Re: AWR Viewer
Date: Sat, 4 Oct 2008 02:47:27 +0100
What I umderstand regarding GC licensing is that even the basic alerts require diagnostic pack license. It's mention in 10g licence guide.
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On 3 Oct 2008, at 20:01, "Tim Gorman" <tim_at_evdbt.com> wrote:
> I tend to use "http://oraclestore.oracle.com" to answer questions
> like these. After all, if they're selling it at all, they're
> probably selling it there, no?
> Looking at the tab for "Enterprise Manager" products, only the
> various "packs" seem to be available for sale; there is nothing
> about "Grid Control" there. Same for the tab for "Database"; no
> mention of EM or GC...
> I've always thought the bible for licensing is the "Software
> Investment Guide" or "SIG", but there is scarce mention of the
> phrase "Enterprise Manager" there, never mind "Grid Control".
> Hey, if it's so difficult to find a way to buy it, then it *must* be
> free, eh? :-) Anyway, from the evidence, I think Brandon is
> correct; basic EMGC without any packs is free...
> Jackie Brock wrote:
>> Oracle really does need to provide a licensing FAQ and tutorial...
>> perhaps even a training course! It's amazing how hard it is to get
>> specific information about what's covered and what's not.
>> I think the difficulty here may lie with the fact that yes, you can
>> install and run grid control without the diagnostics packs (et al),
>> you can't do much with it. I believe that there is something in the
>> install documentation for OEM that discusses whether grid control is
>> included or not - my recollection is that grid control is included
>> the database, but not useful without the packs.
>> Jackie D. Brock
>> Database Specialist - Systems Evaluation
>> 858 Coal Creek Circle
>> Louisville, CO 80027
>> Email: j.brock_at_cablelabs.com
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