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About This Book

1.  Oracle Solaris Management Tools (Road Map)

2.  Working With the Solaris Management Console (Tasks)

3.  Working With the Oracle Java Web Console (Tasks)

4.  Managing User Accounts and Groups (Overview)

5.  Managing User Accounts and Groups (Tasks)

6.  Managing Client-Server Support (Overview)

7.  Managing Diskless Clients (Tasks)

8.  Introduction to Shutting Down and Booting a System

9.  Shutting Down and Booting a System (Overview)

10.  Shutting Down a System (Tasks)

11.  Modifying Oracle Solaris Boot Behavior (Tasks)

12.  Booting an Oracle Solaris System (Tasks)

13.  Managing the Oracle Solaris Boot Archives (Tasks)

14.  Troubleshooting Booting an Oracle Solaris System (Tasks)

15.  x86: GRUB Based Booting (Reference)

16.  x86: Booting a System That Does Not Implement GRUB (Tasks)

17.  Working With Oracle Configuration Manager

Introduction to Oracle Configuration Manager

How Your Oracle Solaris 10 System Is Registered?

Managing Oracle Configuration Manager (Tasks)

How to Enable the Oracle Configuration Manager Service

How to Disable the Oracle Configuration Manager Service

How to Manually Register With the Oracle Repository

How to Change the Time or Frequency of Data Collection

18.  Managing Services (Overview)

19.  Managing Services (Tasks)

20.  Managing Software (Overview)

21.  Managing Software With Oracle Solaris System Administration Tools (Tasks)

22.  Managing Software by Using Oracle Solaris Package Commands (Tasks)

23.  Managing Patches

A.  SMF Services


Chapter 17

Working With Oracle Configuration Manager

This chapter describes how to use Oracle Configuration Manager (OCM), which is a part of the Oracle Solaris Auto Registration feature. The Auto Registration feature was introduced in Oracle Solaris 10 9/10.

Auto Registration is a built-in mechanism that enables basic asset information about your system to be transmitted to the Oracle repository. Oracle Configuration Manager collects the configuration information of the system and uploads it to the Oracle repository. Oracle uses this information to improve its products and services.

Note - This chapter does not provide detailed information about auto registration processes that are part of an installation or upgrade. This chapter does not contain information about which installation methods and configurations support Auto Registration.

The following is a list of the information that is in this chapter: