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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: How to start em using dbconsole for all databases

    Hi,

    I have an problem with Oracle 10.2 on Linux.

    Created one Instance with 3 databases, the databases are fine and running and I can configure it with Enterprise Manager from my Windows desktop.

    But I like the HTTP Console which can be started with dbconsole command.

    The HTTP EM Interface for the database I created during the install is working well, but the HTTP Interface for the other 2 databases doesn't start.

    All 3 databases have a port defined in /install/portlist.xml

    Code:
    iSQL*Plus HTTP-Port-Nummer =5560
    Enterprise Manager-Konsole HTTP-Port (orcl)  = 5500
    Enterprise Manager Agent-Port (orcl) = 1830
    Enterprise Manager-Konsole HTTP-Port (DBTEST)  = 5501
    Enterprise Manager Agent-Port (DBTEST) = 1831
    Enterprise Manager-Konsole HTTP-Port (DBQA)  = 5502
    Enterprise Manager Agent-Port (DBQA) = 1832
    But if I start the the HTTP em manger with dbconsole command only the first
    Console from orcl is usable, the other don't start and do not listen at the confirured ports.

    Any ideas how to start the EM Interface for the other DB too?

    If I remind correctly after db creation these where fine, but after reboot not.
    The init script issue the dbconsole command but only orcl em is working.

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    You may need to start dbconsole for each database.

    The person who says it can't be done should not interrupt the person doing it. -- Chinese proverb

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    As far as I know with my little Oracle 10 knowlegde you can only start for stop dbconsole at all and not for a specific database

    emctl start dbconsole
    emctl stop dbconsole

    Just wonder if this is again a thumb Oracle bug, I noticed so many when used 9.2 on Linux.

    Anyway thanks for the suggestions, I will investigate more soon on this and let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hookerxy
    As far as I know with my little Oracle 10 knowlegde you can only start for stop dbconsole at all and not for a specific database

    emctl start dbconsole
    emctl stop dbconsole

    Just wonder if this is again a thumb Oracle bug, I noticed so many when used 9.2 on Linux.

    Anyway thanks for the suggestions, I will investigate more soon on this and let you know.

    You are wrong, on 10g you configure a dbconsole for EACH database (unless you install 10g Grid).

    Assuming you have the same Oracle Home for each database, you start dbconsole for each db like this:

    set ORACLE_SID=orcl
    emctl start dbconsole
    set ORACLE_SID=db02
    emctl start dbconsole
    ...etc..





    The person who says it can't be done should not interrupt the person doing it. -- Chinese proverb

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