October 2020 Version of AutoUpgrade is available

The October 2020 Version of AutoUpgrade is available now for download since Friday last week. As usual, you can access it easily via MOS Note: 2485457.1 – AutoUpgrade Tool.

What’s new in the October 2020 version?

As usual you find the change.log at the end of MOS Note: 2485457.1 – AutoUpgrade Tool for the most recent Oracle Database upgrade tool. You will find the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Enahancements
    • BUG_31709141 Allow the job state to be reset when database is restored manually
  • Fixes
    • AUPG-1862 ORA-65173 occurs when running the fix for the Java mitigation patch
    • BUG_26777307 Duplicate bug of AUPG-1862
    • AUPG-1863 Remove fixup for running fixed objects stats after upgrade
    • AUPG-1865 upgrade.xml contains incorrect stage value (FixAtStage=TEXT_NOT_FOUND_CHECK.ENABLE_LOCAL_UNDO.FIXUP_STAGE)
    • AUPG-1866 Check duplicate_db_hashes is ignored if using the pdb copy option
    • AUPG-1868 Unhandled RAC exception when querying the database for the spfile
    • AUPG-1874 .ORA errors on certain locales causes error checking to be ignored
    • AUPG-1880 Underscore parameters added in the after upgrade pfile are missing
    • AUPG-1858 Timestamp mismatch found in dependent objects
    • BUG_32038372 Timestamp mismatch errors are logged instead of throwing exception

The most important one I think is the removal of gathering fixed objects stats right after the upgrade. As we saw issues, especially in relation to a huge unified audit trail, we decided to remove it and leave it to you to refresh the fixed objects stats when the database is warmed up.  Read more about it:

Kudos to my team mates which worked hard on this version.

Why should you use it?

This version is newer than the version you will get with the installation of the October 2020 RUs.

October 2020 Version of AutoUpgrade is available

Hence, you should exchange the version on disk with the most recent one. You can always check which version you have installed with:

$ java -jar autoupgrade.jar -version

build.hash e84c9c2
build.version 19.10.0
build.date 2020/10/23 10:36:46
build.max_target_version 19
build.supported_target_versions 12.2,18,19
build.type production

If it say “19.10.0”, then you have the October 2020 version already.

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