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8 i server and 8.0.5 client at the same machine

From: Aditya Kumar Rath <>
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2000 21:03:10 +0530
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Can i Install Both oracle 8i server and oracle 8.0.5 client in the same machine.This is NT workstation.
How to configure both ?


 From: "Olson, David" <OlsonD_at_PIOS.COM>
 Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2000 11:46:19 -0400
 Subject: RE: Oracle Financials R11

According to Oracle, there are some sizing information in the back of the install manual.

-----Original Message-----
From: Stuart Houlston [] Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2000 11:03 AM
To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L Subject: Oracle Financials R11

All I am trying really hard to find a Financials Release 11 database sizing sheet.

If you have access to one I could really do with a copy.

please email me direct at

Many Thanks

Author: Stuart Houlston

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 From: "Rachel Carmichael" <>
 Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2000 15:49:34 GMT
 Subject: RE: OEM 2.1 vs. BMC Patrol


thanks, I'll checkthem out.. I'm on Unix :)


>From: "Ron Rogers" <>
>To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L <>
>Subject: RE: OEM 2.1 vs. BMC Patrol
>Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2000 06:09:07 -0800
>I had the opportunity to attend a demo of the Precise products a while ago.
>I was impressed with them and the demo presentation. Perhaps you can
>contact them at and see if the are planning anything
>in your area. It is well worth the time. The only drawback to thier product
>is that it only operates on a unix or NT based OS. We use Novell so
>therefore are out of luck. In searching for other monitoring products I
>found Quest software at has a good product line that includes
>a great graphic display of the instance (Instance Monitor) and a good SQL
>tuning package (SQL Expert and SQL Navigator). I have finally convinced the
>management to include $$$ in the budget so I can purchase the products for
>our location.
> Hope this helps,
>Ron ROgers
> >From: "Gait, Christopher" <>
> >Reply
> >>> 06/28/00 06:08AM >>>
>I have an opportunity at the moment to look at many different products and
>bring in what I want... do you have a website for Precise?
> >From: "Gait, Christopher" <>
> >Reply-To:
> >To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L <>
> >Subject: RE: OEM 2.1 vs. BMC Patrol
> >Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2000 19:34:15 -0800
> >
> >Have you looked at Precise software? We're evaluating it right now for
> >performance monitoring and improvement and what I've seen so far
> >me. The real beauty is that Precise works from outside Oracle. It sucks
> >information on the SGA and pool directly out of Unix memory and thus has
> >user login, no querying V$ views, no real impact at all on the instance.
> >The
> >figures I've seen are that it uses less than 5% of one CPU on a server
Received on Wed Jun 28 2000 - 10:33:10 CDT

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