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    Plese check command upgrade from crs 10.1.0.4 to 10.2.0.4

    user12196316
      Is it right?

      # Upgrade from 10.1.0.4 to 10.2.0.1
      - Keep my old $CRS_HOME
      - DO not change .profile file

      Step1 : node 2

      1) copy "CRS 10.2.0.1 install files" to on node1
      2) log on my node1 as root user
      3) cd "CRS 10.2.0.1 install files" folders
      4) [run] sh preupdate.sh
      5) [type] ./runInstaller
      6) check "t o per f or m a r olling upgr a de by ins t a lling Or a cle Da t a ba s e 10g Relea s e 2 (10.2) Or a cle Clus t er wa r e on a s ubs et of clus t er member nodes ." option
      7) run $ CRS_home/install/root upgrade.sh


      Step2 : nodo2
      1) copy "CRS 10.2.0.1 install files" to on node2
      2) log on my node1 as root user
      3) cd "CRS 10.2.0.1 install files" folders
      4) [run] sh preupdate.sh
      5) [type] ./runInstaller
      6) check "t o per f or m a r olling upgr a de by ins t a lling Or a cle Da t a ba s e 10g Relea s e 2 (10.2) Or a cle Clus t er wa r e on a s ubs et of clus t er member nodes ." option
      7) run $ CRS_home/install/root upgrade.sh


      # Upgrade from 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.4


      Step1 : node1
      1) copy "CRS 10.2.0.4 patchset files" to on node1
      2) log on my node1 as root user
      3) cd "CRS 10.2.0.4 patchset files" folders
      4) [type] ./runInstaller
      - Welcome Screen
      Click Next
      - Specify File Locations
      choose the CRS_home and click Next (selection the CRS_home will automatically select and upgrade the CRS software)
      - Selected Nodes
      All nodes should be automatica lly selected click Next
      - Summary
      Click Next
      - Inst ll
      - End of Installation
      (in a new window the final patch install insructions will displayed)



      5) Shutdown the CRS daemons by issuing t he following comma nd:
      crsctl stop crs


      6) sh root102.sh


      Step1 : node2
      1) Shutdown the CRS daemons by issuing t he following comma nd:
      crsctl stop crs


      2) sh root102.sh