Oracle RDBMS数据库版本支持状态

Oracle RDBMS数据库版本支持状态

This note shows the current main Oracle Database releases along with information about the support status of each release and its Patch Sets.

  • To see the main support alerts and Patch Set release note updates for any release click on the 3 digit RDBMS version number in the first column of the table below.
  • For details of the new Lifetime Support Policy which applies to server releases 9.2.0 onwards see Note:971415.1
  • For details of Oracles Error Correction Support Policy in relation to Patch Set levels where fixes can be produced see the link in Note:209768.1
  • For details Patch Set release dates and proposed release dates see Note:742060.1
  • To see the desupport notices click on the hyperlinked desupport dates in the table (only for releases < 9.2).
  • For terms used here see Terminology after the table.
  • See Note:207303.1 for details of interoperability support between different Oracle releases.

 

Oracle Database Releases Status Summary
Release
(Click for Details)
Current Patch Set
(Click for Availability and Known Issues
Next Patch Set Premier Support Ends Extended Support Ends Notes
12.1.0.X 12.1.0.2 None Base release is 12.1.0.1 .
12.1.0.2 is the terminal 12.1 Patch Set and only available for Enterprise Edition and Standard Edition 2 – see Note:2027072.1
11.2.0.X 11.2.0.4 None Jan-2015 Jan-2018
Extended Support fees are waived for the first year from Jan-2015 to Jan-2016
See Note:1067455.1

Patching for 11.2.0.1 ended on 13/Sep/2011
Patching for 11.2.0.2 ended on 31/Oct/2013
Patching for 11.2.0.3 ended on 27/Aug/2015 – See Note:742060.1

Base release is 11.2.0.1.
11.2.0.4 is the terminal 11.2 Patch Set
11.2 Patch Sets are full releases – see Note:1189783.1
11.1.0.X 11.1.0.7 None Aug-2012 Aug-2015
Patching for 11.1.0.7 ended on 31/Aug/2015 for most platforms.
Limited Extended Support available for HPUX-Itanium – see Note:1307745.1
Base release is 11.1.0.6 .
11.1.0.7 is the terminal 11.1 Patch Set
10.2.0.X 10.2.0.5 None Jul-2010 Jul-2013
Limited Extended Support ended on 31-July-2015 for most platforms. (For platform exceptions see “Oracle Software Technical Support Policies” Extended Support section.)
Market Driven Support (MDS) for Oracle Database (10gR2) can be purchased to extend support until July 2016.
10.2.0.5 is the terminal 10.2 Patch Set.

The Free Extended Support period ended on 31-Jul-2011.
The Limited Extended Support period ended on 31-Jul-2015.

10.1.0.X 10.1.0.5 None Jan-2009 Jan-2012 10.1.0.5 is the terminal 10.1 Patch Set.
10.1 Extended Support has ended – see Note:761713.1
9.2.0.X 9.2.0.8 None Jul-2007 Jul-2010
Limited Extended Support was available from July 2010 to July 2012 on selected platforms.
See the 9.2 Extended Support details here
9.2.0.8 is terminal 9.2 Patch Set.
The Free Extended Support period ended on 31-Jul-2008. See Note:392222.1

Key to coloring of above table:

Premier Support
Extended Support
Limited Extended Support
Market-Driven Support
Fixes only possible where noted
Sustaining Support
Release
(Click to see Details)
Terminal Patch Set Error Correction Support Ends
(Click on dates to see Desupport Notices)
Extended Maintenance Support Ends
(Click on dates to see Desupport Notices)
Notes
9.0.1.X 9.0.1.4
(9.0.1.5 for iAS)
31-Dec-2003 No EMS. 9.0.1.4 was the terminal “general use” 9.0 patch set.
9.0.1.5 was a special iAS infrastructure only version.
8.1.7.X 8.1.7.4 31-Dec-2004 for strategic platforms
31-Dec-2003 for other platforms

(Novell NetWare ended 31-Jan-2003)
31-Dec-2006 for strategic platforms
31-Dec-2005 (or earlier) for others

