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How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?

  1. Re: How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?

    On 4 Jul, 13:26, "Malone" wrote:
    > Ok
    >
    > First, I apologize for not opening new post.
    >
    > Well here is the deal.
    >
    > I run Oracle 10g release 2 on centOS 4 and I dont know how to start Oracle
    > Enterprise Manager
    >
    > Can someone please explain me (and the others like me), step by step if
    > possible, how to do it ?
    >
    > BIG THANKS !
    >
    > Malone ;)


    No need to apologise. In your other thread, I was merely trying to
    explain what "top-posting" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
    Posting_style#Top-posting) is. In this newsgroup, most people prefer
    you to put your reply underneath the text that you are replying to,
    like I am doing here :)

    Anyway, to access Enterprise Manager, log in to centOS as the user
    "oracle". Use "oraenv" to correctly set your environment. For
    example:

    [gazzag@ ~]$ su - oracle
    Password:
    [oracle@ ~]$ . oraenv
    ORACLE_SID = [oracle] ? DB1

    Then run ${ORACLE_HOME}/bin/emctl as follows:

    [oracle@servername5 ~]$ emctl start dbconsole

    TZ set to GB-Eire
    Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Database Control Release 10.2.0.1.0
    Copyright (c) 1996, 2005 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
    http://:1158/em/console/aboutApplication
    Starting Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Database
    Control ...................... started.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------
    Logs are generated in directory /app/oracle/product/10.2.0/db_1/
    _DBMON/sysman/log

    Open a browser and browse to http://:1158/em

    If the above fails, copy and paste the *exact* errors here for further
    help.

    HTH

    -g


  2. How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?

    Ok

    First, I apologize for not opening new post.

    Well here is the deal.

    I run Oracle 10g release 2 on centOS 4 and I dont know how to start Oracle
    Enterprise Manager

    Can someone please explain me (and the others like me), step by step if
    possible, how to do it ?

    BIG THANKS !

    Malone ;)




  3. Re: How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?

    On 4 Jul, 14:17, "Malone" wrote:
    > Thanks my friend !
    >
    > I dont get ORACLE_SID = [oracle] ?
    >
    > I get something like this:
    >
    > ORACLE_SID = [1X10] ?
    >
    > and than, when I enter "oracle" i get:
    >
    > ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?
    >
    > Do you know what is the problem ?- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    The oraenv utility will default to the user that you're currently
    logged in as. For example:

    [garethg@ACBristol105 ~]$ whoami
    gazzag
    [gazzag@ ~]$ . oraenv
    ORACLE_SID = [gazzag] ?
    ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?
    [gazzag@servername ~]$ su - oracle
    Password:
    [oracle@servername ~]$ . oraenv
    ORACLE_SID = [oracle] ?
    ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?
    [oracle@servername ~]$

    It would appear that you're logged in as a user called 1X10.

    What output do the following commands give you?

    $ whoami

    $ cat /etc/oratab

    Paste the results here for more help.

    -g


  4. Re: How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?

    On 4 Jul, 14:51, "Malone" wrote:
    > Thanks ! ;)
    >
    > Well, here are the results:
    >
    > [oracle@localhost ~]$ whoami
    > oracle
    > [oracle@localhost ~]$ . oraenv
    > ORACLE_SID = [lx10] ?
    > ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?
    >
    > Strange because result on command . oraenv should be ORACLE_SID = [oracle]
    > ? Right ?
    >
    > [oracle@localhost ~]$ cat /etc/oratab
    > lx10: /oracle/10g:N
    > lx10: /oracle/10g:N
    > lx10: /oracle/10g:N- Hide quoted text -
    >


    Sorry, I misunderstood. It appears that your database name is lx10
    and that your ORACLE_SID is set correctly - that's why oraenv defaults
    to lx10.

    So, what does the following command give?

    $ ps -eaf |grep pmon

    -g


  5. Re: How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?


    "gazzag" wrote in message
    news:1183550893.038541.116780@k79g2000hse.googlegroups.com...
    > On 4 Jul, 13:26, "Malone" wrote:
    >> Ok
    >>
    >> First, I apologize for not opening new post.
    >>
    >> Well here is the deal.
    >>
    >> I run Oracle 10g release 2 on centOS 4 and I dont know how to start
    >> Oracle
    >> Enterprise Manager
    >>
    >> Can someone please explain me (and the others like me), step by step if
    >> possible, how to do it ?
    >>
    >> BIG THANKS !
    >>
    >> Malone ;)

    >
    > No need to apologise. In your other thread, I was merely trying to
    > explain what "top-posting" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
    > Posting_style#Top-posting) is. In this newsgroup, most people prefer
    > you to put your reply underneath the text that you are replying to,
    > like I am doing here :)
    >
    > Anyway, to access Enterprise Manager, log in to centOS as the user
    > "oracle". Use "oraenv" to correctly set your environment. For
    > example:
    >
    > [gazzag@ ~]$ su - oracle
    > Password:
    > [oracle@ ~]$ . oraenv
    > ORACLE_SID = [oracle] ? DB1
    >
    > Then run ${ORACLE_HOME}/bin/emctl as follows:
    >
    > [oracle@servername5 ~]$ emctl start dbconsole
    >
    > TZ set to GB-Eire
    > Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Database Control Release 10.2.0.1.0
    > Copyright (c) 1996, 2005 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
    > http://:1158/em/console/aboutApplication
    > Starting Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Database
    > Control ...................... started.
    > ------------------------------------------------------------------
    > Logs are generated in directory /app/oracle/product/10.2.0/db_1/
    > _DBMON/sysman/log
    >
    > Open a browser and browse to http://:1158/em
    >
    > If the above fails, copy and paste the *exact* errors here for further
    > help.
    >
    > HTH
    >
    > -g
    >


    Thanks my friend !

