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Re: Oracle 10

From: Mladen Gogala <>
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 17:12:13 -0400
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Notes inline and, as usual, out of line.

On 06/17/2004 04:23:44 PM, Kevin Lange wrote:
> Curious on what the crowd feels about Version 10.

Fairly good version. It is much more stable then the early version 7 database ( 7.0.12, for those of us who have matured long enough to remember it) or version 8. (8.0.3). I haven't had any problems with it, despite the fact that I'm using it for the "proof of concept" database, which means that the new database designs go in version 10.

> We are currently on When we upgrade, should we even worry about
> Version 9 ? Or just skip directly to the latest 10 ? Is it stable ? Any
> major issues that folks are waiting on getting fixed ?

I am not aware of any major company using it in production. As usual, the database without the data and users makes no troubles.

> Thanks for any insight.
> Kevin

Mladen Gogala
Oracle DBA

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