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You can choose to install only the software binaries of Enterprise Manager Cloud Control at one point and configure it at a later point in time to work with an existing, certified Oracle Database. This approach enables you to divide the installation process into two phases, mainly the installation phase and the configuration phase. Understandably, the installation phase takes less time compared to the configuration phase because the installation phase involves only copying of binaries. This approach helps you plan your installation according to the time and priorities you have.
Oracle recommends you to run the EM Prerequisite Kit before invoking the installer to ensure that you meet all the repository requirements beforehand. Even if you do not run it manually, the installer anyway runs it in the background while installing the product. However, running it manually beforehand sets up your Management Repository even before you can start the installation or upgrade process. For information on the kit, to understand how to run it, and to know about the prerequisite checks it runs, see Overview of the EM Prerequisite Kit in the Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Basic Installation Guide.
If some checks result in Warning or Failed status, then investigate and correct the problems before you proceed with the installation. The screen provides details on why the prerequisites failed and how you can resolve them. After you correct the problems, return to this screen and click Rerun to check the prerequisites again.
If there's a Release Update available and you want to apply the Release Update on top of the 13c Enterprise Manager main release, you can do it at this point of the installation process. For details, see Apply Release Update.
Oracle recommends you to run the EM Prerequisite Kit before invoking the installer to ensure that you meet all the repository requirements beforehand. Even if you do not run it manually, the installer anyway runs it in the background while installing the product. However, running it manually beforehand sets up your Management Repository even before you can start the installation or upgrade process. For information on the kit, to understand how to run it, and to know about the prerequisite checks it runs, see the Enterprise Manager Basic Installation Guide.
Enter the absolute path leading up to a unique directory name on the OMS host where the Software Library can be configured. Ensure that the location you enter is a mounted location on the OMS host, and is placed outside the Middleware Home. Also ensure that the OMS process owner has read/write access to that location. Configuring on a mounted location helps when you install additional OMS instances as they will require read/write access to the same OMS Shared File System storage location.
"The UNI token is initially launching via a community airdrop and liquidity mine, which started on 18 September 2020. The genesis supply of UNI is 1 billion, which will gradually enter into circulation."
"There is no off switch or upgrade lever -- Uniswap v1 will run as long as there are traders and liquidity providers. So far, Uniswap v2 has attracted $11m in liquidity and $1m of daily trading volume (source). The team's launch and migration efforts have migrated over 20% of liquidity so far. For reference, Black Thursday saw the platform's liquidity drop 13% (in ETH terms) as LPs liquidated their positions."
"Anyone can lock collateral into a specific Uniswap Pool and earn a portion of the 0.3% liquidity fee incurred on all exchange transactions. For those unfamiliar with this process, suppliers *lock* collateral in return for a liquidity token which can be redeemed at any time."
"A Uniswap V3 fork called HolaSwap has launched on Binance Smart Chain. As Uniswap V3's source code is protect by copyright, there could be legal ramifications if the anonymous developers are traced."
For those that missed it, Uniswap V2 will feature an optional protocol charge where the liquidity provider fee can shift from 0.30% down to 0.25% with the remaining 0.05% directed to a treasury where allocations will be determined via a decentralized governance process.
"There was about $810M of tokens in SushiSwap, or 55% of Uniswap liquidity, when the migration started earlier today. By the end of the process, value in SushiSwap had increased to about $860M, according to DeBank. Total value locked in Uniswap has more than halved since yesterday to $430M, today according to DeFi Pulse."