3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 24, 2013 4:49 PM by Bob Finan-Oracle

    Tuxedo 9.1 Patch Level for Linux

    user9353551
      Hi,

      I need to know the patch level for Tuxedo 9.1 on Red Hat Linux 5.8/x86_64

      Currently, we are having patch 110. Is there any latest patch update for this version of tuxedo ?

      Thanks in Advance.
        • 1. Re: Tuxedo 9.1 Patch Level for Linux
          Bob Finan-Oracle
          Hi,
          In general, you can find the patches for Tuxedo through MOS:
          Tuxedo Patches Can Now Be Directly Downloaded Without Having To Open A Service Request (Doc ID 1075805.1)
          Just go to the patches tab and search using the release=9.1 and the platform= Linux x86_64. The latest patch should be what you need.

          The latest patch list for Tuxedo 9.1 document is here:
          RP/TUX 9.1 - List of Rolling Patches - RP001 through RP163 (Doc ID 777942.1)

          For Tuxedo 9.1 RP163 on Linux x86_64 the patch is from BUG 16049021. The patch file name is p16049021_91_Linux-x86-64.zip.
          Just go to MOS and do a patch search using the bug number.

          Regards,
          Bob Finan
          • 2. Re: Tuxedo 9.1 Patch Level for Linux
            user9353551
            Thanks Bob. Could you please share the link to download this patch from. I am unable to locate it.
            • 3. Re: Tuxedo 9.1 Patch Level for Linux
              Bob Finan-Oracle
              Hi,

              This worked for me:
              Log into MOS (https://support.oracle.com)
              Click on the "Patches & Updates" tab
              Enter the bug number "16049021" into the "Patch Name or Number" field.
              Click on the search button.
              There will be only one patch listed in the "Patch Results"
              Click on the "16049021" patch name.
              Click on the download button

              Where do you run into problems?
              (If you do not have a current MOS account you will not be able to use any link that I would provide separately.)

              Regards,
              Bob