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lab-time: upgrading grid infrastructure (gi) from 12.1 to 18c – the final version

lab-time: upgrading grid infrastructure (gi) from 12.1 to 18c – the final version

In an earlier blogpost, I was playing around in an unsupported way to upgrade my lab Grid Infrastructure from 12.1 to 18c. The problem there was, that the 18c software was not officially available for on-premises installations. Now it is! During my holidays I had a little time to play around with it and this is how I upgraded my cluster. Reading the documentation it seems very easy (and it really is). Unzip the software and run gridsetup.sh. I wouldn’t…

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Exploring 18c exadata functions

Exploring 18c exadata functions

Recently I was granted access to the finest and latest exadata. Unfortunately it’s not mine, but I was asked if I managed to log in remotely as a test. Of course I wanted to test that. As it turned out, it was the very latest build of 18c which is available for exadata. You can find the release schedules for Oracle versions here:  the single-source-of-truth MOS Note: 742060.1 – Release Schedule of Current Database Releases. I realised this was a cool opportunity…

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LAB-time: upgrading Grid Infrastructure (GI) from 12.1 to 18c

LAB-time: upgrading Grid Infrastructure (GI) from 12.1 to 18c

EDIT: This post is meant for playing around and this way is unsupported. The good way of upgrading is described here   First of all I like to start with telling you that this blog-post is intended only for testing, playing, learning,… things. It is not intended for production use and currently 18c is only available for Cloud and engineered systems environments. For on-premises availability check Mike Dietrich’s ( @MikeDietrichDE ) blog here: https://mikedietrichde.com/2018/03/20/when-will-oracle-database-18c-be-available-on-prem/ . There I like his sentence that I…

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