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Manually trim performance data from an Oracle DataStore

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WARNING: These commands are permanent. All deleted data will be lost. Ensure that you complete a full data backup before proceeding with these commands. The following commands will delete all...

By: CSS | Date Created: 6-24-2011 | Last Modified: 3-3-2013 | Index: 528

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Receiving "Could not connect to database" from Oracle Monitor

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This article suggests how to troubleshoot and resolve issues related to connecting to an Oracle database with any of the three up.time Oracle service monitors (Basic Check, Advanced Metrics or...

By: CSS | Date Created: 8-10-2012 | Last Modified: 8-11-2012 | Index: 583

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Running up.time with an Oracle database

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By: CSS | Date Created: 1-16-2006 | Last Modified: 7-22-2014 | Index: 053

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Understanding your Oracle Connection Settings

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This article outlines how you can use the information in the Oracle TNS connection string to populate database-specific fields that need to be set in the uptime.conf file.

By: CSS | Date Created: 2-27-2007 | Last Modified: 6-30-2011 | Index: 146

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What Oracle db permissions does up.time require?

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The details on what permissions up.time requires to integrate with an Oracle database are detailed in the following articles. - When running up.time on an Oracle 10g database...

By: CSS | Date Created: 12-31-1969 | Last Modified: 8-31-2011 | Index: 285

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