WebLogic Server Signature compliance standard rules,
creating change plans using external clients,
creating database provisioning entities, 4.3.10
creating database templates, 4.3.8
creating databases, 7.5.2, 16.2
prerequisites, 16.2.1
procedure, 16.2.2
creating Disk Layout component,
creating installation media, 4.3.7
creating like
compliance frameworks,
compliance standard rules,
compliance standards,
real-time monitoring facets,
creating Oracle Database, 16.2
prerequisites, 16.2.1
creating Oracle RAC One Node Database, 16.4
prerequisites, 16.4.1
procedure, 16.4.2
creating Oracle Real Application Clusters Database, 16.3
prerequisites, 16.3.1
procedure, 16.3.2
creating provisioning profiles, 4.3.5
creating relationships to a target, 44.10.14
creating repository rule based on custom configuration collections, 45.6.1
examples, 45.6.1
creating users
designers, 2.4.2
operators, 2.4.3
host, 38.3, 38.3, 38.3
setting up monitoring, 38.4.2
credentials, for configuration extensions,
Cron Access parser, 44.7.4
Cron Directory parser, 44.7.4
CSV parser, 44.7.4
Custom CFG parser, 44.7.5
custom configuration
custom target type,
changing error handling modes, 51.4
customization types, 51.1
directive workflow, 51.7
overview, 51.1
setting up e-mail notifications, 51.5
hosts environment, 39
customizing topology views, 44.10.10
CVU, 4.3.11


data comparison, 47.1
overview, 47.6
requirements, 47.6.1
data discovery, 46.1.1
data discovery job, 46.2.4
data discovery results,
Data Redaction, 46.1.2
database credentials,
database host readiness, B
adding user accounts, B.1
configuring SSH, B.1.1
environment settings, B.4
kernel requirements, B.4.1
memory requirements, B.4.4
network and IP requirements, B.4.5
node time requirements, B.4.2
package requirements, B.4.3
installation directories and Oracle inventory, B.6
PDP setup, B.3
setting user accounts, B.1
shell limits, B.2
storage requirements, B.5
database provisioning
administrator privileges, 4.3.2
deployment procedures, 4.2
getting started, 5.1
host requirements, 4.3.1
Oracle Database software, 5.5
Oracle Databases with Oracle ASM, 5.4
Oracle Grid Infrastructure and Oracle Database software, 6.3
Oracle Grid Infrastructure and Oracle Databases with Oracle ASM, 6.2
Oracle Grid Infrastructure for Oracle Real Application Clusters Databases, 7
Oracle RAC database with file system on existing cluster, 7.4
Oracle RAC database with file system on new cluster, 7.5
Oracle Real Application Clusters One Node databases, 8
prerequisites for designers, 4.3.3
prerequisites for operators, 4.3.4
provisioning and creating Oracle Databases, 5.3
provisioning Oracle RAC, 9
setup, 4.3
supported targets, 4.2
usecases, 4.2
database provisioning overview, 4.1
database provisioning solution
accessing the screen, 4.1
Database Query
parser, 44.7.3
parser parameters,
database templates
uploading to software library, 4.3.9
storage, 40.2.6
Db2 parser, 44.7.3
change activity plans, 49.3.4
default system run level
in hosts, 41.2.2
delete Oracle RAC, 11.2, 11.3
prerequisites, 11.3.1
delete Oracle RAC nodes, 11.4
change activity plans, 49.3.3
comparison template,
compliance frameworks,
compliance standard rules,
compliance standards,
configuration extension,
custom topology views, 44.10.11
real-time monitoring facets,
relationships from a target, 44.10.15
deleting Oracle RAC
deleting core components, 11.2
deleting entire Oracle RAC, 11.3
deleting pluggable databases, 17.4
Dell PowerEdge Linux hosts monitoring, 41.6.2
dependency analysis, 44.10.8
deployable patch plan,
Deploying Coherence Nodes and Clusters
Deployment Procedure
Adding a Coherence,
Environment Variables,
Sample Scripts,
deploying configuration extension,
deploying SOA composites, 32.5
Deploying, Undeploying or Redeploying Java EE Applications
Creating a Java EE Application Component, 30.5
Deploying a Java EE Application, 30.6.1
Getting Started, 30.1
Java EE Applications Deployment Procedure, 30.6
Prerequisites, 30.4
Redeploying a Java EE Application, 30.6.2
Undeploying a Java EE Application, 30.6.3
Deploying, Undeploying, or Redeploying Java EE Applications, 30.2
deployment procedures, 8.2
editing the permissions, 50.5.2
phases and steps, 50.3.3
target list, 50.3.1
tracking the status, 50.5.3
User, roles and privileges, 50.2
variables, 50.3.2
viewing, editing, and deleting, 50.5.1
Client Configuration Collection Tag, 44.8.2
Client System Analyzer (CSA), 44.8.2
Management Repository, 44.1
Designer and Operator Roles, 4.1
determining configuration health compliance score, 44.10.6
dhcp server
setting up, 36.4.2
compliance violations, 45.2.6
parser, 44.7.3
parser parameters,
discovering hosts, 3.1
automatically, 3.1
manually, 3.2
statistics, hosts monitoring, 40.1.3
storage, 40.2.7


