Performance Analysis for Oracle has been installed on a UNIX server and every time it reboots, the StealthCollect processes do not startup automatically.
StealthCollect agent needs to be started on the server, and is not in the server startup scripts.
Starting the Performance Analysis Agent at System Boot (UNIX)
To ensure 24X7 historical recording, the Performance Analysis agent must be automatically started at system boot. This is done by configuring the quest launcher process to start when the system boots. This process is responsible for starting all the Performance Analysis agents on the designated host.
The following sequence does not grant the Performance Analysis agent any additional privileges. A privileged account is needed only for agent registration within the system startup files. The agent continues to execute under the OS account under which it has been installed.
Caution: If you select not to configure the agent to start on system boot, you must manually start the agent upon any system boot.
To automatically start the agent
1. Logon to the Oracle server host as the root account, or any other account with write
privileges on /etc.
2. Enter the following command:
cd <installation directory>/bin
where installation directory is the directory where the product has been installed.
3. Enter the following command:
This will register the Quest Agent Manager launcher service to start at system boot.
4. If you are running a multi-tier configuration, repeat steps 1 through 3 for the middle-tier
This solution applies only to UNIX platforms. On Windows, these settings are not necessary.
Also applies to StealthCollect 3.5