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Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Session - Get Proactive: Best Practices for Maintaining and Upgrading Oracle Solaris (Doc ID 1514493.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 24, 2019

Applies to:

Solaris Operating System - Version 10 3/05 to 11.3 [Release 10.0 to 11.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document contains the speaker notes for the technical portion of the Get Proactive: Best Practices for Maintaining and Upgrading Oracle Solaris session at Oracle OpenWorld 2012.

The notes in this document are written to be read alongside the attached slide deck starting on slide 17.

Attachment: Get Proactive: Best Practices for Maintaining and Upgrading Oracle Solaris

 

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In this Document
Purpose
Details
 Presentation Speaker Notes
 SLIDE 18: Preparing to Migrate - What's Changed?
 SLIDE 19: Preparing to Migrate - Verifying Applications
 SLIDE 21: Installing Solaris 11 / The Automated Installer
 SLIDE 22: Installing Solaris 11 / The Distribution Constructor
 SLIDE 24: Options to Migrate Solaris 10 to Solaris 11
 SLIDE 25: Migrating Solaris 10 zones to Solaris 11
 SLIDE 26: Migrating Solaris 10 zones to Solaris 11 (Process)
 SLIDE 27: Solaris 10 host to Solaris 10 branded zone
 SLIDE 28: Solaris 10 host to Solaris 10 branded zone (Process)
 SLIDE 29: "Side by Side" Installation
 SLIDE 30: "Side by Side" Installation (Process)
 SLIDE 32: Multiple Boot Environments
 SLIDE 33: Multiple Boot Environments
 SLIDE 34: Multiple Boot Environments (commands)
 SLIDE 35: Package and Patch Management / Image Packaging Syste (IPS)
 SLIDE 36: Package and Patch Management / Patching
 SLIDE 37: Keeping your Solaris 11 system up to date
 SLIDE 38: Keeping your Solaris 11 system up to date
 SLIDE 39: Keeping your Solaris 11 system up to date / Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c
 SLIDE 40: Upgrading Solaris 11 to Update 1
 Appendix of Useful Documents and URLs Referenced in this Document
References

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