E-Business Suite
parser, 44.7.3
parser parameters,
change activity plans, 49.3.2
comparison template,
compliance frameworks,
compliance standard rules,
compliance standards,
configuration extension deployment,
host configuration, 41.6.3
local host group, 41.2.7
local user, 41.2.6
real-time monitoring facet folders,
real-time monitoring facets,
EM_CAP_USER role, 49.1.1 file,,
e-mail notifications
configuring outgoing mail server, 51.5.1
entering administrator e-mail and password, 51.5.2
overview, 2.7
adding ATS service test, A.6.7
advantages, A.1
creating a new generic component by associating a zip file, A.6.5
creating properties file, A.4.1
deploying/undeploying Java EE applications, A.6.8
launching a procedure with an existing saved procedure, A.4.3
limitations, A.7
migrate and remove a software library storage location, A.6.6
overview, A.1
patching, A.5
creating a new properties file, A.5.2.1
using an existing properties file, A.5.2.2
patching verbs, A.3.2
patching WebLogic Server Target, A.6.4
prerequisites, A.2
provisioning Oacle WebLogic Server
using provisioning profile, A.6.2.2
provisioning Oracle Database software, A.6.1
provisioning Oracle WebLogic Server, A.6.2
scaling up or scaling out, A.6.2.3
provisioning pluggable databases, A.4.4
creating new pluggable databases, A.4.4.1
migrating databases as pluggable databases, A.4.4.3
using snapshot profiles, A.4.4.2
provisioning user defined deployment procedure, A.6.3
adding steps/phases, A.6.3.2
prerequisites, A.6.3.1
running the procedure, A.6.3.3
provisioning verbs, A.4
software library verbs, A.3.3
unplugging pluggable databases, A.4.4.4
using an existing properties file, A.4.2
verbs, A.3
deployment procedure verbs, A.3.1.3
new deployment procedure verbs, A.3.1.1
old deployment procedure verbs, A.3.1.2
EMCLI verbs
confirm_instance, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
create_pluggable_database, A.4.4.1, A.
describe_instance, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
describe_procedure_input, A.3.1.1, A.3.1.3
get_executions, A.3.1.1, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
get_instance_data, A.3.1.1, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
get_instance_status, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
get_instances, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
get_procedure_types, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
get_procedure_xml, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
get_procedures, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
get_retry_argument, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
ignore_instance, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
migrate_noncdb_to_pdb, A.4.4.3
reschedule_instance, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
resume_instance, A.3.1.3
save_procedure, A.3.1.3, A.3.2
save_procedure_input, A.3.1.1
stop_instance, A.3.1.3
submit_procedure, A.3.1.3
suspend_instance, A.3.1.3
unplug_pluggable_database, A.4.4.4
update_and_retry_step, A.3.1.3
update_procedure_input, A.3.1.1, A.3.1.3
emctl partool utility, C
emctl partool options, C.2
exporting deployment procedure
creating PAR file, C.4.2
retrieving GUID, C.4.1
exporting deployment procedures, C.4
importing PAR files, C.5
using cloud control, C.5.2
using command line, C.5.1
overview, C.2
overview of PAR, C.1
software library, C.3
enabling facet synchronization
configuration extensions,
Enterprise Data Governance dashboard, 46.2.1
enterprise manager users
designers, 2.4.1
operators, 2.4.1
super administrators, 2.4.1
error handling modes
continue on error, 51.4
inherit, 51.4
skip target, 51.4
stop on error, 51.4
in compliance standards,,
evaluating compliance, 45.2, 45.2
evaluation errors
compliance, 45.2.7
evaluation results
compliance, 45.2.3, 45.2.4
compliance standards,
associating targets, 45.6.1
creating compliance standards, 45.6.1
creating custom configuration, 45.6.1
creating custom-based repository rule based on custom configuration collection, 45.6.1
using change activity plans, 49.6
viewing compliance results, 45.6.1
viewing compliance violations,
excluding relationships from custom topology views, 44.10.12
Execute Host Command
group, 41.5.4
multiple hosts, 41.5.3
single host, 41.5.5
execution history
host commands, 41.5.8
execution results
host command, 41.5.9
change activity plans, 49.3.5
comparison template,
compliance frameworks,
compliance standard rules,
compliance standards,
configuration extension,
real-time monitoring facets,
extend Oracle RAC, 10.2
prerequisites, 10.2.1
extending Oracle RAC
prerequisites, 10.2.1
procedure, 10.2.2


