Re: Upgrade 9 to 11 & Big Endian to Little Endian

From: Kevin Lidh <kevin.lidh_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2010 09:03:28 -0600
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It's my understanding that GoldenGate licensing has to follow your database licensing.

On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 6:19 AM, orcl <orcl_at_att.net> wrote:

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> I forgot to mention we looked into golden ate and may use it for the very
> large > 10tb database which needs minimal downtime. Being 15k per license
> and pretty sure itís a per server license. If 15k would do all our
> databases, management may do it - but for the other 50 databases we need to
> do... it may be too much licensing cost.
>
> Off hand would you know if GG license is per server - or enterprise?
>
> Thanks
> Bob
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> NORMANJ8_at_nationwide.com wrote:
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>> You may want to research Oracle Goldengate.
>>
>> John
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>> From: orcl <orcl_at_att.net>
>> To: oracle-l <oracle-l_at_freelists.org>
>> Date: 09/02/2010 05:02 PM
>> Subject: Upgrade 9 to 11 & Big Endian to Little Endian
>> Sent by: oracle-l-bounce_at_freelists.org
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>> All - We have a bunch of databases on Solaris 9.2 (big endian) that need
>> to be upgraded to 11.2 on Linux (little endian).
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>> Since 9i doesnít have an rman convert datafile, what are the options to
>> make the move in one shot?
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>> Im pretty sure imp/exp can do the smaller databases but most of them are
>> large, so that wonít be an option.
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>> I bet another suggestion is to upgrade first to 10... then use rman
>> convert, I donít think management will support a "two hop" upgrade.
>> (double work, double outage, double testing)
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>> Does anyone have firsthand experience of the hard and fast options for
>> this situation?
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>> I did some initial research and its all saying imp/exp or go to 10 first.
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>> Im looking for other options. (if any)
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>> Much Appreciated
>>
>> Bob
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