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Missing Oracle Services

Hi,

I have succusssfully upgraded Oracle Database 9.2.0.7 to 10.2.0.4 on Windows.

Database works fine and am able to start SAP.

But I am issing some the Oracle Services as mentioned in the Oracle Upgrade Guide , how do I install these services?

OracleCSService

OracleDBConsole<DBSID>

OracleJobScheduler<DBSID>

Oracle<Oracle_Home_Name>SNMPPeerEncapsulator

Oracle<Oracle_Home_Name>SNMPPeerMasterAgent

Thanks

Shaji

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  • Nov 25, 2009 at 04:34 PM

    > But I am issing some the Oracle Services as mentioned in the Oracle Upgrade Guide , how do I install these services?

    >

    > OracleCSService

    This is Oracle Failsafe.

    > OracleDBConsole<DBSID>

    This is the enterprise manager console, you have to re-set that up (if you have licensed it).

    > OracleJobScheduler<DBSID>

    If you used the (recommended) way of installing the database using sapserver.cmd that is not set up.

    > Oracle<Oracle_Home_Name>SNMPPeerEncapsulator

    > Oracle<Oracle_Home_Name>SNMPPeerMasterAgent

    the same here.

    Markus

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    • > Yes, I had executed sapserver.cmd as recommended. So did you mean OracleJobScheduler, OracleSNMPPeerEncapsulator and OracleSNMPPeerMasterAgent is not setup when executing sapserver.cmd. So are these services not required.

      Whether your require them or not is something you must decide. What did you do before with those?

      > Could you please guide me on how to install after the upgrade is completed

      >

      > OracleCSService

      You have a cluster? If not, then why install Failsafe?

      > OracleDBConsole

      This is not original Oracle documentation but a very good one how to activate Enterprise Manager:

      http://www.idevelopment.info/data/Oracle/DBA_tips/Enterprise_Manager/OEM_4.shtml

      Markus

  • Nov 26, 2009 at 03:22 PM

    Basically, you do not need any of these services in conjunction on a SAP system.

    the only interesting service that you might want to use is OracleDBConsole<DBSID>.

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