www.iselfschooling.comOracle 11g: Oracle Management Service (OMS)To start/stop/monitor OMS
Use the opmnctl command. It control the OMS. It stands for Oracle Process Monitor and Notification control. The following are some of examples of how to manipulate the OMS components.
# opmnctl startall -- starts all components of OMS.
# opmnctl stopall -- stops all components of OMS.
# opmnctl startproc ias-component=OC4J -- starts OC4J component
# opmnctl stopproc ias-component=OC4J -- stops OC4J component
# opmnctl status – l – show OMS status components. To start/stop/monitor OMS components
The emctl command is the Enterprise Manger Control Utility. Like opmnctl, it starts and stops the OMS components. Notice that emctl does not start or stop OracleAS Web Cache.
If OracleAS Web Cache is on then you can access to OEM by: http://oms-server:7777/em
and with no OracleAS Web Cache, you need to directly connect to the OHS: http://oms-server:7778/em
The following are some of examples of how to manipulate the OMS components using emctl.
# emctl start oms -- start oms components except web cache.
# emctl stop oms -- stop …
# emctl status oms -- show the status of oms components
# emctl start iasconsole – starts an individual component
# emctl stop iasconsole -- stop and …
Basic commands an Oracle Database Administrator must know (using default port).
1. Use the http://<oms host>:7777 URL with your Web browser to connect to HTTP Server.
2. Use the ias_admin username to connect to the OMS.
3. Use the iSQL*Plus tool if was installed by using the http://<database host>:5560/isqlpus URL to connect iSQL*Plus. Make sure that you have started the iSQL*Plus on the database server (# isqlplusctl start).