file synchronization,
file systems
storage, 40.2.8
format-specific parsers, 44.7.3
Full any Compliance Entity privilege, 45.1.3


Galaxy CFG
parser, 44.7.3
parser parameters,
generic system, and new relationships, 44.9
GNS settings, 7.5.2
gold image
provisioning Oracle database replay client using gold image, 12.3
provisioning Oracle RAC using gold image, 9.4
GPG keys,,
GPG signatures,
group administration, 41.2.6, 41.2.7
in hosts, 39.2


hardware configuration, collecting information, 44.1
statistics, 37.4
storage, 40.2.11
history job activity, 44.4.3
history, of configuration changes, 44.4
history, of configurations, 1.1
Host command
executing using sudo or PowerBroker, 41.3.2
running, 41.5
adding host targets, 41.4
administering, 41
administration, target setup, 38.5
commands, 41.3
execution history, 41.5.8
execution results, 41.5.9
adding and editing, 41.6.3
configuring, 41.1
customizing environment, 39
default system run level, 41.2.2
Dell PowerEdge Linux monitoring, 41.6.2
diagnosing problems on, 37.2
group administration, 41.2.6
groups, 39.2
installing YAST on, 38.2
log file alerts, 40.1.5
lookup table
host administration, 41.2.4
metric collection errors, 40.1.6
monitoring, 40
monitoring setting up, 38.4
NFS clients, 41.2.5
overview, 37
preferred credentials, 38.3
running Host command, 41.5
services, 41.2.1
setting up credentials, 38.3
statistics, 37.1
CPU, 40.1.1
disk, 40.1.3
memory, 40.1.2
program resource utilization, 40.1.4
storage, 40.2
tools, 41.3
PowerBroker, 41.3.1
Remote File Editor, 41.3.3
sudo command, 41.3.1
user administration, 41.2.6
viewing targets on, 37.3
Hosts Access parser, 44.7.4


ignore rule example, in comparisons,
ignore rule, in comparisons,
impact analysis, 44.10.9
definition, 45.1.1
editing in compliance standard,
comparison template,
compliance frameworks,
compliance standard rules,
compliance standards,
configuration extension,
real-time monitoring facets,
viewing details,
including relationships in custom topology views, 44.10.13
information map, 1.2
infrastructure requirements, 2
Introscope parser, 44.7.3
inventory and usage details, 44.3.3


Java Policy parser, 44.7.5
Java Properties parser, 44.7.5
job activity
history, 44.4.3
Job System privilege, 45.1.3


Kernel Modules parser, 44.7.4
key properties,


layers, storage, 40.2.12
LDAP parser, 44.7.5
compliance, 45.1.2
lifecycle management
overview, 1.1
solution areas, 1.1
change management, 1.1
compliance management, 1.1
configuration management, 1.1
discovery, 1.1
patching, 1.1
provisioning, 1.1
solution descriptions, 1.1
lifecycle status
compliance frameworks,
Linux Directory List parser, 44.7.4
Linux hosts, installing YAST, 38.2
linux patching
package compliance,
prerequisites, 43.4.1
registering with ULN,
setting up group, 43.4.3
setting up infrastructure, 43.4
setting up linux patching groups for compliance reporting, 43.4.3
setting up RPM repository, 43.4.2,
linux patching groups, 43.1
local file systems, storage, 40.2.8
lock down,
locking down feature, 4.1
log file alerts, hosts monitoring, 40.1.5
logical operators


