John Webster wrote:
> Is there a SKS upgrade procedure posted anywhere?
I don't recall ever seeing one.
For SKS, as long as the DB version stays constant, I believe building the new
version and replacing the binaries should be enough.
To upgrade an existing KDB and PTree database, one needs to follow the
db_archive/db_checkpoint procedures that are part of the online release notes on
Oracle's site. (Usually it's nothing more than a log format change)
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