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Oracle Platinum Services: Exadata Exachk Automation Project (Doc ID 2043991.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 17, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Exadata Storage Server Software - Version 11.2.3.3.1 to 12.1.2.2.0 [Release 11.2 to 12.1]
Oracle Platinum Services - Version N/A and later
ASRExachk
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Details

Pilot Details:   This Pilot project has been closed to new systems. 

Disclaimer:   The information in this note is current as of the latest revision and is subject to change without notice.

 

Overview of Oracle Platinum Services Exadata Exachk Automation Project Pilot

Availability

Oracle Platinum Services Exachk automation configuration is not available to new systems. Implemented for selected group of Platinum Exadata systems, Exachk automation will phase out (stop working) on its own unless the customer decides to disable the existing setup by following steps listed in the “How to Disable Exachk Automation ” section.

Exachk Report Information

For more information about Exachk reports in general, please see the following MOS notes:

    <Document 757552.1> - Oracle Exadata Best Practices

    <Document 1070954.1> - Oracle Exadata Database Machine exachk or HealthCheck

    <Document 1947100.1> - Understanding, Navigating and Troubleshooting the Exachk Report

 


Actions

How to Disable Exachk Automation

Customers can disable Exachk automation on their systems via the following steps:

Login as root

Set the following environment variables

export RAT_TIMEOUT=120

export RAT_ROOT_TIMEOUT=600

export RAT_PASSWORDCHECK_TIMEOUT=30

export RAT_OUTPUT=/opt/oracle.SupportTools/exachk/output

export RAT_COPY_EM_XML_FILES=1 

cd /opt/oracle.SupportTools/exachk

Execute:

./exachk – initrmsetup

Check if daemon is running

./exachk –d status

If the daemon is running, shutdown the daemon using:

/etc/init.d/init.exachk shutdown

/opt/oracle.SupportTools/exachk –d status

 

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