Overview of Exalogic Patchset updates

Overview of Exalogic Patchset updates

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Now that I have been gathering my notes and writing some posts about Exalogic infrastructure patching, I found that all these different software and firmversions can get quite confusing. So I thought I’d sit down and collect everything in some neat tables, and show how it all fits together.

Here it is, I hope this will help you with getting to grips as well! It’s up to date with My Oracle Support as of yesterday. [updated with july PSUs on july 26th, 2012]

Patchset updates for Exalogic Elastic Cloud

version, running OEL 5.5 (1.0.0.x.0) and version, running OEL 5.6 (

 Infrastructure **

 Middleware **

 *               These patchsets have been installed on our Qualogy Exalogic quarterrack

**             Linux version, Solaris version not listed

***            baseimage 2.0 (ca. 4 Gb) not included

# Does not contain new middleware versions

## IPMP onfiguration change only

In fact it should be one big horizontal table, but that wouldn’t fit. I hope you can see how the three tables fit together. If not, you are welcome ask me!

!!! Disclaimer : this is my personal compilation from MOS and the patch README files.

Publicatiedatum: 20 juli 2012

Jos Nijhoff
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Jos Nijhoff is an experienced Application Infrastructure consultant at Qualogy. Currently he plays a key role as technical presales and hands-on implementation lead for Qualogy's exclusive Exalogic partnership with Oracle for the Benelux area. Thus he keeps in close contact with Oracle presales and partner services on new developments, but maintains an independent view. He gives technical guidance and designs, reviews, manages and updates the application infrastructure before, during and after the rollout of new and existing Oracle (Fusion) Applications & Fusion Middleware implementations. Jos is also familiar with subjects like high availability, disaster recovery scenarios, virtualization, performance analysis, data security, and identity management integration with respect to Oracle applications.

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