On 8/30/05, Magni Fabrizio <Fabrizio.Magni@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > > So, if you think of switching to Oracle 10g, consider how > > long before it becomes really usable. > > > > Actually I find 10g less buggy than 9i. > > I'm not willing to wait the next bad patchset so I'm planning to upgrade > to 10g as many DB as possible. > > Fabrizio > Fabrizio, Plan on identifying issues in your test upgrades in your test environment, opening iTARs as necessary and waiting for fixes. We've hit 4 different errors upgrading from 9.2. to 10.1 - some had workarounds, some didn't. Your schedule should be appropriately unaggressive. I'm not saying that 10.1.0.4 <http://10.1.0.4> is buggy. I'm saying that upgrading from 18.104.22.168.x or 22.214.171.124 <http://126.96.36.199> to 10.1.0.4 <http://10.1.0.4> is less than perfect. (lets just say that its not a state function - its path dependent and there be dragons along that path). exp/imp into a clean db if you can. Paul -- #/etc/init.d/init.cssd stop # f=ma, divide by 1, convert to moles.