Re: Enterprise manager with 11g?

From: Pedro Lopes <>
Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2008 22:21:46 +0000
Message-ID: <newscache$xcf7yj$zcg$>

gnewsgroup wrote:
> On Mar 23, 1:23 am, gnewsgroup <> wrote:

>> On Mar 23, 1:13 am, gnewsgroup <> wrote:
>>> On Mar 22, 11:53 pm, "Ana C. Dent" <> wrote:
>>>> gnewsgroup <> wrote in news:1c208d01-2095-4df1-98d7-
>>>>> Does Oracle 11g come with the 10g-like enterprise manager?  I cannot
>>>>> find it, and I cannot check outhttp://localhost:5500/emor
>>>>> Any idea?  Thanks.
>>>> cat /home/oracle/product/11.1.0/db_1/install/portlist.ini
>>>> Ultra Search HTTP port number =5620
>>>> Enterprise Manager Console HTTP Port (orcl) = 1158
>>>> Enterprise Manager Agent Port (orcl) = 3938
>>> Yes, thank you. I also found this portlist.ini file and see that it is
>>> actually port number 1158.  BTW, mine is on WinXp pro with SP2.
>>> I think that the oracle db console service is for this enterprise
>>> manager, right?  I have difficulty turning on this service. Click on
>>> the following link to see the problem:
>> As a follow-up, I checked the Event Viewer, and I see this:
>> The description for Event ID ( 12 ) in Source ( Oracle.oracle11g )
>> cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary
>> registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a
>> remote computer. You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to
>> retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details. The
>> following information is part of the event: oracle11g.
>> But, not sure what it means and where I use that /AUXSOURCE=flag
>> stuff.

> Somehow, this oracledbconsoleoracle11g service gets started, at least
> the services window shows that its status is "started".
> I then tried to check out http://localhost:1158/em, but guess what,
> only get this a few un-readable characters. See below for the screen
> shot.
> I viewed the html source. It turns out that there those messy
> characters are all there is in the source, not a single html tag is
> there.

Hi saw this before.. but I typed https:// instead of http:// by mistake. Check that.. or your browser settings.

pedro Received on Sun Mar 23 2008 - 17:21:46 CDT

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