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RE: Direct SGA Access

From: Jacques Kilchoer <>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2003 16:23:36 -0800
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Well, if you mean that we have an "intimate relationship with Oracle" - meaning that we get advance copies of software and Oracle says "you can do anything you want with the database" - that's not true as far as I know. If you mean that Oracle has mapped out the SGA for Quest, or given us permission to attach to the SGA - I have no idea but I would bet against it.

Keep in mind I am a small fish in the big Quest pond and with what I don't know about Quest's relationship with Oracle you could write two or three steamy romance novels. There are probably people on this list who don't / no longer work for Quest that know more about it than I do.

If I did have some knowledge about how Oracle likes Quest above all other software vendors, I probably wouldn't be allowed to say it on this list anyway.

On the other hand, being from Switzerland, I can answer all your questions about Gruyere cheese, and I am willing to contradict Cary on anything to do with fondue.

-----Original Message-----

Anyone from Quest on the mailing list care to contradict Cary??


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