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Shahrokh wrote:what problem are you actually trying to solve?
I wanted to use SNMP agent in Oracle 11.2g, but I read that this agent is deprecated from the Oracle 11G. I also read in a thread that Oracle will continue the support till 2018. Which one is true??
If I can't use SNMP agent what is your suggestion for its substitution?? Can I use Oracle Management Agent??
My Os : Microsoft Server 2000
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what is wrong with Enterprise Manager?
We want to use SNMP agent in a server that has a lot of application installed on(we're developing a telecommunication network) and since Enterprise Manager is a heavy application we need another software. Installing Enterprise Manager is time and space consuming procedure that is not demanded for our costumer because they are not expert.
I can't sign in to the page because I don't have permission. Can you say the solution here?
Can you tell me what exactly Management Agent do?? I searched a lot of docs and sites about it but I couldn't find a good explanation about it.
Shahrokh wrote:so your solution is SNMP Management Agent; but you don't know what it actually does.
Can you tell me what exactly Management Agent do??
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No, I know what SNMP Agent does but we're using Oracle 11.2 g and SNMP agent is deprecated from it so we can not use it. Me question is what can we use as substitution??Can Management Agent does the same functions as SNMP??
Oracle recommends to stop using SNMP going forward. Though the extended support for SNMP will be valid until Jan 2018 (Refer Metalink 1341834.1) .
The reason is not clearly given. They have mentioned that from oracle database 12 cloud control onwards , SNMP is completely removed. Probably that is the reason.
It might be okay to use it, until your environment gets upgraded to oracle 12c.
SNMP with Oracle 11g
[url http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11857_01/em.111/e14091/chap2.htm]Configuring SNMP for Oracle