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NEW OEM Grid Control Setup [message #419317] Fri, 21 August 2009 03:13 Go to next message
rsreddy28
Messages: 295
Registered: May 2007
Senior Member
Hi ,

We have an old Grid setup on 10.1.0.3 but we now we want to have a complete new setup on 10.2.0.3 on a completely different server. My doubt is what should we do with the existing agents on the target databases which are getting monitored on the old Grid environment. Should we delete the existing agents , if Yes can somebody help me on that.

If yes there is any other approach for that , kindly help me on this.

And also , is the kernel parameter values mandatory to specify in the /etc/sysctl.conf

rmem_default = 262144
rmem_max = 262144
wmem_default = 262144
wmem_max = 262144


The reason being this is our Sysadmin has told that they are not getting set while installing .


Kindly suggest on this .


Thanks






Re: NEW OEM Grid Control Setup [message #419378 is a reply to message #419317] Fri, 21 August 2009 12:19 Go to previous message
neetijain
Messages: 1
Registered: August 2009
Location: Gurgaon
Junior Member
Ans1:

1. Install new OMS with 10.2.0.3 version on new server
2. Upgrade target agent (if required as I suppose 10.1.0.3 is also supported with 10.2.0.3 OMS)
3. reconfigure agent with new OMS

Agent reconfiguration steps:
1. stop agent
2. go to $agent_home/sysman/config
3. take backup of file emd.properties
4. edit emd.properties and change new OMS name (new server name) in place of old OMS. Mainly 2 parameters need to change in file are REPOSITORY_URL and emdWalletSrcUrl.
5. remove old logs...

rm -r $agent_home/sysman/emd/state/*
rm -r $agent_home/sysman/emd/collection/*
rm -r $agent_home/sysman/emd/upload/*
rm $agent_home/sysman/emd/lastupld.xml
rm $agent_home/sysman/emd/agntstmp.txt
rm $agent_home/sysman/emd/blackouts.xml
rm $agent_home/sysman/emd/protocol.ini

6. clear agent state
7. secure agent again if required
8. start agent


Ans2:

Yes, these kernel parameter values are mandatory to specify in the /etc/sysctl.conf
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