Check and Verify the Downloaded Oracle Software/Patch integrity

Check and Verify the Downloaded Oracle Software/Patch integrity

Check weather patch and Oracle Software is good condition. It is not corrupted during download or transfer.
We have different Operating system and we use different command to verify the download software is good.

For Windows Platform
1. FCIV
Download the software provided by Microsoft: File Checksum Integrity Verified (FCIV) utility.

fciv -both Softwarelocation.zip

Example:
C:\TEST\FCV>fciv -both C:\p29831650_121020_MSWIN-x86-64.zip
//
// File Checksum Integrity Verifier version 2.05.
//
MD5 SHA-1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
a4925d5fb075315557a035cb605b55e2 790d455a5f7c641e0bfacc45b334f4b14661acba
c:\p29831650_121020_mswin-x86-64.zip

Second command present in Windows Envornment:

CertUtil -hashfile Softwarelocation.zip MD5

Example:
C:\TEST\FCV>CertUtil -hashfile C:\p29831650_121020_MSWIN-x86-64.zip MD5
MD5 hash of C:\p29831650_121020_MSWIN-x86-64.zip:
a4925d5fb075315557a035cb605b55e2
CertUtil: -hashfile command completed successfully.

For Linux Platform

MD5:
$md5sum Softwarelocation.zip

SHA-1:
$ sha1sum Softwarelocation.zip

For AIX Platform

MD5:
$ csum Softwarelocation.zip

SHA-1:
$ csum -h SHA1 Softwarelocation.zip

For Solaris Platform

MD5:
$ digest -v -a md5 Softwarelocation.zip

SHA-1:
$/usr/bin/digest -v -a sha1 Softwarelocation.zip

For HPUX Platform

MD5:
$ openssl dgst -md5 Softwarelocation.zip

SHA-1:
$ openssl dgst -sha1 Softwarelocation.zip

1 thought on “Check and Verify the Downloaded Oracle Software/Patch integrity

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