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Installation of EM 12c

  1. 1. sysco.no Enterprise Manager 12c Installation EM 12c Deep dive
  2. 2. sysco.no Overview • Architecture • Concepts • Install types • Requirements • Database install • EM install • What then ? • Alternatives
  3. 3. sysco.no Console Overview
  4. 4. sysco.no Architecture Overview
  5. 5. sysco.no Concepts • Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Console – The user interface you see after you install Enterprise Manager Cloud Control • Oracle Management Service (OMS) – Orchestrates with the Management Agents and the Plug-Ins to discover targets • Oracle Management Repository (Management Repository) – Storage location where all the information gets stored • Oracle Management Agent (Management Agent) – The Management Agent works in conjunction with the plug-ins to monitor the targets running on that managed host. • Plug-Ins – Plug-Ins are pluggable entities that offer special management capabilities customized to suit specific target types Overview
  6. 6. sysco.no Install types • Evaluation/Simple installation • Advanced – Small – Medium – Large Overview
  7. 7. sysco.no Packages, Kernel params etc. • OMS • Agent Requirements
  8. 8. sysco.no Fast track • oracle-rdbms-server-11gR2-preinstall RPM – (formerly known as oracle-validated) • The pre-install package is available for x86_64 only. Specifically, the package: – Causes the download and installation of various software packages and specific versions needed for database installation, with package dependencies resolved via yum – Creates the user oracle and the groups oinstall and dba, which are the defaults used during database installation – Modifies kernel parameters in /etc/sysctl.conf to change settings for shared memory, semaphores, the maximum number of file descriptors, and so on – Sets hard and soft shell resource limits in /etc/security/limits.conf, such as the number of open files, the number of processes, and stack size to the minimum required based on the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Server installation requirements • +glibc-devel.i686, + Yum update Requirements
  9. 9. sysco.no Install database software
  10. 10. sysco.no Install database software
  11. 11. sysco.no Database templates • If you have 11.2.0.3 database, you can use templates • One template for each advanced option • http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/oem/enterprise- manager/downloads/db-templates-1959276.html • Extract ZIP to $<DB_HOME>/assistants/dbca/templates Database instance
  12. 12. sysco.no Create database • Select appropriate template • Do not select Configure Enterprise Manager • Change Charset to UTF8 Database instance
  13. 13. sysco.no EM Install – Check for updates
  14. 14. sysco.no EM Install – Prerequsites
  15. 15. sysco.no EM Install – Options
  16. 16. sysco.no EM Install – Details, Plugins, Passwords, Ports
  17. 17. sysco.no Targets After installation
  18. 18. sysco.no What then ? • Create start/stop scripts • Plan backup • Patching (will be covered later) • Configuration (will be covered later) • Start using EM After installation
  19. 19. sysco.no Fast Track II - OVM • Oracle VM Template Alternatives
  20. 20. sysco.no Fast Track II - OVM • Pro – Simple deploy – Same virtualization as other servers • Con – If problems with platform, also EM will hurt Alternatives
  21. 21. sysco.no Fast Track III • Use provisioning tool • Use silent install type (response files) • 2 among the alternatives: Puppet, Chef • Can provision SW + Patches • Easy to upgrade when new version is available Alternatives
  22. 22. sysco.no Fast Track III - Chef Alternatives
  23. 23. sysco.no Q&A • Email: jonpetter.hjulstad@sysco.no • Twitter: jphjulstad

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