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#
############################################################################
########################### Read Only Properties ###########################
############################################################################
#
#@modifiable=false
#
#@category=Installation
#
#@advanced=false
#
#
# This string is used by the agent to determine which algorithm to use for encrypted data
# The string value will be same as the release version
#
#@description=Agent Version
agentVersion=10.2.0.0.0
#
# emd Root directory (read-only location). Metrics should not create files
# under this directory
#
#@description=EMD Root directory
#
emdRoot=D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1
#
# agent Root directory (writeable).
# Use this property to base any temporary file creation.
#
#@description=Agent Root directory
#
agentStateDir=D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1
# perl executable directory
#
#@description=Perl Home to be used.
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
perlBin=D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1\perl\bin
#
# script directory
#
#@description=Path of scripts directory
#
scriptsDir=D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/admin/scripts
#
# EMD main servlet URL
#
#@description=EMD URL
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
EMD_URL=http://DESKTOP-L4I540U:/emd/main/
#
# OMS Upload URL
#
# if there is no receiving OMS or if you wish to disable the UploadManager
# please set this value to empty or comment out below line
#
#@description=Repository URL
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
REPOSITORY_URL=http://DESKTOP-L4I540U:%EM_UPLOAD_PORT%/em/upload/
#
#The following properties are advanced read-only properties
#
#@advanced=true
#
#
# The location of the file that contains the root certificate.
#
#@description=The location of the file that contains the root certificate
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
emdRootCertLoc=D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/sysman/config/b64LocalCertificate.txt
internetCertLoc=D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/sysman/config/b64InternetCertificate.txt
#
# The download URL for the EMD Oracle Wallet and its local file location.
#
# Note: Ensure that this URL references a valid port number at which the
# console is available on http
#
#@description=The download URL for the EMD Oracle Wallet and its local file location
#
emdWalletSrcUrl=http://DESKTOP-L4I540U:%EM_UPLOAD_PORT%/em/wallets/emd
emdWalletDest=D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/sysman/config/server
#
# Chronos root directory
#
#@description=Chronous Root directory
#
chronosRoot=D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/emd/chronos
#
# other optional parameters for perl tracing
#
# EMAGENT_PERL_TRACE_DIR default to $ORACLE_HOME/sysman/log
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#EMAGENT_PERL_TRACE_DIR =
#
#
# Classpath for host config collection
# VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: If you change the host config classpath entries in this section, you HAVE
# to change the HOST_CONFIG_TEST_CLASSPATH entry in the utl/emdwqaenv file too.
#
# NOTE: if the location of log4j-core.jar is changed
# make sure that appropriate changes are also made
# to the CLASSPATH variable in this file if necessary
# PORTING NOTE: Check OUI-required jar files for OUI APIs to work. They could be different on your platform.
# Also, our version of xmlparserv2.jar must be compatible with the one OUI expects (both OUI and ECM use XML parser).
#
#@description=Classpath for the host config collection
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
hostConfigClasspath=D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/oui/jlib/xmlparserv2.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/oui/jlib/OraInstaller.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/oui/jlib/srvm.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/oui/jlib/share.jar;D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/jlib/emcoreAgent.jar; D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/jlib/emagentRT.jar; D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/jlib/emagentSDK.jar; D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/jlib/log4j-core.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/oui/jlib/orai18n-mapping.jar
# JAVA HOME required for JavaExt metric calls
#
#@description=Java Home.
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
JAVA_HOME=D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/jdk/jre
# CLASSPATH required for JavaExt metric calls
#
#@description=Classpath for JavaExt metric calls
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
CLASSPATH=D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/jdbc/lib/ojdbc5.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/lib/xmlparserv2.jar;D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/jlib/log4j-core.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/jlib/http_client.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/oc4j/j2ee/home/lib/http_client.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/lib/http_client.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/jlib/share.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/jlib/jssl-1_1.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/jlib/javax-ssl-1_1.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/jlib/ojmisc.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/jlib/repository.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/opmn/lib/optic.jar;D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/jlib/emagentRT.jar; D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/jlib/emagentSDK.jar;D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/lib/dmsEmd.jar;D:\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1/sysman/jlib/emcoreAgent.jar
#
# add an additional admin path from which the agent will read additional
# target metadata. The specified path should have the mandatory 4 directories
# under it. 1. metadata 2. scripts 3. default_collection 4. discover
#
#@description=Additional admin path from which the agent will read additional metadata.
