Configuring Oracle VM Manager

This topic provides information about configuring the Oracle VM Manager by using the TrueSight or the Central Monitoring Administration console. You can configure Oracle VM Managers and monitor the discovered repositories, Oracle VM Servers and VMs. 

On the Monitor Configuration page, click Add to add a new monitor configuration, or select an existing monitor configuration and click Edit to update it.

Set the following preferences on the Add Monitoring Configuration dialog.

Monitoring SolutionVersionMonitor ProfileMonitor Type
Solaris1.0.00Oracle VM ManagerOracle VM Managers

Click Add to configure a new Oracle VM Manager for monitoring. 

FieldDescription
Oracle VM Manager Monitoring Configuration
JAVA_HOME

By default, the KM uses JAVA Runtime Environment (JRE) that is installed with the PATROL Agent. To use your own JRE that is installed in a different location, specify the path for the JAVA home directory.

For example, if your JAVA executable exists in the /usr/java/jdk1.8.0_92/jre/bin/java path, specify /usr/java/jdk1.8.0_92/jre as the value of this field.

Oracle VM Manager Details
Oracle VM Manager Host NameEnter the host name or the IP address of the Oracle VM Manager.
Port NumberEnter the port number. The default port number is 7002.
Enable Instance to Device Conversion

Select/clear this check box to enable/disable device conversion. Enabling this option consolidates Solaris monitoring at device level.

By default, this option is enabled (check box is selected).

Connection Configuration
User NameEnter the username.
PasswordEnter the password.
Filter Configuration
Server Filter Configuration
Exclude HostsEnter the host name or a regular expression to exclude the Oracle VM Servers from monitoring.
Include HostsEnter the host name or a regular expression to include the Oracle VM Servers for monitoring. By default, all the Oracle VM Servers are added for monitoring.
VM Filter Configuration
Exclude HostsEnter the VM name or a regular expression to exclude the virtual machines from monitoring.
Include HostsEnter the VM name or a regular expression to include the virtual machines for monitoring. By default, all the virtual machines are added for monitoring.
Exclude VM Templates from monitoringClear this check box if you want to include Oracle VM Templates for monitoring. By default, all the templates are excluded from monitoring (check box is selected).
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