Clone update both global and local inventory

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I need certain clarifications regarding my concerns. Will the rapid clone update both global and local inventory or do we have to do it manually? How can I reduce the patch time? Kindly provide briefing about select statements in sub queries.

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Clone update both global and local inventory

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Clone update both global and local inventory

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Hi. There is one Local Inventory per ORACLE_HOME. It was located inside the ORACLE_HOME at $ORACLE_HOME/inventory which contains the information of the patch level for that ORACLE_HOME. Global Inventory is the part of the XML inventory with high level list of all oracle products. As for your question. Yes, Rapid Clone can and will update both Global and Local Inventory, accompanied by some information in doing so, you do not have to do it manually. Just make sure that inventory exists with runInstaller/show Installed products. You can reduce patch time by, merging patches via admrgpch, you can use various adpatch options, and by using defaults file.

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