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HPPM Oracle DBSPI metrics historical data graphs

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Hello all.

We're using HPOMW 9 to monitor many Unix and Linux Oracle DB servers in our environment.

Specifically, this includes use of the Oracle DBSPI version 12.X to monitor metrics 58, 334, 16, 87, and 206.

The question we have is, how can we generate historical graphs of these metrics from HP Performance Manager?

When we try generating a historical graph for metric 206 (Table spaces with low free space) the graph returned says "No data found..."

The only metric that we seem to have historical data for, and can generate a graph, is 16 (number of segments that cannot extend).

Not sure why that's the only metric we have historical data for.

Is there some setting in /var/opt/perf/parm we need to adjust on our Unix and Linux Oracle DB servers in order to collect historical data for all the metrics mentioned above?

The DBSPI config guide we have doesn't go into detail on how to set this up.

Please advise.

Thanks all.

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Hello.

The DBSPI metrics data doesn't seem to exist despite the DBSPI being installed and running on our Unix and Linux Oracle DB servers.

We have opened a service request with HP.

Thanks.

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Hello.

The DBSPI metrics data doesn't seem to exist despite the DBSPI being installed and running on our Unix and Linux Oracle DB servers.

We have opened a service request with HP.

Thanks.

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