    I dont get ORACLE_SID = [oracle] ?

    I get something like this:

    ORACLE_SID = [1X10] ?

    and than, when I enter "oracle" i get:

    ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?


    Do you know what is the problem ?



  6. Re: How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?


    "gazzag" wrote in message
    news:1183552664.238123.205540@g4g2000hsf.googlegroups.com...
    > On 4 Jul, 14:17, "Malone" wrote:
    >> Thanks my friend !
    >>
    >> I dont get ORACLE_SID = [oracle] ?
    >>
    >> I get something like this:
    >>
    >> ORACLE_SID = [1X10] ?
    >>
    >> and than, when I enter "oracle" i get:
    >>
    >> ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?
    >>
    >> Do you know what is the problem ?- Hide quoted text -
    >>
    >> - Show quoted text -

    >
    > The oraenv utility will default to the user that you're currently
    > logged in as. For example:
    >
    > [garethg@ACBristol105 ~]$ whoami
    > gazzag
    > [gazzag@ ~]$ . oraenv
    > ORACLE_SID = [gazzag] ?
    > ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?
    > [gazzag@servername ~]$ su - oracle
    > Password:
    > [oracle@servername ~]$ . oraenv
    > ORACLE_SID = [oracle] ?
    > ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?
    > [oracle@servername ~]$
    >
    > It would appear that you're logged in as a user called 1X10.
    >
    > What output do the following commands give you?
    >
    > $ whoami
    >
    > $ cat /etc/oratab
    >
    > Paste the results here for more help.
    >
    > -g
    >


    Thanks ! ;)

    Well, here are the results:

    [oracle@localhost ~]$ whoami
    oracle
    [oracle@localhost ~]$ . oraenv
    ORACLE_SID = [lx10] ?
    ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?

    Strange because result on command . oraenv should be ORACLE_SID = [oracle]
    ? Right ?


    [oracle@localhost ~]$ cat /etc/oratab
    lx10: /oracle/10g:N
    lx10: /oracle/10g:N
    lx10: /oracle/10g:N



  7. Re: How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?

    On 4 Jul, 15:21, "Malone" wrote:
    > Ok, here it is:
    >
    > oracle 7110 1 0 10:45? 00:00:01 ora_pmon_lx10
    > oracle 12048 11892 0 15:19 pts/2 00:00:00 grep pmon- Hide quoted text -


    OK, so we've established two things:

    1. Your database is called lx10
    2. It is open :)

    So, now try this to see if the Enterprise Manager Console is running:

    $ emctl status dbconsole

    Again, please post the output here:

    HTH

    -g


  8. Re: How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?


    "gazzag" wrote in message
    news:1183554932.583898.141250@n60g2000hse.googlegroups.com...
    > On 4 Jul, 14:51, "Malone" wrote:
    >> Thanks ! ;)
    >>
    >> Well, here are the results:
    >>
    >> [oracle@localhost ~]$ whoami
    >> oracle
    >> [oracle@localhost ~]$ . oraenv
    >> ORACLE_SID = [lx10] ?
    >> ORACLE_HOME = [/home/oracle] ?
    >>
    >> Strange because result on command . oraenv should be ORACLE_SID =
    >> [oracle]
    >> ? Right ?
    >>
    >> [oracle@localhost ~]$ cat /etc/oratab
    >> lx10: /oracle/10g:N
    >> lx10: /oracle/10g:N
    >> lx10: /oracle/10g:N- Hide quoted text -
    >>

    >
    > Sorry, I misunderstood. It appears that your database name is lx10
    > and that your ORACLE_SID is set correctly - that's why oraenv defaults
    > to lx10.
    >
    > So, what does the following command give?
    >
    > $ ps -eaf |grep pmon
    >
    > -g
    >


    Ok, here it is:

    oracle 7110 1 0 10:45? 00:00:01 ora_pmon_lx10
    oracle 12048 11892 0 15:19 pts/2 00:00:00 grep pmon



  9. Re: How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?

    On 4 Jul, 16:22, "Malone" wrote:
    > We have some progress ! ;)
    >
    > I started databae consolle and it is running !
    >
    > But I have another problem. I can't login into consolle. I'm using
    > username and pass that I made during installation.
    >
    > Any thoughts ?


    The exact error message is important. What error do you get when you
    try to log in?


  10. Re: How to start Oracle Enterprise Manager ?

    On 4 Jul, 16:47, "Malone" wrote:
    >
    > Here is the error:
    >
    > Your username and/or password are invalid


    OK, a couple of things to try:

    1. Log in to the database using SQL*Plus. Are you successful?

    2. What user are you trying to log in as and what would be the
    implications of changing the password to something that you can
    remember this time? ;)

    -g


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