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Upgrade oracle 8.0.4 on NT to 8.1.7 and then to 9.2 on win2k3

Hi,

my current system is on win NT with kernel 4.0B with oracle 8.0.4.

First i need to upgrade the database from 8.0.X to 8.1.7 on windows NT.

After the above i need to move the production server to windows 2003.

My production server is new hardware. The database size is 2TB.

For moving my production server from winNT to win2k3,

1. R dbexport and dbimport utilities are available.

2. If so, will they work for moving the system from winNT to win2003 and database 8.1.7 to 9.2

3. If so can i take a backup of dbexport on to a tape. Previously i have taken dbexport on HDD.

Please, give me a plan from moving my oracle 8.1.7 on win NT to oracle 9.2 on win2003.

thanx in advance.

venu

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2007 at 10:00 AM

    - use SAPInst/R3load procedures to ex- and import the relevant database

    - upgrade your db to 8.1.7 on WinNT and afterwards start the copy/migration

    you can use r3load in order to export the system under oracle 8.1.7 und use this export as import under oracle 9.2; you will not have to make an upgrade for your oracle database on your taregt machine

    <i>you could make a backup of your 8.1.7. database and use this to build your target database under 8.1.7.; upgrade oracle afterwards to 9.2 on your target machine; <b>BUT: oracle 8.1.7 is not supported to run under windows 2003 server...</b> so, this will not be an option!

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    -> which kernel do you use? 40B_COM? 40B_EXT? plz check sapnote 83858 for the right combination of kernel, operating system and database version...

    GreetZ, AH

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2007 at 11:42 AM

    another possibility:

    upgrade to Oracle 8.1.7

    upgrade to Windows 2000

    upgrade to Oracle 9.2.0.8

    on new hardware:

    install windows 2003

    install Oracle 10g

    copy database (through network or with backup/restore)

    use DBUA tool from Oracle.

    check upgrade documentation to run a few Oracle scripts to complete upgrade.

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