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Oracle Database 19c Release Update & Release Update Revision October 2020 Known Issues (Doc ID 2694903.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 01, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Standard Edition
Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition
Oracle Database Backup Service - Version N/A and later
Oracle Database Cloud Schema Service - Version N/A and later
Gen 1 Exadata Cloud at Customer (Oracle Exadata Database Cloud Machine) - Version N/A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The Database patch bundles that were released on October 20, 2020 for Release 19c were:

NameDownload Link
Database Release Update 19.9.0.0.201020 <Patch 31771877>
Grid Infrastructure Release Update 19.9.0.0.201020 <Patch 31750108>
OJVM Release Update 19.9.0.0.201020 <Patch 31668882>
Database Release Update Revision 19.8.1.0.201020 <Patch 31666885>
Grid Infrastructure Release Update Revision 19.8.1.0.201020 <Patch 31719890>
Database Release Update Revision 19.7.2.0.201020 <Patch 31667176>
Grid Infrastructure Release Update Revision 19.7.2.0.201020 <Patch 31719845>
(there were no OJVM Release Update Revisions for Oct 2020)  
Microsoft Windows 32-Bit & x86-64 Bundle Patch 19.9.0.0.201020 <Patch 31719903>

This is the Known Issues note for the patches listed above. These known issues are in addition to the issues listed in the README file for each individual Release Update (RU), Release Update Revision (RUR), or Bundle Patch (BP). These known issues are also in addition to the issues listed for the 19.0.0.0 Base Release in <Note 2527930.1>, "19.0.0.0 Base Release - Availability and Known Issues ".

Scope

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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