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Steps to migrate from Oracle 8.0.6 to Oracle 10g R2

I have to migrate from Oracle 8.0.6 to Oracle 10g R2. What are the steps?

Hi, I have to migrate from Oracle 8.0.6 to Oracle 10g R2. I have a lot of doubts, because this will be the first time I will do this. I took training to become a DBA in Oracle 9i. I would like to know the steps that I must take to do the migration. Do I migrate first from Oracle 8 to Oracle 9i and then from Oracle 9i to Oracle 10g? Please, could you give me some ideas or the steps to follow to do this? Thanks for your help. Oracle 8 resides on Solaris 5.7 and we want to move to Solaris 10.

Migrating a database from Oracle 8.0.6 to 10gR2 is an enormous step. There have been many enhancements made in

the Oracle software and there will likely be some tuning associated with this migration. There are a number of methods to migrate your database but whatever method you choose, be sure to include enough time for testing the migration several times in a non-production environment. This includes testing the migration, as well as application and functional testing by your application and business support teams. Testing is never wasted!

A good source of information is the Oracle Database 10g Release 2 (10.2) Upgrade Guide. There is a section in this guide titled "Determine the Upgrade Path to the New Oracle Database 10g Release" which states that if you wish to upgrade your database in place, you must go from 8.0.6 to 8.1.7.4 and then to 10.2. Your other alternatives are to use export and import from the current 8.0.6 database to a newly created 10.2 database, or to copy the data using a database link. The upgrade guide explains each of these techniques, but you must choose the method you are most comfortable with and that fits within your migration strategy.

This was first published in April 2007

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