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Oracle: All versions FAQ

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Installing the OMS (Oracle Management Server) by Michael42
Posted: 20 Apr 04 (Edited 7 Jul 05)

* The Enterprise version of Oracle 9i has been installed on the system you wish to install OMS on.

Note: This can be used if you originally installed OEM for "Standalone Server" and now need to configure for "Management Server"

1. Launch the EMCA (Enterprise Manager Assistant) to create the repository.
   Sun = $ORACLE_HOME/bin/emca
   Windows = Start -> Programs -> Oracle - OraHome92 -> Cfg & Mgment Tools -> E.M.C.A.

2. Using the Assistant's interface create the repository in a new database.  Choose the "Typical" option.

   The default SID for the Repository database is: OEMREP

3. Start the Service
   Windows Service must be started: OracleMangementService
   UNIX: ./oemctl <stop/start> oms [username/password]

4. When the process is finished run the OEM
   (for Sun: oemapp console) and login using:
   (x) Login to the Oracle Management Server
   Administrator: sysman  
   Password: oem_temp
   Mangement Server: <hostname>

   Being the first time it is run you will be prompted to
   change your password.

5. The Discovery Wizard Launches
   Enter the hostname(s) of systems to manage.

   If it fails just select the "Next" button and set
   to "Manual" then enter in at least one:  

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