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Renaming #EM12c / #EM13c Targets

Oracle Enterprise Manager is a complex piece of software that many organizations are running now. Some organizations set out with a formalized naming standard; some do not. Those who do not ofter end up identifying a naming standard later down the road and then making requests to change the names of the targets being monitored. […]

Building Oracle #GoldenGate Studio Repository…. a walk through

With the announcement of Oracle GoldenGate Studio at OOW this year, there has been a good bit of interest in what is can do for any Oracle GoldenGate environment. The basics of this new design tool is that it will allow the end user to quickly build out GoldenGate architectures and mappings; however, before you […]

Using #DB12c PDB as a Repository for #EM12c…. Not so fast!

Last year, I wrote a post on how to setup Oracle Enterprise Manger 12c (12.1.0.3) with Oracle Database 12c (12.1.0.1) and what you could expect.  At the time the configuration was not supported by Oracle and I only did it to see if it could be done.  If you would like to read that post […]

Hang Time – Disconnect a session

The other day I was installing Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control and ran into a few problems.  I had to scrub the install and start from scratch due to a naming issue in the /etc/hosts file (story for another time).  In order to start over, I had to remove the SYSMAN and associate schemas […]

OEM PSU – work around required

Got into the office today to a nice warning from OEM; the warning is the following:  EM Event: Warning:Management Services and Repository – Average event dequeue time is 108 milliseconds, crossed warning (100) or critical (250) threshold. Dequeue time may get worse if queue table (EM_EVENT_BUS_TABLE) needs maintenance.  In researching this message within MOS, I […]