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OEM [message #68889] Tue, 11 January 2005 03:56 Go to next message
Duvvuri Subramanyam
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Registered: January 2005
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I have a cluster node namely node1, node2. On node1, in addition to the cluster database, I also have some standalone databases. Similary on node2, in addition to the cluster database, I have some standalone databases. When i try to do a node discovery, I am able to discover only node1. I am not able to discover the second node. Another question is, the standalone databases running on node1 are not getting discovered. How should i go about so that the cluster database as well as the standalone databases can be discovered by OEM for monitoring.

Thanks & regards
Duvvuri Subramanyam
Re: OEM [message #68891 is a reply to message #68889] Wed, 12 January 2005 00:20 Go to previous message
Mahesh Rajendran
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OEM looks into oratab file to discover the instances.
it needs DATABASE name to go further.
but FOR a NON RAC instance it would be SID value in the oratab.
It is very recomended to user srvctl to stop / start oracle cluster instances.
For a Non RAC single instance use the regular dbstart/dbshut.
so create two diferent oratab files.
ONE for RAC instances used by OEM that contains DATABASE value.
ONE for NonRAC instance used by dbstart/dbshut that contains SID value.
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