Oracle 19c – Complete Checklist for upgrading Oracle 12c, 18c Container Database (CDB) to Oracle 19c Release using DBUA
The purpose of this article is to perform upgrade of 12c, 18c container databases (CDB with one or more pluggable databases) using DBUA to Oracle 19c release.
About Database Upgrade Assistant (DBUA)
- Database Upgrade Assistant (DBUA) interactively steps you through the upgrade process. configures the database for the new Oracle Database 19c release. It is the recommended method for performing a major release upgrade or patchset release upgrade.
- DBUA automates the upgrade process by performing all of the tasks. DBUA makes appropriate recommendations for configuration options and then you can act on these recommendations.
- DBUA provides support for Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) databases. In an Oracle RAC environment, DBUA upgrade all the database and configuration files on all nodes in the cluster.
- DBUA, graphical user interface must be invoked within the new Oracle home where the Oracle Database 19c software has been installed.
For Windows, Only an Administrator or Installed owner should invoke DBUA for Windows systems.
- DBUA starts the Pre-Upgrade Tool, which automatically fixes some configuration settings to the values required for the upgrade. For example, the Pre-Upgrade Tool can change initialization parameters to values required for the upgrade. The Pre-Upgrade Tool also provides you with a list of items that you need to fix manually before you can continue with the upgrade.
- It also gives certain recommendations on certain areas belonging to the database. The recommendations can then be acted on making the upgrade process user friendly and easy.
- Once, you address / fix the pre-upgrade recommendation / warnings /errors and continue with the upgrade, DBUA shows the progress of the upgrade for each component of source database.
- As with previous releases of DBUA, 12c DBUA restricts the carry over of hidden parameters since Oracle recommends not to have hidden parameters other than those suggested via support during the upgrade.
To view existing hidden parameters execute the following command while connected AS SYSDBA:
- DBUA performs some of the checks before actually starting the database upgrade. Some of the checks can be done manually to reduce downtime for the upgrade.
- DBUA provides below options:
– Upgrade timezone. The default timezone version in 19c is 32.- Gather dictionary statistics before upgrade.
– Make user tablespaces read only.
– Take RMAN backup before upgrade.
– Restore database backup to rollback upgrade.
– Option to execute Custom scripts before and after upgrade
– Option to upgrade existing listener to 19c home or create a new listener in 19c target home.
- Starting with Oracle Database 12c release 2 (12.2), you can upgrade the database without disabling Oracle Database Vault. However, if you disabled Oracle Database Vault, then you must enable it manually after an upgrade.
- For multitenant architecture Oracle Database systems, starting with Oracle Database 12c release 2 (12.2), you can use priority lists to upgrade or exclude specific pluggable databases, or to set a specific upgrade priority order. So priority can be set for the pdbs of container database during DBUA upgrade.
Upgrade Path / Compatibility Matrix for 12.2 Oracle Container Database.
Minimum version of the database that can be directly upgraded to Oracle 19c.
|Source Database||Target Database|
DBUA can be used to upgrade Oracle 22.214.171.124 or higher container (CDB) databases to 19c release.
|Source Database||Target Database|
|126.96.36.199 or higher||19c|
Requirements and recommendations for source database
- Ensure that all database components/objects provided by Oracle are VALID in the source container database and all the pluggable databases prior to starting the upgrade.
- Ensure that you do not have duplicate objects in the SYS and SYSTEM schema.
Doc Id 556610.1 – Script to Collect DB Upgrade/Migrate Diagnostic Information (dbupgdiag.sql)
dbupgdiag.sql script is a set of sql statements intended to provide a user friendly output to diagnose the status of the database either before (or) after upgrade.
The script will create a output file called db_upg_diag_<sid>_<timestamp>.log
- Before you start an upgrade process, Oracle strongly recommends to apply the latest PSU or Proactive Bundle Patch / RU or RUR Patch. Refer Doc Id – 2118136.2 to download the patches.
- Make sure to have a valid backup of 12.1 source database prior to upgrade.
- Disable any custom triggers that would get executed before / after DDL statements. Re-enable them after the upgrade.
- Check the database server upgrade/downgrade compatibility matrix before upgrading the database.
- Set Archive Log ON during upgrade. Oracle recommends that you set Archive Log ON in order for DBUA to create and update the log file for the upgrade process.
- For Oracle RAC, if you upgrade a cluster database using DBUA, then you must leave the CLUSTER_DATABASE initialization parameter set to TRUE.
