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OEM in a ServiceGuard environment...

Rob van Buiten
Regular Advisor

OEM in a ServiceGuard environment...

Hi All,

We have a cluster with 2 physical nodes. We have 1 operational database.

We have a failoverpackage called EXPPRD from where the database-environment will be switched from one node to another when failover. We refer only to EXPPRD

Everything works fine except the OEM manager with it's backup mechanism!
When I discover node with EXPPRD it comes with "Discovery failed: VNI-4009: Cannot contact agent on the node"
In our opinion EXPPRD must be available within OEM.(sometimes pointing to our primary node and after faillover to our secondary node)
How can we solve this?

Thanks,
Ron Sahertian
4 REPLIES
Gary L. Paveza, Jr.
Trusted Contributor

Re: OEM in a ServiceGuard environment...

IS OEM pointing to the relocatable hostname (or IP address) or is it configured to point ot the hostname (or IP) of the physical nodes where the packages reside?
Duncan Edmonstone
Honored Contributor

Re: OEM in a ServiceGuard environment...

Ron,

Doesn't OEM use the Oracle Intelligent Agent to communicate with the database? The agent has to be specially configured in a cluster. If you have access to metalink, see Oracle Doc ID 189401.1

HTH

Duncan

HTH

Duncan
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: OEM in a ServiceGuard environment...

Is OEM covered in the configuration for the EXPPRD package failover. If not, you may need to go through the configuration file and make sure OEM is restarted on the failover node.

Sounds like a user configuration issue.

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Rob van Buiten
Regular Advisor

Re: OEM in a ServiceGuard environment...

Hi Gary,

I think you mean EXPPRD instead of OEM??

Thanks,
Ron