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Problem Start OEM on HP-UX 11i RAC enviroment

Problem Start OEM on HP-UX 11i RAC enviroment

Which are the steps to start a oem console?
I tried to start agentctl then gsdctl and finally oemctl.Both agent and gsd start normally but them the oem cannot start.
I would like to start oem on the HP-UX so I can connect from a Windows Oracle client.

Thanks in advance for your interest.

Dionisis Athanitis
4 REPLIES
Yogeeraj_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Problem Start OEM on HP-UX 11i RAC enviroment

hi,

please check the following metalink notes:
a. How to Configure EM with 9i Real Application Clusters (RAC)
Note Doc ID: 158295.1


b. Automatic Startup of the Intelligent Agent Fails in RAC Environment
Note Doc ID: 223554.1

hope this helps!
regards
Yogeeraj
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: Problem Start OEM on HP-UX 11i RAC enviroment

Please post the steps you are using to start RAC.

ps -ef | grep rac-user

what processes are open for the user that owns the RAC binaries if user is rac-user.

What command line are you using to start the oem console?

right after try this:

rc=$?
echo "return code: $rc"

0 is good anything else is failure. There are log files that should be of assistance.

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ericfjchen
Regular Advisor

Re: Problem Start OEM on HP-UX 11i RAC enviroment

Hi,

Do both 2 nodes' $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin indicate the same place? If yes, you should seperate them for each different directory.

Rgds,

Eric
Augusto Castro
Occasional Advisor

Re: Problem Start OEM on HP-UX 11i RAC enviroment

I would not be running the OMS portion and the repository inside the cluster. You can set up another server on Windows or HP-UX to perfom the OMS duties.

If you separete the components, then the first thing you need to start is the GSD. This will allow you to execute commands such as srvctl to start instances.

I would then start the instances and the listeners.

Then I would start the intelligent agent.
ORACLE> agentctl start

I have switch to Oracle Grid Control 10.1.0.3 which gives you more out of the box features. The commands are changed in the new version. You will need to use somthing like this to start the agents in the future:
emctl start agent