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OPATCHAUTO-72085 Combo OJVM apply with opatchauto (Doc ID 2172341.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 18, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 12.1.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

While applying latest Combo OJVM PSU ,it was failing as one of patch components metadata set to false for rolling. 

com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.OPatchAutoException: OPATCHAUTO-72085: Execution mode invalid.
OPATCHAUTO-72085: Cannot execute in rolling mode, as execution mode is set to non-rolling for some of the patches.
OPATCHAUTO-72085: Execute in non-rolling mode.
at com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.db.integration.model.productsupport.topology.AbstractTopologyBuilder.buildTopology(AbstractTopologyBuilder.java:112)
at com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.db.integration.model.productsupport.topology.CRSTopologyBuilder.buildTopology(CRSTopologyBuilder.java:100)
at com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.db.integration.model.productsupport.DBBaseProductSupport.loadTopology(DBBaseProductSupport.java:152)
at com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.db.integration.model.productsupport.DBProductSupport.loadTopology(DBProductSupport.java:67)
at com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.OPatchAuto.loadTopology(OPatchAuto.java:1662)
at com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.OPatchAuto.prepareOrchestration(OPatchAuto.java:699)
at com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.OPatchAuto.orchestrate(OPatchAuto.java:384)
at com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.OPatchAuto.orchestrate(OPatchAuto.java:333)
at com.oracle.glcm.patch.auto.OPatchAuto.main(OPatchAuto.java:201)
2016-08-05 16:41:30,666 INFO [1] com.oracle.cie.common.util.reporting.CommonReporter - Reporting console output : Message{id='null', message='OPATCHAUTO-72085: Execution mode invalid.
OPATCHAUTO-72085: Cannot execute in rolling mode, as execution mode is set to non-rolling for some of the patches.
OPATCHAUTO-72085: Execute in non-rolling mode.'}
2016-08-05 16:41:30,667 INFO [1] com.oracle.cie.common.util.reporting.CommonReporter - Reporting console output : Message{id='null', message='OPatchAuto failed.'}

File_name:: opatchauto2016-08-05_04-41-29PM.log



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