Re: EM database control question
Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2012 12:58:41 -0900
Thanks for the quick responses!
I guess it was just wishful thinking that if the databases were all on the same machine I could use just one port. I'm sure that was possible with Oracle 10.1, but now we're on 11g and things have changed a lot.
...adding Grid Control to my list of things to do....
Radoulov, Dimitre wrote:
> On 07/02/2012 22:24, Maureen English wrote:
>> Isn't there a way to have just one instance of EM database control >> running on a >> machine, using port 1158, but then be able to monitor any database >> from that one >> instance? >>
> The official documentation states the following::
> OracleŽ Enterprise Manager Concepts
> 11g Release 220.127.116.11
> 6 Database Management
> Database Control Versus Grid Control
> Enterprise Manager provides two separate consoles that you can use to
> monitor your database: Database Control and Grid Control.
> Database Control is the Enterprise Manager Web-based application for
> managing Oracle Database 11g Release 1 (11.1) and later. Database
> Control is installed and available with every Oracle Database 11g
> installation. From Database Control, you can monitor and administer a
> single Oracle Database instance or a clustered database.
> Grid Control is the Enterprise Manager console you use to centrally
> manage your entire Oracle environment. Within Grid Control, you access
> the multiple database targets using the Targets tab, then Databases.
Received on Tue Feb 07 2012 - 15:58:41 CST