(No EMS for Novell NetWare)
8.1.7.4 is the final Patch Set for 8.1.7.
EMS has ended.
Fixes were possible for exception cases listed in the Desupport Notice.
8.1.6.X 8.1.6.3 31-Oct-2001 Extended to 01-Jun-2002 for E-Business Suite Customers only. No EMS EMS is NOT available.
8.1.5.X 8.1.5.1 01-Jan-2001 No EMS 8.1.5.1 exists on Solaris / NT / SNI / SGI only
8.0.6.X 8.0.6.3 30-Sep-2001 EMS ended 30-Sep-2003 After EMS fixes were possible for customers with E-Business Suite (in Server Partitioned mode). 8.0.6.3 only
8.0.5.X 8.0.5.2 OpenVMS 31-Mar-2001
HPUX 64 bit 01-Jan-2001
AIX 64 bit 01-Jan-2001
Other platforms 30-June-2000
No EMS  
8.0.4.X 8.0.4.4 31-Mar-2000  No EMS OS/390 was desupported 01-Nov-2000
8.0.3.X 8.0.3.2 31-Mar-1999 No EMS  
7.3.4.X 7.3.4.5 31-Dec-2000 EMS ended 31-Dec-2002 EMS has ended
7.3.3.X 7.3.3.6 31-Dec-1998 EMS ended 31-Dec-2000 EMS has ended
7.3.2.X 7.3.2.3 31-Jan-1998 No EMS No EMS was available for 7.3.2

Key to coloring of above table:

No Error Correction available

Interoperability Support

See Note:207303.1 for details of interoperability support between different Oracle releases.

Terminology Used in this Article

Release
This is the first 3 digits of the Oracle Database (RDBMS). Click on the links in this column to see support status of the release, recent server alerts and latest information on Patch Sets. For 8.1.7 onwards these links also include information about which Patch Sets are available on which platforms.
Patch Set
Patch sets are Oracle Corporation’s mechanism for delivering fully tested and integrated product fixes on a regular basis. Patch sets provide bug fixes only; they may include limited new functionality but do not change existing correct functionality, and do not require certification on the target system. Application of a Patch set changes the 4th digit of the Oracle Database release.
Patch Sets are released individually for each platform but contain a common set of generic bug fixes which may be supplemented by additional port specific bug fixes. Eg: 10.1.0.4 on AIX will contain the same generic bug fixes as 10.1.0.4 on Solaris.
Patch sets are cumulative. For example, 10.1.0.4 includes all the fixes in 10.1.0.3 as well as new fixes for 10.1.0.4.
The release dates of current Patch Sets on each platform are detailed in Note:742060.1
Next Patch Set
This column shows the version of the next expected Patch Set. Note that this is not a guarantee that the listed patch set will be released, and if it is released it may not be produced for all platforms.
“None” indicates no more patch sets are planned.
Terminal Patch Set
This is the final patch set for the release. (Some platforms may have a lower terminal patch set)
Patch Set Exception (PSE) / Interim Patch
The terms “Interim Patch” and “Patch Set Exception” are synonymous. If a customer encounters a critical problem that requires a fix prior to the next patch set becoming available then they can request that a one off fix is made available on top of the latest patch set. Such requests require suitable technical and business justification before being processed, and the resulting fixes are not regression tested. Patch set exceptions are only available:

  • On Oracle releases eligible for Premier Support or where a customer has purchased Extended Support
  • On the latest patch set on the given release / platform
  • Subject to suitable technical and business justification
  • Subject to technical feasibility

Full details of “Interim Patches” can be see from the link in Note:209768.1 which should be read in conjunction with the “patching end” dates in Note:742060.1

Premier Support
This term applies to server releases >= 9.2 only.
See Note:971415.1 for links to the Lifetime Support Policy documents. Allows for fixes to new bugs / issues to be provided. Customers are expected to be on the latest Patch Set in order to get any Patch Set Exception (a one off bug fix).
Extended Support
This term applies to server releases >= 9.2 only.
See Note:971415.1 for links to the Lifetime Support Policy documents. This is a purchasable support option which allows one-off fixes (Patch Set Exceptions) to be obtained for critical issues.
Limited Extended Support
Extended Support is available but is limited to Severity 1 fixes only; critical patch updates will not be made available.
Market-Driven Support
See Market Driven Support (MDS) for Oracle Database (10gR2).
Severity 1 fixes only.
Sustaining Support
This term applies to server releases >= 9.2 only.
See Note:971415.1 for links to the Lifetime Support Policy documents. Customers get indefinite assistance with service requests, on a commercially reasonable basis, 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
Error Correction Support (ECS)
This term applies to server releases <= 9.0 only.
Allows for fixes to new bugs / issues to be provided. Customers are expected to be on the latestPatch Set in order to get any Patch Set Exception (a one off bug fix). Once a release has passed its Error Correction Support date it enters Extended Assistance Support.
Extended Maintenance Support (EMS)
This term applies to server releases <= 9.0 only.
This is a purchasable support option which allows one-off fixes (Patch Set Exceptions) to be obtained for critical issues. Customers who have not purchased EMS cannot get fixes for new issues. EMS customers must be on the Terminal Patch Set of the given release.
Extended Assistance Support (EAS)
This term applies to server releases <= 9.0 only.
More details of what EAS encompasses can be seen in any of the desupport notices. Most importantly EAS does NOT include:

  • New bug fixes nor backports of existing fixes
  • Escalation support nor response time adherence

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