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
#altAdminPath = <additional admin path>
#@category=Runtime Settings
#
# To enable the metric browser, uncomment the following line
# This is a reloadable parameter
#
#@description=Enable the metric browser at/emd/browser/main
#@valueType=Boolean
#@LOV=false; true
#@default=false
#
#enableMetricBrowser=true
#
# These are the optional Java flags for the in-process Java
# Native Interface (JNI)
#
#@description=Optional java falgs for the inprocess Java Native Interface.
#@LOV =
#
agentJavaDefines=-Doracle.dms.refresh.wait.time=1000-DUrlTiming. UseJSSE=true-Dnetworkaddress.cache.ttl=1800-Djava.awt.headless=true
#
# this is the java option
#
#@description=Java options
#
#JAVA_OPTIONS =-Xmx128m
#JAVA_OPTIONS =-Djava.awt.headless=true
#
# Agent version compatible flag.
# it can be set to force the agent to behave like an older version of agent
#
#@description=Agent version compatible flag
#
#AGENT_COMPATIBLE_VERSION=4.1
#
# Proxy settings used for fetchlets. not applicable for uploader.
#
#@description=Proxy settings used for the fetchlets.
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
#proxyHost=www-proxy.example.com
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=80
#
#proxyPort=80
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default=example.com
#
#dontProxyFor=.example.com
#
# If it is necessary to go through an http proxy server to get to the
# repository, uncomment the following two lines
#
#@description=Proxy settings to go thru a http prixy server to get to the repository.
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
#REPOSITORY_PROXYHOST =
#REPOSITORY_PROXYPORT =
#REPOSITORY_PROXYREALM=%EM_REPOS_PROXYREALM%
#REPOSITORY_PROXYUSER=%EM_REPOS_PROXYUSER%
#REPOSITORY_PROXYPWD = % EM_REPOS_PROXYPWD OF %
#
# Uncomment this line if you wish EM to collect disk statistics of all disks
# mounted on the box
#
#@description=EM will collect disk statistics of all disks when this falg is true.
#@valueType=Boolean
#@LOV=false; true
#@default=true
#
#EM_MONITOR_ALL_DISKS=true
#
# This parameter controls the number of lines from the nohup file that get sent
# up to the repository when the agent bounces. This value is defaulted to 15 in
# the agent code. The maximum allowed value is 200.
#
#@description=The number of lines from the nohup file that get sent to the repository when agent bounces.
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=15
#
#nohupLastRunLines=15
#
# This property is used by the snmp receivlet module of the agent
# to listen for snmp traps on udp/ip. If this prperty is not defined
# then emd port will be used to listen for traps
#
#@description=Port on which snmp receivelet module of the targets listens for snmp traps.
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
#SnmpRecvletListenNIC=3002
#
# The script to run if disk space usage exceeds parameters or if certain other
# error conditions occur.
#
#@description=Script to run if disk space usage exceeds parameters or if some other error occurs.
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
#emdFailureScript=emdfail.command
#
# The email address for out-of-band notifications
#
#@description=Agent email settings
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
emd_email_address =
emd_email_gateway =
#
# The return email address for out-of-band notifications
#
#@description=Return email address
emd_from_email_address =
#
# Whether the EMD should listen on all NICs on the current host (the default)
# or just the NIC associated with the hostname in EMD_URL
#
#@description=Agent will listen on all NICs
#@valueType=Boolean
#@LOV=false; true
#@default=true
#@migrate=source
#
AgentListenOnAllNICs=TRUE
#
# The health monitor executes callbacks in a separate thread. if for some
# reason the threads spawned from health monitor to execute callbacks are
# hung, the agent could run out of resource and freeze.
# so when the current thread count spawned from the Health monitor reaches
# this limit, the agent is bounced. the default is set to 5.
#
#@description=Maximum number of that can be spawned from health monitor after which agent is bounced.
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=5
#
#MaxHealthMonitorThreads=5
#
#
# when enabled, will combine the metrics with same interval together.
# this use less thread on the system. Default value is 5
#
#@description=The agent clubs together collections with similar intervals and runs them in sequence.
