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Configuring RedHat for Oracle Enterprise Manager agent install

So, I had to get Oracle Enterprise Manager Agent going on bunch of servers running RedHat 5.8. The agent would be pushed out to the client servers using OEM. I guess I had seen a better thought out software in my time. Anyways, the environment was fairly restrictive. Thankfully, the machines were managed using RedHat […]

Posted on November 30, 2012 at 12:23 by somedude · Permalink · Leave a comment
In: centos, linux, linux tips, oracle, redhat, security

Very basic SELinux troubleshooting

SELinux has been around for a while in RedHat. SELinux is Mandatory Access Control mechanism. Starting with RedHat 6, the installer automatically sets SELinux to enforcing mode. When troubleshooting something SELinux is one more thing to keep in mind. If you are fixing something and you booted with SELinux disabled, all files created since you […]

Posted on October 31, 2011 at 21:01 by somedude · Permalink · One Comment
In: centos, linux, linux tips, redhat, security, selinux