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Are there any log files that needs to purged or deleted on daily basis when using OEM Grid Control?

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Hi,
I want to know whether we need to have any schedule to purge or delete any log files related to OEM Grid Control and if so where are these files located when using OEM Grid Control and OMS Repository for Oracle Database monitoring. The version is 10.2.x

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Pavan
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by:fluglash
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what do you mean by log files?
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by:Fayyaz
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No, nothing to monitor as everything is automatic and logs are purged automatically.
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by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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Is there any specific problem you are facing related to storage, filesystem, diskspace utalization etc?
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I have some idea , i guess that you are starting to manage new database , so you should care about :
+ all Tablespace , check everyday and extend
+ redo log file
+ controlf file
( you need to increate and create more redo log file and place diffrent space )

Remember backup database everyday , full if it is small , incremetal if it is big
If your database is online transaction , use rman with control file to trace

In OEM , a lot of automatic work is done for you , you check in schudle

Hope this help!

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Thank You Experts for your suggestions. I have seen the purge job that runs automatically.
What I wanted to know is why the ORACLE_HOME of OMS (the mount point which it contains), increases and we get  disk space issues (this issue comes in intermittently). If you can explain this, it would be really helpful.  

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Pavan
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Oracle_home contains log file of oracle itself , for example : alert log to trouble when you have a problem and others contains binary data you must use tool or command to read then send it for Oracle matalink to check ...

I think it increases but very small ...

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VDC
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To monitor which file(s) were changed since last observation, do a simple test. Create one file containing list of all files and size, after few hours, create another file then compair as:-

ls -ltr > DIR_1.lst

after few hour  do the following

ls -ltr > DIR_2.lst

Now find the diff.

diff DIR_1.lst DIR_2.lst
You will get the list of files changed. Look for big change.
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