Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c Release 1 (220.127.116.11.0) was released a few days ago. Does that have the acronym “oemcc13cr1”? 🙂
As usual, my first steps are to do some basic installations. The approach is pretty similar to the 12c installations, but it’s a little greedier now. 🙂
My first attempt was a bit of a disaster. I was trying to install it on a VM with 8G of memory, about all I can spare on my work PC) and it was running like a dog. It got nearly to the end of the configuration section and I ran out of disk space on the physical host. That would have been OK if the installer were running on the VM itself, as the VM would have paused and resumed once I had cleared some space. Unfortunately, I was doing from an X session, which got killed and took my installer with it. 🙁 Rather than trying to continue on my piece of shit work PC, I waited until I got home to do it on my server.
Once home, I kicked off two installation simultaneously. One on OL6 and one on OL7. Each VM had 10G of memory and their virtual disks were on different spindles to the OS disk. As a result, they ran through at a reasonable pace. Not mega fast, but OK.
- Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c Release 1 (18.104.22.168) Installation on Oracle Linux 6 and 7
Over the Christmas break I’ll have a go at some upgrades, then decide if we should be doing this in production at work. If you’ve followed the discussion on Twitter, you’ll know some of the basic requirements.
- Oracle 12c (22.214.171.124) Enterprise Edition for the repository database. Patched to latest security patch.
- You can use a Non-CDB or a PDB for the management repository. The template database is still non-CDB.
That means we will need an upgrade of our repository database from 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52. That’s no big drama, but another thing to do. 🙂
Update: Thanks to Seth Miller for pointing out my mistake about the PDB support for the OMR.