Manage and Target Metric privilege, 45.1.3
Manage any Target Compliance privilege, 45.1.3
Management Repository, 44.1
change activity plans, 49.4
compliance standard rule folders,
mandatory infrastructure requirements
creating user accounts, 2.4
setting up credentials, 2.3
mandatory infratructure requirements
setting up software library, 2.2
manual rules
compliance standard rules, 45.4.6
definition, 45.1.1
violations, 45.2.5
matching rule
matching rule example, for comparisons,
matching rule, in comparisons,
memory statistics
hosts monitoring, 40.1.2
metadata discovery, 46.1.1
metadata discovery job, 46.2.3
metadata discovery results,
metadata XML files
downloading files,
uploading files,
metric collection errors
hosts moniroting, 40.1.6
enabling as a service (MWaaS), 23.1, 24.1, 25.1, 26.1
Middleware as a Service (MWaaS)
enabling, 23.1, 24.1, 25.1, 26.1
middleware provisioning
BPEL processes, 22.3.7
coherence nodes and clusters, 22.3.4
deploying/redeploying/undeploying Java EE Applications, 22.3.3
deployment procedures, 22.1
introduction, 22.1
key concepts, 22.2
Oracle Application server, 22.3.8
overview, 22
profiles, 22.1
scaling SOA, Service Bus, and WebLogic Servers, 22.3.2
service bus resources, 22.3.6
SOA artifacts, 22.3.5
WebLogic Domain and Oracle Home Provisioning, 22.3.1
Middleware Provisioning
Middleware Provisioning and Scale Up / Scale Out Best Practices, 29.4
middleware provisioning console, 22.1
middleware provisioning solutions, 22.1
migrating databases as pluggable databases, 17.3.4
Mime Types parser, 44.7.5
credentials, setting up, 38.4.2
hosts, 40
NFS mounts, 40.2.8
task definitions in change activity plans, 49.2.1
parser, 44.7.3
parser parameters,


named credentials, host, 38.3
network cards
configuring, 41.2.3
in hosts, 41.2.3
network file systems See NFS
NFS (network file systems)
adding and editing, 41.2.5
host administration, 41.2.5
monitoring mounts, 40.2.8
storage, 40.2.8
nondeployable plan,
notifications, 2.7


notifying user,
Odin parser, 44.7.3
OPlan, 42.4.3, 42.4.3
optional infratructure requirements
host configurations, F.6.1
self update for provisioning, 2.6
setting up e-mail notifications, 2.7
Oracle clusterware clone,
Oracle Clusterware Clone,
Oracle Database Clone,
Oracle Database topology, 5.2
Oracle Label Security, 46.1.2
Oracle ORA parser, 44.7.3
Oracle RAC database topology, 7.2
Oracle Real Application Clusters Database topology, 7.2
Oracle Service Bus, 33
OS script, load, 41.5.6