- Though, DBUA execute the preupgrade steps ( preupgrade.jar ), it is recommended to execute pre-upgrade utility and follow the recommendation like gather stats, purge recylebin etc.
- Examine and follow the recommendation given in the preupgrade log file.
- Materialized views in source database should be stopped before upgrade
Doc ID 1406586.1 – How to Handle Materialized Views When You Upgrade or Clone a Database
- Disable scheduled database custom jobs / cron jobs.
Requirements and Recommendations for Target database
- Verify whether your operating system / platform is certified for 19c release.
- Download and Install Oracle 19c in a new Oracle_Home and make sure there are no binary relink errors.
- Download and Install the latest available RU / RUR patch from My Oracle Support (MOS). Refer Doc Id – 2118136.2 to download patches.
- Review patch recommendations as given in the article “Patches to apply before upgrading Oracle GI and DB to 19c (Doc ID 2539751.1)”
Prerequisites for Preparing Oracle Home on Windows
Your system must meet these requirements before you can upgrade Oracle Database on Microsoft Windows platforms. For security reasons, different Microsoft Windows user accounts configured as Oracle home users for different Oracle homes are not allowed to share the same Oracle Base.
- Database upgrade is supported when the same Windows user account is used as the Oracle home user in both the source and destination Oracle homes.
- Database upgrade is supported when the Oracle home from which the database is being upgraded uses the Windows Built-in Account. Releases earlier than Oracle Database 12c (release 11.2 and earlier) only supported the built-in account option for the Oracle home user on Windows.
- The Oracle home user may not have access to files outside its own Oracle Base and Oracle home. If that is the case, then if you choose a different Oracle Base during upgrade, it is possible that Oracle Database services cannot access files in the older Oracle Base. Using DBUA for database upgrade ensures that the Oracle home user has access to files outside of its own Oracle Base and its own Oracle home.
FILE|TERMINAL – Use this option to direct script output to a file. Use TERMINAL to direct output to the terminal. If it is not specified then default is FILE.
TEXT – Use this option to specify log should be in Text format. Use TEXT to specify text output. Use XML to specify XML output. If you do not specify an output type, then the default is text.
DIR – Logs will be created under <output_dir>. Directs the output to a specific directory. If you do not specify an output directory with the DIR option, then the output is directed to one of the default locations: If you define ORACLE_BASE environment variable then the generated scripts and log files will be created under $ORACLE_BASE/cfgtoollogs/<dbname>/preupgrade/ location else it will create under $ORACLE_HOME/cfgtoollogs/db_name/preupgrade/.
please make sure all the pluggable databases are open before running below preupgrade step:
source Oracle Home : /refresh/app/oracle/product/188.8.131.52.0
target Oracle Home : /refresh/app/oracle/product/184.108.40.206
$ export ORACLE_HOME=/refresh/app/oracle/product/220.127.116.11.0
$ export PATH=/refresh/app/oracle/product/18.104.22.168.0/bin:$PATH
$ export ORACLE_SID=cdb12201
$ /refresh/app/oracle/product/22.214.171.124.0/jdk/bin/java -jar /refresh/app/oracle/product/126.96.36.199/rdbms/admin/preupgrade.jar FILE TEXT
Execute fixup scripts across the entire CDB:
1. Execute preupgrade fixups with the below command
$ORACLE_HOME/perl/bin/perl -I$ORACLE_HOME/perl/lib -I$ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/catcon.pl -l /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/ -b preup_cdb12201 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_fixups.sql
2. Review logs under /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/
After the upgrade:
1. Execute postupgrade fixups with the below command
$ORACLE_HOME/perl/bin/perl -I$ORACLE_HOME/perl/lib -I$ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/catcon.pl -l /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/ -b postup_cdb12201 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/postupgrade_fixups.sql
2. Review logs under /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/.
The preupgrade.jar has generated fixup scripts for CDB$ROOT,PDB$SEED and pluggable databases. you may find below scripts in /u01/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12102/preupgrade/*.sql.
