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How I can update the following server role from M_IT to MD_IT in oracle, what command I need to use?
 
HOSTNAME        ROLE         ENV             SAGROUP         LGROUP
--------------- ------------ --------------- --------------- ----------
s6       M_IT         a4
s7        M_IT         a4
 
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update table your_table set role = 'MD_IT' where role = 'M_IT'
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