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OEM 12c move to another server

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I have the task to move OEM12c to another server. New server will already have RHEL 6 installed. I need a migration plan to move OEM to another server. I can open a SR but wanted to check with you guys first.

Just guessing here but some of the tasks that come to mind:
Stop OMS and Agent. Remove agents on databases. Install OEM on new server. Push new agents to databases. I know there is more to it. Please provide details.

Thanks!
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Is entire environment is compose of 12c components?
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We have several databases, some are on 11g some 10g. Is that what you are asking?
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Yes, that's what I'm asking. You may want to check with Oracle to see if Oracle 11g agents will not work with 12c since the entire OEM architecture is new from the ground up. Good news is deploying new agents in 12c is very easy.

You will need to migrate repository to the new server. I would get assistance from Oracle Support on this task.
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Ok will do, thanks.
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