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OEM can do all that, and more, but it does require some time to set up and familiarise yourself with the product.
Suggest reviewing the OEM docs, especially release notes for your platform, here's the Concepts doc: http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19306_01/em.102/b31949/toc.htm
A 10g OEM can manage 11g instances as well, we've got much more 10g than 11g so I can't offer too much insight on the 11g topic- 11g OEM is slightly different as well.
people please i am new at this, so please be patient with me ....
all i asked is that :
1. how can i enforce oracle security features using OEM , cause in 11g OEM is playing more important part to do daily database management.
2. what i am trying to do is first generate db health report to check the weak point like you can do in toad
except that this should be only done in OEM.
thanks for help
And all we ask is, given Oracle is a documented product
- why don't you read documentation
(You can not use Oracle without reading documentation)
- why do you ask volunteers to abstract documentation?
Most people here answering questions were also once new to this. The worldwideweb didn't yet exist. And yes we read documentation, we still do.
You can do that too.
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855161 wrote:What if EM is the loophole? What if it spews information to the web? What if Oracle claims something is not EM but shares the configuration?
hi guys it's all good but you are missing a major key point.
i need to use oracle enterprise manager OEM to do database security check, health check and other critical loop wholes...
By default, it is collecting your Network Interface MAC accress [sic] and listing all your users into a world-readable directory. Then when you use support, you are badgered to automatically upload all the information.
Or maybe I live in some parallel universe and I just don't understand what is happening in your universe.