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Re: so when did you switch from NT to unix for oracle

From: Ron Rogers <RROGERS_at_galottery.org>
Date: Thu, 23 May 2002 07:18:38 -0800
Message-ID: <F001.004693EE.20020523071838@fatcity.com>


Joe,
  Please locate the "flack jacket" and wrap it security around your body. You are about to get a barrage of comments ranging from "ASAP, to fix what you have".
  I would suggest that sense you asked the question that there must be something in the wind at your location that would cause you to consider the move. If in your opinion the time is near for the move then that is the answer. If OS problems or support is the problem then I would suggest that you dig deeply into the alternatives and come up with a solution that is acceptable to you and the company. Companies just can' afford to move to a different platform if there are reasonable methods to correct what's wrong.
  Personally, I would start when you have a viable road map laid out and a buy in from the purse strings.

Ron.
ROR mm

>>> JTESTA_at_longaberger.com 05/23/02 09:48AM >>>
A question has been posed to me, when to switch from NT to unix for oracle.

Is it when the NT box starts getting out of memory issues, number of transactions, size of db?

just looking for some ball park answers.

thanks, joe

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