This is an Early Availability draft of the documentation. This documentation is not final and it will get updated until the General Availability of the feature.
Re-register Oracle server
If you have migrated a registered Oracle server in Phoenix to a new server(replacement server), either as a part of your hardware refresh cycle or for disaster recovery purposes, you can use the Re-register Server option to replace the existing server with the replacement server in Phoenix.
- Log in to the Phoenix Management Console, select the organization from the menu bar, and click Protect > Oracle > Direct to Cloud.
The Oracle Servers page opens.
- In the Server Name column select the server, and click the more icon, and click Re-register Server.
- On the Re-register Server dialog box, read the message, and click Yes.
The Register Oracle Server page opens.
- In the Download and install Oracle agent on the server section, click Download to download the package.
- After you download the agent installer, install the Phoenix agent on your Oracle server and activate the server. For more information, see Install the agent and register Oracle Server.
Before deleting an Oracle server from Phoenix Management Console, ensure that you have deleted all of its configured databases. After deleting all the configured databases, the configuration status of the server changes to Unconfigured. If you are a cloud administrator, you can delete a server at any time. If you are a group administrator, you can delete a server that belongs to the administrator group that you manage. After you delete a server, Phoenix purges the backup data of that server from the warm storage, thus freeing up space.
You can delete a server in the following scenarios:
- You configured servers during evaluation, and you now want to reclaim the storage consumed.
- You are planning to deprecate servers, and you no longer need to keep data.
- You are planning to replace servers, and a backup of the replacement servers might consume additional storage for the same data.
- You no longer want to back up a server.