Thanks for the summarized list of steps.
I finally got around to attempting this again and it appears that Oracle has resolved the issue on their end. The setupCCR script completed without error. On to the database specific piece!
From: Wayne Smith
Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 3:24 PM
To: Stephens, Chris
Subject: Re: Oracle Configuration Manager installation problems
OCM is most useful to me because it enables "plans" and "health checks" on MOS. I use it on all production and most test/dev databases that will exist long enough to have their home updated (such as with a patchset or PSU or version upgrade).
If all you've done is run setupCCR, then OCM isn't using your database ("collectconfig" is the thing that puts OCM stuff in your database). So I'm guessing the reference is to a database back at ccr.oracle.com<http://ccr.oracle.com
> central. Maybe time for an SR? (I haven't seen this error).
The rest of this post is just my cookbook for OCM install ... sorry I can't be more helpful with this particular error :-(
Make sure you are using (at least) version 10.3.5 of OCM. If your database and home have never had OCM installed, then I
remove the $ORACLE_HOME/ccr directory, if it exists (other steps must be done before this if OCM has already been installed in one of your databases or this is a clone of a database that had OCM installed)
download latest version of OCM zip file to the $ORACLE_HOME directory and explode.
$ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin/setupCCR -s [CSI MOSemail US]
CSI is your CSI number; MOSemail is the email address you use on My Oracle Support; "US" is my country code
If your server does not have access to ccr.oracle.com<http://ccr.oracle.com
>, enter NONE or read abount DISCONNECTED mode.
If you have a proxy server that can give OCM access to ccr.oracle.com<http://ccr.oracle.com
>, enter its name and port when prompted.
For each database, use ". oraenv" to setup environment variables, then setup the database for OCM with
Do an initial collection of data for MOS with
Set a daily collection time, if "now" is not good enough, with
$ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin/emCCR set collection_interval='FREQ=DAILY; BYHOUR=04; BYMINUTE=15'
Occasionally view OCM status to ensure OCM hasn't updated itself into a bad state
(and let us know what the problem was, please!)
There is no job so simple that it cannot be done wrong. (Perrussel's Law)
On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 2:25 PM, Stephens, Chris > wrote:
I was going to see what OCM has to offer and install it on one of our development servers. The install appears to be very easy. However, after entering the information prompted after executing $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin/ setupCCR, I get the following:
Registration Server encountered a SQL Exception
SQL Exception: ORA-01552: cannot use system rollback segment for non-system tablespace 'MGMT_TABLESPACE'
ORA-06512: at "SYSMAN.CCR_AUTH", line 2193
ORA-06512: at line 1
Since there is no tablespace with that name on the server I am attempt to configure OCM on, I can only assume this is being generated from Oracle support's repository? If so: way to be Oracle!
Anyone else have this problem? ...or has no one else installed OCM?
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