admin on March 2nd, 2010

I’ve found a bug inside a on line 58: echo ”       -s             for sqlplus login connection and return time in second” in particular there was an escape character and the line appear so: echo ”       -s             for sqlplus login connection and return time in seco without a correct termination, pleas download the new release […]

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admin on February 25th, 2010

In this release i have correct the item template and removed some useless query and item never used. NOTICE: all this work is tested and run correctly on zabbix server 1.6.6 i still have this release (that is mine production release)  so i didn’t try mine work on zabbix server 1.8.1 New release is avalable […]

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admin on February 5th, 2010

In this release is included a new item and graph that is used to monitor archivelog production on a database. In particular i’m going to get an average value that is calculate on a slice of  10 minutes. So you can monitor your archivelog production, this is really useful if you have an Oracle DataGuard […]

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admin on February 2nd, 2010

New minor release of mine zabbix plug-in is out, downloadable from: if someone has something to add please contact me. now work better, some news are coming to monitor directoly inside zabbix oracle export, oracle export datapump, and rman backup status, with log history, errors etc, also an integration between zabbix and oracle alertlog  […]

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This script was made  to monitor errors on oracle alert log. This script just look on alert log of eache instance monitor  and if find an error send an appropriate email, with the error in attach. Installation ———– To install this script add in /etc/fstab one line like thisone: //<SERVERNAME>.<DOMAIN>/c$/oracle/product/10.2.0/admin /mnt/oracle/<SERVERNAME>  cifs domain=<DOMAIN>,user=<USERNAME>,pass=<PASSWORD>,ro With this […]

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