Re: Different Day/Night Thresholds in EM12c?

From: Nathan Owen <>
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2014 09:58:10 -0400
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Interesting problem — one that I’d expect there might be a universal need for.

As far as we can tell, there is no native EM12c UI-based facility for achieving what you are looking in any simple manner.

It is possible to do this externally using EMCLI and the modify_threshold verb. You could write a cron based script that sweeps through and changes all the thresholds at your required time intervals.

If there is a lot of interest in this kind of functionality might be a good candidate for Blue Medora’s next free EM12c plugin — lets call it the ‘EM12c Plugin for Threshold Maintenance'. We are wrapping up development of a free EM12c PostgreSQL plugin this month and are actively brainstorming on our next potential plugin contribution to the community.

Thanks, Nathan

Nathan Owen | Blue Medora | +1.616.719.4550 (w) | |

On Apr 8, 2014, at 1:57 PM, Don Seiler <> wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm looking to have different thresholds for certain metrics depending on day/night (or peak/off-peak) hours in EM12c ( I'm not having any luck clicking around the UI or googling for how this can be done within the EM12c UI framework. Is anyone doing anything like this?
> An example is that the Average Active Sessions critical threshold can be 120 during the day, but overnight we're OK with it going up to 300.
> Don.
> PS - For those on the OTN forums, I've posted the same question there: I'll be sure to update both this list and that post with any solution.
> --
> Don Seiler

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