Tag: Oracle

OEM 13c Monitoring Features – Part 3, Reports Based on Metric Data

This is the third in a series of blog posts covering the most important topics you should know to completely monitor your IT infrastructure with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c. The previous posts covered how to set up basic…

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OEM 13c Monitoring Features – Part 2, Extended Metrics

This is the second in a series of blog posts covering the most important topics you should know to completely monitor your IT infrastructure with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c. In the previous post, Part 1, we covered how…

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OEM 13c Monitoring Features – Part 1

This is the first in a series of blog posts covering the most important topics you should know to completely monitor your IT infrastructure with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c.   Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) offers solid monitoring capabilities…

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How to Automate Killing Inactive Sessions with Resource Manager

Are you manually (or via a script) killing idle sessions on your database? As a consequence, your users are getting error “ORA-00028: your session has been killed” and probably getting angry at you. What about doing it automatically, in a…

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How To Downgrade Grid 19c Clusterware to 12.1

There may be many reasons for downgrading from Grid 19c to 12.1; however, the reason I am downgrading is to rerun a test requested by Oracle support from the 12.1 clusterware. Here are the steps performed. ### Check cluster: oracle@ol7-121-rac2…

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Mining GoldenGate Error Logs for Consumption Rates of Trail Files

After resolving Oracle GoldenGate issues, a question typically asked is, “When will the process catch up?” The usual method to find out is to use the lag command; however, I was more interested to see the rate of the trail…

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Mining Autoupgrade Results

We wanted to define a consistent process for upgrading databases using an autoupgrade method for single instance databases: Create directory for autoupgrade/log: $ORACLE_BASE/admin/$ORACLE_UNQNAME/autoupgrade/log, where $ORACLE_UNQNAME=db_unique_name Create upgrade.config as shown: $ORACLE_BASE/admin/$ORACLE_UNQNAME/${ORACLE_UNQNAME}_upgrade.config global.autoupg_log_dir=$ORACLE_BASE/admin/$ORACLE_UNQNAME/autoupgrade/log upg1.log_dir=$ORACLE_BASE/admin/$ORACLE_UNQNAME/autoupgrade/log upg1.dbname=$ORACLE_UNQNAME upg1.sid=$ORACLE_SID upg1.start_time=NOW upg1.source_home=/oracle/app/product/11.2/dbhome_1 upg1.target_home=/oracle/app/product/12.2/dbhome_1 upg1.upgrade_node=localhost upg1.target_version=12.2 upg1.timezone_upg=no…

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Do Not Mix Different Patch Types

I was preparing to apply a July 2019 path for a single instance database without ASM. Here are the available patch types for Oracle Database: PSU, SPU(CPU), Bundle Patches (Versions 12.1 & lower) via Doc ID 2118136.2 Review current patch…

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How To Resolve Database Software Install To Incorrect Location

We were recently required to install database software to /u01/app/oracle/12.2/db1. However, when using GUI to install database, software was installed to /u01/app/oracle/12.2.0.1/db1 by mistake. This post will demonstrate an incorrect method to resolve the issue, and then the correct method….

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How reliable is autoupgrade.jar analyze mode?

According to the Oracle documentation About Oracle Database AutoUpgrade, AutoUpgrade utility identifies issues before upgrades, deploys upgrades, performs postupgrade actions, and starts the upgraded Oracle Database. I am currently working on a project to upgrade a database from 11.2.0.4 to…

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