» » » Here OEM Grid Control 11gR1 Installation on Oracle Linux 5.5 (64-bit) Grid Control (GC) is a tool for monitoring the whole of your infrastructure. In previous releases, all software necessary for the installation was packaged into a single installation. With 11g Grid Control this has now changed, so you must manually install the repository database and the middleware layer before installing the grid control software itself. This entire installation should be done on hardware dedicated to Grid Control. You should not use existing parts of your infrastructure as this would make GC dependent on targets it is trying to monitor.
Once the GC installation is complete, you can then deploy agents on any server you wish GC to monitor. In this article I'll describe the installation of Oracle 11g Release 1 Grid Control on Oracle Linux (OL 5.5 64-bit). The article is based on a server installation with a minimum of 6G RAM, 8G swap, firewall and secure Linux disabled. • • • • • • • • Software Downloads the following software: • (3.3G) • (76M) • (2G) • (26M) • (1G) * • (4.1G) It's over 10G of software including the operating system.
* Don't be tempted to use a newer version of WebLogic Server (like 10.3.3 or 10.3.4). The installation will fail, as described in MOS Note 1135493.1. OS Installation Install Oracle Linux (OL) 5.5 in the same way you would for a regular Oracle Database installation. You can see an example of this type of installation. During this installation I used a virtual machine with 6G RAM and 100G disk space.
The swap size was set at 8G and the firewall and SELinux were disabled. Java Installation Install Java JDK 6u18 using the following commands as the 'root' user. Later version of the JDK cause errors when patching WebLogic (unless you are using a proxy), so the version of the JDK is very important.
# chmod u+x jdk-6u18-linux-x64-rpm.bin #./jdk-6u18-linux-x64-rpm.bin Database Installation Unlike previous Grid Control installations, the database is no longer bundled, so we must install the database software separately. To accomplish this I followed the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 installation instructions. In addition to the packages listed in the DB installation, the following packages must be installed as the 'root' user for WebLogic and the Grid Control to install correctly.
How to reinstall Enterprise Manager for Oracle. Is there a way to re-install Enterprise Manager. RPM-GPG-KEY Error While Installing Oracle Database 11g. The WebLogic Administration Console's complementary web-based console, rounding out the System Management GUI tools, is the Fusion Middleware Control (Fusion Control). First introduced in Oracle BI 11g for OBIEE, it still exists in a similar capacity for Oracle BI 12c. It is the main interface to configure advanced.
# From Enterprise Linux 5 DVD cd /media/cdrom/Server rpm -Uvh compat-db-4* rpm -Uvh compat-libstdc++-296* rpm -Uvh rng-utils-2* rpm -Uvh setarch-2* cd / eject If you have performed a default installation you will need to deconfigure Enterprise Manager Database Control. Run the following command as the 'oracle' user. $ emca -deconfig dbcontrol db -repos drop -SYS_PWD -SYSMAN_PWD Make the following initialization parameter changes. Sqlplus / AS SYSDBA ALTER SYSTEM SET log_buffer=10485760 SCOPE=SPFILE; ALTER SYSTEM SET processes=500 SCOPE=SPFILE; ALTER SYSTEM SET session_cached_cursors=200 SCOPE=SPFILE; If you have done a default installation as described here, the UNDO tablespace will be autoextensible.
If you have done a custom installation make sure the UNDO tablespace is at least 200M in size. Next we must install the latest version of the 'opatch' utility. Usda Ams Process Verified Program Management.
$ cd /host/software/oracle/GridControl/db_patches $ unzip -d $ORACLE_HOME p6800_Linux-x86-64.zip. If you have used 18.104.22.168 for your database the following patches are unnecessary. Seagate Crystal Report 8 Download. The documentation states that patches for database bugs 9002336 and 9067282 must be applied. Patch 9002336 has a prerequisite of patch 9352237 (a PSU), which includes patch 9067282, so I have only applied patches 9352237 and 9002336, which can be downloaded from. The database patches include installation instructions, but to summarize, these commands should be run as the 'oracle' user. $ dbshut $ORACLE_HOME $ export PATH=$PATH:$ORACLE_HOME/OPatch $ cd /host/software/oracle/GridControl/db_patches $ unzip p9310_Linux-x86-64.zip $ cd 9352237 $ opatch apply $ cd. $ unzip p9011_Linux-x86-64.zip $ cd 9002336 $ opatch apply $ cd.