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RE: Redo logging with version 8.1.6.x - Cherie?

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Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2001 06:39:03 -0800
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We have been upgrading from 7.3.4 to 8.1.5 (not 8.16) with Sun Solaris 2.6.

To this point we have not upgraded our major application that has a lot of redo activity. I haven't noticed a marked increase on any of the smaller applications
that don't have a lot of activity.

I'll check when we do upgrade our major 7.3.4 app. It has been murder getting the code for this app to run (Pro*C and C). But that's another story.

I realize that this probably wasn't a lot of help but since Lisa inquired - I thought
I'd reply.

Cherie Machler
Gelco Information Network

"Koivu, Lisa" <> on 02/19/2001 10:15:58 AM

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      (E-mail)" <>, Cherie Machler/GELCO_at_GELCO cc:

Oh. We were a much lesser upgrade (8.1.5 -> 8.1.6) on HP/UX 11.x. So I guess my experience does not speak to what you are seeing.

Cherie, do you have any insights to add?

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Monday, February 19, 2001 11:11 AM To:

Sorry for the lack of information.

Solaris 2.6
>From v7.3.4 to v8.1.6


CN=Dan Hubler/OU=DS/> on 02/19/2001 09:37:06 AM

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      "''" <> cc:

Hi Dan,

What os?

  What did you upgrade from?
I didn't see anything significant change with redo when we upgraded...

Lisa Rutland Koivu
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-----Original Message-----
Sent: Monday, February 19, 2001 10:05 AM To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L

Just rolled out version 8.1.6 to our first "serious"  application.

It appears that more redo is being generated with the newer software.

Does that sound accurate?

Or is my application owner not telling me the truth regarding his activities?

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