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Unregister servers in oem

Posted on 2011-09-27
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Hi ,

i am new to oracle dba, i need to unregister the servers in oem, can anyone help me how to do this..? can anyone give me some steps to unregister the servers.?
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can you provide a little more information?

Are these VM servers?
What reason are they being deregistered?
Is this dealing with Oracle Files?

Can you provide a screen shot where you currently see them registered?
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we no longer use this servers and the instances in that servers.so we want to unregister it.i need a step to step procedure how to unregister.?
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OEM has many add-ons and possibilities.
You are not providing enough information for me to guide you here.
Maybe another expert can understand what you require.
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What OEM tool are you using, the old Java version or new web based Grid Control?

You should just be able to select the nod in question and there should be an option to delete it.

If you can provide the exact version we might be able to locate the documentation links for you.

The only other outstanding thing you might need to do is stop the Management Agent and possible uninstall it:  24 Deinstalling Management Agent

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B16240_01/doc/em.102/e10953/deinstalling_agent.htm
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ajaybelde,

Why did you accept http:#a36712823 as part of the answer?  It doesn't appear to offer any advice.
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