Oracle 10g Release 2 Grid Control Installation On Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS…

I’ve been having a play with the latest version of the Grid Control:

Oracle 10g Release 2 Grid Control Installation On Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS

It installed no problem and appears to be working right out of the box.

The big question is, does it soak up all the CPU and memory on my servers?

The first version of the Grid Control was a complete nightmare for me. The agents worked fine on the database nodes, but they gobbled up loads of memory and CPU on the application servers, making them unusable. I raised a TAR and was told it was a bug that was fixed in the next release.

I’ve only installed an agent on one development application server at the moment. I’ll add a few more to non-critical servers tomorrow and see how it gets on. Fingers crossed! I’ll post the outcome of this test in a few days.

Cheers

Tim…

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