Re: Monitoring server

From: Ram Raman <>
Date: Fri, 11 Dec 2009 11:56:56 -0600
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Thanks Lyall.

I am not asking about the retention period of the statistics data. I am asking what if the Grid control server itself goes down? There will not be anything monitoring the databases and servers.

On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 8:25 AM, <> wrote:

> I think that all depends on you're internal auditing procedures. Our
> College is very interested in statistics of certain database on-the-fly, as
> something important is happening. ie, fall registration, then spring
> registration, etc. We might keep them around for a year... to see what was
> going on last year, at the same time. For example, this year, we've had the
> highest registration ever, in the fall. So, in a few weeks, it will be nice
> to see what happens for the spring registration.
> But, again, it probably all depends on your company and what they want to
> do with all the stats. To tell the truth, i use the Grid repository as the
> "test bed" for any kind of the thing i want to play with, backups, recovery,
> etc, etc. /wink
> Lyall
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ram Raman <>
> To: ORACLE-L <>
> Sent: Wed, Dec 9, 2009 7:04 pm
> Subject: Monitoring server
> Listers,
> While configuring a monitoring server like Grid control server (or any
> other type), how much of High availability or redundancy factors should we
> consider. What happens when the monitoring server itself goes down. I
> am curious to know how it is handled.
> Thanks.

Received on Fri Dec 11 2009 - 11:56:56 CST

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