RE: Oracle Grid... ahem Cloud Control 12c
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 13:28:26 -0700 (PDT)
Part of the 12c upgrade.
As for migrating to 11g, I simply can't recall that now - those brain cells are long gone. However, if the upgrade path was a single repository then it should definitely have kept your history. If not then I think you were on your own.
Of course, the obvious answer is to can your upgrade to 11g project and so straight to 12c. ;)
That's doable from the latest 10g release (10.2.0.5) or directly from 11g of course.
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From: Upendra N [mailto:nupendra_at_hotmail.com] Sent: Thursday, 20 October 2011 1:23 AM
To: Peter Sharman; Oracle-L
Subject: RE: Oracle Grid... ahem Cloud Control 12c
>> That means you have both running, pre-12c and 12c, each with its own agents. As you move the pre-12c agents, you can sync the history as part of the move to the 12c repository.
Sync'ing the history - is that a 12c feature or is that available in 11g as well? I am in the process of upgrading a Production Grid environment from 10.2 to 11.2. Preserving the history would be great.
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Subject: Re: Oracle Grid... ahem Cloud Control 12c Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 10:39:52 +1100
Sorry, at the Australian 12c launch, so I just saw this.
If you were doing a one system upgrade, you will be upgrading your existing repository, so that keeps everything you had.
If you are doing a two system upgrade, you clone the existing repository, leaving the old version with pre-12c agents pointing to it. You can then gradually install 12c agents pointing to the new repository.
That means you have both running, pre-12c and 12c, each with its own agents. As you move the pre-12c agents, you can sync the history as part of the move to the 12c repository.
On 18/10/2011, at 10:34 PM, Upendra N <nupendra_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
With the EM upgrade, when we re-register the targets do we loose the history of the metrics gathered? Is there a way to preserve the performance metrics history?
> Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 03:56:11 -0700
> From: pete.sharman_at_oracle.com
> To: development_at_the-playground.de; oracle-l_at_freelists.org
> CC: pete.sharman_at_oracle.com
> Subject: RE: Oracle Grid... ahem Cloud Control 12c
> Glad you re-sent that email, since I don't speak fluent gobbledygook. :)
> From customers I've spoken to, the main reason people are looking at upgrade rather than a clean installation is purely and simply because they want to keep the history that is currently contained in their repository. Of course, a clean installation does give you the chance to get rid of a lot of old baggage that you may no longer need, but in general this is more of a business decision than a technical one really.
> Pete Sharman
> Principal Product Manager
> Enterprise Manager Product Suite
> 33 Benson Crescent CALWELL ACT 2905 AUSTRALIA
> Phone: +61262924095 | | Fax: +61262925183 | | Mobile: +61404005744
> "Controlling developers is like herding cats."
> Kevin Loney, Oracle DBA Handbook
> "Oh no, it's not, it's much harder than that!"
> Bruce Pihlamae, long term Oracle DBA
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Martin Bach [mailto:development_at_the-playground.de]
> Sent: Tuesday, 18 October 2011 9:42 PM
> To: oracle-l_at_freelists.org
> Subject: Re: Oracle Grid... ahem Cloud Control 12c
> Very odd characters in my list post-not sure where they come from.
> Sending again with a different email client:
> I'm finding it very interesting that so many of you on this list opt to
> upgrade their management servers. At my current site we are evaluating
> if we shouldn't forget about the current deployment and use the 12c
> upgrade to get do a tech refresh. New OMS, new load balancers, new
> database (everything). The risk of doing so is considered less than with
> an upgrade.
> For those going for the migration from 11.1 or even 10.2, would you
> mind sharing your reasons for the upgrade? How many targets do people
> Best regards,
> Martin Bach
> Martin Bach Consulting