PAM Configuration parser, 44.7.4
AIX Installed Packages, 44.7.5
Apache HTTPD, 44.7.5
Autosys, 44.7.5
Blue Martini DNA, 44.7.3
columnar, 44.7.4
Connect:Direct, 44.7.3
Cron Access, 44.7.4
Cron Directory, 44.7.4
CSV, 44.7.4
Custom CFG, 44.7.5
Database Query, 44.7.3
Db2, 44.7.3
Directory, 44.7.3
E-Business Suite, 44.7.3
format-specific, 44.7.3
Galaxy CFG, 44.7.3
Hosts Access, 44.7.4
Introscope, 44.7.3
Java Policy, 44.7.5
Java Properties, 44.7.5
Kernel Modules, 44.7.4
LDAP, 44.7.5
Linux Directory List, 44.7.4
Mime Types, 44.7.5
MQ-Series, 44.7.3
Odin, 44.7.3
Oracle ORA, 44.7.3
PAM Configuration, 44.7.4
Process Local, 44.7.4
properties, 44.7.5
Radia, 44.7.5
Sectioned Properties, 44.7.5
Secure TTY, 44.7.4
Siebel, 44.7.3
SiteMinder Agent, 44.7.5
SiteMinder Registry, 44.7.5
SiteMinder Report, 44.7.5
SmWalker, 44.7.5
Solaris Installed Packages, 44.7.4
Sun ONE Magnus, 44.7.5
Sun ONE Obj, 44.7.5
Tuxedo, 44.7.5
UbbConfig, 44.7.3
Unix Config, 44.7.5
Unix Crontab, 44.7.4
Unix Directory List, 44.7.4
Unix Groups, 44.7.4
Unix GShadow, 44.7.4
Unix Hosts, 44.7.4
Unix INETD, 44.7.4
Unix Installed Patches, 44.7.3
Unix Login, 44.7.5
Unix Passwd, 44.7.4
Unix PROFTPD, 44.7.5
Unix Protocols, 44.7.4
Unix Recursive Directory List, 44.7.3
Unix Resolve, 44.7.5
Unix Services, 44.7.4
Unix Shadow, 44.7.4
Unix SSH Config, 44.7.5
Unix System, 44.7.5
Unix System Crontab, 44.7.4
Unix VSFTPD, 44.7.5
Unix XINETD, 44.7.5
WebAgent, 44.7.5
WebLogic (attribute-keyed),
WebSphere (attribute-keyed),
WebSphere (generic),
Windows Checksum, 44.7.5
XML default (attribute-keyed),
XML (generic),
patch management solution
accessing the screen, 42.1.2
conflict checks, 42.4.3
create plan wizard,
customizing deployment procedures, 42.4.3, 42.6.12
diagnosing and resolving patching issues, 42.5
downloading catalog file,
introduction, 42.1.2
knowledge articles, 42.3.2
overview, 42.1
patch recommendations, 42.3.1
patch templates, 42.4.5, 42.6.2
patchability reports, 42.2.5
patching modes
in-place mode,, 42.4.3
offline mode,,
online mode,,
out-of-place mode,, 42.4.3
parallel mode,, 42.4.3
rolling mode,, 42.4.3
patching Oracle Data Guard targets, 42.4.9
patching Oracle Exadata, 42.4.8
patching Oracle Grid Infrastructure targets, 42.4.7
patching Oracle Identity Management targets, 42.4.10
patching Oracle Siebel targets, 42.4.11
patching workflow, 42.1.7
performing switchback, 42.4.4
preparing database targets, 42.4.3
registering proxy details,
resolving patch conflicts, 42.6.10
rolling back patches, 42.4.3, 42.5.4, 42.6.14
scheduling patch plans, 42.4.3
searching for patches, 42.3.4
setting up infrastructure, 42.2
supported targets, 42.1.5
uploading catalog file,
uploading patches to Software Library,
validating patch plans, 42.4.3
patch plans
accessing, 42.4.2
adding patches, 42.4.3
adding targets, 42.4.3, 42.6.7
analyzing, 42.4.3
creating, 42.4.1
customizing deployment procedures, 42.4.3, 42.6.12
deleting, 42.6.4
deleting plans, 42.6.4
enabling notifications, 42.4.3
enabling or disabling conflict checks, 42.4.3
patch conflicts,
patch plan types,
preparing patch plans, 42.4.3
roles and privileges, 42.2.2
saving as patch templates, 42.4.5
scheduling, 42.4.3
specifying credentials, 42.4.3
specifying deployment options, 42.4.3
specifying plan information, 42.4.3
staging patches, 42.4.3
supported patch types,
switchback, 42.4.4
using create plan wizard,
validating, 42.4.3
validation and conflict resolution,
patch recommendations, 42.3.1
patch templates
deleting, 42.6.5
deleting templates, 42.6.5
downloading patches, 42.6.3
modifying templates, 42.6.1
using edit template wizard,
viewing templates, 42.6.1
analyzing the environment, 42.2.5
diagnosing issues, 42.5.2
identifying applicable patches
searching in software library, 42.3.5
searching on MOS, 42.3.4
using knowledge articles, 42.3.2, 42.3.3
using patch recommendations, 42.3.1
introduction, 42.1.1
linux patching, 43.1
patch management solution, 42.1.2
patchability reports, 42.2.5
patching linux hosts, 43
resolving issues, 42.5.3
using change activity plans, 49.6.3
patching linux hosts
concepts, 43.1
deployment procedures, 43.2
meeting prerequisites, 43.4.1
overview, 43.1
package compliance,
registering with ULN,
setting up infrastructure, 43.4
setting up linux patching groups for compliance reporting, 43.4.3
setting up RPM repository, 43.4.2,
supported linux releases, 43.3
pluggable database administration
altering pluggable database state, 17.6.2
opening/closing pluggable databases, 17.6.2
switching between pluggable databases, 17.6.1
pluggable database jobs
create,,,, 17.5.1
delete,, 17.5.3
unplug,, 17.5.2
pluggable database management requirements, 17.2
pluggable database provisioning
cloning pluggable databases
using Full Clone, 17.3.3
using Snap Clone,
creating new pluggable databases, 17.3.1
migrating databases as pluggable databases, 17.3.4
plugging in pluggable databases, 17.3.2
pluggable database removal
deleting pluggable databases, 17.4.2
unplugging pluggable databases, 17.4.1
pluggable databases
administering, 17.6
getting started, 17.1
jobs, 17.5
overview, 17.2
provisioning, 17.3
removing, 17.4
post-parsing rules, 44.7.6
PowerBroker tool, 41.3.1
executing host command, 41.3.2
preferred credential, hosts, 38.3
change activity plans, 49.3.6
privilege delegation setting, 38.3
Compliance Framework, 45.1.3
Configuration Extensions, 45.1.3
Create Compliance Entity, 45.1.3
Full any Compliance Entity, 45.1.3
Job System, 45.1.3
Manage any Target Compliance, 45.1.3
Manage any Target Metric, 45.1.3
used in change activity plans, 49.1.1
View any Compliance Framework, 45.1.3
View any Target, 45.1.3
privileges, for configuration extensions,
diagnosing on hosts, 37.2
Process Local parser, 44.7.4
program resource utilization statistics, hosts monitoring, 40.1.4
properties parser constructs
delimited section,
delimited structure,
element cell,
explicit property,
implicit property,
INI section,
keyword name property,
keyword property,
reserved directive,
reserved function,
simple property,
XML structure,
properties parsers, 44.7.5
advanced constructs,
advanced parameters,
basic parameters,
Protection Policy
Data Redaction, 46.1.2
Oracle Label Security, 46.1.2
Transparent Data Encryption, 46.1.2
Virtual Private Database, 46.1.2
provision database
Grid Infrastructure and Oracle RAC Database, 7.3
Oracle Grid Infrastructure and Oracle Real Application Clusters, 7
provision Linux, 36
getting started, 36.1
provision Oracle RAC database
with file system on a new cluster, 7.5
with file system on an existing cluster, 7.4
provision Oracle RAC databases, 7.5.2
deleting or scaling down Oracle RAC (Real Application Cluster), 11
extending Oracle RAC (Real Application Cluster), 10
provisioning linux operating system, 36
provisioning Oracle Application Server, 32, 35
provisioning Oracle BPEL processes, 34
provisioning Oracle database replay client, 12
provisioning Oracle Service Bus resources, 33
storage, 40.2.3
provisioning bare metal servers, 36.6
provisioning database client
getting started, 12.1
Provisioning Oracle BPEL Processes, 34.3
Getting Started, 34.1
provisioning Oracle Database client, 12.4
provisioning Oracle RAC
archived software binaries, 9.5
gold image, 9.4
no root credentials, 9.6
provisioning Oracle Real Application Clusters One database, 8.3
provisioning Oracle standby database
creating logical standby database, 13.3
creating physical standby database, 13.2
creating primary database backup, 13.5
managing existing standby database, 13.4
provisioning Oracle standby databases, 13
provisioning pluggable databases, 17.3
provisioning profiles, 4.1
provisioning SOA artifacts, 32.4
gold image, 32.4.2


