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The following task map includes several procedures that are associated with using Oracle Configuration Manager on an Oracle Solaris system. Each row includes a task, a description of when you would want to perform that task, followed by a link to the task.
# svcadm enable management/ocm
# svcadm disable management/ocm
Caution - Do not run the /opt/ocm/ccr/bin/emCCR stop command on an Oracle Solaris system. Any changes to the service must be made by using the Service Management Facility (SMF).
The software prompts for an email account and password. Preferably, use an email account associated with your My Oracle Support identity.
If the system can communicate directly with the registration server, it does so. If not, you are prompted for the URL of an Oracle Support Hub. If a URL is usable at your site, specify it here. If you do not specify the address of an Oracle Support Hub or still are unable to communicate with the registration server, then you are prompted for a network proxy.
After registration is complete, data collection begins.
For more information about the configCCR command, see the configCCR(1M) man page. You can also find complete examples of an interactive session by using the configCCR command, in the Oracle Configuration Manager Documentation.
This example resets the collection time to occur weekly on Monday mornings at 6:00 a.m.
# emCCR set collection_interval=FREQ=WEEKLY\; BYDAY=MON\; BYHOUR=6
For more information about the emCCR command, see the emCCR(1M) man page or the Oracle Configuration Manager Documentation.