RE: Oracle Enterprise Manager and the 4K block size

Hi Niall,

>> As it happens I'm in the middle - well near the end actually 
>> - of a Grid Control installation for a company that has 
>> invested quite heavily in the Oracle product stack....

<SNIP Gory Details>

So, summing up, is it (EM/GC) *really* fit for purpose yet?

I'm a bit behind the times as I'm still looking after 734 and 9.2.x
systems with a small smattering of 10.2.x on top, but plans are afoot to
migrate everything (hooray) to 11g "some time real soon". 

I've also tended to avoid EM for many years - basically since they
switched from a half decent (C?) implementation to Java. I'm wondering
if I should try using it again yet?


Cheers,
Norman.

Norman Dunbar
Contract Senior Oracle DBA
Capgemini Database Team (EA)
Internal : 7 28 2051
External : 0113 231 2051



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