Radia parser, 44.7.5
real-time monitoring facet folders, editing,
real-time monitoring facets, 45.5
about, 45.5.1
changing base attributes,
creating like,
definition, 45.1.1
entity types,
operations on, 45.5.2
viewing library,
real-time monitoring rules
compliance score,
compliance standard rules, 45.4.6
definition, 45.1.1
target property filters,
using facets in,
real-time monitoring, warnings,
real-time observation audit status, definition, 45.1.1
real-time observation bundle lifetimes, controlling,
real-time observation bundles, definition, 45.1.1
real-time observations
definition, 45.1.1, 45.1.2
investigating, 45.3
manually setting,
notifying user,
operations on, 45.3.2
rules, types of actions,
viewing, 45.3.1
reference host,,
refresh, storage, 40.2.13
relationships, 44.9
Remote File Editor tool, 41.3.3
removing pluggable databases, 17.4
reports, compliance, 45.2.8
repository rules
definition, 45.1.1
in compliance standards, 45.4.6
compliance evaluation, 45.2.3, 45.2.4
reverse transform,
EM_CAP_USER, 49.1.1
for change activity plans, 49.1.1
roles, for configuration extensions,
rollup options, 44.3.3
root cause analysis. See dependency analysis
routing configuration, network cards, 41.2.3
RPM packages, 43.1,
RPM repository,, 43.1,
setting up, 36.4.3, 43.4.2
rule examples, for comparisons, 44.5.5
rule expressions, in comparisons, 44.5.4
rules, 44.5.3
include or exclude rule,
matching rule,
value constraint rule,
rules expression, 44.5.4
rules syntax, 44.5.4
rules, in comparisons, 1.1, 44.5.3
rules, in configuration extensions,