#MaxItemsPerThread=5
# SSL session cache flag
#@description=SSK session cache falg
#@valueType=Boolean
#@LOV=false; true
#@default=false
#
SSLSessionCache=FALSE
# Whether Common Name in the certificate contains wild card (*.example.com e.g.)
#@description=Enable certificate Common Name wile card match
#@valueType=Boolean
#@LOV=false; true
#@default=false
#
#EnableCNWildCard=true
# This parameter enables/disables SSLV2 when agent listening as a server
# Need to restart agent to pick up the change
#@description=Enable or disable SSLV2 in agent listener, requires agent restart
#@valueType=Boolean
#@LOV=false; true
#@default=true
#
#DisableSSLV2=false
# This parameter sets the allowed cipher suites, seperated by ':'
# If not specified, the default list is:
# SSL_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_MD5
# SSL_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_SHA
# SSL_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
# SSL_RSA_WITH_DES_CBC_SHA
# SSL_RSA_EXPORT_WITH_RC4_40_MD5
# SSL_RSA_EXPORT_WITH_DES40_CBC_SHA
#
# the supported list is:
# SSL_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
# SSL_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_SHA
# SSL_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_MD5
# SSL_RSA_WITH_DES_CBC_SHA
# SSL_RSA_EXPORT_WITH_RC4_40_MD5
# SSL_RSA_EXPORT_WITH_DES40_CBC_SHA
# SSL_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
# SSL_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
# SSL_DH_anon_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
# SSL_DH_anon_WITH_RC4_128_MD5
# SSL_DH_anon_WITH_DES_CBC_SHA
#@description=list of allowed cipher suites
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
#SSLCipherSuites =
#Signals that users want to ignore.
#It can be one or combination of SIGTERM, SIGINT
# The signals can listed with ', ' as delimiter.
#
#@description=Signals that user wants to ignore
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
#IgnoreSignals =
#
# dynamicPropReComputeMaxTries-> maximum number of reties for calculating failed
# dynamic properties. The default value is 4 retires.
#@description=Number of recompute tries for critical dynamic properties
#@valueType=Int
#@default=4
#dynamicPropReComputeMaxTries=4
#The number of threads that are evaluating dynamic properties in parallel
propComputeParallelization=10
#
#Do not even show these to the UI
#
#@internal=true
#@category =
#
#
# This string is used by the agent to connect to remote targets
# ***IMPORTANT *** Do not change the contents of this setting. Only the
# install should modify this value.
#
#@description=Agent Seed
#@valueType=String
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
agentSeed =-451962336
#
# To disable Remote operations (non-reachable agent) uncomment the following
# line:
#
#@description =
#disableRemoteOperations=true
#
# This property is NO LONGER USED for host config collection (instead, hostConfigClasspath is used).
# If noone else uses it, it can be removed.
#
ouiLoc=D:/app/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1/oui
# This parameter enables/disables the eons receivelet from subscribing for eons events
# Need to restart agent to pick up the change
#@description=Enable or disable eons receivelet in agent, requires agent restart
#@valueType=Boolean
#@LOV=false; true
#@default=false
#
disableEonsRcvlet=false
#
############################################################################
########################### Modifiable Properties ##########################
############################################################################
#
#@modifiable=true
#
#
#### Tracing related properties
#
#@category=Tracing
#
#
#@advanced=false
#
# emagent perl tracing levels
# supported levels: DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR
# default level is WARN
#
#@description=Tracing setting for perl tracing.
#@valueType=String
#@LOV=ERROR; WARN; INFO; DEBUG
#@default=WARN
#
EMAGENT_PERL_TRACE_LEVEL=WARN
#
# this section define the logging level for each component,
# it is "reloadable", you can change the level at runtime to reset
# the logging level, but if you remove the line, it will not be
# changed.
#
#@description=Tracing Levels for agent subcomponent.
