Oracle Management Instance
This topic provides information about configuring the Oracle Database Instance by using Central Monitoring Administration.
On the Add Monitor Types dialog, with the Monitoring Profile set to Oracle Database, and the Monitor Type set to Oracle Management Instance, provide the following details:
|MGMTDB Instance Information|
|MGMTDB Instance Home|
Specify the MGMTDB home.
|MGMTDB Instance Monitoring Account Credentials|
|User Name||Specify the MGMTD instance monitoring user name.|
Specify the MGMTD instance monitoring password.
|Confirm Password||Re-type the MGMTD instance monitoring password.|
|MGMTDB Debug Option|
MGMTDB Debug Option
Select this check-box to enable MGMTDB global debug.
Oracle MGMTDB Alert Log Filters
|Exclude error log strings||Specify the list of strings that you want to exclude from the monitoring. Use comma (,) only to separate the error log strings.|
|Include error log strings||Specify the list of strings that you want to include in the monitoring. Use comma (,) only to separate the error log strings.|
- The user in configuration need to be able to connect using sqlplus into management instance and need to have the privilege to query
dba_free_space, dba_data_files and v$diag_info tables and view.
- By default only the status will be active. In order to monitor the alert logs and the tablespaces you need to use KM command or CMA.
- On windows you have to add pconfig entry "/OracleConfig.GridHome" with the full path to the GRID HOME.