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Gérard Wisson

Documentum upgrade project – from FAST to xPlore

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We planned to do our full production upgrade in a weekend – and one part was the replacement of FAST by xPlore. As we had to index more than 10 millions objects, we had to find a solution where the full repository would be indexed by Monday morning. Since we used a clone of production to validate and test our upgrade process, functions, and performance, we decided to prepare the production fulltext servers by using…

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Oracle Team

Oracle OEM Cloud Control 12c upgrade to 12.1.0.4

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In this blog post, I will describe how to upgrade from Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12.1.0.3 to OEM 12.1.0.4.0. I have already described the main new features of Cloud Control 12.1.0.4 version in an earlier post (Oracle OEM Cloud Control 12.1.0.4 – the new features). The first pre-requisite is to apply the patch 11061801 on the repository database in 11.2.0.3 version, using the classical opatch apply method. Then, we can begin the upgrade phase….

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Oracle Team

Oracle OEM Cloud Control 12.1.0.4 – agent upgrade & patch

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The new Oracle OEM Cloud Control 12.1.0.4 release migration makes it necessary for the DBA to migrate the old agent version to 12.1.0.4. If your infrastructure has a huge number of agents and if you want to apply the agent patches to the upgraded agents, this might be a very time-consuming job. However, there is a way to realize the operation in just one shot. In my example, we have an agent in version 12.1.0.3:…

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Gérard Wisson

Documentum upgrade project – sharing experience

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A few weeks ago, we finished a Documentum upgrade at a customer site. Now, after having analyzed and made a status point (we do that after each upgrade project to optimize our procedures and skills) it is time to share our experiences. In this post and in the ones that will follow we will describe which issues we were confronted with, which bugs we discovered, and how we proceed to go forward to have a…

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