Re: oracle platform statistics
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 09:25:49 +0530
Yes, I think, if you are going to count the installations for commercial purpose, then you may find solaris installations are more, then may be linux.
for downloads(i.e. to play around, self eudcation etc), windows platform may be preferred, laptops and desktops comes with windows at affordable prices and also the maintenance, trouble shooting, configuration of hi speed broad bands internet may not be a big issue. 5-6 years back, I used to prefer rhel
On 21 February 2012 06:18, <Betty.Huang_at_emc.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Yesterday, I've got a question from someone: what's the percentage of
> different OS platforms Oracle runs on? Like about what percentage Oracle
> runs on Linux, what percentage on HP-UX, etc... he needs a rough statistics.
> I googled and only find this one:
> It says that in IOUG 2006 Oracle survey, Solaris is the most popular one,
> following Windows and Linux, then HP-UX, then AIX. Since this survey is
> quite old, I'd like to ask if anyone happened to have some updated
> information about this?
> Thanks for your time!
> Thanks and Best Regards,
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