Oracle Scratchpad

January 31, 2012

Bug fixes

Filed under: Bugs,Oracle — Jonathan Lewis @ 6:37 pm BST Jan 31,2012

From MOS (Metalink) a search for “Patch Set – List of Bug Fixes by Problem Type” is a useful search; another is “Availability and Known Issues”. Whenever you find some behaviour that looks like a bug, it’s worth checking the patch sets for the patches or release that are newer than the version that you’re running – you may find that your problem is a known bug with a patch that might be back-ported.

For ease of reference, here are some of the results I got (sorted in reverse order of version) from the searches; you will need a MOS account to follow the links:


  1. And here missing info from upper list to be able to search MOS… Patch Set – Availability and Known Issues [ID 1348336.1] PATCH SET FOR ORACLE DATABASE SERVER – Bug 4547809


    Comment by Teijo Lallukka — January 31, 2012 @ 7:58 pm BST Jan 31,2012 | Reply

  2. […] MoS for bug fix notes for later releases (e.g. 12.1 if upgrading to […]

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