I've got RAC126.96.36.199 DB (2 nodes of Linux 64bit)
I downloaded p14727347_112030_Linux-x86-64.zip (GI_PSU+JanCPU) Though I read all README's and QA's I cannot succeed with 'opatch auto' option.
It's very confusing - one document covers a bit and refers to another, so i cannot get the whole picture.
I tried to do it manually, let's say successfully, but I want to do it with one command, without having to find out: if one PSU applies to GI or DB or both, and all this mess. BTW, is it the best way to find the right mapping by looking at bundle.xml ? This particular README doesn't say what patch is fo which home.
Note. it includes 2, GI and DB, patches:
[root@plwrs-vm1 AUTO]# ls /tmp/AUTO/
14727310 15876003 bundle.xml
the command is:
/u01/app/188.8.131.52/grid/OPatch/opatch auto /tmp/AUTO -och /u01/app/184.108.40.206/grid -ocmrf /root/ocm.rsp
I tried to use 'opatch auto" but it fails:
2013-02-21 10:46:46: Starting Clusterware Patch Setup
Using configuration parameter file: /u01/app/220.127.116.11/grid/crs/install/crsconfig_params
Clusterware is either not running or not configured. You have the following 2 options
1. Configure and Start the Clusterware on this node and re-run the tool
2. or Run the tool with the -och <CRS_HOME_PATH> option and then invoke tool with -oh <comma seperated ORACLE_HOME_LIST> to patch the RDBMS home
It requires ocr.rsp, so I provided with:
*How to get it working?* manually ? ;)
Eventually I've done it manually based on example
Edited by: g777 on 2013-02-21 14:56
to use auto, you must
1) have Cluster up and running
2) execute it as root. (either be root or have sudo privs)
I would use -local and do this on each node (aka rolling upgrade).
The README can be a bit confusing at times.