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Rhpctl Delete Workingcopy Cleaned Up Databases Even Without Using -force Option (Doc ID 2997929.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 12, 2024

Applies to:

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



If the rhpctl delete working copy has a path that differs from the running oracle home, the delete working copy can remove the home of the running database. In this example, the only difference was an extra '/' at the end of the path in the db registration. Since the exact string did not match the running home setting, rhpctl delete working copy expected it was safe to delete. The fix adds extra checks for conditions like this.



Command executed: rhpctl delete workingcopy -workingcopy DB_19 >>>>>>>>>>>

End time: 2023-12-11

Command result: SUCCESS

User name: oracle

Node name: <node_name>@<cluster_name>

Target cluster: mps-<target_cluster_name>

</OUTPUT> for operation query audit





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