5.2 Configuring Email Notification Details

Configure Oracle Trace File Analyzer to send an email to the registered email address after an automatic collection completes.

To send emails, configure the system on which Oracle Trace Analyzer is running. You must configure notification with a user email address.

To configure email notification details:

  1. To set the notification email for a specific ORACLE_HOME, include the operating system owner in the command:
    tfactl set notificationAddress=os_user:email
    For example:
    tfactl set notificationAddress=oracle:some.body@example.com
  2. To set the notification email for any ORACLE_HOME:
    tfactl set notificationAddress=email
    For example:
    tfactl set notificationAddress=another.body@example.com
  3. Configure the SMTP server using tfactl set smtp.

    Set the SMTP parameters when prompted.

    Table 5-2 tfactl diagnosetfa Command Parameters

    Parameter Description

    smtp.host

    Specify the SMTP server host name.

    smtp.port

    Specify the SMTP server port.

    smtp.user

    Specify the SMTP user.

    smtp.password

    Specify password for the SMTP user.

    smtp.auth

    Set the Authentication flag to true or false.

    smtp.ssl

    Set the SSL flag to true or false.

    smtp.from

    Specify the from mail ID.

    smtp.to

    Specify the comma-delimited list of recipient mail IDs.

    smtp.cc

    Specify the comma-delimited list of CC mail IDs.

    smtp.bcc

    Specify the comma-delimited list of BCC mail IDs.

    smtp.debug

    Set the Debug flag to true or false.

    Note:

    You can view current SMTP configuration details using tfactl print smtp.

  4. Verify SMTP configuration by sending a test email using tfactl sendmail email_address.

    If Oracle Trace File Analyzer detects that a significant error has occurred, then it sends an email notification as follows:

  5. Do the following after receiving the notification email:
    1. To find the root cause, inspect the referenced collection details.
    2. If you can fix the issue, then resolve the underlying cause of the problem.
    3. If you do not know the root cause of the problem, then log an SR with Oracle Support, and upload the collection details.