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Figure 4-7. The Feature Usage portion of the Database Usage Statistics property sheet
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3. To view the database HWMs, click the High Water Marks tab in the Database Usage Statistics property sheet. In the High Water Marks page, you can see the HWMs for all database objects, as well as the last sampled value for each feature, and the version of the database feature. Figure 4-8 shows the High Water Marks page.
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Figure 4-8. The High Water Marks page of the Database Usage Statistics property sheet
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The purpose of the OEM Grid Control is to facilitate the management of entire systems, including hosts, databases, web servers, listeners, and other services. It provides you with a powerful and convenient centralized means of managing your entire infrastructure, not just your Oracle databases. You can manage your systems from just about anywhere, including from mobile devices. When you click the Databases tab on the Grid Control home page, you ll see a list of all the databases that are under the purview of the Grid Control. Just click the database you want to examine in detail. The Grid Control Database page provides the same functionality as the single-instance Database Control console.
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The Grid Control consists of the following four components: OEM Grid Control: This is the main OEM web-based interface for monitoring your enterprise. You can manage hosts, databases, listeners, application servers, HTTP servers, and web applications from this centralized Grid Control. OEM Management Agent: You install an OEM Management Agent on every host that you wish to manage. It s the agent s job to monitor the host, databases, and other services and to send the information to the OEM Management Service. Oracle Management Service (OMS): This is the middle tier of the Grid Control stack. The Management Service provides the user interface for the Grid Control and interacts with the Management Agent and the Management Repository, which contains the data for the OEM Grid Control. The Management Service receives all data from the Management Agents, and it then sends the data to be stored in the Management Repository.
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In order to install the Management Service, the Grid Control installation process first installs the Oracle Application Server on your system, which includes an HTTP server.
Management Repository: The Management Repository contains all pertinent information about hosts, databases, and other targets that the OEM Grid Control needs. The repository consists of two tablespaces in the database hosting the OEM Grid Control. Note that the Database Control doesn t require the creation of any extra tablespaces for hosting the Management Repository only the Grid Control version of OEM needs the repository.
Installing the Grid Control
As you know, the Database Control doesn t need any additional software, since it s a part of the Oracle database software. You must, however, install the OEM Grid Control separately, either by downloading the software from Oracle s web site or by using the appropriate CD. Installing Grid Control consists of two steps: installing the OEM Grid Control software on the host from which you intend to use the Grid Control console, and installing a Management Agent on each of the hosts you want to monitor. In the following sections, I first show how to install the Grid Control software and then the Management Agent. Here are the steps in the installation process: 1. Log into the host as the Oracle software owner and mount the Oracle Database 11g CD. Change the directory to the CD, and execute the runInstaller script: $ ./runInstaller 2. At the Welcome window, click Next. 3. Accept the default Operating System Group Name and click Next. 4. A separate window asking you to run the root.sh UNIX script will appear. Leave this window open, and open a new terminal window.
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5. Execute orainstRoot.sh as the root user in the terminal window, as shown here: $ $ $ $ $ cd $ORACLE_BASE/oraInventory su <rootpassword> ./orainstRoot.sh exit
6. Once you run the orainstRoot.sh script, go back to the Oracle Universal Installer window and click Continue. 7. In the Specify File Locations window, choose the directory for the OEM files, and click Next. 8. In the Select a Product to Install window, you can install the OEM Grid Control in an existing Oracle database or you can create a new database. You can also choose to install a Management Service or Management Agent from this window. In this example, I chose the option that creates a new Oracle database. Click Next.
Note When you choose to install the Grid Control using a new database, Oracle will create a new Oracle Database 11g database on your server. If you want to install using an existing Oracle database, your database must be version 9.2 or higher.
9. The Oracle Universal Installer will make the necessary prerequisite checks, after which you click Next. 10. Choose a password for the default SYSMAN user, and click Next. 11. Select passwords for the SYS, SYSTEM, and DBSMNP users in the new database, and click Next. 12. In the next window, you have the option of setting up MetaLink and Proxy information. These are optional and have no bearing on the functioning of the Grid Control. Once you make your choice, click Next. 13. In the Database Identification window that appears next, choose the SID and the Global Database Name for the database. Click Next. 14. In the Database File Location window, specify the location for all the database files, and click Next. 15. Review the list of components that are going to be installed in the Summary screen that appears, and click Install. 16. You ll now see a series of windows indicating the progress of the installation. You ll be asked to run the root.sh script again as the root user. Log in as the root user in a separate window and run the root.sh script. Then go back to the installation window, and click OK. 17. The Configuration Assistants window will show the status of the various configuration assistants, such as the Oracle Database Configuration Assistant. On my system, there were 16 configuration assistants. After the new Oracle database is created, you ll see the following message: The Oracle Agent will now be installed on the same machine as the database that was just created. This database will then be available through Grid Control to manage its environment. Click OK.
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