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I don't have physical access to my Oracle server but I can run some sql command from Toad. Is there a way I can find wich version the server is running, like I know it's 10g but I'd like to know wich patchs and maybe more (memory used, buffers, etc.)

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up vote 7 down vote accepted

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In addition, to the accepted answer, you can find out the patches that have been applied by querying the registry$history table:

select id,action,comments from registry$history;

This table is normally only visible to the SYS user.

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select * from product_component_version;

will return:

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