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Upgrade CM and Oracle Database

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Hello,

We are uploading the version of our clusters to 6.3. During this process, we have found the need to also upgrade the Oracle database to version 19.
The Oracle upgrade was done but the process slowed down due to many Cloudera Manager objects in the Oracle database recycle bin.
A simply and maybe a stupid question but... Do you know if Cloudera Manager can be affected if we disable the Oracle recycle bin?

Thank you

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Re: Upgrade CM and Oracle Database

@Dibeza The Oracle Database Recycle Bin is used for recovering the table or data whatever you have dropped in past as far as I know. So logically there is no dependency of this feature to Cloudera Manager. 

All you have to check with DBA is that if they are okay to do this if they want some data to be restore from there in future. 

Cloudera Manager only needs the CM DB in healthy with all configurations available in there that’s it. 


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Re: Upgrade CM and Oracle Database

@Dibeza The Oracle Database Recycle Bin is used for recovering the table or data whatever you have dropped in past as far as I know. So logically there is no dependency of this feature to Cloudera Manager. 

All you have to check with DBA is that if they are okay to do this if they want some data to be restore from there in future. 

Cloudera Manager only needs the CM DB in healthy with all configurations available in there that’s it. 


Cheers!
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