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monitore smon process with oracle mib

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How can I monitore smon process with mib?

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Oracle Enterprise Manager does not use SNMP directly. Instead, it communicates with the agent over Oracle Net using Transparent Network Substrate (TNS) connections. The agent listens to SNMP requests and passes them on to Oracle Enterprise Manager.
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If you have the MIB any SNMP monitoring system should be able to collect the data. NetCrunch 8 has a built-in MIB compiler assuming the MIB isn't already included, and you can then sort through the OIDs to pull whatever data you want.
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