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To install m2eclipse, use the following Eclipse update site to install the core of the m2eclipse plugin. This Core update site contains a single component: \"Maven Integration for Eclipse (Required)\". When you install this component you will be installing all of the core Wizards, the POM Editor, Maven Repository integration, and Maven integration:
In addition to the core m2eclipse components, the following optional components are available from a separate update site. If you plan to use m2eclipse to materialize projects from Subversion or CVS, integrate Maven with the Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP), or use the m2eclipse Mylyn integration you will need to install the following, extra components:
Several of the extra components listed in the previous section require third-party plugins to be installed prior to installation. You can install these prerequisites when you install m2eclipse, just add a new remote update site to Eclipse for each of the prerequisite components.
To install these prerequisites, select Help, Install New Software... which will load the \"Software Updates and Add-ons\" dialog. In this dialog, choose the Available Software panel and click on Add Site... which will load the simple \"Add Site\" dialog. Enter the URL of the update site you wish to add and click OK. In the \"Software Updates and Add-ons\" dialog, the available plugins from an update site will appear as soon as the site is added. You can then select the modules you want to install and click the Install... button. Eclipse will then resolve all the dependencies for the selected plugins, and ask you to agree to the plugin license. After Eclipse installs new plugins, you should restart the IDE.
To install JIRA or Trac integration with Mylyn, add the Mylyn extras Eclipse update URL, you'll want to do this if your organization uses Atlassian's JIRA for issue tracking. To install Mylyn use the following update sites:
While it is generally recommended for components to stay in step with the recommended minimum release, you can choose to update different components at different times. For example, you could update RDMA Network Fabric switches at a later time than Exadata storage servers and Exadata database servers. However, you must check My Oracle Support Doc ID 888828.1 for any dependencies.
It is not mandatory to apply each and every Oracle Exadata System Software update that comes out. For example, you can skip two or three releases and update directly to a newer release. Oracle recommends that you update database servers twice a year.
These examples show three high-level software maintenance plans with quarterly updates over a four year cycle using typical intervals between releases. The examples illustrate different update strategies designed to meet specific goals.
Exadata Database Machine software update tool that updates all software (Oracle Linux, Oracle Exadata System Software, firmware) on Exadata Database Machine database servers, storage servers, or RDMA Network Fabric switches. For example, patchmgr updates Exadata Database Machine storage servers and database servers to Oracle Exadata System Software version 126.96.36.199.0, or InfiniBand Network Fabric switches to version 2.2.4-3.
The patchmgr update utility manages the update orchestration in a rolling or non-rolling manner for Exadata Database Machine infrastructure components (storage servers, database servers, and RDMA Network Fabric switches).
Typically, planned software updates require that the component be restarted after the update. For example, an Exadata database server must be restarted after applying an Exadata software release to update the system firmware and to make active a new Oracle Linux kernel. Similarly, an Oracle database instance must be stopped and restarted to apply a software update to the database home.
Oracle supplies some interim fixes, however, that can be applied online, such that a component does not require a restart to apply the fix and make them active. Online updates of qualified fixes are supported for the following components:
When performing storage server updates in a rolling manner with the databases remaining online, it is highly recommended to configure Oracle ASM disk groups with high redundancy. High redundancy disk groups can tolerate the failure of a disk in another storage server during rolling updates.
During rolling, or online, storage server updates, the disks for the storage server being updated are taken offline on one storage server by patchmgr while it is updated. After the update completes the disks are resynchronized by Oracle ASM, and then patchmgr starts to update the next storage server.
While disks are offline the disk group has reduced redundancy. A normal redundancy disk group with reduced redundancy during a rolling update may dismount and have data loss if a disk fails in another storage server.
Oracle ASM disk group redundancy is typically set during initial system configuration. Therefore, consider how you plan to perform storage server updates, rolling or non-rolling, prior to system configuration.
When performing Exadata database server, Oracle Grid Infrastructure, or Oracle Database software updates in a rolling manner on one database server at a time while database services remain running on the other servers in the cluster, the database services must be stopped on the Exadata database server being updated.
Use Oracle Data Guard logical standby database to reduce database upgrade downtime for patch set and release updates. Database upgrade downtime is reduced by allowing the logical standby database to be upgraded to the new version and kept synchronized while the primary database remains online running the current version.
Use Oracle GoldenGate to reduce database upgrade downtime for patch set and release updates. Downtime during a database upgrade is reduced by allowing the target database to be upgraded to the new version and kept synchronized while the source database remains online running the current version.
Oracle EXAchk is updated regularly to contain new features, fixes, best practice health checks, and version recommendations. Patchmgr for database servers is updated regularly to contain new features, fixes, and workarounds for known database server update issues. OPatch is updated regularly to contain new features and fixes.
It is supported to manually customize database servers, but note that customizing the operating system by adding or updating packages may require additional actions when applying a future Oracle Exadata System Software update with patchmgr (for example, removing customization prior to updating Exadata Database Machine servers and reapplying the customization after the update completes) because the additional software may add new dependencies which are not provided by a future Oracle Exadata System Software update. It is recommended to minimize database server customization. See the topic Updating Exadata Database Machine Database Servers for additional details.
However, it is supported to update only a subset of components during a software maintenance window while the remaining components remain at an earlier version. For example, the following scenarios are supported:
Update Exadata Database Machine storage servers to a higher version of the Oracle Exadata System Software while Oracle Grid Infrastructure or Oracle Database software remains at an earlier release and update level.
Features supplied with a new Oracle Exadata System Software release may require a minimum Oracle Grid Infrastructure or Oracle Database software release or release update. For example, the Exadata Database Machine feature Smart Scan Offload for Compressed Index Scan requires Oracle Database 12.2 and Oracle Exadata System Software 12.2 on storage servers.
Oracle Grid Infrastructure supports mixed versions only during a rolling update (for example, while updating from release 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206, or updating from release 220.127.116.11.161018 to 18.104.22.168.170117). Some Oracle Clusterware functionality is restricted while the cluster is in rolling upgrade mode.
There are exceptions where specific update ordering is required, which are documented in the Oracle Exadata System Software supplemental README for the version being updated to. Some examples of required update ordering are:
When updating an Oracle VM configuration from Oracle Exadata System Software release 12.1 to release 12.2, all user domains must be updated to Oracle Exadata System Software release 12.2 before updating the management domain to Oracle Exadata System Software release 12.2.
In general, software update ordering requirements occur when updating one or more components to a later version that contains new features, for example, when updating Oracle Exadata System Software from release 12.1 to release 12.2. Refer to the Oracle Exadata System Software supplemental README for the software version being updated to for additional details.
Run the prerequisite checks and correct any issues. The initial prerequisite check run should be performed days or weeks in advance of the maintenance window to allow time to correct issues. Run prerequisite checks again immediately before the update.
Patchmgr manages the update orchestration in a rolling or non-rolling manner for storage servers. When using the -rolling option, Oracle recommends that you use Oracle ASM high redundancy disk groups to tolerate the failure of a disk in another storage server during the update.
A new software home is prepared and updated while the Oracle Grid Infrastructure and Oracle Database software remains running. Once the new homes are prepared, Oracle Grid Infrastructure and Oracle Database are quickly stopped, switched to the new home, and restarted.
The OJVM update is a separate software update for database homes that addresses OJVM security vulnerabilities. It is installed separately from a standard software update. The OJVM update may be installed in a rolling man