#@valueType=String
#@LOV=FATAL; ERROR; WARN; INFO; DEBUG; DEVTRC
#@default=WARN
#
tracelevel.main=WARN
#tracelevel.emSDK.xml=WARN
#tracelevel.emSDK.utl=WARN
#tracelevel. Dispatcher=WARN
#tracelevel. ThreadPool=WARN
#tracelevel.pingManager=WARN
#tracelevel.collector=WARN
#tracelevel.http=WARN
#tracelevel.http.client=WARN
#tracelevel.browser=WARN
#tracelevel.ssl=WARN
#tracelevel.ssl.io=WARN
#tracelevel.blackouts=WARN
#tracelevel.upload=WARN
#tracelevel.command=WARN
#tracelevel.reload=WARN
#tracelevel.scheduler=WARN
#tracelevel. HealthMonitor=WARN
#tracelevel. Authentication=WARN
#tracelevel.metadata=WARN
#tracelevel.targets=WARN
#tracelevel. TargetManager=WARN
#tracelevel.engine=WARN
#tracelevel.javaproc=WARN
#tracelevel.vpxoci=WARN
#tracelevel.javavm=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.os=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.osline=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.oslinetok=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.snmp=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets. UDM=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.PropsFromAssocTgt=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.sql=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.url=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.urllines=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.urllinetoken=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets. URLTiming=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets. OJMX=WARN
#tracelevel.emd.fetchlets.JMX.generic=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.propEcho=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.readFromFile=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.readMultFromFile=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.throwable=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.resourceGrab=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.statusHang=WARN
#tracelevel.fetchlets.emSDK=WARN
#tracelevel.recvlets=WARN
#tracelevel.recvlets.aq=WARN
#tracelevel.recvlets.snmp=WARN
#tracelevel.recvlets.http=WARN
#tracelevel.recvlets.jni=WARN
#tracelevel.recvlets.eons=WARN
#tracelevel.credproviders=WARN
#tracelevel.utl=WARN
#tracelevel. NLS=WARN
#tracelevel.util.dates=WARN
#tracelevel.util.emdprops=WARN
#tracelevel.util.files=WARN
#tracelevel.util.fileops=WARN
#tracelevel.resman.socket=WARN
#tracelevel.resman.process=WARN
#tracelevel. ResMonitor=WARN
#tracelevel.emtgtctl=WARN
#tracelevel.ojmxtool=WARN
## Advanced Tracing related properties
#@advanced=true
# EMAGENT_PERL_TRACE_FILESIZE default to 5M
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=5
#
#EMAGENT_PERL_TRACE_FILESIZE=5
#
# When set to true, the emd.log and emd.trc file will be appended by a pid
# For example:
# emd_15789.log
# emd_15789.trc
#
# By default, it is not set for regression test purpose.
#
# After installed, please uncomment this line because when EMD is restarted;
# previous log information will be lost if not set to true.
#
#@description=Create log files with PID in the file names
#@valueType=Boolean
#@LOV=false; true
#@default=true
#
#LogFileWithPID=true
# Default log file maximum size before rolling in Kilobytes
#
#@description=log file maximum size before rolling in Kilobytes
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=4096
#
LogFileMaxSize=4096
# Maximum number of log file roll files to maintain before deletion
#
#@description=Maximum number of log file roll files to maintain before deletion
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=4
#
LogFileMaxRolls=4
# Default trace file maximum size before rolling in Kilobytes
#
#@description=trace file maximum size before rolling in Kilobytes
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=4096
#
TrcFileMaxSize=4096
# Maximum number of trace file roll files to maintain before deletion
#
#@description=Maximum number of trace file roll files to maintain before deletion
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=4
#
TrcFileMaxRolls=4
#
#### Schedule and Timeout
#
#@category=Schedules and Timeouts
#
#@advanced=false
# Interval at which agent uploads accumulated data files
#
#@description=Interval at which agent uploads accumulated data files
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
UploadInterval=15
# Time out for the Agent to think that the access to the database could be
# hung. The Agent would not allow more threads to go and hang with a database
# if any one access to the database does not return within DbHangTimeout
# seconds.
# The more the timeout more the possibility of allowing more threads
# to be hung in the EMD with a bad database.it is specified in seconds.
#
#@description=Timeout for the agent to think that access to the databse could be hung.
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=200
#
#DbHangTimeout=200
## Advanced Schedule and Timeout related properties
#@advanced=true
#
#
# Maximum amount of time, in seconds, upload will wait for response from
# repository before timing out.
# 0 means infinite.
#
#@description =
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=1800
#
UploadTimeout=1800
# If an upload fails, we want to backoff by UploadFailBackoff
# percentage more each time for each successive upload failure
# e.g. if we start the retry at 1 minute. If we fail in our next
# upload attempt, we try again 1minute 12 seconds later etc.
#
#@description=On Upload failure, the next upload will be backed of by UploadFailBackoff percent more.
