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    Question migration question from 816->817

    is the only way to upgrade to 817, by using the odma?
    I want to know whether I can do an exp/imp migration.
    But by doing this dont I have to precreate a database?

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    Re: migration question from 816->817

    Originally posted by rgaskell
    is the only way to upgrade to 817, by using the odma?
    No, other methods are manual, export/import
    Originally posted by rgaskell
    I want to know whether I can do an exp/imp migration.
    Yes you can do it.
    Originally posted by rgaskell
    But by doing this dont I have to precreate a database?
    Yes you need a new database(817)
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    I need to migrate about 20 unix test servers with different db's on them. They have large DB's on them. Should I use the odma for all of them rather than the manual way? Easier option ?

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    Use ODMA if the older and newer ORACLE_HOME are on the same machine.

    Will be easier...
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    thanks for the info

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    can't you just install 8.1.7 in a different home, run the migration script on each database and change the init parameters appropriately?

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