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Re: CPU April 2005 patching madness

Jared Still

2005-05-31

Replies:
The resolution to this problem was to unset ORACLE_HOME
in the system variables and bounce the server.
I know that ORACLE_HOME is not required or recommended on Windows
servers, but I have never encountered a problem with it before, even on
multi-homed Oracle boxes.

Thanks everyone for your suggestions. A couple of you thought it might
be the ORACLE_HOME system variable; nice call.

Jared


On 5/23/05, Jared Still <jkstill@(protected):
>
>
> Boy, do I love patching.
>
> Especially Oracle.
>
> Especially Oracle on Windows.
>
> You could refer to it as the Full Employment for DBA's Under Pressure act.
>
> Having made the determination to patch the 9.2.0.6 <http://9.2.0.6>databases on a
> new server that is supposed to go live at the end of this week ( OK, it
> was determined for me. I didn't really want to) I began the patching
> task Friday Evening, having first practiced it on a test server.
>
> There are three Oracle Homes on this Win23k Server, and three
> Oracle databases.
>
> Let's call them dev, qa and prd for simplicity.
>
> Applying the patch on dev and qa went fairly smoothly.
>
> ...


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