Well, apart from "evil thingies", there is the good, old catctl.pl:
bash-4.2$ cd $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin
-bash-4.2$ ls *.pl
bulkimport.pl catcdb.pl catcon.pl catctl.pl odbsrmt.pl rman.pl
-bash-4.2$ echo $ORACLE_HOME
Oracle 19c is a part of the 12c series of products and I haven't had any issues upgrading 12.1 to 19c. I was using the recipe described here:
Be aware of PERL5LIB trap and may the Force be with you.
On 10/10/19 1:51 PM, Peter Gram wrote:
Sorry but in my view DBUA is the evil thing with out any consistency.
The old way in the manuals was to run the documented script and they was repeatable and consistent.
On Thu, 10 Oct 2019 at 17.20, Rich J <rjoralist3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:rjoralist3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
On 2019/10/10 10:08, Peter Gram wrote:
HiI'm including DBUA in the "old" category...
I have just today upgraded two databases from 220.127.116.11 to 19.3.1
and it was not a walk in the park since the error messages are
very hard to understand / interpret.
After fixing my problem it worked without problems.
I did not know the still was a supported "old" way so where have
you found the old way documented ?
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