save as draft, configuration extension,
saved configurations, 44.3.2, 44.3.2
scale down Oracle RAC, 11.4
Scaling Up / Scaling Out WebLogic Domains
Prerequisites, 29.2
Running the Scale Up / Scale Out Middleware Deployment Procedure, 29.3
Scaling Up/Scaling Out SOA, Service Bus, and WebLogic Server Domains, 29
schedule comparison,
schema baseline, 47.1
multiple versions, 47.2.4
schema baseline version, 47.2.2
schema baselines
export, 47.2.5
import, 47.2.5
overview, 47.2
schema change plans, 47.1
schema comparison, 47.1
schema comparison versions, 47.3.2
schema comparisons, 47.3.1
comparison options, 47.3.1
overview, 47.3
schema map, 47.3.1, 47.3.1
scope specification, 47.3.1
schema synchronization, 47.1
overview, 47.4
versions, 47.4.3
schema synchronization version
schema synchronization cycle,
schema synchronizations
schema map, 47.4.1
scope specification, 47.4.1, 47.4.1
synchronization mode, 47.4.1
synchronization options, 47.4.1
scope specification, 47.2.1
search configurations
predefined, 1.1, 44.2
user-defined, 1.1, 44.2
compliance frameworks,
compliance standard rules,
compliance standards,
Sectioned Properties parser, 44.7.5
Secure TTY parser, 44.7.4
security metrics
in compliance standards,
sensitive column type,
sensitive data discovery, 46.2.2
Service Bus provisioning, 23, 24, 25, 26
in hosts, 41.2.1
setting dependencies in task definitions, 49.2.1
setting up
environment to monitor hosts, 38
host credentials, 38.3
host monitoring, 38.4
monitoring credentials, 38.4.2
target for host administration, 38.5
Setting Up MOS, 2.5
parser, 44.7.3
parser parameters,
SiteMinder Agent parser, 44.7.5
SiteMinder Registry parser, 44.7.5
SiteMinder Report parser, 44.7.5
SmWalker parser, 44.7.5
SOA provisioning, 23, 24, 25, 26
software library
uploading patches,
Software Library Administration, 2.2, 2.2
Software Library console, 2.2
Solaris Installed Packages parser, 44.7.4
specify OS users, 7.5.2
specifying rules, 44.5.3
SQL, using in a configuration search, 44.2.2
stage server,
hosts, 37.1
storage, 37.4
statistics, accessing compliance, 45.2.1
file transfer,
host command,
library component,
library directive,
file systems, 40.2.8
history, 40.2.11
hosts monitoring, 40.2
layers, 40.2.12
network file systems, 40.2.8
refresh, 40.2.13
statistics, 37.4
utilization, 40.2.1
vendor distribution, 40.2.10
volumes, 40.2.9
sudo command, 41.3.1
executing host command, 41.3.2
change activity plans, 49.4.1
Sun ONE Magnus parser, 44.7.5
Sun ONE Obj parser, 44.7.5
suppressing violations, 45.2.5, 45.6.3
synchronizing files,
system comparison results,
system component structure, 44.10.4