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=20
#
UploadFailBackoffPct = 20
#
# How big the file the collector will upload (in KB)
# the actual file size could be slightly bigger.
# This is only a guidance.
#
#@description =
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=2048
#
UploadFileSize=2048
#
# The maximum number of megabytes (MB) the upload manager will support in the
# upload directory before temporarily disabling collections, logging and tracing
#
#@description =
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=50
#
UploadMaxBytesXML=50
#
# The maximum number of files the upload manager will support in the
# upload directory before temporarily disabling collections, logging and tracing
#
#@description =
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=5000
#
UploadMaxNumberXML=5000
#
# The maximum amount (%) of disk space that can be used on the EMD filesystem
# before the following is disabled:
# - Collection of data (upload manager)
# - Logging and tracing
#@description =
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=98
#
UploadMaxDiskUsedPct=98
#
# The amount (%) of disk space that can be used on the EMD filesystem
# before the following is re-enabled after being disabled previously:
# - Collection of data (upload manager)
# - Logging and tracing
#@description =
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=95
#
UploadMaxDiskUsedPctFloor=95
#
# How long, in minutes, upload manager waits until it schedules recount
# of the XML files in upload directory (defaults to 60 mins)
#
#@description =
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=60
#
UploadFileRecountInterval=60
#
# The interval (in seconds) after which an upload attempt is retried
# owing to an upload already in progression
#
#@description =
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=5
#
#UploadRetryInterval=5
#
# How long (in secs) until a remote operation sumbitted via the dispatcher can
# take before the agent in bounced by the watchdog. This timeout applied to only
# those operation which ought to finish within a certain interval of time
#
#@description=Timeout for a remote operation submitted via the dispatcher
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=300
#
RemoteAPITimeout=300
# The following three properties are for HTTP timeout
# Timeout value for reading Http primary header, default is 30 seconds.
#
#@description=Timeout for reading the HTTP primary header
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=30
#
httpTimeoutPrimaryHeader=30
# Timeout value for reading http secondary headers, default is 30 seconds
#@description=Timeout for reading the HTTP secondary headers.
httpTimeoutSecondaryHeaders=30
# Timeout value for reading http body, default is 60 seconds.
#@description=Timeout for reading the HTTP body.
#@default=60
httpTimeoutBody=60
# Timeout used by ping manager for socket connect and read
#@description=Timeout used by the ping manager for socket connect and read
#@default=30
#PingTimeout=30
#
# Timeout for ping operation.
# HealthMonitor will abort the EMD process and bounce the agent if
# PingManager does not finish a ping request within PingMaxTime minutes
# Watchdog will also try to bounce the agent if last ping attempt was more than
# 2 * PingMaxTime minutes ago in case HealthMonitor was not able to
# bounce agent for some reason
# the default value is 15 Min
#
#@description=Timeout in minutes for Ping operation. Used by watchdog and HealthMonitor
#@default=15
#PingMaxTime=15
#
# Number of attempts by the HealthMonitor when a ping request to the OMS
# times out, before finally shutting down the EMD process.
# Default is 3 times
#
#@description=Number of attempts by health monitor when a ping request times out.
#@default=3
#PingHangMaxAttempts=3
#
# This parameter controls the maximum duration (in seconds) allowed for a host
# monitoring operation performed by nmupm. The default is 15 seconds.
# You can increase this if the monitored box has lots of disks, and nmupm
# timeout errors occur.
#
#@description=Maximum duration in seconds allowed for a host monitoring operation performed by nmupm.
#@default=15
#NMUPM_TIMEOUT=15
#
# This parameter controls the maximum duration (in minutes) allowed for *any*
# collection to take to execute. The default is 720 minutes (12 hours), and it
# is strongly recommended that this value not be set to less than 60.
#
#@description=Maximum duration in mins allowed for any collection to take to execute.
#@default=720
#HungCollectionTimeout=720
#
# This parameter control how long we allow scheduler failed to create thread
# If the scheduler keep failing for more than this number of minutes, the agent
# will exit. Unit = Minute.
#
#@description=Timeout after which the agent will exit if the scheduler keeps failing.
#@default=20
#CannotScheduleThreadTimeout=20
#
# This parameter provides the number of seconds the AQ recvlet will
# wait after first subscribing to the alert queue for all
# pre-subscription alerts to be updated in the dba_outstanding_alerts view
#
#@description =
#@default=30
#queuePropagateWait=30
#
# This parameter provides the number of seconds a discard-state request
# will wait for an AQ recvlet thread to either complete or defer (if the
# target database is not currently up) the request.
#
#@description =
#@default=30
#queueDiscardWait=30
# Timeout value after which the Agent Status reflects that the Agent has stopped accepting all incoming connections
# The default value is set equal to 5 mins.
#
#@description=Timeout in mins after which agent status reflects that the agent has stopped accepting all incoming connections.
