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Re: OEM GC 10gR3 jobs and UDMs

From: Jason Heinrich <>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2007 10:54:48 -0500
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My experience is with 10g R2, but it should apply:

For your first question, there is a checkbox in the "Access" tab of the job to send notifications to the job owner. If other people want notifications, you can create a notification rule (in Preferences). In the "Jobs" tab, add "Jobs by Criteria" and specify the jobs and statuses for which people should be notified (you can use a "%" in the Job Name field to specify all jobs). If you make it public, other adminstrators in Grid Control can then subscribe to this notification rule.

Off the top of my head, I'm not sure about your second question, sorry.

On 6/29/07 10:03 AM, Rich Jesse wrote:

> Hey all,
> I've installed OEM GC on OEL 4, after giving up trying to follow
> Oracle's instructions for moving 10gR2->R3 on Windows. Things are mostly
> working, but I've seen a few important glitches.
> First, is there any method for notification of OEM job failures? I can't
> find one here or in the 10gR1 DB Control that this is replacing. Kind of a
> bummer when our RMAN backups fail because of a full flash recovery area and
> there's no emails generated to let me know about it. And I can't find any
> sort of mention of this in Metalink or any of the online docs (local to OEM
> or at
> Second, I've created a user-defined metric to monitor the size of our top-n
> tables. It worked great when testing it at five minute intervals. As soon
> as I altered the interval to the production once-a-day, OEM cleared all the
> alerts with the message "CLEARED: Collection disabled". But the collection
> is enabled and is still running once-a-day, as scheduled, according to the
> Collection Timestamp on the metric.
> I won't mention how adding the SQL Server plugin apparently broke my test
> Agent. <sigh>
> Seeing as my average resolution time is >4weeks for an SR, I thought I'd try
> here first...
> Anyone?
> TIA!
> Rich

Jason Heinrich
Oracle Database Administrator
Pensacola Christian College
Received on Fri Jun 29 2007 - 10:54:48 CDT

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