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    pls its urgent..can any1 tell me this.plssss

    while applying a patch , if adpatch fails.now how to restart the adpatch from where we left that is how to continue it .which is correct way to do so from these 2 ways
    1) $adpatch restart=y
    2)by using atctrl option "tell worker to restart failed job"

    pls tell me which is correct way to restart adpatch.and also lemme know the difference between these two.pls pls its urgent.
    thanx

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    if its urgent, raise an SR with support, thats what you pay them for

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    He is posting here davey coz sometimes guys here like you are
    smarter and give response faster....than the oracle call center
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    Quote Originally Posted by yxez
    He is posting here davey coz sometimes guys here like you are
    smarter and give response faster....than the oracle call center
    clerks
    Hi Mubeen
    better way to restar the adpatch is , u just use adpatch, it will ask "whether u want to continue with the previous session:" YES

    and if you want to apply another patch in between of provious patch and then continue with the old patch See metalink id : 175485.1

    regards,

    Praveen kumar sharma

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    It really depends on what you're doing. Sometimes it's better just to tell the worker to restart, sometimes its better to restart the patch from the beginning.
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