#@default=5
#BlockedIncomingReqWarnDelay=5
#
#Timeout for Dynamic property evaluation. This is provided in seconds.
#The dynamicPropsComputeTimeout value applies to all target types unless if a
#target type specific value is provided using the
#dynamicPropsComputeTimeout _ <targetType> = syntax
#
#@description=Timeout for Dynamic property evaluation.
#@default=30
#dynamicPropsComputeTimeout=30
#Requested by RAC team in bug 4423072
#@description=Timeout used for Dynamic property evaluation of RAC Targets.
#@default=120
dynamicPropsComputeTimeout_rac_database=120
#@description=Timeout used for Dynamic property evaluation of cluster Targets.
#@default=120
dynamicPropsComputeTimeout_cluster=120
#bug 4595094
#@description=Timeout used for Dynamic property evaluation of Database Targets.
#@default=120
dynamicPropsComputeTimeout_oracle_database=120
#bug 5016243
#@description=Timeout used for Dynamic property evaluation of OC4J Targets.
#@default=120
dynamicPropsComputeTimeout_oc4jjvm=120
#bug 5638037
#@description=DynamicProperty evaluation timeout value of Microsoft SQL Server
#@default=120
dynamicPropsComputeTimeout_microsoft_sqlserver_database=120
#bug 7282751 (7309413 for 11.2)
#@description=DynamicProperty evaluation timeout value of Host targets
#@default=120
dynamicPropsComputeTimeout_host=120
#bug 8322172
#@description=DynamicProperty evaluation timeout value of ASM targets
#@default=120
dynamicPropsComputeTimeout_osm_instance=120
#
#### Scalability related properties
#
#@category=Scalability
#@advanced=false
#
# This parameter indicates the thread model to use. uncomment one of the
# following ThreadPoolModel line to indicate the model, agent need to use.
# SMALL if number of targets is less than 11.
# MEDIUM if number of targets is from 11 to 50.
# LARGE if number of targets is greater than 50.
# This parameter can be overriden by ' MaxThreads ' which indicates the maximum
# number of threads that CEMD can have running at any point of time. User can
# mostly use the other parameter ThreadPoolModel to indicate what model for the
# agent to use.
#
#@description=Thread model to be used.
#@valueType=String
#@LOV=SMALL; MEDIUM; LARGE
#@default =
#
# ThreadPoolModel = SMALL
# ThreadPoolModel = MEDIUM
# ThreadPoolModel = LARGE
#
#@advanced=true
# This parameter indicates the stack size, threads have to be created with.
# we can set it to 0 to use the OS default value.
#
# In some version of solaris (such as 2.9) specify a stack size may cause Java Hotspot warning
# when JVM is used.
#
#@description=Stack size that threads are to be created with.
#@valueType=Int
#@LOV =
#@default=0
#
NormalThreadStackSize=0
#
# Limit the max number of incoming http connections. If we reach this
# number, no more incoming http request can be acceptedi, except the
# shutdown request from emctl
#
# the default value is 25
#
#@description=Maximum number of incoming http connections.
#@default=25
#MaxInComingConnections=25
#
# The maximum number of Processes can be created. This include Job process and
# process created for collection threads. If we reach this limit, new processes
# will not be created, Collection will be delayed until the outstanding threads
# are below this number again.
#
# the default value is maximum of File descriptors / 4
#
#@description=Maximum number of Processes that can be created.
#@default=64
#MaxSpawnedProcesses=64
#
# The Max OCI session agent will create for a target. (Include Active + Idle)
#
#@description=Maximum OCI session agent will create for a target.
#@default=7
#MaxOCIConnectionPerTarget=7
#
# The interval for cleaning up idle connections in the pool
#
#@description=The interval for cleaning up idle connections in the pool
#@default=60
#OCIPoolCleanupInterval=60
################################
#
#@category=Runtime Settings
#@description =
#@modifiable=true
#@advanced=true
#@valueType=STRING
#@LOV =
#@default =
#
# Put all additional properties here
#
# NOTE: NO PROPERTY METADATA AFTER THIS LINE!!!
# PLEASE PUT THEM INTO PROPERTY SECTION (READ ONLY OR MODIFIABLE PROPS
################################
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Re: Solution of a problem in TimeZone (OracleDBConsoleORCL)

NightSun;

Error that you show is not connected with dbconsole
You try to be connected on BEQ to the protocol, without adjusting variable surroundings
Search for description ORA-12560
Please on , what problems at you, and what for to you dbconsole?