Check Ports in use by OEM

So, how to quickly check which ports are indeed in use by OEM?

Easy:

[oracle@greporasrv ~]$ cat $OMS_HOME/install/portlist.ini
Enterprise Manager Upload Http Port=4889
Enterprise Manager Upload Http SSL Port=4903
OHS Http Port=9788
BI Publisher Http Port=9701
Enterprise Manager Central Console Http SSL Port=7802
Node Manager Http SSL Port=7403
BI Publisher Http SSL Port=9803
OHS Http SSL Port=9851
Managed Server Http Port=7202
Oracle Management Agent Port=3872
Enterprise Manager Central Console Http Port=7788
Admin Server Http SSL Port=7102
Managed Server Http SSL Port=7301

Hope it helps!

Exadata: 7 Useful Commands to check Port/Sensor Alarms

Hello all!

This days I had an alarm with message below:

Message=The aggregate sensor /SYS/CABLE_CONN_STAT has a fault.

There is some useful commands I used to verify all ports/sensors in my exadata cluster.

In summary, these commands:
1) Use Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) to read the Sensor Data Record (SDR) repository
2) Use Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) to view the ILOM SP System Event Log (SEL)
3) Display all host nodes with ibhosts
4) Use ibcheckstate to scan InfiniBand fabric and validate the port logical and physical state
5) Use ibcheckerrors to scan InfiniBand fabric and validate the connectivity as described in the topology file
6) Checking for sensor healthy from switch
7) Check the overall health of the InfiniBand switch, on the Exadata switch itself

The Commands are:

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