Oracle Clustering compatibility from Confluence 2.10 to 4.3

I am currently working out a plan to upgrade our version of Confluence v2.10.2 to Confluence v4.3. We are performing this upgrade incrementally from 2.10.2 -> 3.5.17 -> 4.3.
However, I have a quick question about our Oracle RAC compatibility.
In summary, we have a 2 node Oracle RAC. We are running the following products and versions on our database servers:
  • Oracle Clusterware - Version
  • 10g Database - Version
  • Sun Cluster - Version 3.1
Are these technologies still compatible with Confluence v3.5 and v4.3?
Or will we need to upgrade these technologies ahead of our Confluence upgrade project?

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Hi Mervyn,

Strictly speaking neither Confluence 3.5.x nor v4.3.x actually support Oracle 10g databases, although in practice I'm not actually aware of any problems with customers running Confluence 4.3.x on Oracle 10g databases. However, they aren't tested configurations so you might find you have problems and need to upgrade the database, but I believe that in the short-term you wouldn't have problems with your current hardware although obviously you should perform a test upgrade first to avoid any unexpected problems

All the best,

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