Oracle Database 19c (19.3.0) for Linux is available for download

Oracle Database 19c (19.3.0) for Linux is available for download as of now from OTN and eDelivery. For those of you who started with Oracle Database 19.2 already, the Updates (RU) 19.3.0 for the database and GI are available as well for Linux and Solaris.

Oracle Database 19c on premises for Linux

You can download Oracle Database 19.3.0 on-prem for Linux now from the usual sources:

The download offering includes the zip, the RPM for the database, and Grid Infrastructure, the Client and more.

Oracle Database 19c (19.3.0) for Linux is available for download

The other ports will follow soon.

Oracle 19c Documentation

And of course you can access the Oracle 19c Documentation from now on as well:

Oracle Database 19c Patches

In case you started already with Oracle Database 19.2, you can now download the Update 19.3.0 on Linux and Solaris as well. Use MOS Note:2118136.2 (Assistant: Download Reference for Oracle Database/GI Update, Revision, PSU, SPU(CPU), Bundle Patches, Patchsets and Base Releases) and choose “Updates”:

Oracle Database 19c (19.3.0) for Linux is available for download


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18 thoughts on “Oracle Database 19c (19.3.0) for Linux is available for download

  1. What Enterprise Manager version will work with this release? The current 13.3 release does not list 19c as a managed database.

    • Yes, but not uploaded yet.
      Come to Vienna for the AOUG next week (May 14/15) – there I will use it for the first time.

      I expect the upload happening in the 2nd week of June as I’ll be in the US then. Uploading >60GB to a US Server via VPN is no fun and usually doesn’t lead to consistent files of this this amount.


  2. Hi Mike,
    had a question about Red Hat Linux 8.
    Oracle documentation currently does not provide any explicit note about the support of Oracle databases 19c and 12.2 on Red Hat Enteprise Server 8, which is released resently.
    So, my question would be can this OS version be considered for installations of 12.2 and 19c already, or better to wait for explicit certification note/documentation update about this ?

    Many thanks in advance!


  3. Hi Mike, we are planing to migrate on 19c, but all our databases using ZDLRA for backup, I ask support when RA will support 19c, and they said – unknown. So our upgrade project stuck, It is really strange oracle RA that costs huge money not supporting 19c and oracle support response like this.
    May be you know approximate date, then it will be?

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