[oracle@celvpvm14867 preupgrade]$ ls -ltr /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/*upgrade*
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 7884 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_driver.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 455876 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_package.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 100166 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_messages.properties
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 9855 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_fixups_CDB_ROOT.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 9259 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/postupgrade_fixups_CDB_ROOT.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 7780 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_CDB_ROOT.log
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 8005 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_fixups_PDB_SEED.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 9258 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/postupgrade_fixups_PDB_SEED.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 7317 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_PDB_SEED.log
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 7093 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_fixups_PDB12201.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 9258 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/postupgrade_fixups_PDB12201.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 6578 May 31 07:33 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_PDB12201.log
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 7077 May 31 07:34 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_fixups_PDB1.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 9242 May 31 07:34 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/postupgrade_fixups_PDB1.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 6570 May 31 07:34 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_PDB1.log
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 7077 May 31 07:34 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_fixups_PDB2.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 9242 May 31 07:34 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/postupgrade_fixups_PDB2.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 6570 May 31 07:34 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_PDB2.log
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 32106 May 31 07:34 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_fixups.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 33554 May 31 07:34 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/postupgrade_fixups.sql
-rw-rw-r– 1 oracle oracle 34815 May 31 07:34 /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade.log
Examine the preupgrade.log file and follow the recommendation. Execute the preupgrade_fixups_<pdb_name>.sql against all or respective pluggable database.
The below command will run the preupgrade_fixups.sql against all the pluggable databases.
$ORACLE_HOME/perl/bin/perl $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/catcon.pl -n 2 -e -b preupgrade_fixups /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgradepreupgrade_fixups.sql
To run the preupgrade fixups script against a particular pluggable database, below command can be used:
$ORACLE_HOME/perl/bin/perl catcon.pl -c ‘CDB$ROOT’ -n 2 -e -b /preupgrade_fixups_cdbroot /refresh/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/cdb12201/preupgrade/preupgrade_fixups_CDB_ROOT.sql
Check for Invalid Objects / Components:
Verify the below queries against the database and all the pluggable databases.
set linesize 100
select substr(comp_name,1,40) comp_name, status, substr(version,1,10) version from dba_registry order by comp_name;
select substr(object_name,1,40) object_name,substr(owner,1,15) owner,object_type from dba_objects where status=’INVALID’ order by owner,object_type;
select owner,object_type,count(*) from dba_objects where status=’INVALID’ group by owner,object_type order by owner,object_type ;
If you find invalid objects and/or database components then try to VALIDATE the invalid objects and/or database components by executing the following steps:
Run $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/utlrp.sql to validate the invalid objects in the database. You can execute the utlrp.sql scripts multiple times to validate the invalid objects.
From source home,execute the utlrp.sql against the container and all the pluggable databases.
$ORACLE_HOME/perl/bin/perl catcon.pl -n 1 -e -b utlrp -d ”’.”’ utlrp.sql
$ sqlplus “/ as sysdba”
using -b utlrp, the log file utlrp0.log is generated as the script is run. The log file provides results of the recompile.
Gathering Optimizer Statistics to Decrease Oracle Database Downtime
Oracle strongly recommends that you use this procedure to gather statistics before performing Oracle Database upgrades.Oracle recommends that you use the DBMS_STATS.GATHER_DICTIONARY_STATS procedure to gather these statistics. For example, enter the following command:
Above command gather dictionary statistics for all PDBs in a container database.
you can use the below command to gather statistics against a particular PDB.
For pdb_1 pluggable database :
$ORACLE_HOME/perl/bin/perl $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/catcon.pl -l /tmp -c ‘PDB_1’ -b pdb_1_gatherstats — –x”exec dbms_stats.gather_dictionary_stats”
for cdb$root container:
$ORACLE_HOME/perl/bin/perl $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/catcon.pl -l /tmp -c ‘CDB$ROOT’ -b root_gatherstats — –x”exec dbms_stats.gather_dictionary_stats”
Verifying Materialized View Refreshes are Complete Before Upgrade
Use this procedure to query the system to determine if there are any materialized view refreshes still in progress. Before upgrading Oracle Database, you must wait until all materialized views have
It will verify against all the pluggable databases or below query can be used to verify against particular PDB:
Doc ID 1406586.1 – How to Handle Materialized Views When You Upgrade or Clone a Database
Check of TIMESTAMP WITH TIMEZONE Datatype
The time zone files that are supplied with Oracle Database 19c release is version 32.
Case 1 Timezone version of source database is lower or equal 32.
If the source database is using a timezone file lower than version 32 then there is no DST patch to apply in source oracle home or target 12cR2 home.
Case 2 Timezone version of source database is higher than 32.
