Database deployments of single-instance databases on Oracle Database Cloud Service include Oracle DBaaS Monitor, a built-in monitor that provides a wide spectrum of information about Oracle Database and operating system status and resource usage.

You can access Oracle DBaaS Monitor in the following ways:

  • Using the “Open DBaaS Monitor Console” menu item
  • Using a direct URL
  • Using an SSH tunnel

Using the “Open DBaaS Monitor Console” Menu Item to Access Oracle DBaaS Monitor

  1. Open the Services page of the Oracle Database Cloud Service console.
  2. From the Menu icon menu for the deployment, select Open DBaaS Monitor Console.
  3. If your browser displays a warning that your connection is not secure or not private, use the browser’s advanced option to continue.
  4. When prompted for a user name and password, enter dbaas_monitor as the user name and the password specified during the database deployment creation process, and then click OK.

The Open DBaaS Monitor Console menu item is also available on the Overview page in the Menu icon menu next to the deployment’s name.

Using a Direct URL to Access Oracle DBaaS Monitor

  1. In your web browser, go to the following URL:

    where node-ip-address is the IP address of the deployment’s compute node as listed on the deployment’s Overview page.

  2. If your browser displays a warning that your connection is not secure or not private, use the browser’s advanced option to continue.
  3. When prompted for a user name and password, enter dbaas_monitor as the user name and the password specified during the database deployment creation process, and then click OK.

Using an SSH Tunnel to Access Oracle DBaaS Monitor

  1. Create an SSH tunnel to port 443 on the compute node hosting Oracle DBaaS Monitor.
  2. After creating the SSH tunnel, direct your browser to the URL https://localhost/dbaas_monitor.
  3. When prompted for a user name and password, enter dbaas_monitor as the user name and the password specified during the database deployment creation process, and then click OK.

In Next article we will see usage of DBAAS Monitor.

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