Tag Archives: oracle enteprise manager 12c

#EM12c (12.1.0.4) is released!!!!!

This is just a quick post while I’m waiting on a few other things to line up today.  For many of us, the long awaited Release 4 of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c is out!  This release of OEM 12c has many exciting improvements and some really cool new stuff.  I cannot remember all of them, […]

Tuning with ASH Analytics in #em12c

Performance tuning of the Oracle Database has always been a great thing to learn and a valuable skill for any database administer.  In a previous post, I talked about how to use the Active Workload Repository (AWR) and Active Session History (ASH) to performance turn a database.  In this post, I want to take a […]

Performance Tuning with AWR & ASH in #em12c

Oracle monitoring and performance tuning has grown over the years.  With every release of the Oracle database the monitoring capabilities that have been provided have evolved.  In Oracle11g, monitoring with statpack has given way to Automatic Workload Repository (AWR) and Active Session History (ASH) for near real time monitoring of items within the Oracle database.  […]

Find what databases you have quickly – #EM12c Inventory Search

Thought I would write a quite tip on how to find what versions of databases you have in your environment.  Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c provides a quick and easy way to find this information once it is configured within your environment.  Starting at with the Enterprise menu, you will go to Configuration and then Inventory […]

Configure OEM12c to perform checkups on EXADATA (EXACHK)

Warning: This one may be longer than normal How many times have you ran an exachk, produced the text file, and then had to either read the file on the compute node or copy it to your local machine?  Well there is another way to view the report of the EXACHK; it can even be […]