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Goal of the views and approach
Troubleshooting Oracle inventory issues can be fastidious, particularly when it come to analyzing the logs, discovered device detail per discovered device detail.
The SQL view, that can be implemented on premise, catches all servers from the “All Discovered Devices” that are flagged as having Oracle installed. It also catches computers that may have Oracle Unspecified Edition Installed and are not in this list, it then brings the following data:
List of inventoried instances
Log if the last Oracle inventory failed
Last Oracle log for the server
Last Discovery date
The report parses the error logs and prioritizes the issues:
Agent has identified Oracle from OUI evidences and no instance has been inventoried.
Oracle has been correctly recognized (with an edition) but no instance has been inventoried.
The server seems not inventoried and seems to have Oracle Installed from Discovery Information. Deploy and agent
No Instance was Inventoried and Invalid Credentials. OS Authentication not enabled?
It looks like standby data guard instances have not been inventoried (db not in Open state)
Some instances have been inventoried on the server, but others have failed in the last inventory