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Oracle Database Quarterly Full Stack Download Patch for SuperCluster Jul 2017 Known Issues (Doc ID 2264071.1)

Last updated on JULY 20, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle SuperCluster T5-8 Half Rack
Oracle SuperCluster M7 Hardware
Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 Hardware
SPARC SuperCluster T4-4
Oracle SuperCluster Specific Software
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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AS OF JANUARY 2020 THIS DOCUMENT REFERS TO A QFSDP RELEASE THAT IS NO LONGER SUPPORTED.

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Note that as of January 2020, SuperCluster Sustaining Engineering is able to debug and provide bug fixes for the *current* QFSDP and the QFSDP release prior to the *current* release. If the system is more than two releases behind the latest current release and any software defects are encountered, debugging will be best effort only and sustaining may request that the system be updated to a supported release prior to providing any bug fixes.

For the details on the current release, please refer to Contents of each SuperCluster Quarterly Full Stack Download Patch (QFSDP)

Purpose

 This document lists the known issues for Oracle Database Quarterly Full Stack Download Patch for SuperCluster July 2017. These known issues are in addition to the issues listed in the README for Quarterly Full Stack Download Patch for SuperCluster.

Scope

Document details the July 2017 QFSDP known issues and applies only to the January 2017 QFSDP

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Oracle Database Quarterly Full Stack Download Patch for SuperCluster (Jul 2017) Known Issues
 1 Notes and Known Issues
 1.1 SuperCluster Pre-Installation Notes
 1.2 SuperCluster Known Issues for this release
 2 Modification History
 3 Documentation Accessibility
References

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