Re: 10gR2 for solaris (64bit), AIX and HP released

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 9.2.0.5.x or 9.2.0.6 <http://9.2.0.6> 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


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