I'm installing Oracle at the moment, and am following the "Oracle for
Linux, Installation HOWTO" , and in section 3.3 it says to install a
patch to patch it from 18.104.22.168.0 to 22.214.171.124.2 and it links to the
patch. Shame that oracle have now moved the patch :-/
Does anyone know where I can get the patch from? I've searched technet and
haven't found anything yet.
Also I've installed oracle without the patch so far (that was a fun 2
hours) and now when I try to run dbassist, I get a JNLS exception error,
which apparently is ok to get, but after that I get another message saying
that it is "Unable to detect if Oracle Products are installed or some
required files are missing. Please verify that your Oracle products are
fully installed". Could this be related to not having the patches
installed? The second installation that I ran completed without any errors
showing, so I'm not sure why it can't find oracle.
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