I got an alert from Enterprise Manager that my C: drive on one of my database servers was running short on space. The disk device is 20GB is size and had less than 1GB free. I removed old log files, but this still did not free up enough space. In looking around, I saw that my 11gR2 ORACLE_HOME directory was over 7GB in size. More investigation revealed that the %ORACLE_HOME%\.patch_storage directory was consuming over half of that! You can’t just go and delete this folder as it will stop your ability to apply future patches.
NOTE: please take backup of landscape.rtf and portrait.rtf before doing any modifications.1. Login to BI Publisher with sysman credentials2. Goto Home -> Catalog Folders -> Shared Folders -> Enterprise Manager Cloud Control -> EM_Subtemplates In the right panel, we will see - landscape - portrait3. Click on Edit link of landscape.
Check out this new post on Oracle’s Blog on Enterprise Manager.
Monitoring virtualization targets in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12C
My Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c book has been mentioned prominently in the March 2013 issue of the Enterprise Manager Newsletter from Oracle, which goes out to thousands of subscribers:
Issue: On machine reboot, when EM is started. BIP server doesn't start on its own. One has to specifically start the BI server.When BIP server is started via startManagedWebLogic.sh script. EM user is not be able to login to BI server and see any BIP report.and BIP server log contains following error(s):
Contributed by Martin Pena, Director, Product Management, Oracle Enterprise Manager
I just noticed the following announcement on the EM12c Update Page: