Re: Monitoring Hosts in Cloud Control 12C

From: Kellyn Pot'vin <>
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2012 11:38:55 -0700 (PDT)
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I have the same as Pete mentioned and for the latter, same goes for a cluster db and Exadata-  It is looking for the Diagnostic Pack. Thank you,
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 From: Peter Sharman <> To:; Cc: Peter Sharman <> Sent: Tuesday, August 7, 2012 12:02 PM
Subject: RE: Monitoring Hosts in Cloud Control 12C  


Licensing is always fun to try and understand, so I tend to steer clear of it as much as possible - it's all free to me.  :)

Answers to your specific questions here though:

For the host target, status history page, management packs for this page shows WLS Management Pack EE. For a database target, status history page, management packs for this page shows Database Diagnostics Pack.


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-----Original Message-----

From: MacGregor, Ian A. [] Sent: Wednesday, 8 August 2012 2:37 AM
Subject: RE: Monitoring Hosts in Cloud Control 12C

Thanks, for the help.  I know how difficult it can be when you don't have a system handy.

FYI, there is no host management pack.  Also in previous releases you did not have to have either  the database diagnostics nor the  tuning pack to see the time-period host performance graphs nor  to schedule host blackouts.

However, your idea about listing the management pack for a page  a very food one.  Would someone do the following in a 12C environment

targets ---> hosts ---> <choose a database host> ---> host ---> monitoring  ---> status history

While that page displays  go to

setup ----> management packs -----> packs for this page

and tell me  what it says.  Especially if it says no packs are necessary or words to that effect.

Also if someone could do the same, but for a database target.  I can do the latter, but it tells me the Diagnostics pack is needed.  I thought status was part of the basic  EM/GC  package.  Do you see the same or a message to the effect that no database packs are needed 

From: Job Miller [] Sent: Monday, August 06, 2012 4:16 PM
To: MacGregor, Ian A.
Subject: Re: Monitoring Hosts in Cloud Control 12C


Host CPU historical data and essentially the capabilities of the "host management pack" was something that was included with DB Diagnostics pack for the host that the DB lived on.


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