Re: How Can I ...
- From: Gene Poole <gene.poole@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 13:43:00 -0400
Craig White wrote:
I would probably do preupgrade which would essentially download just
about everything needed and then have you reboot to get it installed,
perhaps 45 minutes to 2 hours downtime.
It's not clear what your concern is with Oracle 11g install...is it
because you want to keep it online? If so, you will have to have some
downtime regardless of the method of upgrade (i.e. DVD upgrade or
preupgrade). Perhaps a yum upgrade would give you the least amount of
downtime but I would think that during the time that yum is
processing/installing, performance from the Oracle server would be
If you have other concerns regarding upgrading a system with Oracle, you
probably would want to be more specific.
In the past, every time the Oracle server machine was upgraded, the
process was to do a full (cold) database backup; A complete OS install; A
complete Oracle install; then a full database restore.
Very, very time consuming and always the question - What was missed? It's
not a requirement to stay online, but a real great advancement would be to
go from 2-days to 4-hours!
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