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Update (RU) 19.3.0 withdrawn and superseded with 19.3.1

Actually I really refused to blog about this for a few weeks now. But as I receive more questions and read more tweets, I think I need to shed some light and help avoiding confusion. And as readmes and MOS notes are not entirely in sync, you may get confused if you don’t read the “correct” document.

Update (RU) 19.3.0 withdrawn and superseded with 19.3.1

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Oracle 19.3.0 Update (RU)

In April, Oracle released the 19.3.0 Release Update (RU) on Linux and Solaris only. As you can read in my blog post from April 25, 2019, this is a patch bundle meant for …

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Why Release Update Revisions (RUR) are tricky

A while ago we introduced Release Updates (RU) and Release Update Revisions (RUR). And despite the fact that not only we but also well known external experts such as Ludovico Caldara recommend to stay with Release Updates and simply ignore the Revisions, some people use them. There may be reasons for doing so. But in this blog post I will explain why Release Update Revisions (RUR) are tricky.

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Differences between Updates and Revisions?

I tried to explain the differences between Updates and Revisions a while ago – and also compare them to PSUs and …

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