RE: OEM

Yes, in OEM you can create a user-defined SQL test.  Yes, it monitors disk
space, node up/down, CPU utilization, etc.
I currently have OEM monitoring 8 servers and about 15 databases.  Some
problems I've encountered are hanging Intelligent Agents- have to restart
them and then they send tons of queued alerts at once.  Also, some
difficulty with sending alerts to pagers and cell phones (email works fine
though).  When it works properly, it's a nifty tool that can save you time
developing your own tools.  However, given the problems I've had so far, I
use redundant monitoring scripts for disk space and other vital stats.

If you've paid for Enterprise Edition, it may be worth experimenting with to
see if it works in your environment.


Best regards,

David B. Wagoner
Database Administrator
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-----Original Message-----
From: jroa@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jroa@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2004 9:48 AM
To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: OEM


Can you create custom alerts in OEM?
Can you monitor OS/hardware features on OEM(like disk space?

Thanks.
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