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RE: A DBA looks at OAS | IAS vs. Locally-built Apache

From: Hately Mike <>
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 07:38:32 -0800
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Sorry Gene,
the latest version is 9.0.2. was the previous release. Version 9.0.2 is quite different (in respects of install method and hardware requirements at least) so if you're familiar with 9iAS already you might want to evaluate R2 for a while. Or sit tight and let the early adopters flush out the bugs.


PS Scott, I've had a few battles with but I've found the install for 9.0.2 to be a total pain largely due to the installation instructions which seem at best cryptic and at worst unfinished. Still, I've learned more than I would if it had gone smoothly so I suppose I benefit in the long run. =)

-----Original Message-----
Sent: 18 July 2002 15:18
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Now I am confused. Supposedly, I just received the latest 9iAS from Oracle and its version is Is this 9iAS release 2, 9iAS release 1.0.2, etc?


>>> 07/17/02 05:28PM >>>

After having just fought a battle with iAS do yourself a favor and get hold of iAS 9.0.2 (latest release). I'm installing 9.0.2 as I type, and it seems to be a lot smoother, albeit more bloated and slower - at least the install portion.

Scott Shafer
San Antonio, TX

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