target setup
host administration, 38.5
target type, custom,
associating compliance standard with,, 45.6.2
host, 37.3
task groups in change activity plans,
in change activity plans, 49.4.2
template, selecting for comparison,
hosts, 41.3
Oracle RAC database topology, 7.2
topology viewer
controlling appearance of information on a graph, 44.10.16
relationships to a target, 44.10.14
customizing views, 44.10.10
deleting custom views, 44.10.11
deleting relationships from a target, 44.10.15
dependency analysis, 44.10.8
excluding relationships from custom views, 44.10.12
impact analysis, 44.10.9
including relationships in custom views, 44.10.13
tracking configuration changes, 44.4
Transparent Data Encryption, 46.1.2
troubleshooting missing property errors,
troubleshooting unsupported configuration errors,
Tuxedo parser, 44.7.5


UbbConfig parser, 44.7.3
ULN channels, 43.1,
ULN configuration channel, 43.1
ULN custom channel, 43.1
Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN), 43.1
undeploying configuration extension,
Unix Config parser, 44.7.5
Unix Crontab parser, 44.7.4
Unix Directory List parser, 44.7.4
Unix Groups parser, 44.7.4
Unix GShadow parser, 44.7.4
Unix Hosts parser, 44.7.4
Unix INETD parser, 44.7.4
Unix Installed Patches
parser, 44.7.3
parser parameters,
Unix Login parser, 44.7.5
Unix Passwd parser, 44.7.4
Unix PROFTPD parser, 44.7.5
Unix Protocols parser, 44.7.4
Unix Recursive Directory List
parser, 44.7.3
parser parameters,
Unix Resolve parser, 44.7.5
Unix Services parser, 44.7.4
Unix Shadow parser, 44.7.4
Unix SSH Config parser, 44.7.5
Unix System Crontab parser, 44.7.4
Unix System parser, 44.7.5
Unix VSFTPD parser, 44.7.5
Unix XINETD parser, 44.7.5
unplugging pluggable databases, 17.4.1
unsuppressing violations, 45.2.5
up2date patching tool, 43.4.1,, file,
upgrading a database instance, 18.4
upgrading database
getting started, 18.1
upgrading databases, 18
database upgrade wizard, 18.4
deployment procedure, 18.3
prerequisites, 18.3.2
upgrading Oracle cluster database, 18.3.3
upgrading Oracle clusterware, 18.3.4
upgrading Oracle database instance, 18.3.5, 18.3.5
user accounts
overview, 2.4
user administration, 41.2.6, 41.2.7
User Defined Deployment Procedure, 50.6
UTF-8, encoding in configuration extensions,


value constraint rule, in comparisons,
vendor distribution, storage, 40.2.10
View any Compliance Framework privilege, 45.1.3
View any Target privilege, 45.1.3
change activity plan tasks, 49.5
comparison template,
configuration data, 44.3.1
configuration extension specification details,
configuration health problem details, 44.10.7
incident details,
real-time monitoring facet library,
real-time observations, 45.3.1
violation details
compliance standard,
clearing, 45.6.4
managing, 45.2.5
viewing examples,
compliance framework,
compliance standard,,
of a target,
suppressing, 45.2.5, 45.6.3
unsuppressing, 45.2.5
Virtual Private Database, 46.1.2
volumes, storage, 40.2.9


WebAgent parser, 44.7.5
web-based enterprise management (WBEM) fetchlet metrics, 41.6.1
WebLogic parser (attribute-keyed),
WebLogic Server provisioning, 23, 24, 25, 26
WebLogic Server Signature Rules, in compliance standards, 45.4.6
webLogic server targets, 44.2.3
WebSphere parser (attribute-keyed),
WebSphere parser (generic),
Windows Checksum parser, 44.7.5


XML default parser (attribute-keyed),
XML parser (generic),
conditions and expressions, 44.7.6
configuration extension,


YAST, installing on Linux hosts, 38.2
yum patching tool, 43.4.1,