6 Replies Latest reply on Feb 2, 2017 10:32 PM by mdtaylor

    Upgrading 12.1.3 to 12.2.5

    User287063

      12.1.3 - Suse Linux - x86_64

      DB - Exadata

       

      My question relates to the unified filesystem for a 12.2 install.

       

      Currently our 12.1.3 PROD system is split up into two mount points where the $APPL_TOP/$COMMON_TOP/$OH's are on one mount point and the $INST_TOP is on a diff mount point.

       

      During an upgrade (which we are yet to embark on), I understand that contents of these two file system will be merged into the fs1 and fs2 format while laying down the code line for a 12.2.5 install.

       

      Is there any harm in re-configuring a 12.1.3 filesystem (prior to an upgrade) to merge the two mount points - and if so, how is this gone about?

       

      Is it just a matter of running perl adcfgclone.pl appsTier in the PRODUCTION environment, in interactive mode and assigning the $INST_TOP path to be on the same mount point as the $APPL_TOP/$COMMON_TOP?

       

      Will the log file pointers in $APPLCSF/$APPLLOG maintain their correct settings as they were previous to the merge?

       

      Thanks