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Instructions to Enable / Disable the 13.x BDA Enterprise Manager Plug-in on Oracle Big Data Appliance (BDA) V4.5-V4.7 (Doc ID 2206207.1)

Last updated on MARCH 05, 2020

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager for Big Data Appliance - Version and later
Linux x86-64


This note provides installation details for installing the Oracle Enterprise Manager System 13.x Monitoring Agent and BDA Plug-in on the Oracle Big Data Appliance (BDA) V4.5 - V4.7 using "bdacli enable em". It also provides steps for uninstalling the plugin.  Note the 13.x plugin requires a minimum of BDA Version 4.5.  Support is not present pre-BDA V4.5.

Make sure to review these two documents before starting:

1. Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Big Data Appliance Plug-In Compatibility Matrix for BDA V4.5 and Higher (Doc ID 2267589.1).


2. Download/Deployment of the 12c EM May Bundle Patch to Support Discovery/Monitoring of Cloudera Manager Admin Console HTTPS URLS (Doc ID 2148611.1).




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In this Document
 Is it supported to use admin host names for EM agents or OMS?
 Can Enterprise Manager be installed anywhere in the network where OMS can connect to the EM Agent and Cloudera Manager?
 Instead of installing the OEM agents under the default path “/opt/oracle/EMAgent” is it possible to install the OEM agents under a different directory?
 How does the plug-in determine the name of the targets?
 Where can I find more information on Enterprise Manager and the BDA plugin?
 Known Issues with 13.x BDA EM Plugin
 Port Related Prerequisites
 Credential Related Prerequisites 
 Instructions to Enable the 13.x BDA Enterprise Manager Plugin
 Enable the 13.x BDA EM Plugin
 Workaround for Manual Discovery
 Manual Discovery for the 13.x BDA Enterprise Manager Plugin
 Instructions to Disable the 13.x BDA Enterprise Manager Plugin
 Logs to Check if an Error Occurs
 Agent/Plugin Installation Errors
 Errors during the Discovery Phase

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