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Apply  CPU July2008  Patch to Data Guard

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Looking for step by step instructions on Applying CPU July2008 Patch to Data Guard. Oracle Version is 10204
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Perhaps the patch release notes that were included in the zip file from Metadata....
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The release notes do not metion Data Guard.
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Kamal, are you thinking perhaps that Data Guard has a critical patch release seperate from the RDBMS one?  If so, I've never heard of it.  My experience has been that all of the product families for a given release are bundled.  For UNIX, p6920066_10204_Unix.zip would contain DG fixes, if any.  I don't mean to frustrate you, 'cause it sounds as if you are familiar with the CPU installation process.
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Thanks. I found the answer.

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You might qualify for a refund of your points if you post a full answer -- it helps other users search and solve subsequent problems.  Glad to have been of help.
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The steps can be found on Oracle Metalink Note: 437276.1
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