RE: Oracle Enterprise Manager and the 4K block size


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From: John Hallas
Sent: 09 August 2010 20:48
To: 'niall.litchfield@xxxxxxxxx'; jkstill@xxxxxxxxx
Cc: Ram Srinivasan; oracle-l
Subject: RE: Oracle Enterprise Manager and the 4K block size

I feel your pain Niall, especially the last sentence regarding clearing alerts 
when the problem had gone away. When I asked an Oracle OEM expert why they did 
not have an easy mechanism to clear unwanted alerts I was told it was because 
Oracle manages them itself.

We are rolling out the latest and greatest but have not had to move to 11gEM 
yet (we were advised not to go there for a while). I think many of our problems 
are because

a)       We use HPUX which is not widely used for OEM
b)       We have the temerity to run OMS and database on the same server

Yes, I know all of the above are fully supported combinations but Oracle seem 
to feel it is a stick to beat us with.

I am certain that we have raised more OEM SRs in the last year than the total 
of core database (not application issues) for the whole estate over the same 
period.

I have so many gripes about OEM that it is not true

John

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From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Niall Litchfield
Sent: 09 August 2010 13:09
To: jkstill@xxxxxxxxx
Cc: Ram Srinivasan; oracle-l
Subject: Re: Oracle Enterprise Manager and the 4K block size


I'm also expecting to end up raising some SRs about clearing Alerts when the 
underlying problem has gone away.

--
Niall Litchfield
Oracle DBA
http://www.orawin.info

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