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I have the same problem. Mandrake 10 Official version.
But it seems that Mandrake 10 is not compatible with Redhat, because there is another problem: "Unknown format in /proc/partitions" on the performance screen.
I am running 10g on both, RH 3.0AS and Mdk 10 .
I am now using Mozilla/Firefox and the graphs and performance pages work okay.
10g does not appear to like some of the Mdk10 environment.
I also have the problem with /proc/partitions
(on Suse Linux 7.3 - I know not supported...)
I'm wondering whether the Linux kernel has changed
to allow one to gather iostats from /proc/partitions
if I cat /proc/partitions all I get is major# , minor# ,number of blocks and the device name.
I think I will try and see if upgrading my kernel release will solve this issue - everything else works fine.
"Unknown format in /proc/partitions" should only coours
with 2.6.x kernels.
I'm having the same problem on Windows XP and 2003 Server. The major problem is the Host Credentials. It is complaining of invalid password when it is the account name and password I used in logging in.
I'm also having the same one on 2003 Server.
Please tell me how you solved that problem. How did you set your new account name and password without OEM ?
Grant the OS user the right: Logon as Batch job.
win2000:Control panel--> administrative tools--> Local Security Settings -->Local Polices-->User Rights Assinment--> Logon as batch job.)
I'm also posting my notes:
Logging into Enterprise Manager:
Hit the site: http://YOURLOCALHOST:5500/em
How to Start/Shutdown the database:
OS username: D008NT01\sgopaluni
Database: orcl[Default database name that you chose during install]
Connect As: SYSDBA
Now you are INTO the database thingy.
Windows only, I assume.
The format of the data to be entered in the Username fields on the Credentials pages is "Domain\Username". This setting is only accepted when the user has the "Log on as a batch job" right assigned.
Select the "Administrative Tools" control panel. Then "Local Security Policy". Expand "Local Policies", select "User Rights Assignment". Finally add the User to "Logon as a Batch Job" local security setting.
With thanks to Rachel from Oracle Support.
...taken from previous thread !