Chapter 8. Monitoring and Maintaining Oracle VDI

Table of Contents

8.1. Logging in to Oracle VDI Manager
8.2. Logging in to the Sun Ray Administration Tool
8.3. Oracle VDI Administrators
8.3.1. About Oracle VDI Role-Based Administration
8.3.2. Creating Administrators and Assigning Roles
8.4. Monitoring Oracle VDI in Oracle Enterprise Manager
8.5. Checking Oracle VDI Services and Logs
8.5.1. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI Center
8.5.2. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI Service
8.5.3. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI Database
8.5.4. Checking the Oracle VDI Log Files
8.5.5. Changing Logging for Oracle VDI
8.5.6. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI RDP Broker
8.5.7. Checking the Status of the Oracle VDI Center Agent
8.5.8. Checking the Status of Oracle VDI Manager
8.5.9. Checking the Status of Cacao and the Oracle VDI Modules
8.6. Controlling the Oracle VDI Service
8.7. Backing Up and Restoring the Oracle VDI Database
8.7.1. Backing Up the Oracle VDI Database
8.7.2. Restoring the Oracle VDI Database
8.8. About Desktop Provider Alarms
8.8.1. Reconfiguring an Oracle VM VirtualBox Host
8.8.2. Reloading iSCSI or Sun ZFS Storage Configuration on Oracle VM VirtualBox Hosts
8.9. Maintenance Mode
8.9.1. Oracle VM VirtualBox and Microsoft Hyper-V Host Maintenance
8.9.2. Storage Maintenance
8.10. Deleting Orphan Disks
8.11. Oracle VDI Centers and Failover
8.11.1. Identifying Hosts With a Role in an Oracle VDI Center
8.11.2. Rebooting the Master Database Host Without Causing a Failover
8.11.3. Changing the Master Database Host
8.11.4. Changing the Replication Database Host
8.11.5. Tuning Automatic Failover
8.11.6. Triggering a Failover Manually
8.11.7. Removing an Unresponsive Host from an Oracle VDI Center
8.11.8. Changing the Sun Ray Primary Server
8.11.9. Synchronizing the Sun Ray Group Signature and Data Store Password