Today’s post is a very simple one, once seems sometimes a simple and success case post is appreciated. So, how to generate a Sundiag Report for Oracle?
First, what is a Sundiag?
It consists in an Oracle hardware healthcheck list to be run on your environment. It doesn’t give us any report, but is usually requested by Oracle on SRs related to network, disk I/O or any other possible hardware/firmware related issue.
So, how to do it? Simple like this (the path is always the same):
[root@greporacel01 ~]# cd /opt/oracle.SupportTools/ [root@greporacel01 oracle.SupportTools]# /opt/oracle.SupportTools/sundiag.sh Oracle Exadata Database Machine - Diagnostics Collection Tool Gathering Linux information Skipping ILOM collection. Use the ilom or snapshot options, or login to ILOM over the network and run Snapshot separately if necessary. /tmp/sundiag_greporacel01_1108FMM0FF_2017_01_01_02_17 Gathering Cell information Generating diagnostics tarball and removing temp directory ==================================================================== Done. The report files are bzip2 compressed in /tmp/sundiag_greporacel01_1108FMM0FF_2017_01_01_02_17.tar.bz2 ==================================================================== [root@greporacel01 oracle.SupportTools]#
Now you just need to pick this generated file and add to your SR. Simple right?
Hope it helps!