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how to send tablespace alert to mail in oracle 10g [message #423664] Sat, 26 September 2009 03:58 Go to next message
sherkhan@infodynamic.net
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Hi dears,

we have some creatical databases for those we need to enable email alert pariticularly for tablespaces usage space.

cau you guys help me to resolve this issue.

i tried using EM in 10g and able to send test mail but auto mail to send error is not sending.please help me.


thanks in advance.
regards,
sher khan
Re: how to send tablespace alert to mail in oracle 10g [message #423666 is a reply to message #423664] Sat, 26 September 2009 04:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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Error? Which error? I don't see any in your post.

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Michel
Re: how to send tablespace alert to mail in oracle 10g [message #423667 is a reply to message #423666] Sat, 26 September 2009 04:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sherkhan@infodynamic.net
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Hi Michel ,

actually the error is supose the tablespace is 80%full than we should recive mail that system or users tablespace is 80% full. than we will be ready to increase it.


thanks
Re: how to send tablespace alert to mail in oracle 10g [message #423684 is a reply to message #423667] Sat, 26 September 2009 08:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ebrian
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That is a default rule, check Configuring Notifications.
Re: how to send tablespace alert to mail in oracle 10g [message #423686 is a reply to message #423684] Sat, 26 September 2009 08:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sherkhan@infodynamic.net
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Hi,

thanks for the update .

i studied your sending notes and also earlier searched for this .

but no critical mail is sending by mail.

although i scheduled make edited for the tablespace but no luck.

thanks
Re: how to send tablespace alert to mail in oracle 10g [message #423689 is a reply to message #423686] Sat, 26 September 2009 09:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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>although i scheduled make edited for the tablespace but no luck.
Since you provide no meaningful clues for us, we can not provide any meaningful suggestions to you.


What clues exist in the MTA server (maillog?)?

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Re: how to send tablespace alert to mail in oracle 10g [message #423696 is a reply to message #423689] Sat, 26 September 2009 12:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sherkhan@infodynamic.net
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Hi,

the whole process what i done is

when logon to EM.

i clicked on the setup and than provided the smtp server and my email .than i clicked on the testmail i reviced the test mail.

than i clicked on the preferences and provided database instances and host information.

than clicked to rule > there is already 4 -5 rules.> select the first one> and clicked the edit button

and set the tablespace usage%70 critical and other settings are default one.

than schedule this by same user (sys).


please guide me if there is step which i am missing .



i can recive test mail not critical or warning mail from database.


thanks & regard,
sher khan
Re: how to send tablespace alert to mail in oracle 10g [message #423827 is a reply to message #423696] Mon, 28 September 2009 09:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
babuknb
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Okay

set ALERT METRICS
Re: how to send tablespace alert to mail in oracle 10g [message #423832 is a reply to message #423827] Mon, 28 September 2009 09:39 Go to previous message
sherkhan@infodynamic.net
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Hi dear,
when i connected with database > clicked on the preferences >
Notification Rules > there are 4 rules by default.
i am connected as user sys as sysdba.
clicked on the option button select the one existing one and than clicked on the edit button
Edit Notification Rule Agents unreachable.> select database instance > click Next
notification rules> selected up and down > clik NExt >

Metrics

sevrity states critical , warning,clear >

i select both critical and warnings and
selected tablespace space used(%)

than clicked Next>
it asking for tablespace name i selected all tablespaces.clicked Next>

checked mark send email check box and click next > clicked finished

showing preview.



now one question is how to schedule specific rule in the database. ( this may be error.)

i just select option button and clicked on the schedule > than edit schedule.>
than put my email.


but stil am not able to recive any mail from database although test mail i can recive.




thanks






last page output.

Edit Notification Rule Agents Unreachable: Review
This summarizes how and when Enterprise Manager will send notifications for this rule.
Step 7 of 7


Properties
Name Agents Unreachable
Owner SYSMAN
Description System-generated notification rule for monitoring Agents who lose contact with the Management Service due to network problems, host problems or Agents going down.
Public No
Target Type Database Instance

Targets
All targets of type Database Instance

Availability
Up No
Down Yes
Agent Unreachable Yes
Agent Unreachable Resolved Yes
Metric Error Detected No
Metric Error Resolved No
Blackout Started No
Blackout Ended No

Metrics

Severity States
Critical Yes
Warning Yes
Clear No

Metrics
Metric Objects
Tablespace Space Used (%) SYSAUX,USERS,TEMP,SYSTEM,UNDOTBS1

Methods

E-mail Notification
E-mail messages will be sent at times specified on your notification schedule.

Advanced Notification Methods
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