RE: RAC and ASM - Standard vs. Enterprise Edition install process ?

From: Crisler, Jon <>
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2009 11:49:01 -0500
Message-ID: <56211FD5795F8346A0719FEBC0DB067503D5F71B_at_mds3aex08.USIEXCHANGE.COM>

The app will run fine on SE- in fact most apps we deal with never know the difference. From what I can tell, the main differences in SE vs EE are-

EE has parallel query, SE does not
EE has table partitioning, SE does not
EE supports more processors, SE is limited (at least for licensing issues)
EE supports Dataguard

So unless I have a routine that tries to partition a table, or a sql with a hint of parallel 8, I don't anticipate any issues.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gints Plivna [] Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 11:26 AM To: Crisler, Jon
Cc: Dan Norris; Subject: Re: RAC and ASM - Standard vs. Enterprise Edition install process ?

2009/2/20 Crisler, Jon <>:
> The reason I am in
> this mess is that we have historically only done installs for
> Edition, but somebody slipped in a install for Standard Edition which
is not
> certified in my company. Nobody caught it, and the install was done
> EE. We now have to go back and redo this install due to licensing
> restrictions and I am trying to figure out the easiest way.

So app actually runs on SE and you never know that? :) A perfect possibility to save some (rather big) $$ for licences in next installs. ;)

Gints Plivna

Received on Fri Feb 20 2009 - 10:49:01 CST

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