Re: Oracle on windows server 2008
Date: Fri, 13 Nov 2009 16:37:49 +0000
Entirely agreed. There is no point doing any more 32bit windows or Oracle installs (unless you really like being hamstrung by a combination of 32bit addressable memory and the thread based architecture on windows.
On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 3:18 PM, Alex Fatkulin <afatkulin_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Oracle 32bit seems to be certified on Win 64bit (at least according to
> MOS) but I see no reason in going that route, especially "because I
> heard there are some issues". Like what kind of issues?
> Just go 64-bits.
> Note that 10GR2 download for 2008/Vista is separate from the "other"
> windows releases. My guess would be that it should work on 2008 R2 as
> that's just an incremental update to 2008. Note that R2 comes in
> 64-bit flavor only (as 32-bit server hardware has been unavailable for
> quite some time now that's unlikely to impact you).
> Memory limits can be found here:
> Alex Fatkulin,
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