Symantec™ bv-Control for Oracle 10.0 Getting Started Guide

Article:DOC3136  |  Created: 2010-09-28  |  Updated: 2010-09-28  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3136
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Table of Contents:
About Symantec bv-Control for Oracle
bv-Control for Oracle features
About RMS Console
Evaluation of your environment
Supported versions
System requirements
Requirements for the Database Discovery program
Requirements for installing the UNIX agent
System requirements to install bv-Control for Oracle
Minimum rights required
Windows trust requirement
Necessary privileges for database-related queries
Necessary privileges for platform-specific queries
Requirements for encryption
Upgrading bv-Control for Oracle and the UNIX agent
Security best practices
About the RMS Console and Information Server Installation
About bv-Control for Oracle Installation
About configuring the RMS Console
Adding bv-Control for Oracle
Adding users
About product removal
Installation options for the UNIX agent
Package dependencies to install the UNIX agent
Installing the UNIX agent using install.sh on the target computers
Installing the UNIX agent manually on AIX target computers
Installing the UNIX agent manually on HP-UX target computers
Installing the UNIX agent manually on Sun Solaris target computers
Installing the UNIX agent manually on SUSE Linux target computers
Installing the UNIX agent manually on Red Hat Linux target computers
Installing the UNIX agent using bv-Config UNIX
About the agent-based architecture
About registering UNIX target computers with the Information Server
Registering UNIX target computers with the Information Server using resource credentials
Registering UNIX target computers without providing resource credentials
Running the setup.sh script
Starting UNIX agent on a specified IP Address
Notifying Information Servers about target IP address
Retrieving snap-ins that are installed on the Information Server
Configuring the Information Server to register specific IP address using setup.sh script
Using native credentials or resource credentials for the target computers that are registered as agent-based
Using Generic UNIX Native credentials for the target computers that are registered as agent-based
Unregistering a UNIX agent-based target computer from the Information Server
About the agentless architecture
About configuring UNIX target computers as agentless
Registering and configuring the target computers using Configuration Wizard
Adding native credentials for the target computers that are registered as agentless
Switching registration modes of target computers
About configuration of SSH connector settings
About Public Key Authentication
About sudo
Prerequisites for using sudo in bv-Control for Oracle
Configuring a SUDO setting in the bvAgentlessConfig.ini file for query execution
Configuring a SUDO setting in the bvAgentlessConfig.ini file for specific targets
About configuring bv-Control for Oracle
Requirements for the UNIX or Linux environment
Prerequisite for using bv-Control for Oracle with CCS Reporting and Analytics
About creating Credential user accounts
bv-Control for Oracle Configuration Wizard
Launching the Configuration Wizard
Registering Oracle databases
Registering the UNIX target computers
Adding credential databases
About evaluation scenarios
Controlling access to databases
Managing the default passwords
Viewing the database user roles
Finding users with expired passwords
Using the Custom SQL Query data source
Discovering the Oracle databases
Introduction
Query failure errors
Errors due to insufficient privileges
File not found error
Datasource-related errors
Installation path related error
Configuration-related errors
Unknown server error
UNIX agent-related errors
RapidFire Updates-related error
Connection Dropped error
Logon-related error
User accounts and passwords on Oracle server
About SELECT privileges on views
Creating a credential user using the SQL script

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Symantec™ bv-Control for Oracle 10.0 Getting Started Guide
bv-Control_for_Oracle_Getting_Started_Guide.pdf (998 kBytes)

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