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Any problems with MOS today [message #689266] Thu, 02 November 2023 06:29 Go to next message
John Watson
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Hello, people - is anyone having issues with Support today? I'm finding it really slow, having to login repeatedly, windows coming up blank. Is it just me, or is there a general problem?

I did wonder if it could be related to where I am, there is a massive storm hitting parts of the Isle of Wight today: trees blown over, power cuts, and so on. Though where I live, it is actually quite nice at the moment.
Re: Any problems with MOS today [message #689267 is a reply to message #689266] Thu, 02 November 2023 06:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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This happened to me these last 2 days when I tried to download the latest RU for Windows so nothing related to storm.

Re: Any problems with MOS today [message #689268 is a reply to message #689267] Thu, 02 November 2023 07:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
John Watson
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Ah, right. Speaking of Windows, for me there's an issue applying the latest RU and OJVM. The prereq check for the 19.21 BP fails because of a conflict with 19.20 OJVM, and tells you to raise a TAR requesting a merge patch of 35354406 and 35681552. So I did that, and have this response:
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Hi John,

It is an known issue on Windows platform, you can follow the below steps for patch installation.


>Rollback the conflicting OJVM bundle patch 35354406 from oracle home
>Startup the database in upgrade mode
>Execute the "datapatch -verbose" to rollback the OJVM bundle patch from database
>Execute the "utlrp.sql" on the database to validate any invalid objects on the database.
>Apply the OCT 2023 Database bundle patch 35681552
>Apply the OCT 2023 OJVM bundle patch 35648110
>Startup the database in upgrade mode and execute the "datapatch -verbose" to perform the post patch installation of OJVM followed by Database bundle patch.
>Execute the "utlrp.sql" on the database to validate any invalid objects on the database.

You can refer the below document for more details.
Windows: Bundle Patch Conflicts with OJVM Patch ( Doc ID 2022382.1 )

Thank you
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Muthu
"known issue"???? So why didn't they mention this in the readme?
I can't see why he is saying to run datapatch with the DB open upgrade, surely upgrade mode hasn't been needed for a few releases now.
Re: Any problems with MOS today [message #689269 is a reply to message #689268] Thu, 02 November 2023 07:26 Go to previous message
Michel Cadot
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I had this issue for almost all first RUs in any 12.2.* (12.2, 18, 19) versions so now I systematically first rollback the previous OJVM patch before applying the DB bundles and OJVM upgrades without checking if there is a conflict or not.

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