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Select “new” to be able to enter credentials of the user you added as sudoer, this information will be saved so you can use it later. Click “setup”, “add target” and then “auto discovery results”. It says this directory will be created but don’t forget the user should be able to create this directory. Do not forget to add “oracle” user to sudoers on target server like we did on cloud control server!
We see that new discovered hosts as 192.168.100.200 – Unfortunately there’s no DNS in my virtual network so IP address couldn’t be resolved. For example, “oracle” user can not create a directory in root partition so I created “/oracle” directory and give ownership to “oracle” user in target server before I start deploying the agent. As I see Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.5 has /usr/bin/sudo but Cloud Control’s default sudo location is /usr/local/bin/sudo so change the privileged delegation setting according to the location of sudo. If you don’t want to use auto discovery, you can add hosts manually.
The diagnostics information you obtain from both monitoring and logging will help you to determine the root cause of the issue your application encountered.
Then you can troubleshoot the issue and determine the appropriate steps you can take to remediate it.