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Upgrading Patches

Currently I am running Oracle 9i (9.2.0.1.0) and in the process of upgrading to 9.2.0.8.  Can I go straight to 8 from 1 or do I need to install another patch first?  Are there any tips or suggestions that I need to know b/f I start this procedure?  Please advise.

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gdlp2004
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NicksonKohCommented:
Hi gdlp2004,

You can go straight from 1 to 8. Advise is do it in test first before doing it for production.

Cheers
Nickson
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ceecilCommented:
before you go from 9.2.0.1.0 to 9.2.0.8.0 You should first consider the implications of other components that will or may have to work with Oracle.

If this is purely Oracle, then you should not have a problem.

if you are using Oracle and a GLOBAL oracle application, then you would need to first confirm compatibilties. As of now, I don't see you having any problem. So, you can go ahead and do the patch.

Keep in mind the following.

IMPORATNT:  SHUT DOWN ALL ORACLE SERVICES before applying the patch
                     YOU MAY HAVE TO SHUTDOWN Distrubuted Transaction processing Services in Windows.

1. Back up your system, Oracle DB and control and archive files. (MUST)
2. Back up the registry and preferably the inventory under Program files\Oracle.
3. YOU CANNOT UNDO the patch after you move to a higher version number.
4. Make sure that you patch the Database server side first.
5. Make sure that you then patch each existing database after that.



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