Example: Manually Apply a 12c GI PSU/Interim or DB Interim Patch in Standalone Environment
(Doc ID 1595408.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 14, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 18.104.22.168 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This is an example of manually applying a 22.214.171.124 Grid Infrastructure PSU in GI Standalone (Oracle Restart) environment. The example was on Linux but steps are the same for other platforms.
Note: it's recommended to use opatchauto when possible, this procedure should only be used when opatchauto fails.
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|1. Download the latest opatch|
|2. Create OCM response file|
|3. Download the PSU and unzip as grid user.|
|4. Apply the patch|
|4.1. Apply to both GI and DB home|
|4.1.1. Execute "roothas.pl -prepatch" as root user from GI home:|
|4.1.2. As grid user apply all sub-patches in the GI PSU (OCW, ACFS and DB, <note 1595371.1>) to GI home|
|4.1.3. As oracle user apply all but ACFS sub-patches in the GI PSU (<note 1595371.1>) to DB home|
|4.1.4. As the root user complete the patching|
|4.2. Apply to GI home only|
|4.2.1. Execute "roothas.pl -prepatch" as root user from GI home:|
|4.2.2. As grid user apply all sub-patches in the GI PSU (OCW, ACFS and DB, <note 1595371.1>)|
|4.2.3. As the root user complete the patching|
|4.3. Apply to DB home only|
|4.3.1. Save DB home state|
|4.3.2. Execute prepatch.sh from GI PSU sub-patch directory to save DB home configuration|
|4.3.3. Apply all but ACFS sub-patches in the GI PSU (<note 1595371.1>)|
|4.3.4. Execute postpatch.sh from GI PSU sub-patch directory to restore DB home configuration|
|4.3.5. Restart resources in DB home|
|5. Execute datapatch if necessary|
|Log file location|