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RE: ORA-01552 : ( ===> Now a linux discussion

From: Yexley Robert D SSgt AFIT/SCA <>
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2000 10:06:42 -0400
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I know I'm jumping into this thread kind of late, but I have a quick question, mostly directed at the Eric's original response. I have heard several times people mention running Oracle on Intel Solaris. This sounds great! I'd love to try it out, but my problem is that I have looked into it, and I can't find anything on any of Oracle's web sites referring to a version of Oracle that runs on Intel Solaris. I was looking for it in software downloads at Technet and couldn't find it there, and I can't seem to find it as available in any of the technology tracks that are available for order either. If someone could please point me in the right direction for acquiring software and documentation (or any other kind of information for that matter) for Oracle on Intel Solaris, I would be most appreciative.

Regards, and thanks in advance...

Bob Yexley

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Tyson [] Sent: Friday, August 25, 2000 3:09 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L Subject: RE: ORA-01552 : ( ===> Now a linux discussion


I wouldn't disagree with you on that point, I always find myself getting on my
Sun box to test out anything that has to do with interoperability Oracle and different operating systems. I typically script and code so that I can run my
stuff on Sun Sparc Solaris, Intel Linux, and HP-UX. And so far, I typically I
don't run into too many compatibility problems. As far as OS's go though, no
one will ever truest Linux 100%, and thats a shame.

Tom Tyson
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