In case, your target systems have no support for SSH, you can use agentDeploy script to deploy Management Agents. To be able to use this method, you need to create a user for management agent and create required directories and give permission to the Management agent user.

Let’s say we’ll create a group named “oinstall” and a user named “oracle” belongs to this group, and install the agent software to “/u01/agent”. Login as root user and issue the following commands:

Of course, I assume that you don’t have oracle user and oinstall group, and there’s no directory named “/u01/agent”. Instead of creating new user, group and directory, you can use an existing user, group and directory (if the directory is empty). Do not forget to check if OMS and target system can resolve each other’s host name!

Login to the OMS host as oracle user (again I assume you used oracle to install OMS), and log in to OEM using emcli:

Oracle documents sugget us to synchronize EMCLI:

List the platforms for which the Management Agent software is available on the OMS host:

Create the installation package for the Management Agent software in a directory on the OMS host:

You’ll have a new file in the destination directory. Its name will be something like 12.1.0.2.0_AgentCore_XXX.zip. Transfer this file to the target system. You may use ftp, scp or put that file to a shared directory and copy to target system. Then extract the zip file (on target system):

Enter the agentsetup directory and edit the agent response file:

Modify the response file according to your OMS configuration:

Run the agentDeploy.sh script to deploy the agent:

After the script is completed successfully, open a new terminal window, login as “root” and run the configuration script (the location of the script is written in the output of agentDeploy.sh):

You can check the agent’s status:

2 Responses to “Deploying Management Agent Using agentDeploy Script”

  1. Can the agent be deployed in Aix Power system my OMS is  running on Linux emcli get_supported_platforms does not list for AIX. Does that mean 12.0.1.3 cannot be downloaded for AIX

    • You need to download agent for AIX and import to OMS server. then you should be able to get support image for Linux.

      HTH.

      Ricky

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