RE: Job Scheduling Tool

Don,

I agree with Joe & Raj.  We use cron.  We have OEM and are exploring using
it for "fixit" jobs.  We also use Maestro for NT systems - only because we
don't have "privs" to run 'AT' on those boxes.

Tom Mercadante
Oracle Certified Professional


-----Original Message-----
From: Freeman, Donald [mailto:dofreeman@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2004 9:32 AM
To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Job Scheduling Tool


We have been using the Oracle OEM to schedule our critical nightly =
warehouse ETL and have been hit with bug 3092358 in which the Oracle = agent
intermittently hangs stopping the process. The fix is scheduled to = be
released in the 9.2.0.6 patch in September. =20

We want to replace the OEM job scheduler with a better one.  We have = been
looking at the Embarcadero job scheduler which seems moderately = priced,
gives a lot more flexibility in creating dependecies between = jobs, and
provides a failover capability. I have also contacted BMC for = info.=20

What are other members of the list using and would recommend?
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