Registering a server

Registering a server

  • Ensure that you have root user privileges or you are a registered Oracle user for the server you intend to register and that root has SSH access.

  • Ensure that you have RMC-O client installed on the server that you intend to register.

  • You can register a server that is running SLES 11 and SLES 12, RHEL, and OEL versions 6.6 onwards (U1 and U2).

  • Only the 64–bit (x86_64) platform is supported for server registration. The 32–bit (i386, i686, and so on) platforms are not supported.

  • You cannot use virtual entities of RAC like SCAN, VIPs for registration.

  1. Click the main menu and then click Oracle Databases > Servers.
  2. On the master pane of the Servers screen, click + Servers.
  3. Select the Server type. For example Application, Backup, NBU Master server, or Backup + NBU master server.



    The backup server can also be legacy RMO backup server having catalog repository information.

  4. Provide the following details:
    1. IP Address or Host Name — IP address or host name of the server to be configured for backup in RMC-O.

      If you intend to use the hostname for registration purpose, configure the DNS appropriately.

    2. Username — User name of the server. The user can either be be the root user or a valid Oracle user.
    3. Password — User password.
    4. Description — Description or additional comments about the server.
  5. Click Add.