Glossary of Icons
12c Release 3 (220.127.116.11.0)
Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center has a variety of icons to represent an asset, the current state of an asset, and actions. Hover your mouse over an icon to display a tool tip that provides a brief description of the icon. In some cases, a badge icon appears in the corner of asset icon to show the asset's status.
When an icon is grayed out, it means that the feature is not functional for the current scenario or you have not been assigned the role to perform the action.
These are the categories of icons:
Connectivity icons display the session mode and connectivity. To determine if you run in Connected Mode and have access to My Oracle Support Services, check the icon in the upper right corner of the UI. If an icon is not colored, you are not in connected mode.
Figure 1-1 Session Connectivity Icons
The icons indicate:
Whether or not Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center is connected to the Internet.
Whether or not Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center is connected to the Oracle Knowledge Base.
Whether or not Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center is connected to My Oracle Support Services.
Figure 1-2 Internet Connected
Figure 1-3 Internet Disconnected
Figure 1-4 Knowledge Base Connected
Figure 1-5 Knowledge Base Disconnected
Figure 1-6 My Oracle Support Services Connected
Figure 1-7 My Oracle Support Services Disconnected
Figure 1-8 Open Service Requests
Figure 1-9 Service Request Opened By Others
Figure 1-10 My Service Requests
Figure 1-11 Notifications
Figure 1-12 Delete All Notifications
Figure 1-13 My Incidents
Figure 1-14 Unassigned Incidents
Monitoring rules and policies define the monitoring parameters. Monitoring rules define the alerting conditions. Rules are associated with, and determined by, the type of managed resource. Monitoring rules state the values and boundaries for an asset's activity. A monitoring policy defines alert configurations to be performed on one or more managed resources. It contains the information needed to monitor a managed asset with user-defined alert configurations, including defined thresholds and alert monitors.
These are the icons that are associated with monitoring rules and policies.
Figure 1-15 Add Alert Monitoring Rule
Figure 1-16 Deselect All Rules
Figure 1-17 Select All Rules
Figure 1-18 Edit Alert Monitoring Rule
Figure 1-19 Disable Alert Monitoring Rule
Figure 1-20 Delete Alert Monitoring Rule
Figure 1-21 Navigate to Monitoring Policy
Figure 1-22 Applying a Monitoring Policy
Figure 1-23 Extract a Monitoring Policy
Figure 1-24 Create a New Monitoring Policy
Figure 1-25 Copy Monitoring Policy
Figure 1-26 Delete Monitoring Policy
Figure 1-27 Set as Default Policy
Figure 1-28 View Associated Assets
Figure 1-29 View Alerts
Figure 1-30 View Annotations
Figure 1-31 View Possible Impacts and Causes
Figure 1-32 View Comments
Figure 1-33 View Suggested Actions
Figure 1-34 Add Annotations
Figure 1-35 Assign Incidents
Figure 1-36 Acknowledge Incident
Figure 1-37 Take Action on Incidents
Figure 1-38 Mark Incident as Repaired
Figure 1-39 Close Incident
Figure 1-40 Server Icon
Figure 1-41 Blade Icon
Figure 1-42 Chassis Icon
Figure 1-43 CPU Icon
Figure 1-44 Disk Controller Icon
Figure 1-45 Disk Expander
Figure 1-46 Ethernet Port Icon
Figure 1-47 Fan Icon
Figure 1-48 Fan Tray Icon
Figure 1-49 Generic Hardware Icon
Figure 1-50 Hard Disk Icon
Figure 1-51 I/O Board Icon
Figure 1-52 I/O Module Icon
Figure 1-53 Memory Icon
Figure 1-54 Memory Board Icon
Figure 1-55 PCI Icon
Figure 1-56 Power Control Setting Icon
Figure 1-57 Power Supply Setting Icon
Figure 1-58 System Icon
Figure 1-59 Utilization CPU
Figure 1-60 Utilization File System
Figure 1-61 Utilization
Figure 1-62 Utilization IO
Figure 1-63 Utilization Memory
Figure 1-64 Utilization Network
Figure 1-65 Utilization Swap Icon
Figure 1-66 Utilization System Load Icon
Figure 1-67 XSCF Icon
Figure 1-68 Linux Operating System Icon
Figure 1-69 Oracle Solaris Icon
Figure 1-70 Oracle Solaris Cluster Icon
Figure 1-71 Microsoft Windows Icon
Figure 1-72 New Update OS Job
Figure 1-73 Deploy/Update Software
Figure 1-74 Reboot
Figure 1-75 Attach Network
Figure 1-76 Place in Maintenance
Figure 1-77 Update Operating System
A boot environment is an instance of a bootable Oracle Solaris image plus additional software packages that are installed onto the image, and the set of all file systems and devices (disk slices and mount points) that are required to operate an Oracle Solaris OS instance.
