Oracle Critical Database Patch ID for July 2023 along with enabled Download Link

An Essential/Critical Patch Update could be a collection of patches for multiple security vulnerabilities. These patches address vulnerabilities in Oracle code and third-party elements enclosed in Oracle merchandise. These patches are sometimes additive, however every informative describes only the protection patches intercalary since the previous essential Patch Update informative.

Below is the list of Oracle Critical Patch IDs for all versions (21c, 19c) of Grid & Databases along with combo PSU, EXADATA, and SUPERCLUSTER patch IDs for July 2023. All patch IDs are enabled with the direct download link.

Version 21c (

Patch IDDatabase ReleasePatch TypeAvailable Date (ETA)
3542790721. (UNIX)AVAILABLE
3542897821. (UNIX)AVAILABLE
3534797421. WINDOWS BP (32 & 64 BIT)AVAILABLE
3542897821. (UNIX)AVAILABLE
21c: Oracle Critical Patches Jul, 23

Version 19c (

Patch IDDatabase ReleasePatch TypeAvailable Date (ETA)
3537016719. OJVM plus GRID (UNIX)AVAILABLE
3531949019. (UNIX)AVAILABLE
35348034 WINDOWS BP (32 & 64 BIT)AVAILABLE
35370042Q FULL STACK 19.20.0 (Jul.2023)
35370057Q Full Stack SuperCluster (Q3.2023)SOLARIS SPARC 64-BitAVAILABLE
3535440619. (All Platform)AVAILABLE
3532008119. (UNIX)AVAILABLE
19c: Oracle Critical Patches Jul, 23

Click here to read about Steps to Apply Combo Patch (Oct 2022) on Clusterware in Two Node RAC in Oracle.

The next four dates for Critical Patch Updates are:

  • 17th Oct 2023
  • 16th January 2024
  • 16th Apr 2024
  • 16th Jul 2024

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Key points to remember:

**All patch IDs are enabled with the direct download link.
**To download patches you need valid credentials of Oracle support/Metalink.

**All patch IDs are provided by Oracle, visit DOC ID 2946185.1

**Most patches are revealed for platform Linux except Exadata and Supercluster, a few platforms are to be revealed soon, refer to the above tables for ETA.

**21c does not have COMBO or OJVM patches. Instead, the OJVM fixes are contained within the DB RU and the GU RU patches.
**Team DBsGuru is not chargeable for patch transfer/download to apply or any error occurs while the patch applies, so transfer/download the proper patch for the desired version and platform.

** Oracle client home patch ID is the same patch ID as Oracle database server home-specific platform UNIX or WINDOWS i.e applicable on both.

**Always suggest reviewing patch readme, specific to patch ID before applying.

**Feel free to reach us for any help/suggestion required on the patch, drop your valuable concerns/suggestions within the comment/chat section.
**Click here to get patch delivery methods for and greater (Doc ID 2337415.1).
**Click here to get patch delivery methods for and order (Doc ID Note 1962125.1).

**Beginning with the October 2022 patching cycle, 19c RURs will no longer be provided for 19.17.0 and above. No additional RURs will be delivered on any platform after the delivery of Oracle Database 19c RUR 19.16.2 in January 2023. Refer to Sunsetting of 19c RURs and FAQ (Note 2898381.1) for further details.

**Frequent access to recommended and well-tested collections of patches, Oracle is introducing Monthly Recommended Patches (MRPs) starting in Nov 2022. MRPs are supported only on the Linux x86-64 platform. Refer to Introducing Monthly Recommended Patches (MRPs) and FAQ (Note 2898740.1) for more details.

**Feel free to reach us for any help/suggestion required on the patch, drop your valuable concerns/suggestions within the comment/chat section.

This document is just for learning purposes and always validate in the LAB environment first before applying it in the LIVE environment.

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