dbpatchmdg rollback_async

Note:

This command is deprecated as of release 18.3.6 in September 2018. It is replaced by the dbaascli patch db switchback command. You should discontinue using this deprecated command as it will be removed in a future release.

The rollback_async option of the dbpatchmdg utility is used to roll back a patch that has been applied on a Oracle Database Cloud Service database deployment hosting an Oracle Data Guard configuration.
dbpatchmdg -rollback_async patch_id  [-sshkey=ssh_file] [-txn_fl=/var/opt/oracle/log/dbpatchmdg/file_name] [-exclude_node=ip address] [-no_switchover]

Options of dbpatchmdg rollback_async are as follows.

Option Description

patch_id

The ID of the patch to be rolled back.

-sshkey=ssh_file

The SSH key file name. Provide this if the SSH key has changed.

-txn_fl=/var/opt/oracle/log/dbpatchmdg/file_name

The file that the master transaction record will be written to.

-exclude_node=ip address

The IP address of a node that should be excluded from the roll back.

-no_switchover

Indicates that no switchover should take place during the operation. With this option, the primary database will incur downtime.