I created a new oc4j application container called "TestMonitor" on my OAS server to test the WTA. When I was done testing, I deleted the application from OAS. Now, my OAS monitor says that it is in a critical condition because the "TestMonitor" application is down. Yep, it's down... because I deleted it. How do I clear that application out of the monitor?
For now follow bellow steps to clear the status of the monitor:
Go to the Oracle Application Server monitor page ->Click Configure Alarm link below the 'Today's Availablity' chart->choose Health in dropdown-> expand 'Show Advanced option'-> under configure dependencies remove the 'Health(processname)' from right hand side to left hand side box and save the page.
Please log a ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org with the screenshot of the OPMN Process Memory Stats displayed and also let us know the build number of your installation.
The latest is 10100. We have included some fixes we detected from customer environments to 10100. It is recommended to upgrade to latest build. However it is not related to the issue we have been discussing. I will send you the steps to upgrade in the ticket you have put in.
I followed your instructions above to clear entries for applications that have been removed from a server, and that works for the most part, and removed it from most areas, but when looking at an Oracle Application Server monitor, in the OPMN Process Memory Stats section, where it displays the pie graph, that entry that I removed using your method above is still shown. Please see the attached screenshot.
We cannot delete the disabled OC4J instances as they are internally mapped with other configurations of the OAS monitor.
However we can remove it by running some queries on the Applications Manager DB. Is it possible to join a remote session? Or just send me an email to the existing email thread and I can send you instruction to clear this.
Thanks & Regards, Paul Jacob
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