OEM

Beauty of command line - OEM 12c

Why all software should have a command line and automation plugin ? Answer is simple - if you have to repeat number of operation for different targets - scripts can help you save your precious time.

I really enjoy a fact that Oracle added a command line to Oracle Enterprise Manager line, and now you can script lot of boring tasks like adding new administrator to list of users who can access Named Credentials.

To add new admin (przepiorom) it's enough to run the following script
 

add_privs.sh przepiorom

Beauty of command line - OEM 12c

Why all software should have a command line and automation plugin ? Answer is simple - if you have to repeat number of operation for different targets - scripts can help you save your precious time.

I really enjoy a fact that Oracle added a command line to Oracle Enterprise Manager line, and now you can script lot of boring tasks like adding new administrator to list of users who can access Named Credentials.

To add new admin (przepiorom) it's enough to run the following script
 

add_privs.sh przepiorom

Data Guard transport lag in OEM 12c

I have come across this phenomenon a couple of times now so I thought it was worth writing up.

Consider a scenario where you get an alert because your standby database has an apply lag. The alert is generated by OEM and when you log in and check-it has indeed an apply lag. Even worse, the apply lag increases with every refresh of the page! I tagged this as an 11.2 problem but it’s definitely not related to that version.

Here is a screenshot of this misery:

 Lag in OEM

Now there are of course a number of possible causes:

OEM CLI Commands for Bulk Property Changes

This will be a brief post, mostly so I can save this command somewhere besides the bash_history file on my OEM server. It may prove useful to a few others too… it has been absolutely essential for me on several occasions! (I was just using it again recently which reminded me to stick it in this blog post.) This is how you can make bulk property changes to a large group of targets in OEM:

OEM CLI Commands for Bulk Property Changes

This will be a brief post, mostly so I can save this command somewhere besides the bash_history file on my OEM server. It may prove useful to a few others too… it has been absolutely essential for me on several occasions! (I was just using it again recently which reminded me to stick it in this blog post.) This is how you can make bulk property changes to a large group of targets in OEM:

OEM CLI Commands for Bulk Property Changes

This will be a brief post, mostly so I can save this command somewhere besides the bash_history file on my OEM server. It may prove useful to a few others too… it has been absolutely essential for me on several occasions! (I was just using it again recently which reminded me to stick it in this blog post.) This is how you can make bulk property changes to a large group of targets in OEM: