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Oracle Fail Safe is deprecated with Oracle Database 19c

I wanted to put this on the blog for quite a while but forgot to do so. Since Oracle Database 19c, Oracle Fail Safe has been deprecated. What does this mean?

Oracle Fail Safe is deprecated with Oracle Database 19c

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Deprecation of Oracle Fail Safe

First of all, deprecated does not mean desupported. Oracle Fail Safe is still fully supported. But since Oracle 19c, you will find this note in the Windows Admin Guide:

Deprecation of Oracle Fail Safe

Oracle Fail Safe is deprecated as of Oracle Database 19c. It can be desupported and unavailable in

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MOS Note:742060.1 got updated with Oracle 18c information

From the Support’s Hot Topics email I learned the other day that MOS Note:742060.1 (Release Schedule of Current Database Releases) got updated with Oracle 18c information on January 18, 2018.

What got added to MOS Note:742060.1?

A column for Oracle 18c got added to the table of releases. You will find not information about potential release availability for Oracle 18c in the various options of the Oracle Cloud, and of course for on-premises as well.

MOS Note:742060.1 got updated with Oracle 18c information

Furthermore please find the updated graph as well.

MOS Note:742060.1 got updated with Oracle 18c information

 

 

The note below the graph is very important. See MOS Note:742060.1 for further details.

–Mike…

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