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  • Oracle® Enterprise Manager Oracle Exadata Database Machine Getting Started Guide

    13c Release 3 F19101-02 February 2020

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Oracle Exadata Database Machine Getting Started Guide, 13c Release 3

    F19101-02

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  • Contents

    Preface Audience viii

    Documentation Accessibility viii

    Conventions viii

    What's Changed ix

    What's New Supported Hardware and Software Configurations x

    Features and Enhancements for Oracle Exadata Plug-in x

    1 Introduction to the Plug-in Oracle Exadata Plug-in Features 1-1

    Monitoring and Notification Features 1-1

    Hardware Support Features 1-2

    Target Discovery Features 1-3

    Exadata Storage Server Grid Home Page and Server Home Page Features 1-3

    Exadata Performance Page Features 1-4

    Exadata Metrics Features 1-4

    Oracle Exadata Database Machine Supported Hardware and Software 1-4

    Exadata Database Machine Configuration Support 1-4

    Exadata Hardware and Software Support 1-5

    Multi-Rack Support 1-5

    Partitioned Support 1-5

    Oracle SuperCluster Support 1-6

    Oracle SuperCluster Known Issues 1-6

    Supported Component Versions 1-10

    Supported Operating Systems 1-10

    Oracle Exadata Database Machine Hardware Not Supported 1-10

    iii

  • 2 Prerequisites Create a Database Server ILOM Service Processor User 2-1

    Create an ExaCLI User 2-2

    Create SNMPv3 Users 2-2

    Create SNMPv3 Users on Compute Nodes and Storage Servers 2-2

    Create Individual SNMPv3 Users on Exadata 19.3 and Above 2-3

    Create All SNMPv3 Users on Exadata 19.2. and Below 2-3

    Create SNMPv3 Users on Cisco Ethernet Switches 2-3

    Create an SNMPv3 User in IB Switches 2-4

    Enable SNMPv3 on PDUs 2-4

    Create an SNMPv3 user on PDUs 2-4

    Verify Software Versions 2-5

    Exadata Storage Server Software 2-5

    InfiniBand Switch 2-5

    PDU Firmware 2-6

    Grid Infrastructure/DB Cluster 2-6

    Verify Names Resolution 2-6

    Verify Firewall Configuration 2-6

    Enable Support for IPv6 Environments 2-8

    Oracle SuperCluster Prerequisites 2-9

    User Roles 2-9

    Install Oracle Management Agent 2-9

    Manually Deploy Exadata and Related Plug-ins 2-10

    3 Exadata Database Machine Discovery Discovering an Exadata Database Machine 3-1

    Fresh Discovery of Exadata Database Machine Target 3-1

    Discovering the Oracle Virtual Platform 3-1

    Discovering the Oracle Exadata Database Machine 3-3

    Fresh Discovery of Exadata Database Machine on Supercluster Systems 3-12

    Convert Database Machine Targets with 12c Target Types to 13c 3-12

    Discover Oracle SuperCluster as an Exadata Database Machine 3-17

    Discovering Grid Infrastructure and RAC 3-18

    Switch from Using CellCLI to ExaCLI after Storage Server Locked Down 3-18

    4 Post-Discovery Configuration and Verification Verify SNMP Subscription of the Oracle Management Agent to Exadata Storage Server 4-1

    Using the ALTER CELL Command 4-2

    iv

  • Check Current SNMP Configuration 4-2

    Configure SNMP Values Using cellcli 4-3

    Configure SNMP Values Using dcli (optional) 4-5

    Verify SSH Connectivity 4-5

    Remove a Subscription 4-5

    Configure and Verify SNMP for InfiniBand Switch Targets 4-6

    Configure the Compute Node ILOM SNMP for Enterprise Manager Monitoring 4-7

    Configure the Compute Node ILOM SNMP for Compute Nodes Running Management Server 4-10

    Configure SNMP Values Using dbmcli 4-10

    Configure SNMP for Oracle SuperCluster (If root is not used for discovery) 4-10

    Set Up SNMP for Cisco Ethernet Switch Targets 4-11

    Verify the Cisco Ethernet Switch SNMP Configuration 4-12

    Set Up SNMP for Power Distribution Unit (PDU) Targets 4-12

    Verify the PDU SNMP Configuration 4-13

    Accessing Oracle Support Workbench for Exadata Storage Server 4-13

    Oracle Exadata Database Machine Dashboard Creation 4-15

    Exadata Database Machine Dashboard Creation 4-15

    How to Make the Report "Public" 4-16

    Find All Database Machine Reports 4-16

    5 Oracle Exadata Database Machine Administration Creating Roles to Manage the Plug-in 5-1

    View Exadata Database Machine Topology 5-2

    Drilling Down to Individual Targets 5-3

    Viewing Critical Hardware Information for the Database Machine 5-4

    Viewing DB Machine Alerts 5-4

    Viewing Metrics 5-4

    Adding Exadata Components Manually 5-5

    Removing an Exadata Database Machine Target 5-5

    Deleting a Component of a Database Machine Target 5-6

    Updating the Exadata Database Machine Schematic Diagram 5-7

    Drop a Component from the Exadata Database Machine Schematic Diagram 5-7

    Add Components to the Exadata Database Machine Schematic Diagram 5-8

    Exadata Storage Server Metrics and Alert Settings 5-10

    Exadata Storage Server Management 5-10

    About Exadata Storage Server 5-11

    Viewing an Exadata Storage Server Configuration 5-11

    Performing Administration Tasks on Exadata Storage Servers 5-12

    Managing the I/O Resource 5-13

    v

  • Add/Update IORM Configuration 5-13

    The Inter-Database Plan 5-15

    Diagnosing Exadata Storage Server Alerts 5-16

    Managing the InfiniBand Network 5-16

    InfiniBand Metrics 5-17

    Aggregate Sensor 5-17

    Response 5-17

    Switch Configuration 5-17

    Performing Administration Tasks on Infiniband Networks 5-17

    Setting Up Alerts 5-18

    Flash Cache Resource Monitoring 5-19

    Exadata Database Machine Fault Monitoring 5-21

    Monitoring Exadata Database Machine Components 5-22

    Exad

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