2 Compliance Checking with Oracle ORAchk and Oracle EXAchk
Oracle ORAchk and Oracle EXAchk share a common compliance check framework and a large portion of their features and tasks are common.
- Getting Started with Running Compliance Checks
Review these topics to get started with Oracle Autonomous Health Framework compliance checking.
- Running Compliance Checks Automatically
Oracle recommends that you use the daemon process to schedule recurring compliance checks at regular intervals.
- Running Compliance Checks On-Demand
Usually, compliance checks run at scheduled intervals. However, Oracle recommends that you run compliance checks on-demand when needed.
- Running Compliance Checks in Silent Mode
Run compliance checks automatically by scheduling them with the Automated Daemon Mode operation.
- Understanding and Managing Reports and Output
Oracle ORAchk and Oracle EXAchk generate a detailed HTML report with findings and recommendations.
- Running Subsets of Checks
Run a subset of compliance checks where necessary.
- Understanding Oracle EXAchk specifics for Oracle Exadata and Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance
Understand the features and learn to perform tasks specific to Oracle EXAchk on Oracle Exadata and Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance.
- Integrating Compliance Check Results with Other Tools
Integrate Oracle ORAchk and Oracle EXAchk compliance check results into Oracle Enterprise Manager and other third-party tools.
- Using Oracle ORAchk to Confirm System Readiness for Implementing Application Continuity
Application Continuity Checking for Application Continuity enables you to deploy Application Continuity easily and transparently.
- Running Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Compliance Checks
Learn to run the compliance checks for Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances.
- Using Oracle EXAchk on Oracle Big Data Appliance
Understand the features and learn to perform tasks specific to Oracle EXAchk on Oracle Big Data Appliance.
- Easily Manage Cell, Switches, Databases and exacli Passwords
Learn to manage passwords for cells, switches, databases, and
exacliusing the following commands:
- Query AHF Message Codes to Understand More About the Context and Next Steps
You can now query Oracle ORAchk and Oracle EXAchk check details using a four digit code representing the check.