If the source database uses a Timezone version higher than 32 then BEFORE the upgrade you MUST patch the target 19c Oracle Home with a timezone data file of the SAME version as the one used in the source release database.
Ensuring That No Files Are in Backup Mode and no files need media recovery Before Upgrading
Execute below query to check for the status of the backup:
SQL> SELECT * FROM v$backup WHERE status != ‘NOT ACTIVE’;
Ensure that no files require media recovery:
SQL> SELECT * FROM v$recover_file;
Purging Recycle Bin before upgrade
below command can be used to purge from all the pdbs:
SQL> PURGE DBA_RECYCLEBIN;
Starting with Oracle Database 12c release 2 (12.2), you can upgrade the database without disabling Oracle Database Vault.
If your target Oracle Database release is 12.2 or later, then you can upgrade without disabling Oracle Database Vault.
If you have Oracle Database Vault enabled in your source Oracle Database release, then you can upgrade Oracle Database to Oracle Database 18c and later releases without first disabling Oracle Database Vault. After the upgrade, if your source Oracle Database release is Oracle Database 12c release 1 (12.1) or later, then Oracle Database Vault is enabled with the same enforcement settings that you had in place before the upgrade.
For example, if your source database is Oracle Database release 12.1, and Oracle Database Vault was disabled in that release, then it remains disabled after you upgrade.
If your source Oracle Database release 12.1 database had Oracle Database Vault enabled before the upgrade, then Oracle Database Vault is enabled after the upgrade.
If you manually disable Oracle Database Vault before the upgrade, then you must enable Oracle Database Vault manually after the upgrade
Schema-Only Accounts and Upgrading EXPIRED Password Accounts
Before starting your upgrade, determine if you want to use password authenticate to default Oracle Database accounts where their passwords are in EXPIRED status, and their account is in LOCKED status
During upgrades to Oracle Database 19c, default Oracle accounts that have not had their passwords reset before upgrade (and are set to EXPIRED status), and that are also set to LOCKED status, are set to NO AUTHENTICATION after the upgrade is complete.
Because of this new feature, default accounts that are changed to schema-only accounts become unavailable for password authentication. The benefit of this feature is that administrators no longer have to periodically rotate the passwords for these Oracle Database-provided schemas. This feature also reduces the security risk of attackers using default passwords to hack into these accounts.
If you want to prevent these Oracle accounts from being set to schema-only accounts during the upgrade, then you must either set a valid strong password for the account before you start the upgrade, or set a valid strong password for these accounts after upgrade, or unlock the accounts before you log in to the upgraded Oracle Database.
After the upgrade, an administrator can also enable password authentication for schema-only accounts. However, for better security, Oracle recommends that you keep these accounts as schema only accounts.
Copying Transparent Encryption Oracle Wallets
If you use Oracle wallet with Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), then copy the sqlnet.ora and wallet file to the new Oracle home.
You must copy the sqlnet.ora and the wallet file manually before starting the upgrade.
1. Log in as an authorized user.
2. Manually copy the sqlnet.ora file, and the wallet file, ewallet.p12, to the new release Oracle home.
3. Open the Oracle wallet in mount.
SQL> STARTUP MOUNT;
SQL> ALTER SYSTEM SET ENCRYPTION WALLET OPEN;
Understanding Password Case Sensitivity and SEC_CASE_SENSITIVE_LOGON parameter
Starting with Oracle Database 12c release 2 (12.2), the default password-based authentication protocol configuration excludes the use of the case-insensitive 10G password version. By default, the SQLNET.ORA parameter SQLNET.ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_SERVER is set to 12, which is an Exclusive Mode.
For greater security, Oracle recommends that you leave case-sensitive password-based authentication enabled. This setting is the default. However, you can temporarily disable case-sensitive authentication during the upgrade to new Oracle Database releases. After the upgrade, you can then decide if you want to enable the case-sensitive password-based authentication feature as part of your implementation plan to manage your password versions.
Before upgrading, Oracle recommends that you determine if this change to the default password-based authentication protocol configuration affects you. Perform the following checks:
- Identify if you have accounts that use only 10G case-insensitive password authentication versions.
- Identify if you have Oracle Database 11g release 2 (188.8.131.52) database or earlier clients that have not applied critical patch update CPUOct2012, or a later patch update, and have any account that does not have the case-insensitive 10G password version.
