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Hi, I would like to install oracle 12.2 on Red Ha...... Alain Bourgeois Oct 13, 2020, 20:18
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Subject: oracle 12.2 on red hat 8
Author: Alain Bourgeois, Belgium
Date: Oct 13, 2020, 20:18, 42 days ago
Os info: red hat linux 8.2
Oracle info: oracle 12.2
Message: Hi,
I would like to install oracle 12.2 on Red Hat linux 8.2, although I know it is officially not supported by oracle (although oracle 12.1 was).
Reasons:
* this system has to live 5 years, security patches for linux 7 end on 06/2024,
* app used is only certified with oracle 12.2 for now, so plan would be to upgrade to oracle 19 when app will be certified.

I installed a lot of packages and found a procedure (https://fcldacl.blogspot.com/2019/09/como-instalar-oracle-database-12c.html, seems I am not the only one).

I guess I have to change /etc/redhat-release, can someone tell me what has to be put in it?

Thanks
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Subject: Re: oracle 12.2 on red hat 8
Author: Ales Kavsek, Slovenia
Date: Oct 14, 2020, 07:36, 41 days ago
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Message: Hi Alain,

I don't think you need to mess with /etc/redhat-release. Oracle is apparently using environment variable:

export CV_ASSUME_DISTID=OL7

Mike Dietrich yesterday posted this:

https://mikedietrichde.com/2020/10/13/oracle-database-12-1-0-2-certified-on-oracle-linux-8-and-rhel8/

It's puzzling to me why Oracle certified 12.1 and not 12.2, there must be some issues that needs to be resolved. We'll have to wait and see what Oracle will publish in the following months.
Imho, it's a mistake to install anything but 19.7 on OL8, but do understand your reasoning. Good luck!

Regards,
Ales
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