Exalogic Patch Set Update (PSU) Release 126.96.36.199.190716 PSU (Linux - Physical) for July 2019
(Doc ID 2562223.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 07, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software - Version 188.8.131.52.0 and later
Exalogic Elastic Cloud X3-2 Hardware
Exalogic Elastic Cloud X4-2 Hardware
Exalogic Elastic Cloud X5-2 Hardware
Exalogic Elastic Cloud X6-2 Hardware
Oracle Exalogic is an integrated hardware and software system designed to provide a complete platform for a wide range of application types and widely varied workloads. It combines optimized Oracle Fusion Middleware software like WebLogic server, Java, Coherence with industry-standard Sun Server and Storage hardware and InfiniBand networking. The purpose of this document is to provide specific information around July 2019 Patch Set Update (PSU) for that system.
THIS JULY 2019 PSU IS ONLY FOR THE EXALOGIC RACK PHYSICAL IS RUNNING ON VERSION 184.108.40.206.0 & THIS PSU IS NOT APPLICABLE TO EXALOGIC PHYSICAL RACK RUNNING ON VERSION 220.127.116.11.X
The target audience of this document are engineers and system administrators who plan to apply the Exalogic PSU.
This document provides the following:
- README files that are included in the July 2019 PSU for convenience. These can be used for reference without having to download the PSU first.
- Known issues with the PSU - these provide a list of known issues along with workarounds/solutions, if available. Engineers and administrators planning to apply the PSU should ensure to review these before applying the PSU.
This document will be kept up-to-date with updates to errata and known issues.
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In this Document
|Patch Readme Documentation|
|Appendix A: Fixed Bugs List|
|Appendix B: Patching Known Issues|
|Appendix C: Released Software and Firmware Versions|
|Appendix D: FAQs and Troubleshooting Guide|
|Information About Usage Of Exapatch Force ( -f or --force ) Option Used During Exalogic Patching|