- Ensure that you do not have the deprecated parameter SEC_CASE_SENSITIVE_LOGON set to FALSE. Setting this parameter to FALSE prevents the use of the case-sensitive password versions (the 11G and 12C password versions) for authentication.
Running Upgrades with Read-Only Tablespaces
Use the Parallel Upgrade Utility with the -T option to take schema-based tablespaces offline during upgrade. Oracle Database can read file headers created in earlier releases, so you are not required to do anything to them during the upgrade. The file headers of READ ONLY tablespaces are updated when they are changed to READ WRITE.
If the upgrade suffers a catastrophic error, so that the upgrade is unable to bring the tablespaces back online, then review the upgrade log files. The log files contain the actual SQL statements required to make the tablespaces available. To bring the tablespaces back online, you must run the SQL statements in the log files for the database, or run the log files for each PDB.
Deprecated Parameters and Desupported Parameters
Remove desupported initialization parameters and adjust deprecated initialization parameters. In new releases, some parameters are desupported, and other parameters are deprecated. Remove all desupported parameters from any parameter file that starts the new Oracle Database instance. Desupported parameters can cause errors in new Oracle Database releases.
The Pre-Upgrade Information Tool displays any deprecated parameters and desupported parameters it finds in the Deprecated Parameters and Desupported Parameters sections, respectively.
Once all prerequisite checks are successful, run DBUA. Pleaes make sure that environment variables are pointing to Target Oracle 19c.
$ export ORACLE_HOME=/refresh/app/oracle/product/184.108.40.206
$ export PATH=/refresh/app/oracle/product/220.127.116.11/bin:$PATH
$ cd $ORACLE_HOME/bin/
DBUA (Step 1 of 10)
Choose the database for upgrade to Oracle 19c. In this case, it is cdb12201 container database.
DBUA (Step 2 of 10)
From 12.2, we can prioritize the upgrade of the pluggable database. In the given screen, the cdb12201 container database is having three pdbs : pdb12201, pdb1, pdb2.
The priority of pdb12201 is set to 1 whereas pdb1,pdb2 set with priority 2. Based on this selection DBUA will upgrade pdb12201 first followed by pdb1, pdb2.
DBUA (Step 3 of 10)
Once you choose the database, the DBUA will perform the pre-upgrade steps. It will execute the preupgrade scripts against all the pdbs and show errors / warnings. Choose “Show All Container” for the reported errors. If the errors are fixable than click on “Fix & Check Again”. If there are any errors which can not be fixed by DBUA then manually fix and verify that there are no errors in the prerequisite checks page.
DBUA (Step 4 of 10)
Once the preupgrade warnings / errors has been addressed, In step 4, we can choose options to Enable Parallel upgrade, Recompile Invalid Objects in post-upgrade, Timezone upgrade for all the pdbs (The timezone version on 19c is 32), Gather statistics for all the pdbs.
DBUA (Step 5 of 10)
In the given screen, there are recovery options available. you can choose to Create a Guranteed Restore Point or RMAN backup incase of failure of upgrade.
DBUA (Step 6 of 10)
We can configure new listener or upgrade the existing “LISTENER_12101” listener which is running from 18.104.22.168 home to Target 19c home.
DBUA (Step 7 of 10)
This screen is to configure EM express or register the upgraded database with EM Cloud control.
DBUA (Step 8 of 10)
This is the summary screen before the actual upgrade starts. Click on Finish to proceed with the upgrade.
DBUA (Step 9 of 10)
Once the ugprade stats, DBUA will configure and bring up the database in upgrade mode from 19c home and it will perform the upgrade of CDB$ROOT container.
Based on the priority order choosen on Step 2 of 10. DBUA will configure P1, P2 priority list for PDBs : pdb12201, pdb1 and pdb2. Priority of PDB12201 is set to 1 and priority of pdb1, pdb2 is set to 2.
PDBs in P1 priority list (PDB$SEED, PDB12201) will be upgraded after the upgrade of CDB$ROOT. and PDBs in P2 priority list (PDb1, PDB2) will be upgraded after the upgrade of PDBs of P1 priority list.
After completing the upgrade to root container, DBUA will perform the upgrade of P1 priority list PDBs (PDB$SEED, PDB12201).
then DBUA will perform the upgrade of P2 priority list (pdb1, pdb2).
DBUA (Step 10 of 10)
Once DBUA complete the upgrade, it will show the results.
Below screen shows the total duration and Timezone information.