The following document describes installation of Oracle Enterprise manager 13c cloud control on Oracle enterprise linux 6.7
Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM or EM) is a set of web-based tools aimed at managing software and hardware produced by Oracle Corporation as well as by some non-Oracle entities. It is Oracle’s integrated enterprise information technology management product line, which provides the industry’s only complete, integrated, and business-driven enterprise cloud management solution. Oracle Enterprise Manager creates business value for IT by leveraging the built-in management capabilities of the Oracle stack for traditional and cloud environments, enabling customers to achieve unprecedented efficiency gains while dramatically increasing service levels. This article describes the installation of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c Release 1 on Oracle Linux 6.7.
Click here to download the software.
(i) Download and install Oracle database 220.127.116.11 if you want to create the repository database for Enterprise manager 13c using a template from “Database configuration assistant”. This document describes repository database creation using database template.
(ii) Copy the Enterprise manager 13c setup to the host system including the downloaded template
(iii) Unzip the database template in the directory shown below as described
(iii) Make sure the server has a valid host name and install the following required rpm’s
$ yum install <rpm>
(iv) Create required directories as shown below and assign the following permissions
Repository database creation:
(i) Start database configuration assistant (DBCA) as shown below. On the configuration screen, select “create database” and click next.
(ii) Select “Advanced mode” and click next
(iii) On the database template screen, select database template based on the size of your deployment and click next.
(iv) Enter desired values for “Global database name” and “SID” as shown below and click next
(v) Uncheck “Configure Enterprise manager (EM) database express” and click next
(vi) Give desired passwords for “SYS” and “SYSTEM” accounts and click next
(vii) Create a new listener for the repository database by populating the below fields as shown and click next
(viii) Make desired selections on this screen and click next to proceed
(ix) In the following screen just click next
(x) Select “Typical Settings” if you want to customize SGA and PGA memory allocation otherwise leave the values unchanged
(xi) Switch to “Character sets” tab and make selection as shown in the picture below and click next
(xii) Make sure “Create database” option is checked and click next
(xiii) A summary screen with all the parameter will be shown as below. Click “Finish” to start creating the database.
(xiv) DBCA will now start creating the database. Wait until creation completes successfully.
(xv) Click “close” to exit DBCA.
(i) Start the Enterprise manager installation by running “em13100_linux64.bin”as shown below
(ii) Click next on the initial screen
(ii) select “skip” and click next
(iii) Installer will now perform prerequisite checks. Make sure all the checks succeed and click next
(iv) Select the “Create a new Enterprise Manager System” and “Simple” options, then click the “Next” button.
(v) Enter paths for middleware and agent installations and click next
(vi) Fill the entries under administrator password and database connection details as shown, then click the “Next” button.
(vii) Enter a location for the software library. If you are using multiple management servers, you will need to configure shared storage
(viii) In this review screen “Install” to start the installation
(ix) Once the installation starts, wait until the installation is complete.
(x) At the end of installation, you will be asked to run scripts as “root” user. Run them as shown below and click ‘ok’.
(xi) The URL to access the cloud control will be shown in the following screen as below
(xii) On your web browser, navigate to the Enterprise manager URL and login using username “sysman” and the password created during installation. Post login, accept the license agreement and select a default view.