Friday, March 26, 2010
If you are in the New York area, join Oracle President Charles Phillips and Oracle Senior Vice President Richard Sarwal for the launch of Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g. You can register here: http://bit.ly/bqUskZ
It's also possible to show your interest or even if your attending at this LinkedIn event. http://events.linkedin.com/Oracle-Enterprise-Manager-11g-Launch-New/pub/258070
If you're not able to attende the Live event, don't worry about that, we will be live broadcasting it. You can register for that live webcast from this page: http://bit.ly/9Qnh5f
- The Oracle Enterprise Manager team
Thursday, March 18, 2010
"The North American Daylight Saving Time (DST) switch happened on the 14th of March. Since then our Enterprise Manager scheduled RMAN backups are running 1 hour later than ususal - essentially they haven't taken notice of the DST switch. We have Oracle 10.2.0.4 on Solaris 10. We use individual Enterprise Manager dbconsoles for each database. My timezone version is 4. Newfoundland Canada, standard GMT offset of -03:30, DST offset of -02:30. Dbtimezone from dual is -02:30 (this is correct). The agentTZRegion from the emd.properties file (for the specific instance of dbconsole, not the global emd.properties file) is Canada/Newfoundland which is correct. But the RMAN jobs in OEM are still showing a GMT offset of -03:30 hours (explaining the 1 hour offset when they run). These are my two questions/issues:
1. Shouldn't that offset have auto-corrected to -02:30 when DST occurred?
2. I can't change the jobs to have an -02:30 GMT offset because that option doesn't exist in my Time Zone drop down list when trying to schedule an RMAN backup via OEM. Is there an additional patch I need to apply?"
Mate, did you search in Metalink for this issue? I found a note that explains your particular case perfectly:
Jobs In Dbconsole Shows One Hour Difference After Dst Patch Is Applied [ID 749147.1]
The reason is simple - your JDK and JRE was not made DST compliant. Simply follow the
instructions in Note:553534.1
The issue has nothing to do with Enterprise Manager 10g or its jobs system which is quite good, and better in Enterprise Manager 11g. Certainly better than crontab jobs that we DBAs have been doing for years. And who wants to use a crontab when we have a central Grid Control job system controlling multiple unix servers?
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
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Saturday, March 6, 2010
I read the briefing on OTN hope I buy the book and will see how it can help.
Between Grid, cloud and RAC the concept is still a bit cloudy.
Congratulation for this achievement & Thanks for telling. I will wait for
this to be available in market.
Porus, Its great to know that finally some one wrote a very valuable book
for all of us. But I would strongly recommend if you could add additionally
topics related to setting Events, alerts, strategies used in practical
production environments and also customizing the reports, Dashboards and adding
additional few steps to add layer of analytical queries (using the Metadata) to
create ITIL based reporting using various Mgmt repository tables. That way not
only DBA's can use GRID but it can help the Upper Management as well.
Thanks guys. Great to know that you appreciate the book. Yes, definitely I have some ITIL content with customization of a few reports. I am not concentrating on events and alerts, I think every other book does that - they look at the "monitoring" aspects of Grid Control and seem to forget the "management" aspects. For eg. Service level management.
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