I know it may look strange to start at the horses tail - but this way we make sure we don't have to "hop around". The work on the web server needs to be done so the remote OS can transfer the data here. And on that OS, the directories need to exist so the database can store them. So trust me, and let's start here.
This task is quite easy: Just copy the files and directories from the
Task 1 of 3 is hereby completed - now we can switch to the database machines.
On the OS level, we need to:
When this is done, run the script once manually to verify it works. The manual run is further necessary since the first run probably requires some interaction: If you never connected to the web server from here, SSH will ask your confirmation to connect to that host.
Finally we get to the installation of the PL/SQL package into the database to be
monitored. As we need to gather information from the system views, the database
user must have certain privileges. The script provided in