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Oracle Database 19c Release Update & Release Update Revision January 2023 Known Issues (Doc ID 19202301.9)

Last updated on MAY 23, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Standard Edition
Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition
Oracle Database Cloud Schema Service
Oracle Database Backup Service
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - Database Service
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Database patch bundles that were released on January 17, 2023 for Release 19c were:

Name Download Link
Database Release Update <Patch 34765931>
Grid Infrastructure Release Update <Patch 34762026>
OJVM Release Update <Patch 34786990>
Database Release Update Revision <Patch 34771828>
Grid Infrastructure Release Update Revision <Patch 34774469>
(there were no OJVM Release Update Revisions for Jan 2023)  
Microsoft Windows 32-Bit & x86-64 Bundle Patch <Patch 34750795>

This is the Known Issues note for the patches listed above. These known issues are in addition to the issues listed:

Beginning with the October 2022 patching cycle, 19c RURs will no longer be provided for 19.17.0 and above. No additional RURs will be delivered on any platform after the delivery of Oracle Database 19c RUR 19.16.2 in January, 2023. Refer to Sunsetting of 19c RURs and FAQ (<Note 2898381.1>) for further details.

To provide customers more frequent access to recommended and well-tested collections of patches, Oracle is pleased to introduce Monthly Recommended Patches (MRPs) starting in Nov 2022. MRPs are supported only on the Linux x86-64 platform. Refer to Introducing Monthly Recommended Patches (MRPs) and FAQ (<Note 2898740.1>) for further details.


This known issues document will be of interest to Database Administrators who are responsible for bundle patching for Oracle Database / Grid Infrastructure / OJVM Release 19c.


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 Oracle Database 19c RU, RUR, and BP Jan 2023 Known Issues
 1 Known Issues
 2 Modification History
 3 Documentation Accessibility

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