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Monitoring Two Oracle instances
#1
Hello,

I have an issue, i wanna monitor a server with an Oracle 10g using the Pandora agent, i have two instances of Oracle running on the server, however in the Task manager they look the same , Oracle.exe , therefore i cant monitor a specific one.
in the Service manager i can see that each of them run with Oracle.exe xxx , meaning that the instance is different .

Help,

btw i have the same issues with Monitoring iis 7 , the server creates a Poll for each site and they are all in the same number.

Blacknasa
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#2
Hi.

Could you tell the version of windows?

And another question, How many instances of Oracle have the windows?

Bye, thanks.
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#3
The oracle is installed on windows 2003 r2 , and i have 3 oracle instances , the only difference is when running the service
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#4
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The oracle is installed on windows 2003 r2 , and i have 3 oracle instances , the only difference is when running the service
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Have you try to detect the service running instead the process instance ?
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#5
Hi,

i didnt understand your answer , how can i check service running i can only check the EXE running .
i didnt see any option to check if a service is in Start status in the Agent , how can i check that?

Eldad
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#6
Go to your services control panel. Do you have only one "oracle server" running or have several services, one per each instance.

Another way to monitor an oracle, at least in unix, is by using the lsnrctl status, or by monitoring specific process on your instance, probably your pmon_{SID} process running for each SID defined.

[quote='blacknasa link' pid='2797' dateline='1301388947']
Hi,

i didnt understand your answer , how can i check service running i can only check the EXE running .
i didnt see any option to check if a service is in Start status in the Agent , how can i check that?

Eldad
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#7
Hi

I have a few

e:\oracle\bin\ORACLE.EXE orc2 , just the parameter is different , like e:\oracle\bin\ORACLE.EXE orc4

However i didnt understand how can i check for the status of a service using the pandora agent , i currently check to see if the xx.EXE file is running , i rather and would like to check the service statues
Eldad
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