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database upgradation from 9i to 11g

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hi i want to upgrade database from 9i to 11g on ibm aix server, what should be the steps and after upgradation how do apply dst patches and bug fixing patches.
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Install 11g and apply all available patches and then upgrade the database server. So that you don't have to deal with patches after the upgrade.

Check this link http://blogs.oracle.com/UPGRADE/ for more information and also for Q&A.
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you can upgrade from 9i to 11gR2

Instructions will be included with the installation files  but are also available from otn

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e17222/toc.htm
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installation instructions for each patch are included with each patch

often there is little more than invoking opatch for the oracle home your are patching

since patches are only available from the Oracle Support site (formerly known as metalink) the actual instructions may not be reproduced here.  But, as stated, the full instructions are included in each patch's zip file
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