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Command-Line Tools for Starting, Stopping, and Monitoring Oracle Internet Directory (OID) Servers (Doc ID 554010.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 06, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 9.0.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The purpose of this article is to give initial overview on the various command-line tools for starting, stopping, and monitoring Oracle Internet Directory servers in versions 9.0.4 through 11g. It is also recommended to follow the references to the documentation.

Scope

This article is intended for users who wants to use Oracle Internet Directory command-line tools for starting, stopping, and monitoring Oracle Internet Directory servers.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 1 Starting and stopping Oracle Internet Directory Monitor
 1.1 Examples for oidmon 
 2 Starting, restarting and stopping Oracle Internet Directory Servers by using The Oracle Process Manager and Notification Server Control Utility
 2.1 Examples for opmnctl 

 3 Starting, restarting and stopping Oracle Internet Directory Servers by using Fusion Middleware Control (11g only)
 4 Starting, Restarting, and Stopping Oracle Internet Directory Servers by Using Oracle Internet Directory Control Utility

 4.1 Starting, restarting and stopping OID servers by using oidctl (version 9.0.4 through 10.1.4.2)
 4.1.1 Examples for oidctl
 4.2 Starting and stopping OID servers by using oidctl (version 11.1.1 and above) 
 4.2.1 Starting an instance of the replication server by using oidctl
 4.2.2 Examples for oidctl (11.1.1 and above)
 5 Starting and stopping Oracle Directory Integration Platform Server
 5.1 Starting ODI server by using odisrv (version 9.0.4 through 10.1.4.2) 
 5.2 Stopping ODI server by using stopodiserver.sh (version 9.0.4 through 10.1.4.2)
 Documentation links
References

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