These release notes provide information about the Spotlight® on Oracle release.
Spotlight is a powerful diagnostic and resolution tool for Oracle databases. Its unique user interface provides you with an intuitive, visual representation of the activity on your database. Graphical flows illustrate the rate at which data is moving between database components. Icons display the value of key statistics and metrics.
Spotlight on Oracle is used to diagnose the performance of Oracle instances running on individual host machines. It also includes the following products:
Spotlight on Oracle RAC requires additional licensing. It enables the diagnosis of Oracle databases on multiple host machines under the Real Application Clusters (RAC) architecture and additionally may include monitoring of Exadata systems depending on the license purchased.
Spotlight on Oracle 10.10
Security: Spotlight on Oracle is now FIPS 140-2 compliant.
Spotlight on Oracle 10.9
Linux Monitoring: Spotlight on Oracle 10.9 now supports monitoring Linux operating systems based on 4.x kernels.
Spotlight on Oracle 10.8
Spotlight on Oracle 10.8 now supports monitoring Oracle 19c databases and connecting to the Oracle 19c client.
The following is a list of issues addressed and enhancements implemented in this release.
|Change the XML parser configuration to disallow external entities.||TMB-3054 SOO-2885|
|Create a warning for users when making an unencrypted connection to a database.||TMB-3055 SOO-2886|
|Fixed an issue where connect to RAC connection failed if the OS language is set to Chinese.||TMB-3637 SOO-2905|
MySQL monitoring are no longer supported.