New version of

A new version of is available on GitHub. Continue reading “New version of”


Oracle Enterprise Manager Audit

Why you should read this blog post? You need to take care of the Audit function from OEM CC even if you don’t want to use it. It’s enabled by default and needs to be managed! Continue reading “Oracle Enterprise Manager Audit”

kfed/kfod – What you need to know

Both utilities are rarely used – usually in case you already ran into a problem. But it’s useful to have basic knowledge because otherwise it’s hard to start with them. This blog post should give you an overview what the utilities are made for. Continue reading “kfed/kfod – What you need to know”

DOAG 2017 CONFERENCE + EXHIBITION – My Presentations

DOAG 2017 I'm a speaker

Also this year I’ll be on DOAG Conference and Exhibition like the last 3 years. Last year without a presentation, but this year with 2. Both are on Wednesday and in one of the largest rooms Sankt Petersburg .  Thanks to DOAG team. Continue reading “DOAG 2017 CONFERENCE + EXHIBITION – My Presentations”

Check options linked into ORACLE_HOME

NEW SCRIPT! – It check the options linked into the oracle software as described in MOS note “How to Check and Enable/Disable Oracle Binary Options (Doc ID 948061.1)” Continue reading “Check options linked into ORACLE_HOME”

Reports after OEM Upgrade

This is a really short blog post but to long for Twitter anyway.

If you access the repository database of Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) Cloud Control 13.2 to use it for reports with a different database user, you may face the problem that it is no longer working after the upgrade from 12c.

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Grid Infrastructure: Switch from PSU to PBP

The recommendation from Oracle is to switch from Patch Set Update (PSU) to Proactive Bundle Patch (PBP) only by installing a new patchset or release. i.e to or 12.1.0.X to But it’s possible at any time even rolling.

The idea is quite simple:

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