Tag Archives: oda

Discovery and Monitor Oracle Database Appliance (#ODA) using #EM12C

A few months ago, I heard that Oracle was releasing a plug-in for the Oracle Database Appliance (ODA (Oh Dah). At first I couldn’t find anything on this plug-in, then I was able to find it in the Self-Update for Plug-ins (Extensibility -> Self Update -> Plug-ins). After finding the plug-in, it needed to be […]

Finding the Oracle Database Appliance Plug-in within #em12c

The Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) has been around for a few years now. It is a great, compact, and powerful machine for running at two-node Oracle Real Application Cluster (RAC). The adoption of the ODA has been mostly seen in medium sized organizations that need a work horse but cannot afford the sticker price of […]

Oracle Database Appliance (ODACHK)

With the release of the Oracle Database Appliance (ODA), Oracle as added a script that is similar to the check script in the Exadata.  Yes, the ODA is smaller than the Exadata; yet it is still an engineered system.  It only makes sense to have a script that can check the health of the ODA.  […]

ASM Diskgroup not compatible for database usage

Ran into an interesting issue today; while trying to setup a database for a demo with OEM12c and ODA, I got a compatibility warning dealing with ASM. Really more of an info message but it would not allow you pass the step until fixed. So now, how do you resolve this issue? Solution: Navigate to […]