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some doubts with the 64 bits architecture [message #196223] Wed, 04 October 2006 09:55 Go to next message
aline
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Hello,

I have installed an Oracle 9.2.0.7 database on linux red hat ES 64 bit architecture in July. Since then I have many crash (ora-00600 and 7445).

I just want to know why my installation is not stable.
My first idea is than Oracle doesn't run well with the 64-bit architecture.

What do you think about that? Some of you have seen same problems?
Is it the same with 10G database?

thk in advance
Re: some doubts with the 64 bits architecture [message #196226 is a reply to message #196223] Wed, 04 October 2006 10:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mahesh Rajendran
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>> My first idea is than Oracle doesn't run well with the 64-bit architecture.
I see no valid claims for this.
I am running Oracle on 64 bit (suse/sun/RAC cluster on Sun Cluster).
I have no almost no problems.
>> Since then I have many crash (ora-00600 and 7445).
These are usually best deal with Oracle support.
Most of ORA-0600 errors are documented with workarounds.
Re: some doubts with the 64 bits architecture [message #196248 is a reply to message #196226] Wed, 04 October 2006 11:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
aline
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thk for you response

Mahesh Rajendran wrote on Wed, 04 October 2006 10:01

>> My first idea is than Oracle doesn't run well with the 64-bit architecture.
I see no valid claims for this.
I am running Oracle on 64 bit (suse/sun/RAC cluster on Sun Cluster).
I have no almost no problems.
>> Since then I have many crash (ora-00600 and 7445).
These are usually best deal with Oracle support.
Most of ORA-0600 errors are documented with workarounds.



You have not the same architecture. 64-bits runs for a long time in sun system, no in standards linux system.
I'm ok with your comments. I can solve many ora-00600 after they comes, but I prefer to prevent them. I translate this with "we don't want the most speedest database but with the more stable"
Re: some doubts with the 64 bits architecture [message #196253 is a reply to message #196248] Wed, 04 October 2006 11:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mahesh Rajendran
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guess you missed this part.
>>I am running Oracle on 64 bit (suse/sun/RAC cluster on Sun Cluster)

I have several 64 bit SUSE/Redhat servers with oracle.
I have no problems with OS.
ORA-0600 are usual bugs/issues with oracle that may arise even with 32 bit.
For example, one of our busiest report server( Oracle application server along with other components like portal ) currently has an uptime for about 322 days.
I am happy Smile

PS:
It depends on your Unix folks too Smile

And, i now currently building/testing a series of 10gR2 databases (around 1TB of storage)on SUSE. Have no problems yet.
Infact we run a bunch clusters. 10node/20node/40node LSF clusters for Scientific computing ( not for databases). Have no complains yet

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Re: some doubts with the 64 bits architecture [message #196291 is a reply to message #196223] Wed, 04 October 2006 19:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I have four 64-bit systems running V10.2.
They have been stable since the s/w driver issues were resolved.
I have never had ORA-00600 or ORA-07445 on any of these systems.
Re: some doubts with the 64 bits architecture [message #196373 is a reply to message #196291] Thu, 05 October 2006 02:52 Go to previous message
aline
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hello,

About which s/w driver are you speaking? What Linux system are you using?
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