Chapter 8 Troubleshooting

Table of Contents

8.1 Adding Proxy Settings for Oracle Private Cloud Appliance Updates
8.2 Setting the Oracle Private Cloud Appliance Logging Parameters
8.3 Configuring Data Center Switches for VLAN Traffic
8.4 Enabling Support Tools on Systems Provisioned with Software Release 1.0.2
8.5 Verifying and Re-applying Oracle VM Manager Tuning after Software Update
8.6 Changing the Oracle VM Agent Password
8.7 Upgrading Existing Compute Node Configuration from Release 1.0.2
8.8 Environment Pre-Upgrade Validation and Software Update to Release 2.3.1-2.3.3
8.9 Upgrading to Oracle Private Cloud Appliance Release 2.3.x with Non-Functional Compute Nodes
8.10 Managing a Mixed Compute Node Environment
8.11 Eliminating ObjectNotFound Exceptions and Restoring the Oracle VM Manager Database
8.12 Running Manual Pre- and Post-Upgrade Checks in Combination with Oracle PCA Upgrader
8.13 Enabling Fibre Channel Connectivity on a Provisioned Appliance
8.14 Recovering From a Catastrophic Storage Controller Failure
8.15 Restoring a Backup After a Password Change
8.16 Enabling Compute Node IPMI in Oracle VM Manager
8.17 Enabling SNMP Server Monitoring
8.18 Using a Custom CA Certificate for SSL Encryption
8.18.1 Creating a Keystore
8.18.2 Importing a Keystore
8.19 A Compute Node Fails to Complete Provisioning
8.20 Deprovisioning and Replacing a Compute Node
8.21 Eliminating Time-Out Issues when Provisioning Compute Nodes
8.22 Oracle VM Server Pool Is Offline After Network Services Restart
8.23 Recovering from Tenant Group Configuration Mismatches
8.24 Rebuilding a Corrupted Compute Node OSA Image
8.25 Disabling Paravirtualized Virtual Machines to Avoid Security Issues
8.26 Configure Xen CPU Frequency Scaling for Best Performance

This chapter describes how to resolve a number of common problem scenarios.