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How to Determine the List of Patch Set Update (PSU) Applied to the Enterprise Manager OMS and Agent Oracle Homes (Doc ID 1358092.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 10, 2023

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version to [Release 10.2 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


To determine the PSU or Bundle Patch level of the EM 13c OMS or Agent, see the following article:

<Note 2319892.1> EM 13c: How to Determine the Patch Set Update (PSU) Applied to the Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud Control OMS and the Bundle Patch applied to Plug-ins and Agent

For information regarding recommended patches for Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud Control, see the following references:

<Note 822485.1> Oracle Recommended Patches (PSU) for Enterprise Manager Base Platform (All Releases)
<Note 2219797.1> Enterprise Manager 13.2 Main Bundle Patch List
<Note 2124038.1> Enterprise Manager 13.1 Primary Bundle Patch List

Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Administrator's Guide
Release 13.2
Chapter 24 Patching Oracle Management Service and the Repository


Applying a Patch Set Update (PSU) to the OMS or Agent Oracle_Home changes the value of the
fifth digit in the complete version number of the product => 'x' in the format number below :

The OMS or Agent version number is always seen as / in both places a) and b) despite any PSU applied.

This document provides the steps for finding the list of PSU patches applied to the Enterprise Manager OMS and Grid Agent Oracle homes.


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In this Document
 Solution A - Using opatch command for all EM versions 10g, 11g, 12c
 Solution B - For OMS 11g : Using "emctl getversion oms" command and Patch 12434517 applied
 Solution C - Reference List of OMS and Agent PSU Patches
 EM 12c : List of OMS and Agent PSU Patches
 EM 11g and 10g : List of OMS and Agent PSU Patches

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