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Extended Support Fee Waiver for Oracle Database 12.1 and 11.2 for Oracle E-Business Suite

Due to the certification timing of Oracle E-Business Suite with Oracle Database versions beyond 12.1, Oracle has waived Extended Support fees for Oracle Database 12.1 and 11.2 for Oracle Database licenses used for Oracle E-Business Suite through December 2020.

 

This Extended Support fee waiver will be specific to the Oracle Database licenses, within your company’s footprint, that you use for running Oracle E-Business Suite software.

 

If you have already paid your Oracle Database Extended Support fees, you may be eligible to receive a credit that we will apply against your Oracle account.

 

The Lifetime Support section of the Oracle Software Technical Support Policies documents the Extended Support fee waiver. To contact Oracle and determine your eligibility for either the Extended Support fee waiver or credit for previously paid Extended Support fees, you can either access your on-premises Oracle Premier Support Renewal information via My Support Renewals using your Oracle Single Sign-On and log a service request or, alternatively, you can contact Oracle Support Renewals using the Oracle Global Contacts page.

 

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What's New in Trace File Analyzer 19.2

For details of previous version history Download the TFA Version History

 

New features in TFA 19.2:

Temporarily restrict automatic collections for specific events

 

  • dbracinst: Oracle RAC-related data collection for Oracle Database problems
  • gridinfra: Oracle RAC-related data collection for Oracle Clusterware problems
  • gridinfrainst: Data collection for Oracle RAC upgrade and patching problems
  • exsmartscan: Oracle Exadata - Smart Scan not working problems
  • zlgeneric: Data collection for Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance (ZDLRA) problems

 

Event specific collection for default diagnostic collection

 

The default diagcollect has been enhanced to make it easier to collect the most useful diagnostics.

When you run a default diagnostic collection it will now present you with a list of recent events to optionally collect for.

 

 

Option to restrict the collection of excessively large files

 

Prevent excessively large files from delaying or stalling collections.

Run tfactl set maxfilecollectionsize for the diagnostic collection command to consider only the last 200 KB for the files that are larger than the size specified.

 

For more information on the TFA Collector, see TFA Collector - TFA with Database Support Tools Bundle (Note 1513912.1)

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