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- What is patching and why do you need to patch Weblogic Server
- Oracle Critical Patch Update - October 2016
- Weblogic12c - How to display PSU version for Weblogic 12c
What is patching and why do you need to patch Weblogic Server
Risk matrices list only security vulnerabilities that are newly fixed by the patches associated with this advisory. Risk matrices for previous security fixes can be found in previous Critical Patch Update advisories. An English text version of the risk matrices provided in this document is here.
Oracle Critical Patch Update - October 2016
This Critical Patch Update contains 66 new security fixes for Oracle PeopleSoft Products. 8 of these vulnerabilities may be remotely exploitable without authentication, ., may be exploited over a network without requiring user credentials. The English text form of this Risk Matrix can be found here.
Weblogic12c - How to display PSU version for Weblogic 12c
This checkApplicable command produces a list of Oracle homes to which the patch can be applied. For Fusion Middleware, this command is limited in scope to the top-level Middleware home:
The process to patch in a distributed environment depends on whether or not your Middleware home directory is shared or not shared.
If your existing software version is , you only need to follow the instructions in Steps 6-9 in Table 8-6, Summary of Patching Procedures and Links to Documentation .
Move any Oracle Service Bus configuration(s) you want to publish on the server to the Configured pane. You can modify this targeting after you create the server by right-clicking the server and selecting Add and Remove.
Consider the environment shown in Figure 7-8. This is also a distributed environment, where you have identical topologies on separate machines, but the Middleware home on Middleware Host 7 is shared or NFS mounted:
Oracle recommends that you always check for and obtain the latest version of OPatch from My Oracle Support (formerly Oracle Meta Link ).
For more information, see Upgrading Policies with upgradeOpss in Oracle Fusion Middleware Security Guide.
If for some reason the result is not satisfactory, you can use the opatch rollback command to remove the patch from the Oracle home. See Section , Rolling Back Patches and Deploying Patched Artifacts to WebLogic Servers for more information, and consult the README file for specific instructions.