9.2.0.3 Upgrade 9.2.0.7 -basic Advanced Replication/Materialized View

  • From: "Leng Kaing" <Leng.Kaing@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 4 Sep 2006 18:39:59 +1000

Hi Guys,

 

We've got basic Advanced Replication (yes, basic Advanced!!) implemented
on one of our 9.2.0.3 databases. The set up is a single group, with 200+
tables in it. (Hey, I took over this system after the guy who initially
set it up left so I had no say in this matter!) We have materialized
view logs capturing the changes. The slave is on a client site for which
I am not responsible but I think they'll still need our help of the
upgrade causes any issues at their end.

 

So can you please share any experiences with upgrading Adv. Rep. from
9.2.0.3 to 9.2.0.7? Is it just as simple as ensuring that the MLOG$
tables are empty (after a refresh) and the following the normal upgrade
notes for 9.2.0.7? I've upgraded databases without Adv. Rep. before but
have not done it on databases running Adv. Rep. let alone materialised
views. Any gotchas or bugs I need to be aware of? What about the slave?
Can it remain on its Oracle version? No, I don't know what version they
are running over there.

 

TIA,

 

Leng.

 

 

 

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