These icons that are associated with Boot Environment.
Figure 1-78 Create New Boot Environment
Figure 1-79 Activate Boot Environment and Reboot
Figure 1-80 Active Boot Environment
Figure 1-81 Active Boot Environment Upon Reboot
Figure 1-82 Delete New Boot Environment
Figure 1-83 Synchronize Boot Environment
Figure 1-84 Tree Node Icon
Figure 1-85 Oracle VM for x86
Figure 1-86 Oracle VM for SPARC
Figure 1-87 LDOM Server Pool
Figure 1-88 Oracle VM for SPARC Server Pool
Figure 1-89 Global Zone
Figure 1-90 Non-Global Zone
Badges are special types of icons that appear in the corner of asset icons to show the status of the assets.
Figure 1-91 Critical Badge
Figure 1-92 Warning Badge
Figure 1-93 Info Badge
Figure 1-94 Configure Badge
Figure 1-95 Shutdown Badge
Figure 1-96 Update Badge
Figure 1-97 Lock Badge
Figure 1-98 Unreachable Badge
Figure 1-99 Installation Badge
Figure 1-100 All Jobs
Figure 1-101 Jobs In Progress
Figure 1-102 Jobs Waiting For User Input
Figure 1-103 Jobs Stopped
Figure 1-104 Jobs Scheduled
Figure 1-105 Jobs Partially Successful
Figure 1-106 Jobs Suspended
Figure 1-107 Jobs Failed
Figure 1-108 Jobs Successful
Figure 1-109 View Job Details
Figure 1-110 Re-run Selected Jobs
Figure 1-111 Display Selected Target Details
Figure 1-112 Debug Jobs Using OCDoctor
Figure 1-113 Mode Actual
Figure 1-114 Delete Selected Jobs
Libraries store and manage cached data, images, packages, and metadata. A software library stores images for provisioning operations. A Storage Library is a file system on the virtual host's server or it can be accessed through an NFS server or SAN network. Guest configurations for its operating system, data, CPU, memory, and network as metadata are stored in the storage library associated with the virtual host.
Figure 1-115 New Local Software Library
Figure 1-116 New NAS Software Library
Figure 1-117 New SAN Storage Library
Figure 1-118 Set Enterprise Controller Storage Library
Figure 1-119 Move Metadata
Figure 1-120 Add Storage
Figure 1-121 Enable Sharing
Manage individual hosts
Connect hosts to the Proxy Controller
Allow guests to communicate with each other or with the Internet
Connect remote JMX with the public API
These are the icons that are associated with Network.
Figure 1-122 Create Network Domain
Figure 1-123 Delete Network Domain
Figure 1-124 Connect Guests
Figure 1-125 Create Public Network
Figure 1-126 Define Network
Figure 1-127 Edit Attributes
Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center provides you with a variety of tools for understanding and managing your datacenter. The Administration icons are associated with actions that you use to configure and manage Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center.
The following icons are associated with Administration.
Figure 1-128 Register Enterprise Controller
Figure 1-129 Ops Center Downloads
Figure 1-130 Set Enterprise Controller Storage Library
Figure 1-131 Setup Connection Mode
Figure 1-132 Edit Authentications
Figure 1-133 Proxy Deployment Wizard
Figure 1-134 Configure Local Agent
Figure 1-135 Self Diagnosis
Figure 1-136 Unconfigure Enterprise Controller
Figure 1-137 Change HTTP Proxy
Figure 1-138 Edit Energy Cost
Figure 1-139 Add User
Figure 1-140 DHCP Config
Figure 1-141 Subnets
Figure 1-142 External DHCP Server
Figure 1-143 Navigate to Selected Oracle VM Manager
Figure 1-144 Discover Oracle VM Managers
Figure 1-145 Discover Oracle VM Server
Figure 1-146 Discover File Server
Figure 1-147 Discover iSCSI Storage
Figure 1-148 Create Group
Figure 1-149 Add Assets to Groups
Figure 1-150 Remove Asset From Group
Figure 1-151 Move Assets to Group
Figure 1-152 Add Attribute Icon
Figure 1-153 Add Rule Icon
Figure 1-154 Delete Attribute Icon
Figure 1-155 Delete Rule Icon
Figure 1-156 CPU Tree Node Icon
Figure 1-157 Memory Tree Node Icon
Figure 1-158 Tree Node Icon
Icons for Oracle SuperCluster logical domains.
The following icons are related to Oracle SuperCluster logical domains.
Figure 1-159 SuperCluster Dedicated Domains
Figure 1-160 SuperCluster I/O Domains
Figure 1-161 SuperCluster Root Domains
Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center Glossary of Icons, 12c Release 3 (18.104.22.168.0)
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