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Single OEM for Database and App Server [message #68077] Thu, 17 October 2002 09:25 Go to next message
srikanth
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Hi All:

We are trying to centralize all management function to a single enterprise-wide OEM/OMS. Would like to manage both the application server and the database servers from one location, but we need to be able to selectively assign access/rights to the targets based to the dba and app server admin groups.

The documentation suggets this is possible, but does not provide any details on the granularity of privileges, discovery of targets, best practices.

Am looking for input from anyone who has done this before.

Thanks.

Regards,

Srikanth
Re: Single OEM for Database and App Server [message #68078 is a reply to message #68077] Thu, 17 October 2002 12:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mahesh Rajendran
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we used to manage nearly 120 databases(different OS,difer db versions), world wide using OEM. IT IS COOL. I never even had a unix login.
using OEM u can monitor databases, IAS, OID , forms server etc.
there are certain issues.
like certain versions (not very sure) as 9iAS V 9.0.2 heavily dependant on the included OEM.
and 9iAS 9.2 is not certified with oracle 9.2 db.
I was told that, Oracle 9iAS 9.0.2 work as charm with oracle DB 9.0.1.
good information is available with Oracle Enterprise Manager Readme Release 9.2 Production

Re: Single OEM for Database and App Server [message #68080 is a reply to message #68077] Thu, 17 October 2002 15:54 Go to previous message
Mahesh Rajendran
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1. You can create SUPERADMINISTRATOR's or REGULARADMINSTRATOR's.
2. Super Administrators automatically have full
   privileges for all objects in the system. 
3. Regular Administrators can have access to a subset
   of Console operations.
4. Target are listeners,databases,Nodes and HTTP
   servers.
5. So by assigning different target to dbadmins and
   appserveradmins (like just HTTP) we can segregate
   them.

something, i am not comfortable is,we can restrict access to some objects, but not restrict which services they can see!!. 

 

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