My Oracle Support Banner Enterprise Manager Base Platform Patch Set Update (PSU) (Doc ID 2492746.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 08, 2022

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Details Manager Base Platform Patch Set Update (PSU)

For more information on the PSU naming convention, see My Oracle Support Note 2061926.1 - "Oracle Database, Enterprise Manager and Middleware - Change to Patch Numbering from Nov 2015 on-ward"


What is being announced?

This note gives a brief overview of the Enterprise Manager Base Platform Patchset Update  (PSU, version

This PSU is an OMS patch only and is a System Patch.

This PSU should be installed on top of Enterprise Manager Base Platform




For installation details, please check the following document:


Ensure that you have the latest version of OPatch and OMSPatcher version
If you are not sure about the OPatch and the OMSPatcher version you have, you should download the latest versions. To download, follow the instructions outlined in the My Oracle Support <Note 224346.1> and <Note 2203007.1> respectively.


Known Issues

There are no known issues at the time of release for this PSU.


Bug Fix List - OMS Oracle Home PSU

Only security vulnerabilities were fixed in this patch.  For more information on security vulnerabilities, see


Table 1 Issues Fixed in Oracle Management Service 13c Release 3 Patch Set Update 190115 (

Bug Number Functional Area Description


Blackout system

Cluster target under Blackout whereas its instances are not showing under Blackout


Blackout system

Generic Service Targets reporting Clear when Target is under Blackout


Blackout system

Retroactive Blackout outage causing ORA-1 primary key violation


Blackout system

Creating Retroactive Blackout Causing ORA-1 primary key violation


Configuration Management

Drift comparison results not refreshed after target configuration changes


Metrics system

Metric Extension Created was not available to add in Monitoring Template



Once an Agent resync fails, all subsequent resync would keep the Agent blocked






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